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  • Angels align rotation for spring-training games

    Angels align rotation for spring-training games
    Hector Santiago will start the Angels' Cactus League opener against the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday, and will be followed in the exhibition-season rotation by Jered Weaver, C.J. Wilson and Matt Shoemaker, Manager Mike Scioscia said Wednesday.
  • Pitcher Aaron Harang happy to be with Phillies, despite rebuilding mode

    Pitcher Aaron Harang happy to be with Phillies, despite rebuilding mode
    CLEARWATER, FLA. — One of the main goals for the Philadelphia Phillies and their front office this offseason was to bolster starting pitching depth. More specifically, they wanted starting pitchers with short-term deals who could eat up innings...

    Angels set Cactus League rotation; Garrett Richards begins drills

    Angels set Cactus League rotation; Garrett Richards begins drills
    Angels left-hander Hector Santiago will start Thursday’s Cactus League opener against the Milwaukee Brewers, and he will be followed in the exhibition-season rotation by Jered Weaver, C.J. Wilson and Matt Shoemaker, Manager Mike Scioscia said...

    Ex-IronPig J.A. Happ's change to the Mariners rotation might include an improved changeup

    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Even at age 32, with 140 major-league starts and 24 relief appearances and more than 840 big-league innings, J.A. Happ isn't going to stop evolving as a pitcher. A weakness needs to be erased, pitches need to be refined and adjusting...

    Leonard Nimoy deserves a split-fingered sports salute

    Leonard Nimoy deserves a split-fingered sports salute
    The news hit Joe Nelson like a photon torpedo. Leonard Nimoy had died, and with him went a character for the ages. "I had a little extra sadness," Nelson said. That character was Mr. Spock, of course. And sports fans all over the galaxy should have...