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Spring Training: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Minnesota Twins
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Brewers reenact classic 'The Sandlot' scene
You're killing me, Smalls!
Bumgarner blasts 445-foot HR in spring game
Giants ace Madison Bumgarner impressed everyone but himself after his stellar outing and seventh-inning homer.
Girsch recalls winding path to Cardinals GM job
On this week's episode of the Executive Access podcast, Cardinals GM Michael Girsch looks back at the decision to leave his business career to pursue his dream of working in Major League Baseball. Girsch, who was named as St. Louis' GM last summer, discusses his ascent through the organization, why fans think they can run Major League teams better than those who actually do and why the Albert Pujols free agent negotiations literally made him sick to his stomach.
Yelich sparks rally with first Brewers HR
Christian Yelich connected for his first Brewers home run against the Dodgers on Sunday, sparking a two-run rally.
Top prospects: Who's still up? Who got cut?
With Opening Day nearing, some of baseball's top prospects are still in big league camp fighting for roster spots, while others have been reassigned to Minor League camp. Here's a complete breakdown of MLB's Top 100 prospects.
Ohtani still confident despite struggles at plate
Shohei Ohtani is just a millisecond off in a new league where timing is everything.
This will be Bryce Harper's career season
This is the season. Yes, maybe we have said that before. Maybe we thought it would be last season, or two seasons ago. But that's OK. This is the season.
Injury updates: Greinke, Davis, Vargas
Here's a roundup of the latest injury news around the Cactus and Grapefruit Leagues.
Kopech working on changeup, composure
White Sox top pitching prospect Michael Kopech struggled in his outing against the A's on Sunday, allowing seven runs (four earned) in just one-third of an inning pitched.
Roberts confirms Dodgers' rotation plans
Manager Dave Roberts confirmed on Sunday that Alex Wood, Kenta Maeda, Rich Hill and Hyun-Jin Ryu will follow Opening Day starter Clayton Kershaw in the Dodgers' starting rotation during the first week of the season.
Bucs top prospect Keller showcases elite stuff
Each of the last two years, Mitch Keller has pitched in Minor League championship series. Last October and November, he dominated Arizona Fall League lineups loaded with top prospects. But on Sunday afternoon, in a game with relatively low stakes, Keller was nervous.
Cards confident in postseason return in '18
At no point since the turn of the century have three straight postseasons been played without trips to St. Louis. The Cardinals have sat out the past two, after last year's playoff hopes were dashed -- by the rival Cubs -- with three games to go in the 2017 season.
10 days to Opening Day, 10 burning questions
Opening Day is closing in. There's a different feel to things now. Veterans are getting restless, ready for the regular season to begin. Many players -- kids, veterans, long shots -- are nervous about the final roster cuts.
Kershaw, Bumgarner show off offensive skills
They can pitch AND hit.
Prospects Kelly, Flaherty optioned amid moves
Cardinals officials still envision a day when Jack Flaherty and Carson Kelly comprise a high-ceiling battery in St. Louis. But the realities of their current roster still keep that day earmarked for sometime in the future.
Tito appreciative of Napoli's professionalism
After Mike Napoli's vintage homer on Saturday, it was easy to forget about the offensive struggles that Napoli endured last season and the fact that he is hoping scouts in attendance this spring will send reports that potentially net a Major League job. Cleveland does not have a spot to offer on the big league roster, so the clock is ticking in terms of a decision about Napoli's immediate future.
Archer's sights set on 100-pitch mark
Chris Archer made pitching look easy during a 5 1/3-inning stint in a 10-5 Rays win over the Tigers on Sunday afternoon at Charlotte Sports Park.
Lefty Vargas has fracture in glove hand
Mets left-hander Jason Vargas has sustained a non-displaced fracture of his right (glove) hand, placing the start of his season in doubt.
Kimbrel ready to return to Red Sox camp
Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel headed back to Spring Training on Sunday, and this was an emotional and exciting development for manager Alex Cora.
Profar hopes to improve hitting vs. southpaws
Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar had three hits, including a double, in his first eight at-bats against left-handed pitching this spring.
Mattingly: Stanton 'in a good spot' with Yankees
About two hours prior to Giancarlo Stanton's first game against the Marlins, the slugger descended the three steps of the visiting dugout at George M. Steinbrenner Field, warmly embracing his former manager while creating a jarring visual.
Thor says he's ready for Opening Day after gem
Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard has pronounced himself ready for Opening Day. He was overpowering, efficient and crafty -- all of that and more -- in Sunday's 5-4 win against the Orioles at Ed Smith Stadium.
Yankees send down prospects Andujar, Florial
Miguel Andujar and Estevan Florial were two of the Yankees' most exciting prospects this spring, and despite high hopes for their respective futures, the touted duo departed big league camp prior to Sunday's game against the Marlins at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
Greinke feels healthy in 1st session since injury
Zack Greinke was all smiles and laughter as he walked off the bullpen mound and into the clubhouse with catcher Alix Avila after a 40-pitch bullpen session that put him back on track to start the season in the D-backs' rotation.
Polanco suspended 80 games for PEDs
Twins shortstop Jorge Polanco received an 80-game suspension from Major League Baseball on Sunday for a performance-enhancing substance.
Projected 2018 lineups, rotations for every team
Spring Training is underway and the 2018 regular season is just around the corner. Here's our best guess at how all 30 lineups, rotations and closer spots will shake out. A lot can change between now and Opening Day, so these predictions are fluid. We'll update them as Spring Training progresses.
Davis rips RBI single in return to Orioles' lineup
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis returned to the lineup for the first time in two weeks, batting leadoff on Sunday against the Mets as he works his way back from a right forearm injury. The plan is for Davis to go get some at-bats in a Minor League game on Monday as the O's try to make sure the slugger finds his swing.
Relief prospect Warren among 5 roster cuts
With Opening Day now just 11 days away, the Mariners trimmed their Major League camp to 40 players on Sunday, sending four players to the Minor League side, including promising relief prospect Art Warren.
Hinch sets Astros' starting rotation
Astros manager A.J. Hinch lined up his starting rotation prior to Sunday's game with the Braves. He said that the rotation is essentially set for the beginning of the 2018 regular season.
Stassi goes full extension to catch popup bunt
We can't stop watching this.
Puk among A's Sunday cuts
A's top pitching prospect A.J. Puk was among Sunday's roster cuts, putting to rest any conjecture about his chances of landing in the Opening Day rotation.
Taylor, Eaton on track after returning to action
Neither Michael A. Taylor nor Adam Eaton reported any setbacks following Saturday's Grapefruit League action, Washington manager Dave Martinez said.
Youthful lineup looking to reach new heights
Last season, the Cubs set a franchise record with six players with at least 20 homers. All six are back this year. How good can the Cubs' offense be?
Royals sign Grimm; option 4 to Triple-A Omaha
In addition to optioning four players to Triple-A Omaha and designating Sam Gaviglio for assignment on Sunday morning, the Royals also announced they have signed reliever Justin Grimm, who was released by the Cubs just three days earlier, to a one-year Major League contract worth $1.25 million, with $300,000 in performance-based incentives, according to a source.
These are best 1-2 rotation punches
Having a strong one-two punch in a starting rotation can be a formidable weapon for any club, but which 1-2 combinations are the best in baseball? We ranked each team's best two starters based on where they ranked in Steamer-projected wins above replacement for the 2018 season.
Smith 'cutting it close' for Opening Day roster
Roster decisions are looming, and the Rays are potentially facing a difficult decision regarding Mallex Smith, who is trying to return from a right hamstring problem.
Tucker, 4 others sent to Astros' Minors camp
The Astros trimmed their Spring Training roster to 33 players on Sunday. Five players were sent to Minor League camp.
Lefty prospect Ragans to undergo Tommy John
Left-handed pitcher Cole Ragans, who was the Rangers' No. 1 pick in the 2016 MLB Draft, has a torn ligament in his elbow and will undergo Tommy John surgery.
Kirby takes step forward with no pain in arm
At 24 years old and coming off a second straight lost season, Nathan Kirby took the mound for an important outing on Saturday.
Adam Jones' WBC catch, one year later
The home run robbery by Team USA's Adam Jones against the Dominican Republic's Manny Machado in the 2017 World Baseball Classic was a great moment in U.S. patriotism. A year later, here's the story of Jones' instant Classic catch, as told by those who lived it.
Bryant reflects on hometown in Vegas return
Kris Bryant returned home to Las Vegas on Saturday for the Cubs' weekend split-squad games, and a chance to play in front of family.
Request for Brewers triple play granted
It was the fielders' version of a hitter calling his shot.
How to ground out on a pitch behind your head
Looking back at baseball's biggest upsets
Every hardcore fan surely has their favorite, but below are some candidates (from earliest to most recent) for baseball's "biggest" upsets.
A's, Cahill agree to one-year contract
The A's have an agreement in place on a one-year contract with free-agent right-hander Trevor Cahill, a source told on Saturday.
Brotherly glove: Rangers field 2 Rougned Odors
The Rangers had two Odors playing together for two innings on Saturday. Both were named Rougned Odor.
Halladay honors dad while facing Blue Jays
Braden Halladay decided to suit up for the Canadian Junior National Team during their annual trip to Spring Training. When talking to Braden, it becomes clear early on this is not some kind of gimmick or ploy. Braden legitimately feels close to the country where his father, Roy Halladay, spent 12 years playing in a star role for the Blue Jays.
Tough outing leaves Colon's role uncertain
A rough outing against the Royals on a windy Saturday afternoon has not rattled Bartolo Colon's confidence. Twenty-year veterans do not get rattled by one bad game.
Braves phenom Acuna homers again
Braves top prospect Ronald Acuna Jr. continued his torrid pace by blasting a two-run homer -- which caromed off the back wall of the left-field bullpen -- in the first inning of Saturday's game against the Phillies at Spectrum Field in Clearwater, Fla.
Eaton homers in 2018 debut: 'It's a big step'
After Nationals manager Dave Martinez wrote Adam Eaton's name in the lineup for the first time this spring, Martinez gave Eaton a hug. "Welcome back," Martinez told Eaton ahead of what would be his first big league game in about 11 months.
Miggy takes Tanaka deep for 1st spring homer
The only ball Miguel Cabrera didn't hit very hard in Saturday's 9-3 win over the Yankees went for an opposite-field home run.
Arrieta breaks in, breaks bats in sim game
The action was simulated, but the importance for Jake Arrieta to do well on Saturday was real. Wearing his new, bright red Phillies uniform, Arrieta threw two innings and approximately 30 pitches in a simulated game as he prepares for the regular season. The right-hander signed a three-year, $75 million deal on Monday.
Blue Jays showcase star-studded family ties
The Blue Jays rolled out a star-studded infield on Saturday afternoon that featured some of the biggest names in the game: Guerrero, Clemens, Biggio and Bichette. No, the men who made those names famous throughout the 1980s and '90s did not make an improbable comeback. Instead, it was their sons -- the next generation of ballplayers, the ones who hope to keep their family names in the spotlight -- who were on the field for Toronto.
Wade 'a different player' after Pujols offers tips
Tyler Wade said that he feels "like a different player" than the reserve who spent most of his big league time anchored to the bench last season, while manager Aaron Boone raves that he has proven to be "a better player than I thought" over the course of camp.
Yankees tab Severino to start Opening Day
One year after joining elite company in the American League Cy Young Award race, Luis Severino has been tabbed to start the Yankees' season opener on March 29 against the Blue Jays, manager Aaron Boone announced on Saturday.
Kids run the show at Play Ball event with Bucs
For the second straight year, Major League Baseball held a special "Play Ball" event in Florida during Spring Training. The Pirates played host on Saturday morning, opening up a field at their training complex so local youth could participate in the free event designed to promote the fun side of baseball and softball.
Kids get to Play Ball on Spring Training fields
In the nearly three years since Commissioner Rob Manfred introduced the Play Ball initiative, designed to attract kids to the game of baseball, nearly every major city in the United States has been touched by the program.
Beltre rocks special suspenders for St. Pat's Day
He looks good, too.
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