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  • Nationals, Scherzer agree to record contract

    Nationals, Scherzer agree to record contract
    — Max Scherzer will become the highest-paid right-handed pitcher in the major leagues after agreeing to a $210 million, seven-year contract with the Washington Nationals that includes a record $50 million signing bonus. A person familiar with...
  • Orioles closer Zach Britton looking to build on first year as full-time reliever

    Orioles closer Zach Britton looking to build on first year as full-time reliever
    The Orioles avoided arbitration with closer Zach Britton, agreeing to terms Wednesday on a $3.2-million deal for 2015 with an additional $500,000 in performance and award bonuses. It wasn't that long ago that Britton was just fighting for a roster spot....
  • Clayton Kershaw contract looks good after Max Scherzer's deal

    Clayton Kershaw contract looks good after Max Scherzer's deal
    How’s that Clayton Kershaw contract looking now? You know, the record seven-year deal for $220 million he signed a year ago. No pitcher ever has signed for more. Despite the local love for Kershaw, some thought it a tad excessive. Only now comes...
  • CBS' James Brown will receive the Sam Lacy-Wendell Smith Award

    CBS' James Brown will receive the Sam Lacy-Wendell Smith Award
    James Brown, the host of CBS' NFL pregame show "The NFL Today" since 2006 and special correspondent for CBS News, is the winner of the second-annual Sam Lacy-Wendell Smith Award. Given to a sports journalist who has made significant contributions to...
  • Commissioner predicts MASN dispute will end in 'reasonably short order'

    Commissioner predicts MASN dispute will end in 'reasonably short order'
    Baseball’s new commissioner said he believes the dispute between the Orioles and the Washington Nationals over television rights fees can be resolved in “reasonably short order” and he thinks both franchises could host the All-Star...
  • It's time for the Dodgers to go after James Shields

    It's time for the Dodgers to go after James Shields
    Hmmm, are things getting interesting enough for the Dodgers to take a serious run at right-hander James Shields? Certainly looks like it. In which case, they absolutely should. Shields never appealed to me as the great ace he was being marketed as...
  • Palm Beach County approves initial terms for $135 million baseball stadium deal

    Palm Beach County approves initial terms for $135 million baseball stadium deal
    The push to bring more spring training baseball to Palm Beach County is gaining support as county and West Palm Beach officials work toward a $135 million stadium deal. The Houston Astros and Washington Nationals have agreed to hold spring training in...
  • West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County move ahead on stadium deal

    West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County move ahead on stadium deal
    Talks are heating up in the push to strike a deal for a new $135 million stadium that could bring two spring training baseball teams to West Palm Beach. City officials and the Palm Beach County Commission are trying to agree on the basic terms needed...
  • Zack Greinke not sold on Dodgers' winter makeover

    Zack Greinke not sold on Dodgers' winter makeover
    The Dodgers won 94 games last year, repeating as champion of the National League West. They could open the season with a new second baseman, shortstop, catcher and center fielder, with newcomers in 40% of the starting rotation and 50% of the bullpen....
  • D.C. Council approves new United stadium

    D.C. Council approves new United stadium
    Major League Soccer D.C. Council approves new United stadium D.C. United's plans for a new stadium at Buzzard Point were approved unanimously by the D.C. Council on Wednesday after a decade of setbacks. The roughly 20,000-seat venue will bring...
  • Marlins stay local, add Broward County product Morse on two-year deal

    Mike Morse, once a star baseball player at Nova High School, is coming home — to the Marlins. And no one is more excited than the students and coaches at Nova, where the hallways were abuzz with the news on Tuesday afternoon. "I must have gotten...