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Spring Training

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Top Spring Training Articles

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  • Chris Denorfia's hamstring causes roster issue for Cubs

    Chris Denorfia's hamstring causes roster issue for Cubs
    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Chris Denorfia hasn't played since March 17, and he might not appear in another game until the end of spring training because of a left hamstring injury. Denorfia's status could cause the Chicago Cubs to wait until the morning of...
  • Yasiel Puig's big day leads Dodgers to 9-5 spring training win

    Yasiel Puig's big day leads Dodgers to 9-5 spring training win
    Dodgers 9, San Diego 5 AT THE PLATE: Yasiel Puig hit a ball out of Camelback Ranch, his first-inning home run off Jason Lane hitting the Dodgers' administrative building adjacent to the spring-training stadium. The home run was the fourth of the...
  • Cubs RHP Edwin Jackson goes to wrong spring training park

    Edwin Jackson might have had a better day if he never found his way to work. The Cubs right-hander was scratched from his scheduled start Tuesday when he went to the wrong ballpark, then gave up eight runs when he finally found the right mound in...
  • Tough Jam: Cubs pitcher winds up at wrong park, misses start

    Some pitchers have trouble finding the plate. Edwin Jackson of the Chicago Cubs had a much bigger problem: He couldn't find the ballpark. Jackson missed his spring training start Tuesday against the A's when he drove to the wrong stadium. Fitting, too &#...
  • Mike Schmidt's broadcast duties to expand with Phillies this season

    Mike Schmidt's broadcast duties to expand with Phillies this season
    Mike Schmidt will join the Philadelphia Phillies' broadcast team for 26 games this season, Comcast announced Wednesday. Schmidt, the Hall of Fame third baseman, will double his appearances from 2014, when he was part of the Sunday broadcast team....
  • Kelly's keeping his Eagles' vision to himself

    Kelly's keeping his Eagles' vision to himself
    Speaking at the NFL's owners meetings in Phoenix, Eagles coach Chip Kelly repeated that he doesn't believe moving into position to draft Marcus Mariota in the NFL draft is realistic and said he has a vision for the organization — which he declined...
  • There's much that bears watching regarding Cubs and White Sox

    There's much that bears watching regarding Cubs and White Sox
    MESA, Ariz. — Devoted Cubs fan George McCaskey, representing the Bears at the NFL owners meetings a few cacti down the road, took advantage of the boondoggle to attend a weekend spring-training game at Sloan Park. Did McCaskey see a Cubs team...
  • Orioles' Wei-Yin Chen pitches well again

    Orioles' Wei-Yin Chen pitches well again
    Orioles lefty Wei-Yin Chen could have easily pitched into the sixth inning on Wednesday afternoon against the Toronto Blue Jays at Ed Smith Stadium. But his goal was to get through five innings – and he did that easily and efficiently. “...
  • LEADING OFF: Converted outfielder Jason Lane to pitch

    A look at what's happening around spring training in Florida and Arizona today: ___ CONVERTED OUTFIELDER Former outfielder Jason Lane gets the starting nod for the Padres against the Dodgers. The 38-year-old lefty is pitching in place of right-hander...
  • Who else thinks Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu won't last the season?

    Who else thinks Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu won't last the season?
    Somewhat lost in all the hubbub of the Dodgers signing Cuban Hector Olivera for $62.5 million Tuesday was the health update on Hyun-Jin Ryu. Which basically was, he’s the same as he was before. He’ll be rested for two weeks and rehab the...
  • Talking A-Rod, spring training with the Baseball Project's Scott McCaughey

    Talking A-Rod, spring training with the Baseball Project's Scott McCaughey
    Rock guitarist Scott McCaughey speaks with considered reverence about baseball, its traditions and strategies, and the experience of watching a game in person, including his first game, an Arizona spring-training contest at age 8 or 9 that left him with...