1. Watch: Wright Hits 1st HR in Game Since July

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  2. Vic Black 'Relieved' by MRI Results

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Vic Black described himself as "relieved" and "very happy" by results of an MRI performed in Florida on Friday that revealed weakness in his throwing shoulder but no structural damage, according to the team...

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  3. Wheeler Satisfied Elbow Injury Is Not Serious

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Rather than prepare for his originally scheduled Grapefruit League start against the Nationals , Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler spent his Saturday morning downplaying the elbow injury and blister that forced him to the sideline...

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  4. Elbow, Nail Force Mets to Skip Wheeler

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Zack Wheeler has been scratched from Saturday's Grapefruit League start against the Washington Nationals because of elbow tenderness and a blister underneath his right index fingernail...

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  5. Howard Cranks 1st Spring HR vs. Rays

    CLEARWATER, Fla. -- The Phillies know they are not going to hit for much power this season, so they need everything they can get from Ryan Howard...

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  6. Utley Singles in Spring Debut

    CLEARWATER, Fla. -- The Phillies hope Friday represented just another step in Chase Utley's chances to be in the Opening Day lineup...

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  7. Just How Bad Will Atlanta Braves' Punchless Offense Be in 2015?

    The Atlanta Braves weren't very good at scoring runs in 2014. They averaged only 3.54 runs per game, which was the second-fewest in MLB and the organization's worst offensive showing since 1988...

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  8. Storen Has Left Hand Surgery, Sidelined 2-3 Days

    Drew Storen became the latest prominent Nationals player to suffer a spring training injury, requiring minor surgery Friday to remove the broken hook of the hamate bone in his left hand...

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  9. Mets Settle Civil Lawsuit with Fired Female VP

    The New York Mets have settled a lawsuit filed by a senior vice president who was fired by the team during last season...

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  10. Alderson Downplays Mets Financial Issues

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  11. Edgin Seeks Second Opinion from Andrews

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  12. DePodesta on the Mets' Minor League System

    DePodesta is excited about what the Mets have produced internally already and what's on the way in the future...

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  13. History Shows Phillies Shouldn't Rush to Deal Hamels

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  14. Amaro Refutes Biddle's Concussion Diagnosis Again and Again

    When a CSNPhilly piece by Jim Salisbury featured quotes from Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. discrediting prospect Jesse Biddle's assertion of suffering from a concussion ...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 14 days ago 2 reads 0 comments

  15. Errol Morris Week

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  16. Chase Utley Makes Spring Debut vs. Rays

    Chase Utley will make his spring debut on Friday, batting third as the designated hitter against the Tampa Bay Rays at Bright House Field...

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  17. Nationals' Rendon Dealing with Mild Left Knee Sprain

    The Washington Nationals will be without third baseman Anthony Rendon for the next few days as he continues to deal with what the team calls a mild left knee sprain...

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  18. Report: Utley to Make Spring Debut Today

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  19. Mets Morning News: Josh Edgin is hurt. What do the Mets do now?

    The Mets defeated Washington 11-9 in a Grapefruit League slugfest. Jacob deGrom got things started by striking out five batters in three innings, while Curtis Granderson and Michael Cuddyer added their first homers of spring training...

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  20. Braves' Simmons successful in spring debut

    Braves shortstop Andrelton Simmons made his spring debut on Thursday night against the New York Yankees after sitting out with a strained oblique.....

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  21. It's Just Spring Training, but Braves Striking out Less,...

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Players and managers agree that spring-training stats should be taken with a grain – or a barrel – of salt, but the Braves nonetheless produced ...

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  22. What2Watch4 in 2015: Jacob DeGrom

    We'll run through most of the Mets ' roster for 2015 with a look at the key stats to know heading into this season...

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  23. Watch: Even the Phillie Phanatic Is Breaking Down This Spring

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  24. Don't Overlook Phillies' De Fratus

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  25. Atlanta Braves: 5 Players Turning Heads Early at Spring Training

    The early parts of spring training have given us a glimpse as to what the roster may look like come Opening Day. It's an important spring for a number of guys, given the large amount of turnover the Atlanta Braves had this offseason...

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