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Spring Training

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  • Cubs' Dallas Beeler on rehab trail

    Cubs' Dallas Beeler on rehab trail
    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Cubs right-hander Dallas Beeler has been relegated to bullpen sessions this spring and wasn't sure when he would pitch in an exhibition game. "I'm justĀ getting the arm back in shape and buildingĀ the strength back up," Beeler said...
  • Orioles catcher Matt Wieters bothered by elbow tendinitis

    Baltimore catcher Matt Wieters has elbow tendinitis following his return from Tommy John surgery and won't play until at least Sunday. The three-time All-Star caught six innings Tuesday against Minnesota in his first game behind the plate since elbow...
  • Baseball 2015 season preview

    Baseball 2015 season preview
    Pioneer Press breaks down the Mundelein, Carmel, Vernon Hills, Stevenson, Lake Zurich, Buffalo Grove, Lake Forest, Deerfield, Highland Park and Barrington baseball teams. Lake Forest A youth movement from a year ago is set to evolve into serious...
  • Kris Bryant defends Scott Boras, appreciative of Tom Ricketts

    Kris Bryant defends Scott Boras, appreciative of Tom Ricketts
    With a 6-foot-5 frame and an ability to hit tape-measure home runs, Kris Bryant easily is one of the most noticeable players in the Chicago Cubs' spring training camp. But Bryant's presence has taken a back seat to issues regarding why he hasn't already...
  • Joe Maddon counsels Kris Bryant over agent-ownership service time flap

    Joe Maddon counsels Kris Bryant over agent-ownership service time flap
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Joe Maddon's resume includes nine seasons as major league manager and more than 14 years in player development, as well as being a father and a grandparent. Wednesday, Maddon's people skills were instrumental as he did his best...
  • Adrian Nieto, Matt Davidson among first White Sox roster moves of camp

    Adrian Nieto, Matt Davidson among first White Sox roster moves of camp
    GOODYEAR, Ariz. — The White Sox didn’t enter spring training with many roster decisions to make, but nearly a month into camp general manager Rick Hahn remains confident he has the tools he needs to make those still looming — from second...
  • AP PHOTOS: MLB teams break out green for St. Patrick's Day

    Many Major League Baseball teams at spring training followed their annual tradition of wearing green jerseys and hats at spring training for St. Patrick's Day. The Detroit Tigers went for matching caps and jerseys, while the New York Mets combined...
  • Darvish elbow surgery goes as expected with no complications

    Yu Darvish had his season-ending elbow surgery Tuesday, when the torn ligament from the Texas Rangers ace's right arm was replaced with a tendon from his forearm. The Rangers said Dr. James Andrews reported elbow ligament-replacement surgery went as...
  • You have to look past the Orioles' spring training record

    You have to look past the Orioles' spring training record
    The Orioles will reach the mathematical halfway point in the Grapefruit League exhibition season on Wednesday and one characteristic of last year's team remains very much in evidence. Team Counterintuitive is at it again. If you were to look at the 4-...
  • Orioles lose again as Twins hit a homer cycle

    Orioles lose again as Twins hit a homer cycle
    The wind was blowing out of Ed Smith Stadium, but it was the Minnesota Twins who took greater advantage of the homer-friendly conditions on the way to a wild 10-9 victory over the Orioles on Tuesday. The Twins homered for the cycle, hitting a solo shot,...
  • Matt Wieters' return behind the plate marks a big day for Orioles

    Matt Wieters' return behind the plate marks a big day for Orioles
    Matt Wieters wanted to make his first Grapefruit League appearance at catcher as normal as possible, but everyone at Ed Smith Stadium knew Tuesday’s game against the Minnesota Twins wasn’t ordinary for Wieters, the Orioles organization or...