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  • Jerry Brewer: Mariners' McClendon worth a following

    Lloyd McClendon wears a baseball cap as if it's a responsibility, not an accessory. He tips the hat forward, barely on his head, shielding his eyes. You could knock it off just by walking briskly past him. The look mirrors McClendon's casual charisma....
  • Brian Moran's injury could lead Angels to open with all-RHP bullpen

    TEMPE, Ariz. — Could the Angels open the season without a left-hander in the bullpen? That is one of the possibilities they are considering in the wake of an elbow injury to Brian Moran, the left-hander selected by the Angels in the Rule 5 draft...
  • Brad Miller, Mariners rough up C.J. Wilson, Angels

    Brad Miller, Mariners rough up C.J. Wilson, Angels
    KEY MOMENT: With runners on second and third and two out in the third, Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson intentionally walked the left-handed-hitting Robinson Cano to load the bases for switch-hitter Justin Smoak. Cano entered with a .367 average (11 for 30)...
  • Zach Lee, Joc Pederson are two of Frank McCourt's surprising moves

    PHOENIX -- Sometime in the relatively near future, perhaps even this year, Zach Lee could take the mound for the Dodgers in a regular-season game. Or Joc Pederson could step into the batter’s box. If it happens, fans at Dodger Stadium might...
  • Dodgers set MLB payroll record

    The Los Angeles Dodgers set a major-league record with an Opening-Day payroll of $234 million on Sunday, the Associated Press reported. A distant second to the Dodgers were the New York Yankees at $199 million. That snapped a six-year streak above the...
  • Capsules for the AL East Division

    AL EAST (in predicted order of finish) Boston Red Sox Last year: 97-65 (first, AL East) New faces: A.J. Pierzynski (Rangers), OF Grady Sizemore (Indians), RHP Edward Mujica (Cardinals), INF Jonathan Herrera (Rockies) Former faces: OF Jacoby Ellsbury...
  • Larry Stone: Cano brings heavy expectations

    ANAHEIM, Calif. Even the boos told a story loud and lusty catcalls as Robinson Cano came to the plate in the first inning for his first at-bat as a Seattle Mariners. He is a player to great enough to inspire the antipathy of the opposition's fans,...
  • American League baseball preview

    American League baseball preview
    Team outlooks are listed in predicted order of finish. Lineups and rotations are projections. EAST DIVISION 1 l Tampa Bay 2013 l 92-71, second place Last year in playoffs l 2013 Tampa's young rotation — average age: 25 — may prove to...
  • Capsules for the AL West Division

    AL WEST (in predicted order of finish) Oakland Athletics Last year: 96-66 (first, AL West) New faces: LHP Scott Kazmir (Indians), RHP Jim Johnson (Orioles), RHP Luke Gregerson (Padres), LHP Drew Pomeranz (Rockies), OF Craig Gentry (Rangers), INF Nick...
  • Teams in the AL West adhere to different building plans

    For more than two decades, the West Coast has played the part of Major League Baseball’s strange uncle. You know, the one who is invited to the family reunion but hardly ever gets to sit at the head table. In the last 22 seasons, only three...
  • Preview for the AL West Division

    How they'll finish in the AL West Pos Team 1. Texas 2. Oakland 3. L.A. Angels 4. Mariners 5. Houston New faces, places The Mariners paid Robinson Cano $240 million to be their second baseman and No. 3 hitter. For that kind of money, he...