1. Assessing Braves' Options in CF with Upton out

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – Braves center fielder Melvin Upton Jr. missed Friday morning's spring-training workout with a foot injury and was to have X-rays later at an Orlando hospital...

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  2. Matt Harvey: 'I couldn't feel better'

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- At 6-foot-6, top prospect Noah Syndergaard is not often the undercard. Yet that's exactly what Syndergaard found himself on a gray Friday morning at Mets camp...

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  3. Juan Pierre (2,217 Career Hits) Officially Retires

    The speedy Pierre racked up 614 stolen bases in parts of 14 seasons in the Majors and rarely struck out, finding ways to annoy opposing pitchers despite his lack of home-run power...

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  4. Sources: Colon May Get Opening Day Nod

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Nothing is set in stone, but the Mets are strongly considering Bartolo Colon for the Opening Day start against the Washington Nationals in D.C., multiple sources told ESPNNewYork...

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  5. Even on Shelf, Jayson Werth Takes Part in First Full-Squad Workout

    VIERA, Fla. - Jayson Werth was on the field this morning as the Nationals began their first official full-squad workouts in preparation for the 2015 season...

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  6. Gio Gonzalez: We Don't Want to Hear 'World Series or Bust'

    WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — “This is it for me, boys. It's World Series or bust,” former Nationals manager Davey Johnson proudly, and famously, declared months ahead of Washington's 2013 season...

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  7. Throwback Thursday: A standoff for the ages

    After the national anthem in sunny Colorado , Aaron Barrett and Brandon Barnes remained standing with their caps on their chests. They were locked in an epic standoff.....

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  8. A year older, Rendon ready for the long grind

    VIERA, Fla. — So many things come so easy to Anthony Rendon on a baseball field, it's easy to forget just how little inexperience he has.....

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  9. Wright Feels Good Coming into 2015 Season

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  10. WATCH: Mets' Michael Cuddyer Blows Away Juan Lagares with a Magic Trick

    New Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer is also well-known for being an amateur magician (or one who practices black magic, if you ask Luis Castillo). So, of course, he's already showing off his illusions to his new teammates...

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  11. The Phillies Slowly Enter the Era of Analytics

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  12. On Pat Burrell, the Phillies Wall of Fame, and Philadelphia Love

    Some guys made a big impact in a short amount on the Philadelphia sporting scene. Guys like Cliff Lee, Terrell Owens or Lenny Dykstra weren't here all that long but it feels like they spent an entire career in the city...

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  13. Ben Revere Wants More Than 50 Steals in 2015

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  14. Schmidt Takes Domonic Brown Under His Wing

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  15. Duda Will Be Held out of Swing for Week

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  16. Braves' Simmons Hampered by Oblique Discomfort

    Andrelton Simmons will be a limited participant Thursday when the Atlanta Braves hold their first official full-squad workout in Orlando...

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  17. A's Davis Still Mad at Mets for Saying He Partied Too Much

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The phenom part is easy. You're born talented, become a first-round pick, and ascend to the big leagues, all without having to think much...

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  18. Simmons (Oblique) to Ease into Camp

    #Braves A. Simmons has strained oblique, taking it easy in first days of camp and won't throw as precautionary measure...

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  19. Scherzer: Wait Till You See My New Cutter

    On his way to the airport last month, after a news conference in Washington announcing the richest free-agent pitching contract in major league history, Max Scherzer had parting words for his agent, Scott Boras...

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  20. Harper's Not Lacking Confidence

    VIERA, Fla. - If Bryce Harper can back up the words he spoke this afternoon, then notify the park police: There's going to be a parade with red and white floats coming down Constitution Avenue in early November...

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  21. Check out Stanton's Strange New Helmet | Fish Bytes

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  22. Mets' Murphy Open to in-Season Extension Talks

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Second baseman Daniel Murphy, the lone All-Star for the New York Mets in 2014, likely is headed for free agency next offseason...

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  23. Report: Mets Eye March 6 for Harvey Day

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  24. New York Mets: Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

    There’s plenty for the New York Mets to look forward to in 2015. It feels weird to write that with genuine confidence...

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  25. Carp Hoping to Bring Pop to Nationals' Bench

    The Nationals are looking to have a productive bench this year. In 2014, Nationals pinch-hitters had a .144 batting average. That could improve if first baseman/outfielder Mike Carp makes the team...

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