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  • Jerry Greene: MLB opening day means it's time for bobbleheads and gnomes

    Jerry Greene: MLB opening day means it's time for bobbleheads and gnomes
    Bobbleheads. Apparently they are never going away. When's the last time you saw a pet rock or Shrinky Dinks or, somewhat similar to bobbleheads, the gone-and-forgotten Weebles? But bobbleheads are bigger than ever — at least in Major League...
  • Better play from White Sox, Cubs makes it easier on announcers

    Better play from White Sox, Cubs makes it easier on announcers
    Steve Stone laughed and then repeated the question. "Is it easier to do a baseball broadcast when the team you're covering is doing well?" said the White Sox TV analyst. "I will say this. It is a lot easier for my partner." News flash: As the Sox go,...
  • Bethlehem's Matt McBride impresses Rockies but does not make roster

    Matt McBride made the decision as difficult for the Colorado Rockies as possible. He has familiarized himself with four positions. He hit the ball for power and average during spring training. But it was not enough for McBride to make the Rockies'...
  • AL East previews: Tampa Bay Rays

    AL East previews: Tampa Bay Rays
    Record in 2014: 77-85 (fourth place, 19 games back) Key additions: Stephen Souza Jr., acquired in a three-way trade from the Washington Nationals, was one of the minor leagues' top performers in 2014 and could be the Opening Day right fielder for the...
  • Former Yankee Ichiro Suzuki will fill many roles off the Marlins' bench

    Former Yankee Ichiro Suzuki will fill many roles off the Marlins' bench
    Marlins manager Mike Redmond has joked about the number of times this spring he has been asked how Ichiro Suzuki will be used. He provided that answer this week — by his actions, not his words. Redmond gave Ichiro a taste of what his season...
  • Sports lack inclusion

    In the April 1 paper, sports columnist David Haugh wrote, "Sports at every level help promote the kind of inclusion Indiana's law discourages" (“Indiana drops ball, casts pall: Sports world must act if new law not changed,” Sports).  Really?...
  • Rule 5 pick Logan Verrett still impressive, but future with Orioles remains uncertain

    Rule 5 pick Logan Verrett still impressive, but future with Orioles remains uncertain
    Logan Verrett checked in with his agent several times during baseball's annual winter meetings in December, inquiring about whether any teams might select him in the Rule 5 draft. The reports coming back were positive; Verrett was on the radar of...
  • Tough baseball path about to pay off for Angels pitcher Drew Rucinski

    Tough baseball path about to pay off for Angels pitcher Drew Rucinski
    It's a familiar story line in Angels camp. Pitcher goes undrafted out of college, signs as a free agent, works at various off-season jobs to augment meager minor league income, comes out of nowhere to win big league roster spot. Only this time, it's not...
  • MLB The Show simulation projects 106 wins for Marlins, MVP for Stanton

    MLB The Show simulation projects 106 wins for Marlins, MVP for Stanton
    Miami Marlins reliever Mike Dunn said it nicely. Video games are for the road because it's hard to find time to play them at home. Dunn isn't exactly Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside who became famous for wanting to  increase his NBA 2K15 rating....
  • AL Central rivals on their heels, but Tigers still have swagger

    AL Central rivals on their heels, but Tigers still have swagger
    LAKELAND, Fla. — Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera was playing pingpong against a teammate in the cramped home clubhouse at Joker Marchant Stadium on Saturday when he hit a ball so hard it bounced off the table and sailed across the room....
  • Poquoson's Kyle Crockett makes Cleveland Indians' opening day roster

    Poquoson's Kyle Crockett makes Cleveland Indians' opening day roster
    Considering how well Kyle Crockett pitched for the Cleveland Indians in 43 appearances in 2014, you had to guess if he was healthy he'd be in the bullpen on Monday when the Cleveland Indians open the Major League Baseball regular season at the Houston...