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Spring Training

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  • Matt Harvey Stands His Ground Against Yankees

    Matt Harvey Stands His Ground Against Yankees
    NEW YORK — Terry Collins knew it was coming. He couldn't let himself care. He most certainly didn't allow himself to seriously consider what Matt Harvey had to say after Collins had made the long walk out to the pitcher's mound at Yankee Stadium....
  • Anthony Vasquez has his health and perspective back in Philadelphia Phillies organization

    A year after struggling in his first — and to date, his only — Major League promotion, Anthony Vasquez had his 2012 season with Seattle's Triple-A affiliate in Tacoma, Washington, cut short by left rotator cuff inflammation. The 6-foot, 195-...
  • Scott Baker, not Joe Wieland, to start for Dodgers on Sunday

    Scott Baker, not Joe Wieland, to start for Dodgers on Sunday
    Right-hander Scott Baker will be promoted from triple-A Oklahoma City on Sunday to start for the Dodgers in their series finale against the San Diego Padres, Manager Don Mattingly said. The Times previously reported that the Dodgers were expected to call...
  • Notes: Buck Showalter returns from memorial service; Wieters to catch Monday in Sarasota

    Notes: Buck Showalter returns from memorial service; Wieters to catch Monday in Sarasota
    Orioles bench coach John Russell managed the team Saturday night against the Boston Red Sox — for a few innings, anyway. Manager Buck Showalter’s father-in-law, Phil McMahan, died of cancer April 9. The manager and his wife, Angela, were...
  • Cubs reliever Zac Rosscup is pitching with confidence

    Cubs reliever Zac Rosscup is pitching with confidence
    CINCINNATI — There was more at stake Friday night for Cubs left-hander Zac Rosscup than there was last April at Yankee Stadium when he struck out Jacoby Ellsbury and left a favorable impression on then-manager Rick Renteria. Rosscup, who was...
  • LEADING OFF: Harvey Day in the Bronx, Hudson at Coors Field

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ HARVEY DAY The New York Mets are taking Harvey Day over the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. All-Star ace Matt Harvey, nursing a sore ankle, tries to put the...
  • Jon Lester, Jonathan Herrera give Cubs plenty to celebrate

    Jon Lester, Jonathan Herrera give Cubs plenty to celebrate
    The post-game celebration late Friday night could be heard outside the visitor’s clubhouse at Great American Ball Park and was reminiscent of a football team winning a playoff game. The Cubs toasted role player Jonathan Herrera with a beer...
  • Jon Lester and offense deliver a bit extra in 11-inning victory over Reds

     Jon Lester and offense deliver a bit extra in 11-inning victory over Reds
    CINCINNATI — The arm strength and sharpness were what the Cubs envisioned in the winter. Now if Jon Lester can find a way to solve Billy Hamilton, the Cubs can feel even better about their high-priced ace. The speedy Hamilton's two hits, three...
  • Kris Bryant hopes service time controversy will result in change

    Kris Bryant hopes service time controversy will result in change
    CINCINNATI — Although Kris Bryant gave vague answers, the Cubs' phenom would like some form of a resolution on the controversy surrounding his assignment to Triple A before the regular season and his promotion that was delayed enough to cost him a...
  • Back issue sends Yelich to Marlins' disabled list

    Back issue sends Yelich to Marlins' disabled list
    MIAMI The back issue that bounced left fielder Christian Yelich in and out of the Marlins' starting lineup during the recently completely 10-game road trip landed him on the sideline Monday. Before opening their three-game series against the Nationals...
  • Jomar Reyes' approach a pleasant surprise in Delmarva, manager says

    Jomar Reyes' approach a pleasant surprise in Delmarva, manager says
    As counterintuitive as it sounds, the goal for a player like Low-A Delmarva third baseman Jomar Reyes isn’t to go up looking to hit home runs. He can, of course — Reyes might have the most raw power in the Orioles’ system despite...