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Spring Training

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  • Bulked-up Angels ace Jered Weaver looks to pitch deeper in games

    Bulked-up Angels ace Jered Weaver looks to pitch deeper in games
    Fans of Angels ace Jered Weaver will have a little more to love in 2015. The lanky 6-foot-7 right-hander, whose weight dipped to as low as 199 pounds last season, has bulked up to 224 pounds this winter, six pounds heavier than he’s ever been....
  • Angels' Josh Hamilton sets lofty goals after disappointing 2014

    Angels' Josh Hamilton sets lofty goals after disappointing 2014
    Josh Hamilton didn’t hesitate Sunday when asked to list his personal expectations for 2015. “I’m going to say .300, 30 and 100,” the Angels left fielder said, referring to average, home runs and runs batted in. “Keep it...
  • Avisail Garcia lightens up -- on the pounds that is

     Avisail Garcia lightens up -- on the pounds that is
    There are many words being used to describe Avisail Garcia, the Venezuelan-born outfielder who has garnered comparisons to Miguel Cabrera. Ask the White Sox slugger right now, though, and he might undersell himself a bit. "I'm skinny," Garcia said at...
  • Ernie Banks' legacy secure as a uniter transcending racial barriers

    Ernie Banks' legacy secure as a uniter transcending racial barriers
    Ernie Banks didn't call me back last week. I left voice messages, e-mailed him, sent him a text. That certainly wasn't like Ernie. He missed last weekend's Cubs Convention, and I wanted to do a well-being check on my longtime friend. He always would...
  • Red Sox Players Bonding At Baseball Winter Weekend

    MASHANTUCKET — With a hangover season in 2014 following a World Series crown in '13 — a second last-place finish in the AL East in three years — Red Sox ownership and management knew that most areas of the roster would need to be...
  • Top Phillies prospect Franco is going to get advice from legends

    Top Phillies prospect Franco is going to get advice from legends
    If these players were in their prime and in red and white pinstripes, the Phillies would not be going through a rebuilding process: Mike Schmidt, Ryne Sandberg, Larry Bowa, Charlie Manuel, Juan Samuel, Steve Henderson and John Mizerock. They are not...
  • White Sox add Vince Coleman as base-running instructor

    White Sox add Vince Coleman as base-running instructor
    The Chicago White Sox have added Vince Coleman to their staff as a base-running instructor who will begin work with the club in spring training. Coleman led the National League in stolen bases six times in his career, including when he topped 100 steals...
  • Orioles thoughts and observations on Dan Duquette, arbitration and Daniel Rodriguez

    Orioles thoughts and observations on Dan Duquette, arbitration and Daniel Rodriguez
    As Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette’s future with the organization remains in question, he and manager Buck Showalter will spend the weekend on the offseason banquet circuit. Showalter will attend the Baseball Writers' Association...
  • For ebullient Ernie Banks, day at the ballpark was a day in paradise

    For ebullient Ernie Banks, day at the ballpark was a day in paradise
    Ernie Banks didn't invent day baseball or help build Wrigley Field. He just made the idea of playing a baseball game under the sun at the corner of Clark and Addison streets sound like a day in paradise, win or lose. That optimistic attitude, from a...
  • White Sox's 2005 World Series champions relive memories at SoxFest

    White Sox's 2005 World Series champions relive memories at SoxFest
    Steve Perry's voice sneaked quietly from a speaker in a lower-level ballroom Friday afternoon at the Hilton Chicago. Nearby, two men put final touches on a floor sticker commemorating the 2005 World Series champion White Sox. Then the past collided with...
  • White Sox in no particular hurry for Carlos Rodon to join rotation

    White Sox in no particular hurry for Carlos Rodon to join rotation
    Don Cooper watched Carlos Rodon throw a half-dozen pitches Thursday before his mind was made up. "This is early, but the first thing I knew right away, and the first thing I can tell Chicago White Sox fans: We're going to have another good one coming...