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  • Cubs' trade sets up Samardzija for future

    Cubs' trade sets up Samardzija for future
    MESA, Ariz. – The Cubs’ parting gift to Jeff Samardzija might have long-term benefits for him. Like Jon Lester, Samardzija got a taste of what playing for another organization was like as he was traded last July 5 to the Athletics and...
  • BASEBALL 2015: Hurry up! Nats, Cubs, Red Sox on the clock

    Even before Max Scherzer, Bryce Harper and the rest of the ramped-up Washington Nationals hit the field for their first full-squad workout at spring training, they got the message. There it was, printed across the top of a practice schedule posted in the...
  • Cosart subject of MLB gambling investigation

    Cosart subject of MLB gambling investigation
    Miami Marlins pitcher Jarred Cosart acknowledged Thursday he is under investigation by Major League Baseball for possible gambling, but could not give details. The 24-year-old is accused of exchanging direct messages through his Twitter account related...
  • Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw looks ready for opening day

    Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw looks ready for opening day
    Clayton Kershaw made what is expected to be his longest start of the exhibition season Thursday, limiting the Chicago White Sox to one run over six innings in the Dodgers' 9-6 victory at Camelback Ranch. Asked if he was ready for the regular season,...
  • Spring training: Dodgers 9, White Sox 6

    Spring training: Dodgers 9, White Sox 6
    AT THE PLATE: Yasiel Puig homered for the second consecutive day, launching a second-inning offering from former Dodger Brad Penny over the wall in left-center field. The home run was the fifth of the spring for Puig, who is batting .263 and leads the...
  • Micah Johnson on the fast track learning how to be a big-leaguer

    Micah Johnson on the fast track learning how to be a big-leaguer
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Of all the things speedy White Sox second baseman Micah Johnson does fast, learning tops the list. Johnson spoke Spanish fluently at age 7. He also knows French. By adolescence, he knew how to play the piano and guitar, hobbies...
  • Sports On The Air: Friday

    AUTO RACING 10 a.m.: NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Martinsville, Practice. FS1; 1:30 p.m.: FS1 12:00 p.m.: NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup Series: STP 500, Practice. FS1 3 p.m.: NASCAR Racing Camping World Truck Series: Martinsville, Final...
  • David Robertson, Jake Petricka working through soreness but should be OK

    David Robertson, Jake Petricka working through soreness but should be OK
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — With a week to go under the sun in Arizona, the White Sox have some pitching decisions to make, particularly in the bullpen. Sox closer David Robertson said Thursday his recent forearm soreness should not add to the uncertainty....
  • White Sox closer David Robertson slowed by arm soreness

    White Sox closer David Robertson slowed by arm soreness
    GLENDALE, Ariz. – David Robertson is experiencing forearm soreness and hasn’t pitched in a Cactus League game since Saturday, but the new White Sox closer said pulling back on his spring training schedule is just precautionary. Robertson...
  • Explaining Jay Cutler to John Fox; informing Joakim Noah about LeBron

    Explaining Jay Cutler to John Fox; informing Joakim Noah about LeBron
    Guessing about quarterbacks is a bad thing in the NFL, almost as bad as importing Canadian Football League coaches. But there’s new Bears coach John Fox, sounding like he’s guessing about Jay Cutler’s problems. “Maybe he got to...
  • Displaced Wrigley Field bleacher season ticket holders complain, adjust

     Displaced Wrigley Field bleacher season ticket holders complain, adjust
    With opening day on the horizon and the Wrigley Field bleachers resembling an erector set, some denizens of the most famous seats in sports are wondering if life will ever be the same. The bleacher season ticket holders are temporarily without a home,...