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Spring Training

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  • As Jonathan Schoop taps potential with homer, Manny Machado searching for first hit

    As Jonathan Schoop taps potential with homer, Manny Machado searching for first hit
    Jonathan Schoop’s ninth-inning home run was hit about as well as anyone could expect Friday, with the second baseman smacking a belt-high fastball nearly into the visitor’s bullpen in left-center field. Schoop, however, believes he has...
  • Kris Bryant hitless in Triple-A Iowa's loss

    Kris Bryant hitless in Triple-A Iowa's loss
    Chicago Cubs top prospect Kris Bryant was held hitless in four at-bats Friday night as Triple-A Iowa lost at Memphis 8-1. Bryant, 23, who batted .425 with nine home runs in 40 at-bats in spring training, struck out twice. Kris Bryant Third baseman,...
  • Baysox, Bundy taking it slow for now

    Baysox, Bundy taking it slow for now
    Pitcher Dylan Bundy might be the biggest name on the roster of the 2015 Class AA Bowie Baysox. But he's destined for a very small role – at least for the first couple of weeks of the campaign. The Baysox open their season Thursday night at...
  • As Alex Rodriguez Demonstrates, It Takes A Long Time To Judge True Greatness

    As Alex Rodriguez Demonstrates, It Takes A Long Time To Judge True Greatness
    NEW YORK — John Farrell was talking Friday about what it would be like to look out at Yankee Stadium and not see No. 2 in pinstripes. He was talking about how people of the present-day generation always would associate the Yankees with Derek Jeter...
  • Padres new general manager working quickly to turn things around

    Padres new general manager working quickly to turn things around
    A.J. Preller was a fraternity brother and roommate of Jon Daniels when the two attended Cornell, so when Daniels became the Rangers' baseball head in 2003, he soon brought his old friend in to run the team's international and pro scouting. It's always...
  • Four-run seventh, Jerome Williams' solid outing leads Phillies past Nationals

    Four-run seventh, Jerome Williams' solid outing leads Phillies past Nationals
    PHILADELPHIA — Before Friday night's game with the Washington Nationals, manager Ryne Sandberg said one key would be for the Phillies' offense to pick up runs early, allowing starter Jerome Williams to work on getting ground balls and maybe making...
  • Pirates beat Brewers, 6-2

    MILWAUKEE Neil Walker and the middle of the Pirates' lineup found a rhythm Friday. Walker had three hits, Pedro Alvarez and Starling Marte homered, and the Pirates beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 6-2, to win their first game of the season. The Brewers...
  • Reserves help Phillies beat Nationals, 4-1

    PHILADELPHIA The umpiring crew took its time to get out to home plate Friday night. The Phillie Phanatic noted the umps' tardiness, shaking his head in mock disgust and pointing to the imaginary watch on his wrist. Eventually, the managers of the two...
  • Rangers' Holland has strain in shoulder, won't throw for at least a month

    ARLINGTON, Texas Derek Holland won't pick up a ball for at least a month with a subscapularis strain of his left shoulder. He's not likely to return to the Rangers' rotation until mid-June at the earliest. Holland, who left Friday's home opener after...
  • Justin Grimm's forearm injury believed to be minor

    Justin Grimm's forearm injury believed to be minor
    DENVER -- Justin Grimm pitched in 73 games last season, including 12 of the Chicago Cubs' first 20 games. Grimm managed to stay off the 15-day disabled list last year, but the Cubs aren't overly worried about his right forearm inflammation that caused...
  • New clocks not noticed much on first full day of MLB season

    What clock? The new digital timers tracking between-inning breaks and pitching changes did not appear to be noticed much on Monday, the first full day of Major League Baseball's renewed effort to speed the pace of games. "I've never had a problem with...