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  • Orioles thoughts and observations on Nick Markakis' success against lefties, Don Zimmer's passing and more

    ARLINGTON, Texas – With two on and two out in the sixth inning of a tied ballgame Wednesday, the Texas Rangers went to left-hander Aaron Poreda to face left-handed hitting Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis, hoping that playing matchups would yield...
  • Around MLB

    American League Central Division White Sox: Rush hour: Promote top draft pick Carlos Rodon from Class A to Triple A after four appearances. Indians: Surgery on both knees ends disappointing season for Nick Swisher. Still two years left on $56...
  • The Times' baseball rankings

    The Times' baseball rankings
    Last week’s ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday’s games: 1. WASHINGTON: Masters of the big finish, with five walkoff wins in six games. (6) 2. BALTIMORE: On pace for its biggest AL East margin since 1971, when Orioles...
  • Angels drop Rangers, 5-4, for fourth win in a row

    Angels drop Rangers, 5-4, for fourth win in a row
    KEY MOMENT: The Rangers trimmed a 5-2 deficit to 5-4 in the seventh inning when Robinson Chirinos doubled off Mike Morin, Shin-Soo Choo was hit by a pitch, Elvis Andrus singled off Jason Grilli to load the bases, and Alex Rios lined a two-run single to...
  • Angels hold on for win over Texas Rangers, 5-4

    Angels hold on for win over Texas Rangers, 5-4
    KEY MOMENT: The Rangers trimmed a 5-1 deficit to 5-4 in the eighth inning on singles by Shin-Soo Choo, Elvis Andrus, Mike Carp (RBI) and Adrian Beltre (RBI), then an RBI fielder's-choice grounder by Alex Rios, who took second on an error by Howie...
  • IronPigs coaches recall their most memorable work

     
    IronPigs manager Dave Brundage had the fortune of managing Raul Ibanez for four years in the minor leagues before giving him the news that he was getting the promotion to the majors in 1996. Brundage also got to work with Adam Jones, who was transitioning...
  • Marlins notes: Johnson collects 1,000th hit, denied accompanying RBI

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  • Spring-training primer: Key questions for Dodgers, Angels and others

    Spring-training primer: Key questions for Dodgers, Angels and others
    Everyone expects the Dodgers to win. They did last year, and they just put up $215 million for Clayton Kershaw, to better their chance to win for many years to come. No one expects the Angels to win. They sat out the playoffs last year — for the...
  • Rangers bolster powerful lineup with outfielder Shin-Soo Choo

    Rangers bolster powerful lineup with outfielder Shin-Soo Choo
    The Texas Rangers acquired the missing piece to their powerful offense Saturday by adding former Cincinnati Reds outfielder Shin-Soo Choo, who reportedly agreed to a seven-year, $130-million contract. After trading second baseman Ian Kinsler, their...
  • Ways for the Dodgers to juice up their off-season profile

    Yawn, the Dodgers are still there. Still looking extremely formidable, but with precious little new activity to get the fan base all riled anew. And it could easily end this way, too, the Dodgers filling some utility and bullpen roles and still...
  • Angels relievers Kevin Jepsen, Sean Burnett not on parallel comeback tracks

    TEMPE, Ariz. -- A pair of key Angels relievers returned to the club for the first time since their season-ending injuries last summer, one clearly on track to start the regular season and the other one a little iffy. Right-hander Kevin Jepsen said...