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Spring Training

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  • Russell Wilson: 'I may push the envelope' about playing baseball

    Russell Wilson: 'I may push the envelope' about playing baseball
    Russell Wilson has a pretty good gig as an NFL quarterback. In his three years as a pro, Wilson has already appeared in two Super Bowls, winning one of them. And he's on the verge of becoming an extremely wealthy man, as soon as he can get a contract...
  • Dodgers expected to promote outfielder Chris Heisey on Wednesday

    Dodgers expected to promote outfielder Chris Heisey on Wednesday
    Chris Heisey was in the Dodgers clubhouse Tuesday in the hours leading up to their series opener against the San Francisco Giants, but the minor league outfielder said he wasn’t expected to be officially added to the active roster until Wednesday....
  • Dodgers' Adam Liberatore makes dream debut

    Dodgers' Adam Liberatore makes dream debut
    As much as Adam Liberatore tried to speak about his major league debut matter-of-factly, the smile he occasionally cracked revealed how much this day meant to him. Liberatore is 27. He is in his sixth season in professional baseball. The hard-throwing...
  • Howie Kendrick's walk-off hit lifts Dodgers after David Huff struggles

    Howie Kendrick's walk-off hit lifts Dodgers after David Huff struggles
    David Huff is a genuinely nice guy who grew up in Huntington Beach and played ball at UCLA. On Tuesday, for the first time, he took the mound for the hometown Dodgers. He had not started a major league game in almost two years. And, as two of the...
  • Carlos Rodon didn't lose sleep over shaky White Sox debut

    Carlos Rodon didn't lose sleep over shaky White Sox debut
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura said Wednesday morning he has no doubt rookie left-hander Carlos Rodon will be able to quickly leave his shaky major-league debut behind him. Rodon said he went right to sleep Tuesday night after he gave up two runs on...
  • Orioles infielder Ryan Flaherty possibly heading to disabled list with groin strain

    Orioles infielder Ryan Flaherty possibly heading to disabled list with groin strain
    Through the season's first three weeks, the Orioles' middle infield already had been wrecked by injuries. Now the team could be forced to add infielder Ryan Flaherty to a growing list of players on the 15-day disabled list. Flaherty suffered a right...
  • Ichiro aids Marlins as he nears Japanese runs record

    Ichiro aids Marlins as he nears Japanese runs record
    The recurring question during the Marlins’ spring training involved the curious case of Ichiro. Manager Mike Redmond was repeatedly asked how Ichiro Suzuki, a stranger to the bench during his long career, would fit as the fourth outfielder, when...
  • Dan Jennings proving to be a nice fit in White Sox bullpen

    Dan Jennings proving to be a nice fit in White Sox bullpen
    Dan Jennings wasn't around the 2014 White Sox bullpen, so he might not fully grasp the reason for the enthusiasm about his contributions to the 2015 relief corps' early success. The 28-year-old left-hander just knows he feeds off it. "Just knowing...
  • Correction: Cardinals-Harris story

    In a story April 21 about the St. Louis Cardinals calling up a pitcher who graduated from the Naval Academy, The Associated Press reported erroneously the former naval rank of the player. Mitch Harris was a lieutenant junior grade, not a second...
  • Historically a slow starter, Jon Lester looks to turn things around

    Historically a slow starter, Jon Lester looks to turn things around
    PITTSBURGH — Despite his World Series success and six-year, $155 million contract, Jon Lester admittedly is a slow starter. With his "dead arm" period now more than a month in the past, Lester is ready to move ahead as he takes the mound for the...
  • Rodriguez exceeds expectations, helps Yankees stay relevant

    The New York Yankees missed the playoffs the last two years while saying goodbye to a pair of greats. Mediocrity — or, worse yet, irrelevance — was a very real possibility heading into 2015. Of all people, it's Alex Rodriguez who might keep...