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Gold Glove Awards

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  • Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, Hector Olivera have relied on same batting coach

     Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, Hector Olivera have relied on same batting coach
    Yasiel Puig shares more than a home country with Hector Olivera, the Cuban infielder who agreed to a $62.5-million contract with the Dodgers this week. Puig and Olivera learned how to hit from the same person. "His father was my hitting coach," Puig...
  • Joe Maddon puts Cubs veterans on notice: Defense makes difference

    Joe Maddon puts Cubs veterans on notice: Defense makes difference
    MESA, Ariz. — The mundane drills usually reserved for the first two weeks of spring training are still in full force for the Cubs two weeks before opening day. Despite the addition of veterans such as Miguel Montero and Dexter Fowler to supplement...
  • Basic outfield work for Kris Bryant, Dexter Fowler

    Basic outfield work for Kris Bryant, Dexter Fowler
    MESA, Ariz. -- It's back to outfield basics for Chicago Cubs top prospect Kris Bryant. In an effort to increase his versatility and perhaps his chances of strengthening the lineup, the 6-foot-5 Bryant worked on taking proper routes and his footwork with...
  • Like Mittens And Cocoa, Signs Of Sox, Yanks, Mets Bring Warmth

    Like Mittens And Cocoa, Signs Of Sox, Yanks, Mets Bring Warmth
    Look beyond those massive snowbanks, past the forecast for the next winter storm, and focus on the trucks. Those glorious tractor-trailers will be packed with baseball equipment in Boston and New York before rolling south this week. Spring training is...
  • Dodgers get scare as Clayton Kershaw hit in side of face

    Dodgers get scare as Clayton Kershaw hit in side of face
    The face of the franchise was down. The best pitcher in baseball had been hit by a line drive. Clayton Kershaw sat on the mound, rubbing his hand against the side of his face. And then he got up, shrugged off a chipped tooth, and kept on pitching. The...
  • Yelich deal, too? Marlins acting like a real baseball team

    Yelich deal, too? Marlins acting like a real baseball team
    You may want to sit down while reading this column. You don't want to feel faint upon hearing how the Marlins are acting like a real baseball franchise. They're doing what they never have. They're investing smartly in their roster. They're wisely...
  • Yelich, Marlins finalizing extension for seven years, $50 million

    Yelich, Marlins finalizing extension for seven years, $50 million
    The Marlins this offseason initiated conversations with several of their young players about multi-year extensions. Those discussions are about to yield an agreement. A source confirmed the club and Gold Glove-winning outfielder Christian Yelich are...
  • Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop drops weight, and expectations soar

    Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop drops weight, and expectations soar
    After a rookie season full of ups and downs, Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop wanted to spend this offseason focused on self-improvement. He found that opportunity back home in Curacao, where he spent the offseason training with a local soccer...
  • Yelich took steep road to Gold Glove award

    Yelich took steep road to Gold Glove award
    Christian Yelich didn't win the Gold Glove last season in left field at Marlins Park or any other big league stadium. He earned the unexpected prize on the hills and beaches of his native Southern California years earlier. The Marlins used the 23rd pick...
  • Corey Seager impresses Dodgers with his maturity

    Corey Seager impresses Dodgers with his maturity
    From the Dodgers clubhouse to the manager's office, the verdict is unanimous: Corey Seager is the real deal. In the first two-plus weeks of spring training, the 20-year-old Seager has demonstrated why he is considered one of the top prospects in...
  • All signs point to Chris Davis and Matt Wieters hitting the open market

    All signs point to Chris Davis and Matt Wieters hitting the open market
    The best window of opportunity to keep Gold Glove catcher Matt Wieters and power-hitting first baseman Chris Davis from entering the free agent market in November will close in about four weeks, and there appears to be nothing in the works that would...