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Date/Time Event
Jan 22, 2019
Tue 7:30PM
Pilobolus' Shadowland
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Jan 23, 2019
Wed 8:00PM
Howie Mandel
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Jan 25, 2019
Fri 8:00PM
The Midtown Men
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Jan 26, 2019
Sat 8:00PM
Gladys Knight
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Jan 27, 2019
Sun 7:00PM
Jerry Lee Lewis
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Jan 28, 2019
Mon 8:00PM
Tony Orlando
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Jan 30, 2019
Wed 2:00PM
Neil Berg's 100 Years of Broadway
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Jan 30, 2019
Wed 7:30PM
Neil Berg's 100 Years of Broadway
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 5, 2019
Tue 8:00PM
Travis Tritt
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 7, 2019
Thu 8:00PM
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 8, 2019
Fri 8:00PM
Patti LaBelle
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 12, 2019
Tue 8:00PM
Boston Pops
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 13, 2019
Wed 8:00PM
Michael Bolton
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 14, 2019
Thu 7:30PM
Carol Burnett
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 15, 2019
Fri 8:00PM
Dancing With The Stars
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 16, 2019
Sat 8:30PM
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 17, 2019
Sun 3:00PM
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 17, 2019
Sun 7:00PM
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 19, 2019
Tue 7:30PM
Finding Neverland
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 20, 2019
Wed 7:30PM
Finding Neverland
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 22, 2019
Fri 8:00PM
Bernadette Peters
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 23, 2019
Sat 1:05PM
Spring Training: Baltimore Orioles vs. Minnesota Twins (SS)
Ed Smith Stadium
Sarasota, FL
Feb 24, 2019
Sun 1:05PM
Spring Training: Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays
Ed Smith Stadium
Sarasota, FL
Feb 25, 2019
Mon 7:30PM
The Beach Boys
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
Feb 26, 2019
Tue 1:05PM
Spring Training: Baltimore Orioles vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Ed Smith Stadium
Sarasota, FL
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Vizquel trending in right direction for HOF
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Mo (unanimous), Edgar, Doc, Moose elected to HOF
Mariano Rivera stands alone in National Baseball Hall of Fame history as the only player ever voted in unanimously by the Baseball Writers' Association of America. But he'll be far from alone on the induction day dais, as the BBWAA has selected four players for entry into the hallowed Hall. Rivera, Roy Halladay, Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina were revealed Tuesday night as the third four-man BBWAA-voted Hall of Fame class in the past five years but only the sixth in history.
Each team's rotation if season started today
We're less than a month away from Spring Training, so it's a good time to project what each club's Opening Day rotation will look like, or at least what it would look like if the season started today. With the help of all 30 beat writers, here's a roundup of how they might shake out.
Mariano unanimously selected to Hall of Fame
Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, MLB's all-time saves leader, on Tuesday became the first player to be unanimously selected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
From birth to the Hall of Fame: Edgar's timeline
Timeline of Hall of Famer Edgar Martinez's career, beginning with his birth and ending with his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
A's claim RHP Bridwell off waivers from Angels
The A's on Tuesday found a starter through the waiver wire, claiming right-hander Parker Bridwell from the Angels.
Edgar Martinez absolutely dominated the pitchers in his Hall of Fame class
Legendary numbers
Walker, Rolen see HOF voting support grow
While former closer Lee Smith will be the only Cardinal represented in the 2019 National Baseball Hall of Fame class, a pair of players with connections to the club did receive increased support on ballots cast by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America this year.
Metallica congratulated Mariano Rivera on his Hall of Fame election
It's Mo-Tallica.
Reid Ryan announces plans for Astros HOF
The greatest players in Astros history will be immortalized at Minute Maid Park beginning later this year when the club opens a Hall of Fame with the goal to honor, preserve, communicate and educate fans about the rich history of the state's oldest baseball franchise.
Edgar elected into HOF in final year of eligibility
For Edgar Martinez, patience once again has paid off. And this time, the reward is a plaque in Cooperstown.
Schilling falls short in latest Hall of Fame bid
Former D-backs right-hander Curt Schilling came up short once again in his bid for enshrinement in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, finishing with 60.9 percent of the vote in results announced Tuesday evening.
Braves re-sign Nick Markakis to 1-year deal
The Braves have re-signed outfielder Nick Markakis to a one-year deal.
Complete 2019 Hall of Fame election results
Below are the results of the Baseball Writers' Association of America vote to elect the Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2019, with vote totals and percentages. A total of 425 ballots were cast, with 319 required for election.
Cuban SS Sanchez cleared to sign in MLB
A new Cuban prospect is officially on the market, and the potential landing spots are already starting to take shape. Shortstop Yolbert Sanchez, who will be 22 in March, was cleared by Major League Baseball on Tuesday and will be eligible to sign starting Feb. 5.
Athletic Gallo likely to play left field in 2019
Joey Gallo still does not have a set position, but at least the Rangers are narrowing down the possibilities. The Rangers are planning to use Gallo exclusively in the outfield this season after bouncing him between there, third and first base over the past four years. The Rangers haven't identified which outfield position, but manager Chris Woodward said it will most likely be left field, with Nomar Mazara in right.
Mike Mussina telling manager Joe Torre 'No, stay there!' from the mound was a sign he'd go to the Hall of Fame
He exuded confidence, and it led him to Cooperstown.
Halladay voted into Hall in first year on ballot
Roy Halladay's death still has an unreal quality to it, even now, almost 15 months later. The former Blue Jays and Phillies ace will be remembered fondly this summer when he is inducted into the Hall of Fame after he was received baseball's highest honor Tuesday in his first year of eligibility.
Hall of Famer Edgar Martinez is probably the best DH in history, and definitely the best commercial actor
He may have been one-dimensional on the field, but he was multi-dimensional in front of the camera.
Edgar's top 11 Mariners moments
As Edgar Martinez is finally headed to Cooperstown, here are 11 favorite moments from No. 11's career with the Mariners.
Mussina elected to HOF in sixth year on ballot
One of the most consistently excellent pitchers of his era, Mike Mussina completed his methodical march toward immortality Tuesday. The Baseball Writers' Association of America voted Mussina into the Hall of Fame, where he will be inducted as part of a six-man class this July.
Source: Rangers add Asdrubal Cabrera
The Rangers have reached an agreement with veteran infielder Asdrubal Cabrera on a one-year contract, according to Major League sources, making him the leading candidate to be their third baseman. The deal is worth $3.5 million.
Jackie Robinson's first Major League contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers is up for auction
Bidding starts at a healthy $5 million.
Top prospect Mize among Tigers' NRIs
Tigers pitchers report to Spring Training in three weeks. Top prospect Casey Mize will be among them. As expected, the Tigers have invited their promising young right-hander to Major League camp, a source confirmed to
Team-by-team transactions this offseason
With just weeks until camp opens for Spring Training, the Hot Stove continues to cook. A throng of players have meandered their way into the New Year preparing to suit up for a new team.
2018-19 free agents, position by position
Keep track of the 2018-19 free agent class, which includes Bryce Harper and Manny Machado.
Astros invite prospect Whitley, 21 others to camp
The Astros and president of baseball operations and general manager Jeff Luhnow.announced their 2019 non-roster invites to Major League Spring Training on Tuesday, which includes 11 pitchers, three catchers, six infielders and two outfielders for a total of 22 players.
Key 2018-19 free agents for all 30 MLB teams
An impressive collection of talent has hit the open market, and players are now eligible to sign with any team. Here is a division-by-division breakdown of the key free agents for all 30 Major League clubs.
Rumors: Machado, Marlins, Pollock, Moose
It's Hot Stove season, and is keeping track of all the latest free agent and trade rumors right here.
Sources: Dodgers still in running for Realmuto
The Marlins remain in trade talks with the Dodgers regarding J.T. Realmuto, and per multiple sources, one of the names being discussed in return is top catching prospect Keibert Ruiz.
Gray: Joining Reds 'just felt right the whole time'
It was no secret all offseason that the Yankees were trying to move starting pitcher Sonny Gray, and the Reds were long part of the rumors. Gray didn't have the leverage to turn down Monday's trade between the two clubs. However, Gray's decision to sign a three-year, $30.5 million contract extension with Cincinnati as part of the deal was entirely his.
The latest on the Machado mystery teams
Manny Machado has been one of the game's best players since debuting in 2012, and he is set to cash in as a first-time free agent this offseason. Here, you will find a list of the latest news and rumors surrounding the infielder.
Vlad Jr. again leads list of Top 10 3B prospects
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Now together in Cincinnati, Sonny Gray and Yasiel Puig can reminisce about Gray's first (and only) base hit
He'll have plenty of chances to get more hits now ...
Sano prepping for season in Dominican playoffs
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Myers front-runner for Padres' LF spot
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Nola has 'no hard feelings' over arb hearing
Aaron Nola still seemed bothered that referees cost his New Orleans Saints a trip to the Super Bowl on Sunday. The Louisiana native seemed less perturbed Monday night about heading to a salary arbitration hearing with the Phillies on Feb. 14.
Yadi says beef with Bryant will carry into season
The social media chatter has died down, but Yadier Molina assured that Kris Bryant's characterization of St. Louis as "boring" won't soon be forgotten.
Source: Yanks sign Farquhar to Minors deal
Danny Farquhar's inspirational recovery from a brain hemorrhage is complete, and the right-hander will have the opportunity to return to the mound this coming season as he agreed to a Minor League contract with the Yankees on Monday.
Flores, D-backs agree to 1-yr. deal with option
With a little more than three weeks before pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training, it appears the D-backs are done constructing the position-player portion of their 2019 roster after officially announcing the signing of free-agent infielder Wilmer Flores to a one-year contract with a club option for 2020.
Zobrist, Cubs teammates put trust in front office
The message continually preached by the Cubs' decision-makers throughout this winter has been that the team plans on harnessing a heightened sense of urgency from the first pitch of the season on. And it will be incumbent on the players already in the fold to right the wrongs of last fall's collapse.
Albies aims to turn patience into production
Having had a few months to dwell on what was his first full Major League season, Braves second baseman Ozzie Albies acknowledges he'll need to harness his aggression in order to repeat the All-Star experience he enjoyed last year.
Yadi open to playing beyond end of contract
Though recovery from an offseason knee procedure will limit Yadier Molina's time on the field this spring, the veteran catcher has opened his mind to potentially playing beyond the end of his contract, which covers the next two seasons.
Yanks deal Gray to Reds, land OF from Mariners
The Reds and Yankees completed a deal on Monday that sends Sonny Gray to Cincinnati and includes an extension through 2022 for the veteran righty. In a separate trade, the Mariners and Yankees exchanged prospects.
Fulmer, Tigers on path to arbitration hearing
Unless the Tigers and Michael Fulmer reverse course and negotiate a mutually acceptable one-year contract, he will be a part of franchise history besides his 2016 AL Rookie of the Year Award. He's on track to become the first Tiger to go to salary arbitration since Chris Holt in 2001.
Springer honored to rep Astros on MLK Day
The father of Astros outfielder George Springer grew up hearing firsthand accounts from his own dad about the impact of John Lewis in the civil rights movement, giving him a greater understanding of Lewis' legacy than many of his young peers.
Cardinals intend to pitch extension to Goldy
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Williams working hard, not focused on Harper
Nick Williams, who worked Monday afternoon with kids from the Phillies' MLB Urban Youth Academy at the Ryan Howard Training Center, said unlike teammate Rhys Hoskins, he has not talked to Bryce Harper. The Phillies are pursuing both Harper and Manny Machado in a potentially record-breaking free-agent sweepstakes. Williams could be most impacted if the Phillies sign Harper.
Dream Series inspirational for young players
The third annual Dream Series, an initiative from MLB and USA Baseball that features a diverse group of some of the nation's top high-school pitching and catching prospects, concluded Monday with batting practice, bullpen sessions and defensive drills at the Spring Training home of the Angels.
Fulmer driven to prove potential for White Sox
He may be down through the first three seasons of his Major League career, but White Sox right-hander Carson Fulmer doesn't feel close to being out.
Gleyber narrowly escapes giraffe encounter
Wait, what?
Diaz a lockdown anchor for Mets' bullpen
With pitchers and catchers scheduled to report to Port St. Lucie, Fla. in four weeks, it's time to continue our position-by-position look at the 2019 Mets. Next up: bullpen.
Angels complete deal for closer Allen
The Angels have found their closer for the 2019 season, as they signed right-hander Cody Allen to a one year contract on Sunday.
Jack Flaherty gets pitching advice from a legend
An upgrade indeed.
Brady wasn't clutch (?!) in HS baseball title game
Figure it out, Tom.
Yankees' improved bullpen sure to be electric
With the start of Spring Training approaching, anticipation is building for the 2019 season. is going around the horn to break down each area of the Yankees' roster, continuing this week with the bullpen.
Moustakas' market includes Phils, Crew, Padres
Mike Moustakas has crushed 66 homers the past two seasons -- only Nolan Arenado, Manny Machado and Jose Ramirez have more among players with at least 50 percent of games at third base in that span. That power makes the 30-year-old, who is in his second straight offseason as a free agent, a solid alternative to Machado.
Around the Horn: Rays confident in Zunino
With Spring Training approaching, is taking an in-depth look at the 2019 Rays, breaking the team down position-by-position. Next up: catchers.
Here's why Pollock, Dodgers should match up
The Dodgers are reportedly interested in free-agent outfielder A.J. Pollock. breaks down why Pollock would be a great fit in Los Angeles.
10 players who made the most of low averages

For the first time in 50 years, the Super Bowl and World Series will feature the same two 'cities'
It hasn't happened since 1969.
Hiura leads list of Top 10 2B prospects
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Why latest Cubs-Cardinals feud is a good thing
It's still January. This is great.
First Spring Training workout dates for all clubs
Major League Baseball has revealed the first Spring Training workout dates for pitchers and catchers and those for the full squads for all 30 clubs. MLB also announced game times for all Cactus and Grapefruit League action in February and March.
Eric Thames starred on Korea's 'Masked Singer'
He played the hits!
Kimbrel's swing-and-miss stuff best for these clubs
Craig Kimbrel has compiled an impressive resume during his nine seasons in the big leagues, recording a microscopic 1.91 ERA with a 0.92 WHIP, 333 saves and a 14.7 K/9 rate, and he should be a coveted asset on the free-agent market this offseason. Here, you will find a list of the latest news and rumors surrounding the right-hander.
Do Mets need Harper or Pollock to contend?
After seven seasons with the Nationals in which he won the 2012 National League Rookie of the Year Award, was named NL MVP in 2015 and made six NL All-Star teams, Bryce Harper is now a free agent for the first time. Here, you will find a list of the latest news and rumors surrounding the outfielder.
Gurriel graces Canada's R.B.I. Baseball 19 cover
R.B.I. Baseball 19 just got a fresh new hairstyle as Lourdes Gurriel Jr. was announced as the game's new Canadian cover athlete on Sunday at the Blue Jays Winter Fest in Toronto.
Finding the best backstop matches for Keuchel
Dallas Keuchel is a command artist -- and several teams that are potential landing spots for the free-agent left-hander have great framing catchers who could steal him strikes. breaks down the best fits.
This might be baseball's toughest division
Columnist Richard Justice discusses why the National League Central is MLB's best division.
Reddick gets married in WWE-themed wedding
Johnson mentors catchers at Dream Series
The Dream Series, which runs in connection with Martin Luther King Jr. Day, is an initiative designed to develop the 60 participating pitchers and catchers for a career in baseball.

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