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Spring Training

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  • Mancini feels at home with Baysox

    Mancini feels at home with Baysox
    A lthough he was born and raised in Belle Haven, Florida, and eventually played college baseball at Notre Dame, Bowie Baysox first baseman Trey Mancini recalls spending happy summer days at Prince George's Stadium as a youngster. The stadium is not...
  • Bob Brookover: Hamels can help himself and Phillies by accepting trade to contender

    NEW YORK Cole Hamels deserved better and he deserves better. After the Phillies put up 22 runs in their previous two games, the offense reverted to its 2015 form in the series finale Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium. That meant no run support for...
  • Left-hander Andrew Heaney shows promise in first start with Angels

    Left-hander Andrew Heaney shows promise in first start with Angels
    Andrew Heaney entered his first spring training with the Angels hoping to win the fifth rotation spot but wound up pitching his way to triple-A, going 1-2 with a 7.03 earned-run average in six exhibition games in which he allowed 19 runs and 29 hits,...
  • Angels call up Andrew Heaney to start against Astros on Wednesday

    Angels call up Andrew Heaney to start against Astros on Wednesday
    The Angels have called up top pitching prospect Andrew Heaney from triple-A Salt Lake, and the 24-year-old left-hander will make his Angels debut against the American League West-leading Houston Astros in Angel Stadium on Wednesday. Heaney, acquired...
  • Cubs hope to sustain winning experience

    Cubs hope to sustain winning experience
    After playing a role in three pennant races with three teams, Jason Hammel wasn’t about to get too far ahead of himself in assessing the Chicago Cubs’ playoff aspirations. “We got three months to go,” Hammel said late Tuesday...
  • Braves relievers Vizcaino, McKirahan near end of PED suspensions

    WASHINGTON Reliever Arodys Vizcaino, serving an 80-game suspension for use of performance-enhancing drugs, has begun a minor league rehab assignment and could be added to the Braves bullpen as soon as July 4, the first day he's eligible. Rookie left-...
  • White Sox Q&A: Trades, farm system, Robin Ventura and more

    White Sox Q&A: Trades, farm system, Robin Ventura and more
    In 1983, when the White Sox finished the season with 99 wins, the team's record after 61 games was 29-32, which was only one win better than the 28-33 record the team had on the morning of June 15 this year. However, on June 15, 1983, when the Sox started...
  • Diamondbacks topple the Angels, 7-3

    Diamondbacks topple the Angels, 7-3
    KEY MOMENT: The Angels used a Kyle Kubitza single, a Diamondbacks error, a walk, a wild pitch and Mike Trout’s two-run double off Addison Reed to score three runs to pull to within 5-3 in the eighth inning. Albert Pujols, who has 10 homers in 17...
  • Oscar Hernandez wants to take advantage of injury rehab with Cougars

    Oscar Hernandez wants to take advantage of injury rehab with Cougars
    Oscar Hernandez spent 2014 in the Midwest League, hitting .249 for Bowling Green in the Tampa Bay organization. "I was playing in low Class A," Hernandez said. "I never imagined I would play in the big leagues the next year. For me, it's a big...
  • Dodgers can only find safety behind the 'marathon' talk for so long

    Dodgers can only find safety behind the 'marathon' talk for so long
    So the baseball-is-a-long-season speech was getting a lot of play in the Dodgers' clubhouse after the Giants beat them Saturday for the ninth time in 11 games. "We still have to play over 90 games," said catcher Yasmani Grandal. "It's a marathon,"...
  • Adam LaRoche's remarkable father-son baseball story

    Adam LaRoche's remarkable father-son baseball story
    On game days, Drake LaRoche can often be found inside the White Sox clubhouse, hanging out at his locker or with players watching TV before heading out to shag balls during batting practice. All of this is routine for a player in the daily hours-long...