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Spring Training

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  • LEADING OFF: Reyes to take BP, Kluber goes for 1st win

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ RIB CHECK Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes will take batting practice for first time since cracking a rib on April 27. Reyes is eligible to come off the disabled list today but still must...
  • Kris Bryant's big night for Cubs upstages Noah Syndergaard's debut for Mets

    Kris Bryant's big night for Cubs upstages Noah Syndergaard's debut for Mets
    The Cubs welcome the chance to take their youthful act on a bigger stage, such as nationally televised games. "We need the attention," Anthony Rizzo said. "It's good for us. Just by watching (the postseason), I don't know what it's like. But being at...
  • Mike Sielski: Ex-Phillie Kevin Gross: Tom Brady punishment 'sounds crazy'

    Kevin Gross has spent much of the last two months enjoying his regular bass-fishing trips to the forests and lakes of the American West, never joining the national fixation on Deflategate and his brother in ball-doctoring, Tom Brady. "I don't watch...
  • Orioles observations on Jason Garcia, Mike Wright's possible debut and the latest on Hunter Harvey

    Orioles observations on Jason Garcia, Mike Wright's possible debut and the latest on Hunter Harvey
    Five weeks into the season, the Orioles have to be wondering if they will ever get healthy. After a day when infielder Ryan Flaherty (groin) went back on the disabled list just four days after coming off it, there could be another roster move coming...
  • Orioles pitching prospect Hunter Harvey shelved with elbow tightness

    Orioles pitching prospect Hunter Harvey shelved with elbow tightness
    Orioles pitching prospect Hunter Harvey will be examined by team doctors on Wednesday after experiencing elbow tightness in his most recent start in extended spring training, according to an industry source. Harvey, who was working his way back from a...
  • Dodgers get season-high 21 hits in 11-1 win over Miami Marlins

    Dodgers get season-high 21 hits in 11-1 win over Miami Marlins
    As Giancarlo Stanton rounded the bases at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday night, the fans there did something they rarely do when a visiting player hits a home run. They applauded. Stanton unofficially became the fourth player to ever send a baseball out of...
  • Phillies' demoted Cody Asche said he had his time to be mad about switching position

    Phillies' demoted Cody Asche said he had his time to be mad about switching position
    Cody Asche joked that the baseball gods may have had fun with him with 25-mile-an-hour winds Tuesday night for his left field debut . But he was in no kidding mood the night before when he was told he was making the transition from third base to left...
  • South Sumter baseball advances to 4A state semifinals

    South Sumter (20-6) advanced to the Class 4A state baseball semifinals with a 6-0 win over Bishop Moore (20-9) in a regional final. Isaiah Cullum pitched a five-hit shutout for South Sumter. The senior right-hander struck out seven. The Raiders will...
  • Tillman, three errors send O's to 10-2 loss to Blue Jays

    Tillman, three errors send O's to 10-2 loss to Blue Jays
    The Orioles' return to respectability in the past few years has been led by three tenets that buoyed the organization during its glory years: pitching, defense and the three-run homer. This version can still hit the longball, but much of its troubles...
  • Oviedo overcomes Tallahassee Chiles to advance to 7A state semifinals

    Oviedo overcomes Tallahassee Chiles to advance to 7A state semifinals
    The Oviedo High School baseball team avenged back-to-back region title game losses to Tallahassee Chiles on Tuesday to advance to the Class 7A state final four. The host Lions (23-5) scored three runs in the first inning before riding a stout pitching...
  • Tony LaRussa among Arizona Diamondbacks' management to visit Cougars

    Tony LaRussa among Arizona Diamondbacks' management to visit Cougars
    There are many ways that Arizona Diamondbacks director of player development Mike Bell can do his job, especially with the available technology in 2015. Bell prefers to do things the old-fashioned way, however, which led to his second trip to Kane...