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  • Hamels Set To Face Red Sox, Not Join Them

    Hamels Set To Face Red Sox, Not Join Them
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Cole Hamels will still be wearing red pinstripes and pitching for the Philadelphia Phillies against Pablo Sandoval, Hanley Ramirez and the Boston Red Sox on opening day. Not the other way around. The ace lefty has been on the...
  • Cole Hamels set to face Red Sox, not join them

    Cole Hamels set to face Red Sox, not join them
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Cole Hamels will still be wearing red pinstripes and pitching for the Philadelphia Phillies against Pablo Sandoval, Hanley Ramirez and the Boston Red Sox on Opening day. Not the other way around. The ace left-hander has...
  • Padres positioned to make big noise in NL West after whirlwind winter

    Padres positioned to make big noise in NL West after whirlwind winter
    These should be the big, bold, brash San Diego Padres. They always could pitch. Now they can hit. Now they can win. You do not import an entire outfield of sluggers — Matt Kemp, Wil Myers and Justin Upton — and talk gingerly of hoping to...
  • Mets May Lose Wheeler To Elbow Injury

    Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler has a torn elbow ligament, a blow to a team hoping to compete for the playoffs following Matt Harvey's return from Tommy John surgery. Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Wheeler has a complete tear, all but guaranteeing...
  • Giants' Madison Bumgarner ready for scrutiny after historic Series

     Giants' Madison Bumgarner ready for scrutiny after historic Series
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Two batters into spring training, Giants ace Madison Bumgarner had already given up more runs than he allowed in 21 innings during last year's World Series. A two-run home run by the A's Marcus Semien made the Series MVP look...
  • Winds of change blow as spring training games start

    Winds of change blow as spring training games start
    Let the days of not caring whether you ever get back officially begin. Although we can't speak for your bosses, taking someone out to a ballgame is one of life's great pleasures. With the start of the spring training schedule in Central Florida on...
  • Buchholz, Porcello, Red Sox Pitchers Stop 2 College Teams

    Buchholz, Porcello, Red Sox Pitchers Stop 2 College Teams
    FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Clay Buchholz started with one perfect inning and Boston Red Sox pitchers dominated the rest of the day in sweeping a pair of college teams, beating Northeastern 2-1 and edging Boston College 1-0 Tuesday. Rick Porcello...
  • David Ortiz Arrives, Makes Belly Comparison To New Teammate Pablo Sandoval

    David Ortiz Arrives, Makes Belly Comparison To New Teammate Pablo Sandoval
    FORT MYERS, Fla. — Big Papi arrived at spring training with a weighty quip about new teammate Pablo Sandoval. "My belly hasn't grown like Panda," David Ortiz said Tuesday, joking about new Boston Red Sox teammate Sandoval. Ortiz, the final...
  • Pablo Sandoval looks like Pablo Sandoval in first Red Sox appearance

    Pablo Sandoval looks like Pablo Sandoval in first Red Sox appearance
    The Boston Red Sox made a big off-season signing when they acquired third baseman Pablo Sandoval from the San Francisco Giants. However, it seems some Red Sox fans and pundits were in the dark as to just how big of a signing it was. Sandoval was...
  • Nats' Scherzer faces new pressures

    Washington's star-studded rotation reports to Florida. Matt Harvey continues his comeback with the Mets. Russell Martin gets a closer look at Toronto's pitching staff. While much of the Northeast and Midwest navigates bitter cold and piles of snow,...
  • Boundless optimism: It happens every spring

    Boundless optimism: It happens every spring
    Andy Warhol would have loved this winter. In only 3-1/2 months, every major league team seemed to have its own 15 minutes of fame, from the usual suspects to the perennial wannabes. The Blue Jays and A's started it with a blockbuster trade, the Red...