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Report: Arbitrator to make Hamilton rehab callThe decision about whether Los Angeles Angels left fielder Josh Hamilton should enter rehabilitation will be made by an arbitrator after a four-person disciplinary committee deadlocked, a source told the Los Angeles Times.
Former AL batting champ Johnson dies at 72Alex Johnson, who played 13 years in the majors and won the AL batting title with the then-California Angels in 1970, has died. He was 72.
A-Rod singles in first spring training at-batIt took nearly 18 months for Alex Rodriguez to get back on a baseball field -- and just one at-bat to get back into the game with a single his first time up in Wednesday's spring training game between the Yankees and the Phillies.
Red Sox CF Castillo sidelined by oblique strainRed Sox outfielder Rusney Castillo will be out indefinitely after an MRI showed a strained left oblique muscle, manager John Farrell said Wednesday.
Dog daze: D-backs offer up churro creationThe Arizona Diamondbacks will try to top the success of last year's 18-inch bacon- and cheese-stuffed corn dog by offering a dessert.
Alex Johnson, 1970 AL batting champion, diesAlex Johnson, who played 13 years in the majors and won the AL batting title with the then-California Angels in 1970, has died. He was 72.
Wright, Syndergaard clear air after dustupTop Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard accepted responsibility for being in the clubhouse during Tuesday's intrasquad game in violation of protocol, while captain David Wright apologized for confronting him in the presence of media.
Mets' Murphy to keep religious beliefs to selfNew York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy will no longer address his religious beliefs and will stick to baseball, a team spokesman said Wednesday.
Cobb gets start for Rays on Opening DayThe Tampa Bay Rays have selected right-hander Alex Cobb as their Opening Day starting pitcher.
Tigers cut Hanrahan after more elbow woesThe Detroit Tigers have released Joel Hanrahan, who will have his second Tommy John surgery March 18.
Andrus: I took this offseason more seriouslyElvis Andrus is an old-timer with the Texas Rangers, even though he is only 26 years old and just getting started on a big contract extension he signed two years ago.
Dice-K return in Japan starts in familiar placeDaisuke Matsuzaka made the first start of his comeback in Japan on Wednesday, returning to the scene of one of his most memorable pitching performances.
Recruiter linked to Biogenesis gets prison timeA South Florida man who admitted to recruiting foreign baseball players for the operators of a steroid-dispensing clinic has been sentenced to prison followed by house arrest.
Lester named to start Cubs' season openerNew Chicago Cubs ace Jon Lester will throw the first pitch of the new baseball season April 5 against the St. Louis Cardinals, manager Joe Maddon announced Monday.
Blue Jays: High Expectations In 2015Visit ESPN.com for the complete story.