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  • Twins caravan starts spreading its message of hope

    Paul Molitor has been on past Twins winter caravans, so even though he's on his first since being named manager, he knows what he's getting into. Fans will want pictures, autographs and to know what his favorite book is. "I don't know how much you can...
  • Giles, Revere, Brown, Sandberg coming to Phils winter stop in Reading

    Giles, Revere, Brown, Sandberg coming to Phils winter stop in Reading
    Philadelphia Phillies players Ken Giles, Domonic Brown, and Ben Revere will join manager Ryne Sandberg as guests of honor for the 2015 Phillies Winter Banquet on Tuesday, Jan. 20, at the Crowne Plaza Reading Hotel starting at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 5:30....
  • Mets' Mazzilli, Former UConn Baseball Star, Suspended For Positive Drug Test

    Mets' Mazzilli, Former UConn Baseball Star, Suspended For Positive Drug Test
    L.J. Mazzilli, a minor-league second baseman in the New York Mets' organization who previously played at UConn, was suspended 50 games on Tuesday for a second positive test for a drug of abuse. The son of former major league Lee Mazzilli batted .301 with...
  • Royals fill potential rotation hole with Volquez

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Kansas City Royals - INSIDE PITCH Securing a rotation replacement in anticipation of right-hander James Shields' likely exit, the Kansas City Royals signed free agent right-hander Edinson Volquez on Dec. 29. The...
  • Padres happy to add Maurer to pitching staff

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - San Diego Padres - INSIDE PITCH After acquiring an entirely new outfield in mid-December, the San Diego Padres dealt away some of their depth at the position. San Diego shipped Seth Smith to the Seattle Mariners...
  • Hanley Ramirez gets a $15.3-million qualifying offer from Dodgers

    Hanley Ramirez gets a $15.3-million qualifying offer from Dodgers
    Hanley Ramirez received a qualifying offer from the Dodgers on Monday, the first stage of a free-agent process that is likely to end with the three-time All-Star signing with a different team. Ramirez is expected to reject the proposal, which is...
  • Twins bring back Torii Hunter, 39, to bolster outfield

    Twins bring back Torii Hunter, 39, to bolster outfield
    Torii Hunter is reportedly returning to the Minnesota Twins. According USA Today on Tuesday night, Hunter has agreed to a one-year, $10.5 million contract with the team that drafted him in the first round 21 years ago. Hunter, who turns 40 in July,...
  • On The Fly: Nobody Bigger Than Jean Beliveau In Montreal

    On The Fly: Nobody Bigger Than Jean Beliveau In Montreal
    The Montreal Canadiens say that the body of Jean Beliveau, who died Tuesday, will be on public view at the Belle Centre Sunday and Monday. Beliveau, who won 10 Stanley Cups with Montreal as a player and seven more working in the front office, was 83. No...
  • Garrett Richards cleared to throw again; Angels sign two left-handers

    Garrett Richards cleared to throw again; Angels sign two left-handers
    Angels pitcher Garrett Richards has been cleared by doctors to resume throwing on Monday, and the right-hander, who underwent season-ending surgery to repair a torn patellar tendon in his left knee in August, appears on track to be ready for the 2015...
  • Phillies' Allen, Oliva miss cut for Hall of Fame

    SAN DIEGO — Dick Allen and Tony Oliva barely missed the cut as the Hall of Fame's Golden Era Committee did not elect anyone for induction Monday. Candidates needed to be named on 75 percent of the ballots --- 12 of 16 --- and Allen and Oliva...
  • Dick Allen falls one vote shy on Golden Era Hall of Fame ballot

    Dick Allen falls one vote shy on Golden Era Hall of Fame ballot
    SAN DIEGO -- Former Chicago White Sox slugger Dick Allen fell one vote shy Monday on the Golden Era ballot for the Baseball Hall of Fame. The Golden Era Committee pitched a shutout, electing none of the 10 candidates, including former Sox outfielder...