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  • Zack Greinke not sold on Dodgers' winter makeover

    Zack Greinke not sold on Dodgers' winter makeover
    The Dodgers won 94 games last year, repeating as champion of the National League West. They could open the season with a new second baseman, shortstop, catcher and center fielder, with newcomers in 40% of the starting rotation and 50% of the bullpen....
  • Red Sox Stop At Foxwoods; Cherington, Farrell Bet On Success

    Red Sox Stop At Foxwoods; Cherington, Farrell Bet On Success
    MASHANTUCKET — The Red Sox have been down this road before, the winter renovation road. No franchise does the quick rebuild like they do, and the three championships between 2004 and 2013 illustrate their success, just as last-place finishes in...
  • Amaro still listening on trade front, talks about change in offensive philosophy for Phillies

    Amaro still listening on trade front, talks about change in offensive philosophy for Phillies
    As teams move through the offseason and head into spring training, all are equal in the standings and there's typically hope. For the recently successful ones, hope that they can repeat or build off of last season. For the ones coming off forgettable...
  • Drew Sharp: Tigers coach Ausmus still angry over playoff exit

    There's a more assertive tone from Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus. The result of a little more emotion inching through the robotic stoicism. During an opening statement Thursday night at a question-and-answer reception, Ausmus authoritatively pointed...
  • Angels' Jered Weaver parts ways with Simi Valley home

    Angels' Jered Weaver parts ways with Simi Valley home
    Angels ace Jered Weaver has sold a home in Simi Valley for $610,750. Weaver, who grew up in Simi Valley and attended Simi Valley High School, put the four-bedroom home on the market in November for $614,500 and closed sale shortly before the new year....
  • 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."...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Max Scherzer: 'Winning' is reason he signed with Nationals

    Max Scherzer is officially a former Tiger. The right-hander was introduced by the Washington Nationals Wednesday, shortly after the team announced his seven-year, $210-million deal. "When you look at the short term and long term, this is the...