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  • AP source: Indians, Kluber agree on 5-year contract

    Corey Kluber has been rewarded for his Cy Young season. The Indians can only hope he can be that good again. Kluber and the club agreed to terms on a five-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on Saturday night....
  • Report: Corey Kluber agrees to five-year extension with Indians

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. The Indians have locked up last year's American League Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber to a multi-year contract, according to media reports. Kluber and the Indians have reportedly agreed to a five-year deal with two club option years....
  • Declining offense in baseball: Just a blip, or an alarming trend?

    Declining offense in baseball: Just a blip, or an alarming trend?
    Hitting always came easy to Don Mattingly, or at least it seemed that way. He won a batting title and compiled a .307 career batting average in 14 seasons with the New York Yankees. But a lot has changed since his last game as a player in 1995. Teams...
  • Left-hander Barry Zito headed for Triple-A Nashville

    You bet, Barry Zito is accepting his assignment to Triple-A Nashville. The 36-year-old lefty didn't work his way back from a year out of baseball only to stop his comeback bid now just because he didn't make the Oakland Athletics' opening-day roster....
  • Ryan Lewis' 2015 MLB forecast

    Here are my picks for the 2015 season: American League East: Boston Red Sox Central: Detroit Tigers West: Seattle Mariners Wild Card: Los Angeles Angels Wild Card: Cleveland Indians MVP: Mike Trout Cy Young: Chris Sale Rookie: Rusney...
  • Nats armed for run at ring

    Nats armed for run at ring
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Bryce Harper's reaction to the news that the Washington Nationals added Max Scherzer to an already-talented starting staff drew quite a lot of attention. "I just started laughing," Harper famously said. "I was like, `Where's my...
  • Joe Strauss: Cubs one-up Boras, players' union

    Opening Day is two sunrises away, something that unfailingly provides a platform for the Bad Poets Society to go all mushy about baseball's timeless beauty. Of course this season the commissioner's office will put the game on the clock as an overdue...
  • AL East previews: New York Yankees

    AL East previews: New York Yankees
    Record in 2014: 84-78 (second place, 12 games back) Key additions: Shortstop Didi Gregorius, acquired in a trade from the Arizona Diamondbacks, hit .226 with a .653 OPS in 80 games last season. Reliever Andrew Miller had a 2.02 ERA with the Orioles...
  • Showalter gives Gamboa encouragement with knuckleball, plus notes on Tillman and Britton

    Showalter gives Gamboa encouragement with knuckleball, plus notes on Tillman and Britton
    Even though Eddie Gamboa struggled in his short time in big league camp this spring, Orioles manager Buck Showalter believes he's further along in the his transformation into a knuckleballer than former Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey was at the same...
  • Tigers' Justin Verlander headed to DL

    Tigers' Justin Verlander headed to DL
    LAKELAND, Fla. -- Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander is headed to the disabled list for the first time in his major league career. The Tigers said Thursday the 32-year-old right-hander won't be on the active roster for Monday's opener against...
  • Marlins confident they can challenge Nationals

    Marlins confident they can challenge Nationals
    The Miami Marlins departed their spring training base confident they have the arms and the aptitude to vie for the National League East crown that virtually everyone else is conceding to the Washington Nationals. The 8-0 rout of Jordan Zimmermann and...