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  • 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...
  • What's next for the four major Philadelphia professional sports teams?

    What's next for the four major Philadelphia professional sports teams?
    Gone is last season's NBA Rookie of the Year, 23-year-old Michael Carter-Williams. Saying good-bye this week is LeSean McCoy, the Eagles' all-time leading rusher at age 26. Phillies and Flyers fans can rest easy because there is no one as young,...
  • Christian Walker learning from Chris Davis — in case he ever needs to replace him

    Christian Walker learning from Chris Davis — in case he ever needs to replace him
    There is always a method to Buck Showalter's madness, so it was no accident that first base prospect Christian Walker arrived for his first major league spring training camp and found his locker right next to the man he might replace next year. "It...
  • White Sox prospect Tim Anderson content to learn from Alexei Ramirez

    White Sox prospect Tim Anderson content to learn from Alexei Ramirez
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Tim Anderson is treating his first major league spring training as a sort of silent apprenticeship. White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez plays. Anderson soaks in all he can from the 2014 Gold Glove finalist. Like "a sponge,"...
  • White Sox see Adam LaRoche as a new team leader

    White Sox see Adam LaRoche as a new team leader
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Adam LaRoche moved into the White Sox clubhouse at Camelback Ranch on Tuesday, taking up residence in a corner locker last occupied by retired captain Paul Konerko. When the Sox signed the 35-year-old designated hitter to a two-...
  • Minnie Minoso died from tear in pulmonary artery: autopsy

    Minnie Minoso died from tear in pulmonary artery: autopsy
    Baseball has lost another iconic ambassador. Former White Sox star outfielder Minnie Minoso was found dead in the driver’s seat of his car early Sunday. An autopsy performed Sunday afternoon determined Minoso died of a tear in his pulmonary...
  • Francoeur excited for chance with Phillies and to work with Manuel

    Francoeur excited for chance with Phillies and to work with Manuel
    CLEARWATER, Fla. — Each day this spring, whether he's walking into the clubhouse in the morning, stretching with teammates or in the cage taking batting practice, Jeff Francoeur is flashing his signature beaming smile. That's something you might...
  • Former Angel Darin Erstad thrives as a college coach with Nebraska

    Former Angel Darin Erstad thrives as a college coach with Nebraska
    Darin Erstad is back in college. As a coach, as a student. The former Angels All-Star is a product of the University of Nebraska, where he was an All-American baseball player and punter on an undefeated football team. He was not a graduate, however....
  • Jimmy Rollins adjusts to new uniform back home in California

    Jimmy Rollins adjusts to new uniform back home in California
    Jimmy Rollins savors a bite of bacon at his locker, then steals a quick glimpse at the bright blue No. 11 uniform hanging behind him. It's before 8 a.m. in the desert and the veteran shortstop becomes a bit poetic about it all, the cross-country move back...
  • Jose Abreu's goal: Stay healthy enough to play first base every day

    Jose Abreu's goal: Stay healthy enough to play first base every day
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Among the bigger challenges first baseman Jose Abreu faced in his 2014 rookie year was learning how to deal with the physical demands of a 162-game major league season. Abreu, coming off his American League Rookie of the Year...
  • Matt Wieters believes he'll have enough time behind the plate to be ready for Opening Day

    Matt Wieters believes he'll have enough time behind the plate to be ready for Opening Day
    At first glimpse, catcher Matt Wieters didn’t appear to be limited as the Orioles held their first spring training workout for pitchers and catchers Friday afternoon at the Ed Smith Stadium Complex. The Orioles All-Star and Gold Glove winner...