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  • Hall-of-Famer Molitor confident in managerial patience

    Two seasons after Hall-of-Famer Paul Molitor played his last game, he became the bench coach for the Minnesota Twins on manager Tom Kelly's staff. The role was his for two years. The experience was infinitely valuable for the job that opened for him much...
  • How many wins for the 2015 Phillies?

    How many wins for the 2015 Phillies?
    The 2015 season isn’t bringing high expectations for the Philadelphia Phillies, and Bovada, an online sports gambling site, continued to paint a bleak picture for the team in releasing their over/under MLB win total odds Monday. The Phillies&...
  • Tigers manager Ausmus: Best I've seen Verlander 'stuff-wise'

    LAKELAND, Fla. The train is gaining steam. And the latest coal in the Justin Verlander comeback car was burned by manager Brad Ausmus on Sunday, when he said this about the right-hander's live batting practice session: "That's the best I've seen Ver...
  • Orioles prospect Dariel Alvarez gets closer to majors, and maybe closer to home

    Orioles prospect Dariel Alvarez gets closer to majors, and maybe closer to home
    Orioles outfield prospect Dariel Alvarez is closer to the major leagues than he's ever been, one step away from the pinnacle of a remarkable journey. It was a journey that included his escape from Cuba by speedboat, leaving his family behind as he...
  • There's little risk for Orioles or Alejandro De Aza in arbitration hearing

    There's little risk for Orioles or Alejandro De Aza in arbitration hearing
    Unless things change dramatically, the Orioles this week will participate in their first arbitration hearing since 2012, when they were victorious against right-hander Brad Bergesen. On Friday afternoon, the Orioles and outfielder Alejandro De Aza are...
  • Braves' non-roster invitees come at right price

    Braves' non-roster invitees come at right price
    Everyone likes a good deal, even Major League Baseball teams. General managers rummage through discount bins every offseason, looking for markdowns on players perceived to be damaged by age, injuries or a perceived decline in skills. They won't offer...
  • Back tightness sidelines Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu, but he's not worried

    Back tightness sidelines Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu, but he's not worried
    If the first days of spring training made Hyun-Jin Ryu optimistic about his chances of pitching a career-high 200 innings this season, he has now been reminded of the challenges he could face in reaching his goal. Sidelined because of tightness in the...
  • Pawtucket Red Sox Likely To Land In Providence

    Pawtucket Red Sox Likely To Land In Providence
    Connecticut's capital city will become home to a minor league baseball franchise in April 2016. If all goes as planned, neighboring Rhode Island will follow the same path a year or two later. The Pawtucket Red Sox, one of the most successful franchises...
  • New addition to Orioles, Chris Parmelee looks to capitalize on second chance

    New addition to Orioles, Chris Parmelee looks to capitalize on second chance
    Being in a different organization for the first time in his professional career, Orioles outfielder-first baseman Chris Parmelee compares this spring training to being the new kid in school. "You've been in one school your whole life, and now you're...
  • Memories of first spring training linger for Astros

    Memories of first spring training linger for Astros
    KISSIMMEE — Pat Neshek's earliest memory of spring training involved a case of mistaken identity, Torii Hunter and an unexpected gift. Neshek, who signed a two-year contract for $12.5 million with the Houston Astros in December, was a minor-...
  • Paul Konerko's No. 14 to be retired by White Sox

    Paul Konerko was known as “the King” by many of his former teammates, and the former White Sox slugger will be treated as royalty on May 23. That’s when the Sox will honor Konerko by retiring his jersey No. 14 in a ceremony before...