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  • LEADING OFF: Lee, Darvish take the mound for spring debuts

    A look at the highlights of what's happening all around spring training in Florida and Arizona today: ___ STARTER SPOTLIGHT Cliff Lee, who made his final start of 2014 on July 31 because of a strained left elbow, starts for Philadelphia against Houston...
  • Cold comfort: Sodfather says Cell will be ready despite tough winter

    Cold comfort: Sodfather says Cell will be ready despite tough winter
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — A meeting with the "Sodfather" before Wednesday's Cactus League opener at Camelback Ranch alleviated any fears that U.S. Cellular Field will be an ice rink on opening day. After another brutal winter, capped by record cold...
  • Cubs looked into playing 2015 home games at Miller Park

    PHOENIX The Chicago Cubs playing home games at Miller Park? Don't laugh. As far back as two years ago, the team had discussed with Brewers officials the possibility of playing their home games in Milwaukee in anticipation of massive renovations at...
  • Motor mishap: Indians manager Francona's scooter wrecked

    The Indians have their first major injury of the spring — manager Terry Francona's red scooter is on the disabled list. Francona said Thursday that the scooter he rides around during training camp and to and from Progressive Field in downtown...
  • Phillies pitcher Lee confident elbow issues are behind him

    Phillies pitcher Lee confident elbow issues are behind him
    CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — Phillies left-handed pitcher Cliff Lee is confident his elbow problems from last year are behind him as he begins a new season. The 36-year-old veteran was limited to 13 starts in 2014, when he went on the disabled list...
  • Ex-Oriole Bruce Chen agrees to minor league deal with Indians

    Ex-Oriole Bruce Chen agrees to minor league deal with Indians
    Bruce Chen is getting a chance to pitch for an 11th team in the majors. The well-traveled left-hander, who won a career-high 13 games with the Orioles in 2005, has agreed to a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians, a person familiar with the...
  • Jason Giambi retires after 20 seasons in majors

    Jason Giambi retires after 20 seasons in majors
    CLEVELAND (AP) — Jason Giambi is retiring after 20 seasons in the majors. The 2000 AL MVP announced his decision Monday in a statement that was first sent to the New York Daily News. He ends his career as one of 20 players in history with at least...
  • Bovada pegs 2015 Miami Marlins' win total at 81.5

    Bovada pegs 2015 Miami Marlins' win total at 81.5
    Bovada on Monday released its 2015 win totals for all 30 major league teams. The site pegged the Marlins at a disappointing 81.5, same total as their division rival Mets. That would represent a four-win improvement over last season. One thing to keep in...
  • LEADING OFF: A-Rod, Goldschmidt make spring debuts

    A look at the highlights of what's happening all around spring training today in Florida and Arizona: ___ HE'S BACK Alex Rodriguez is set to be the designated hitter for two or three at-bats when the Yankees host the Phillies in Tampa, Florida,...
  • Sideline Chatter: Next time maybe he'll think before kicking the bucket

    What, you think it's easy emulating Lou Piniella? "I threw bats and stuff out on the field," Mike Hargrove, recalling one memorable ejection as Indians manager, told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "I started up the tunnel and saw a bucket that I figured had...
  • Play ball! Quickly! Baseball tries to speed game this spring

    With large, glowing red numbers, the timer on the center-field wall at Goodyear Ballpark ticked down Tuesday, counting off seconds and ushering in change. Baseball, the timeless game of endless summers, went on the clock. Major League Baseball...