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Spring Training

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  • Mike Trout, Johnny Giavotella deliver biggest hits in Angels victory

    Mike Trout, Johnny Giavotella deliver biggest hits in Angels victory
    Mike Trout looked strangely overmatched Tuesday night, going hitless in four at-bats and striking out three times in a loss to the Oakland Athletics. Whatever the Angels center fielder was feeling at the plate, he did not carry it over to Wednesday night....
  • Orioles start fast in empty park, emerge from surreal day with 8-2 win over White Sox

    Orioles start fast in empty park, emerge from surreal day with 8-2 win over White Sox
    When Orioles first baseman Chris Davis slammed a three-run homer over the right-field scoreboard in the first inning Wednesday during an historic afternoon at Camden Yards, there was no wild cheering. There was virtual silence. Crickets, with light...
  • Rays Top Yankees 3-2 In 13 Innings

    Rays Top Yankees 3-2 In 13 Innings
    NEW YORK (AP) — James Loney hit a go-ahead infield single in the 13th inning, and the Tampa Bay Rays outlasted the New York Yankees 3-2 Wednesday to avoid a three-game sweep. New York's Alex Rodriguez remained one home run shy of tying Willie Mays...
  • Grimm, Ramirez not close to returning

    Grimm, Ramirez not close to returning
    Some of the optimism surrounding the Chicago Cubs' playoff chances in 2015 stems from the strong possibility they'll regain the services of relievers Justin Grimm and Neil Ramirez at some point. But it doesn't appear it will be anytime soon, as both...
  • Nationals pound Braves, 13-4, take series

    ATLANTA After Dan Uggla stuck a dagger in the Braves Tuesday, the guy who beat them with his bat Wednesday was an even more improbable source for a three-run hit. Pitcher Jordan Zimmermann, who had three RBIs in the previous two seasons combined, had a...
  • Cubs cleared of tampering charges with Joe Maddon

    Cubs cleared of tampering charges with Joe Maddon
    The Chicago Cubs were cleared Wednesday of charges by the Tampa Bay Rays that they tampered in their pursuit of manager Joe Maddon. Major League Baseball issued a statement indicating they completed their investigation that took nearly six months and...
  • Orioles top White Sox 8-2 at empty Camden Yards

    The cheers from the small group of Orioles fans gathered outside the locked gates beyond center field echoed throughout an empty Camden Yards every time the home team scored a run. There was no roar of the crowd inside the ballpark on this surreal day....
  • Mets, Astros, A-Rod highlight first month

    From the Amazin' Mets to A-Rod smacking homers, it's been a wacky first month in the majors. The Astros are surprise division leaders while the defending champion Giants and underachieving Nationals are last. The Brewers — not the Phillies or Twins...
  • Fernandez fired up about finally facing hitters

    Fernandez fired up about finally facing hitters
    Wearing a T-shirt bearing the mantra, "Trust the process," Jose Fernandez beamed as he prepared to take the next significant step in the journey back from Tommy John surgery. That will come Thursday at 9 a.m. at the Marlins' complex in Jupiter when...
  • Dom Brown 'cool' with his situation with the Philadelphia Phillies

    Dom Brown 'cool' with his situation with the Philadelphia Phillies
    Dom Brown didn't need time to cool down. He said there was no shouting match when he was told Tuesday by Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. that he was staying in Triple-A until his swing was right. All it took was food. "I felt good about [Amaro]...
  • Legislature OKs allowing Palm Beach County stadium

    Legislature OKs allowing Palm Beach County stadium
    After getting the "go" sign from the Florida Legislature Wednesday, Palm Beach County's push for a new baseball stadium is rounding third and heading for home. State lawmakers removed a big hurdle to the $135 million stadium deal by easing restrictions...