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  • Nats' Scherzer faces new pressures

    Washington's star-studded rotation reports to Florida. Matt Harvey continues his comeback with the Mets. Russell Martin gets a closer look at Toronto's pitching staff. While much of the Northeast and Midwest navigates bitter cold and piles of snow,...
  • Texas Rangers add veteran Ryan Ludwick to outfield mix

    The Rangers on Wednesday signed veteran outfielder Ryan Ludwick to a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training. Ludwick, 36, will go camp with a chance to earn $1.75 million in base salary if he makes the major league...
  • Cubs claim pitcher Drake Britton off waivers

    Cubs claim pitcher Drake Britton off waivers
    The Chicago Cubs claimed left-handed pitcher Drake Britton off waivers from the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday. Britton, 25, was 1-1 with a 2.93 ERA, 21 strikeouts and nine walks over 27 2/3 innings pitched in 25 relief appearances with the Red Sox over...
  • Chris Martin's unusual journey: from pushing appliances to putting on Yankees' pinstripes

    Chris Martin was as far from the bright lights of the major leagues as could be five years ago, working in a warehouse off Interstate 20 in Arlington, Texas, pushing 650-pound Sub-Zero refrigerators onto dollies for deliveries. Drafted twice but never...
  • Seahawks' Russell Wilson bringing his accountability to Rangers camp

    Now that his NFL duties are out of the way, ending nowhere close to the way they should have, Russell Wilson can turn his attention to getting into the best shape of his life for spring training. Wilson will be back at Texas Rangers camp this year, his...
  • Rangers' Fielder finds joy in baseball again through rest, rehab and family

    WINDERMERE, Fla. It begins with a home run. And a celebration. With the score tied at one in the bottom of the 12th inning on a late-summer afternoon, Prince Fielder turns on a flat split-fingered fastball from San Francisco's Merkin Valdez and sends a...
  • At FanFest, Orioles' Chris Davis talks about suspension and his ADHD

    At FanFest, Orioles' Chris Davis talks about suspension and his ADHD
    As reporters crowded around him behind the stage at Saturday’s Orioles FanFest, suspended slugger Chris Davis joked that he was going to “go Marshawn Lynch on you,” a reference to the Seattle Seahawks running back who doesn’t speak...
  • Orioles' Jonathan Schoop hopes slimmer frame adds speed in second season

    Orioles' Jonathan Schoop hopes slimmer frame adds speed in second season
    A year after Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop won the starting job out of spring training and kept it all season long, he is trying to build on his rookie season by slimming down. Orioles manager Buck Showalter told the crowd at FanFest on...
  • Cubs claim Gonzalez Germen off waivers

    Cubs claim Gonzalez Germen off waivers
    The Chicago Cubs are the latest team for reliever Gonzalez German, who was claimed off waivers Friday from the Texas Rangers. Germen, 27, pitched the past two seasons for the New York Mets, posting a 1-2 record and 4.31 ERA in 54 appearances. Germen has...
  • Jesse Crain, Geovany Soto among White Sox non-roster invitees

    White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper isn’t emotional often in his communications, but he texted a few smiley faces to Jesse Crain’s phone when the Sox worked out a minor league deal with the right-handed reliever. Crain, a 10-year major...
  • White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper excited over reinforced staff

    White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper excited over reinforced staff
    Passes for this weekend's SoxFest are sold out and that reflects the White Sox's hopes for 2015 no longer are based on smoke and mirrors. "There's legitimate excitement," longtime pitching coach Don Cooper said Wednesday. "There's legitimate hype."...