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Preseason baseball excitement for Royals manager Ned Yost escalates at certain mileposts. More News He's thrilled to arrive at the training facility, smiles when the pitchers and catchers report, and may be happiest when the full squad checks in. The
They're former Yankees, clubhouse neighbors and, potentially, new platoon partners with the Milwaukee Brewers. That gaping hole at first base might be filled in 2014 by lefty Lyle Overbay and righty Mark Reynolds. Each player signed a minor league
But Hughes seems like he's settling in nicely with his new team, getting a fresh start after what he described as a "nightmare" 2013 when he was 4-14 with a 5.19 ERA for the Yanks. He bought a house outside Minneapolis and he's looking forward to
With the Yankees' spring training in full swing and his native Panama set to host a Yanks-Marlins exhibition series next month, Mariano Rivera can be forgiven for feeling the small pang of nostalgia during the first February of life as a retiree...It'
Ariz. (AP) When Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington fills out his lineup card on opening day, he will likely write down the names of players from seven different countries, plus Puerto Rico. Baseball is clearly universal at Texas. "When we're out
The question of what went wrong was a familiar one for the Chicago Cubs last season...Wood was the team's best starting pitcher, going 9-12 on a 66-win team with an ERA of 3.11 in 200 innings pitched...The Cubs are hoping for a repeat from Wood and a
A's right fielder Josh Reddick called it "without a doubt the best play I've ever made." His Oakland teammates seemed to think he might be underselling his on-the-run, glove-over-the-fence, second-inning theft of a potential Mike Morse homer. "That
Tell us Jurickson Profar, Robbie Ross, Nick Tepesch and Michael Kirkman were among 12 players who agreed to terms on one-year deals Wednesday. The others included pitchers Pedro Figueroa, Miles Mikolas, Joseph Ortiz, Ben Rowen, Shawn Tolleson and
Atlanta Braves catcher Christian Bethancourt tags Detroit Tigers' Hernan Perez for the out at home in the ninth inning of a spring training baseball game, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, in Kissimmee, Fla...The game was stopped because of rain with two
Carl Pavano announced he is retiring after a 14-year career in Major League Baseball. Pavano, who last pitched for the Minnesota Twins in 2012, suffered a ruptured spleen along with several complications last winter and missed the entire 2013 season.