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  • Micah Johnson beginning to feel at home with White Sox

    Micah Johnson beginning to feel at home with White Sox
    As Micah Johnson made phone calls to White Sox season ticket-holders Thursday at U.S. Cellular Field as part of a prelude to SoxFest this weekend, he was surprised to find fans on the line who were excited to talk to the second-base prospect. "I...
  • Jesse Crain, Geovany Soto among White Sox non-roster invitees

    White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper isn’t emotional often in his communications, but he texted a few smiley faces to Jesse Crain’s phone when the Sox worked out a minor league deal with the right-handed reliever. Crain, a 10-year major...
  • White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper excited over reinforced staff

    White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper excited over reinforced staff
    Passes for this weekend's SoxFest are sold out and that reflects the White Sox's hopes for 2015 no longer are based on smoke and mirrors. "There's legitimate excitement," longtime pitching coach Don Cooper said Wednesday. "There's legitimate hype."...
  • Pitcher Buchanan ready to earn his spot in Phillies rotation

    Pitcher Buchanan ready to earn his spot in Phillies rotation
    David Buchanan recited the fifth inning of his June 8 start in Cincinnati as if it occurred yesterday. Most importantly, the 25-year-old remembers the mistakes he made in a game in which he had really good stuff. The right-hander got cute with a...
  • Revere, Ruf healthy and looking forward to season at Phillies Winter Banquet

    Revere, Ruf healthy and looking forward to season at Phillies Winter Banquet
    The East Coast may be bracing for a possible winter storm this weekend and there are still four weeks until pitchers and catchers report for spring training, but fans were thinking spring in the Sands Bethlehem Event Center on Thursday night. That's...
  • Ex-Liberty and Lehigh star Matt McBride returns to Colorado Rockies

    A free agent for the first time in his career this offseason, Matt McBride was curious to see what opportunities there might be for him in the baseball world. The 29-year-old Liberty grad and former Lehigh standout came to realize that the grass isn't...
  • If they all stay healthy: After Scherzer's $210 million deal, Nationals think big

    Forgive Washington Nationals owner Mark Lerner if he got swept up in the scene. Speaking after a news conference Wednesday to announce the addition — via a $210 million, seven-year contract — of 2013 AL Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer,...
  • Orioles discuss potential Duquette compensation package with Blue Jays

    Orioles discuss potential Duquette compensation package with Blue Jays
    It’s still hard to characterize exactly what’s going on in the "Dan Duquette to Toronto" controversy, but the Orioles have at least spoken with the Blue Jays about individual names now – and that takes this head-shaking situation a...
  • Max Scherzer's contract with Nationals has present-day value of $191.4M by MLB's calculation

    Because of deferred money, pitcher Max Scherzer's $210 million, seven-year contract with the Washington Nationals has a present-day value of $191.4 million by the calculations of both Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players...
  • Drew Sharp: Verlander finally healthy after surgery

    A visit to a New York physical therapist late last year proved illuminating for Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander. The therapist knew he was a major league pitcher but had no knowledge of the intricacies of pitching mechanics, Verlander said. As soon as...
  • Detroit Tigers trying to take Max Scherzer's departure in stride as offseason winds down

    Justin Verlander is doing his best to take Max Scherzer's departure in stride. Yes, the Detroit Tigers will miss Scherzer, one of the game's top right-handers. But his exit via free agency was by no means a shock. "Obviously you don't want to see a...