1. Foltynewicz Looks to Harness Command at Braves Camp

    Mike Foltynewicz has arrived in Braves camp with the realization that he will be given a shot to win a spot in Atlanta's rotation...

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  2. Mike Minor's Early Work Encouraging for Braves

    The second day of workouts for Braves pitchers and catchers brought a most encouraging sight for manager Fredi Gonzalez: Mike Minor throwing off the mound and looking sharp...

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  3. Teheran Likely to Get Opening Day Assignment

    One year after losing two starting pitchers to season-ending injuries less than 24 hours apart, Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez does not want to test the baseball gods by naming his Opening Day starter during the first week of Spring Training...

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  4. Collins: Tejada in Shortstop Competition*

    Sandy Alderson already has made it perfectly clear that Wilmer Flores is the No. 1 shortstop. Still, Terry Collins is determined to at least give the appearance of a competition with Ruben Tejada...

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  5. Harvey: Facing Hitters Coming This Week

    Matt Harvey confirmed that he expects to face batters on Thursday or Friday for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery...

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  6. B.J. Upton Will Now Go by Melvin Upton Jr.

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  7. News and Notes from Saturday's Workout

    VIERA, Fla. — It turned into quite an eventful day here. Much of the news had little to do with the Nationals ' first pitchers and catchers workout of the spring — Matt ...

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  8. Jack Leathersich Reminds Viola of El Sid

    Triple-A pitching coach Frank Viola offered a 1980s-era Met as a comparison when discussing 24-year-old lefty reliever Jack Leathersich...

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  9. Phillies Cautious with Cliff Lee Early in Camp

    Cliff Lee threw his first bullpen session of the spring on Thursday. His group was back on the mound again Saturday...

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  10. Trade Talks Put Hamels in Difficult Position with Phillies

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  11. Busy Spring Begins for Braves Bethancourt

    Christian Bethancourt was 19 when he first walked through the clubhouse door here at Mickey's Wide World of Batting Practice and took a hard left into that area that serves as the room of the unknown Braves ...

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  12. Terry Collins: Mets Playoff-Worthy in 2015

    Four days after the death of his father Bud at age 95, Terry Collins returned to Mets camp for Saturday's first official workout and expressed gratitude for the many well-wishes...

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  13. Hamels Preps for Season

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  14. TC Confirms Gee to Pen If No Injury, Deal

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Terry Collins confirmed Saturday what had been pretty straightforward anyway: Dillon Gee would be the odd-man out and head to the bullpen if the Mets get through spring training healthy in the rotation...

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  15. Jordan Zimmermann on contract talks, walk year and Max Scherzer

    Jordan Zimmermann tries his best to do the same thing every offseason: go home to Wisconsin, relax with his family, watch his beloved Packers, take a month from baseball and then start working out again...

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  16. Mets Won't Put Strict Innings Limit on Matt Harvey

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla.—When Sandy Alderson agreed to take over as the Mets ' general manager before the 2011 season, he also agreed to take on a huge construction project...

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  17. Nats Pick Up Williams' Contract Option For2016

    VIERA, Fla. — On the morning of the first pitchers and catchers workout of the spring, the Nationals ensured the reigning NL Manager of the Year wouldn't go into the season as a lame duck...

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  18. Nats Exercise Williams' 2016 Option

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  19. Major League Baseball Announces New Pace of Play Rules

    Following an offseason in which concerns about ever-growing game times emerged as hot-button issues, Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association announced ...

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  20. Braves Center Fielder Is Now 'Upton Jr.'

    When B.J. Upton reports to spring training, the Braves center fielder he will wear a uniform with a bit of a different look...

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  21. Papelbon Believes Phillies Can Still Compete

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  22. Dan Haren Happy with Marlins, Sets Aside Retirement Plans

    The Dodgers traded Haren to the Marlins in December, and Haren was unhappy with the deal. The 34-year-old starting pitcher threatened to retire instead of reporting to the Marlins...

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  23. Nationals OF Jayson Werth on jail time: 'I've learned my lesson'

    Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth told the Washington Post that he's "learned my lesson" for the five days in jail he served for a reckless driving charge...

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  24. Travis D'Arnaud Can Be the Man This Season

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  25. Lee's Absurd Gesture Just a Sign of the Absurd Situation

    CLEARWATER, Fla. - It's easy to understand why athletes get frustrated with us. You felt it in Cliff Lee's voice yesterday, saw it in his facial expressions, heard it in his readings from the Magic 8 Balls...

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