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  • Nats' Zimmerman OK after leaving game early

    Nats' Zimmerman OK after leaving game early
    VIERA, Fla. (AP) — Washington first baseman Ryan Zimmerman made an early exit after jarring himself diving for a grounder, and the Nationals said he was OK after a 1-1 tie with the split-squad St. Louis Cardinals on Friday. The oft-injured...
  • Nats ace Scherzer looks ready for opener, fans 9 Cards

    Nats ace Scherzer looks ready for opener, fans 9 Cards
    JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Max Scherzer looked amply ready to start on opening day for Washington, striking out nine in six shutout innings during the Nationals' 1-0 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday. Nationals manager Matt Williams...
  • Marlins respond well to double dose of rival aces

    Marlins respond well to double dose of rival aces
    For the second consecutive game, the Marlins faced an elite right-hander from a National League East rival on Wednesday. Matt Harvey made his second his second start for the Mets since Tommy John surgery on his elbow. The day before the Marlins...
  • Giants' Madison Bumgarner ready for scrutiny after historic Series

     Giants' Madison Bumgarner ready for scrutiny after historic Series
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Two batters into spring training, Giants ace Madison Bumgarner had already given up more runs than he allowed in 21 innings during last year's World Series. A two-run home run by the A's Marcus Semien made the Series MVP look...
  • Valparaiso women's tennis a success in the classroom

    The match results may not show it, but Valparaiso women's tennis coach Traci Young has observed steady improvement from the program in recent seasons. The Crusaders finished last season 2-21, but did earn the first Horizon League victory in program...
  • Astros, Nationals plan to move to Palm Beach County in 2017

    Astros, Nationals plan to move to Palm Beach County in 2017
    Central Florida's spring baseball menu will lose two big items in 2017. The Houston Astros and Washington Nationals will move to a shared Palm Beach facility that year, Gov. Rick Scott's office announced Wednesday. The Astros have trained at Osceola...
  • Sox look great on paper—is that enough to win it all?

    Sox look great on paper—is that enough to win it all?
    At one point this offseason, the White Sox had the spotlight to themselves in Chicago. Other than winning the World Series in 2005, I don't think that has happened before. Even though the shine didn't last long, it showed that the team was serious about...
  • On The Fly: Ex Bucs QB Johnson Says He Paid To Get Balls Right

    On The Fly: Ex Bucs QB Johnson Says He Paid To Get Balls Right
    Former Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson told the Tampa Bay Times that he paid $7,500 to have the balls used in Super Bowl XXXVII scuffed up. "I paid some guys off to get the balls right," Johnson said. "I went and got all 100 footballs, and they took...
  • Max Scherzer, Nationals agree to $210M, 7-year deal: report

    Max Scherzer, Nationals agree to $210M, 7-year deal: report
    WASHINGTON -- Sure seems as if Max Scherzer and his wife now will be able to afford to buy themselves at least one of those nonstick baking sheets they were hoping to receive as a wedding gift. Or even a few million of 'em. The 2013 AL Cy Young...
  • Price gets $19.75 million as 95 in MLB arbitration settle

    Price gets $19.75 million as 95 in MLB arbitration settle
    NEW YORK — Detroit left-hander David Price set a record for the highest one-year contract for a player in salary arbitration, agreeing to a $19.75 million deal as 95 players reached agreements on the busiest day of baseball's offseason. Several...
  • Nationals sign Carp to minor league deal

    Already lacking left-handed bats off the bench and suddenly in need of more outfield depth because of Jayson Werth's unexpected shoulder surgery, the Washington Nationals added a player with the potential to fill both needs Tuesday. Washington signed...