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3 to get ready: MLB clubs, colleges set stage

Major League Baseball is back in action, and the schedule is filling up quickly. Today, the Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies will play in Spring Training exhibitions.
MLB.com

Rockies have mixed feelings about MLB nixing intentional walk pitches. “It’s stupid,” Dustin Garneau said.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Rockies hitters were gifted 35 free passes to first base last season. Their intentional walks accounted for 140 lobbed pitches from opposing teams. This season, though, those..
Denver Post

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News video: John Lackey billboard is up at Blackburn Field

John Lackey billboard is up at Blackburn Field

Celebrates 3-time World Series Champion and AHS graduate John Lackey
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News video: B.S. Report: February 22nd

B.S. Report: February 22nd

Bill says the Braves are loading up on pitching, the same way those legendary Braves' teams had success in the 1990s.
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Spring in bloom: 3 games set for Thursday

Major League Baseball is back in action, and the schedule is filling up quickly. On Thursday, the Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies will play in Spring Training exhibitions.
MLB.com

Don Mattingly says reversing the tolerance for strikeouts would speed play

Miami Marlins coach Don Mattingly would like changes that focus on adding excitement.
FOX Sports

Colby Rasmus' disgusting beard didn't last long enough to feel the internet's wrath

A warning to athletes — be wary of outlandish facial hair. It could lead to an internet trolling extravaganza.  Just ask Colby Rasmus, who showed up to MLB Spring Training this camp sporting a..
Mashable

Healthy A.J. Pollock aims to exceed 2015 breakout season

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) One of the best facts about this year's Arizona Diamondbacks: A.J. Pollock is back, healthy, and confident he can exceed the breakout season he put together in 2015.
FOX Sports

MLB is 'improving' intentional walks, but you'll miss the old way more than you think

MLB is set to alter the way intentional walks are issued, and that's too bad
CBS Sports

Chavez sees plus, minus to IBB change

As part of its ongoing efforts to quicken the pace of play, Major League Baseball is expected to implement a rule change this season that will eliminate the four-pitch intentional walk and replace it..
MLB.com

MLB: Five Perplexing Facts You Never Knew

The game of baseball is hands down the most statistically advanced sport we know today. With so much coverage, you would think we would know everything by now. However, there are some MLB stats that..
FOX Sports

Shields still going, hits re-set button for White Sox

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) No one in Chicago White Sox camp is happier for a new season than James Shields.
FOX Sports

MLB Has the Right Idea with the Intentional Walk

For some bizarre reason, the idea of eliminating the four pitches required for an intentional walk is causing a stir amongst MLB fans. Really people?Let's face it, some of the ideas put forth by the..
FOX Sports

Brewers get close glimpse of future in spring training

PHOENIX (AP) Corey Ray, Lewis Brinson and Jacob Nottingham, tucked in the corner of the Milwaukee Brewers clubhouse, are among the top prospects in baseball but still have a ways to go before breaking..
FOX Sports

Marte ready to take over in center field for Pirates

BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) Starling Marte, the guy displacing Andrew McCutchen in center field for the Pittsburgh Pirates this year, hasn't played the position regularly since the minor leagues.
FOX Sports

Faster play: how pro baseball commissioner hopes to speed up America's pastime

Despite reluctance on the part of the players' union, Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred says he is considering rule changes beginning in 2018.
Christian Science Monitor

Jeter takes top Yankees prospects to dinner

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Top New York Yankees prospects met Derek Jeter for dinner.
FOX Sports

MLB’s rule change forgets that baseball takes as long as it needs

After a long winter without baseball, it’s worth questioning leadership that keeps proposing increasingly bizarre ways to condense this game – like omitting the four-pitch intentional walk
Globe and Mail

MLB in Talks to Livestream Games on Facebook

After the success Twitter saw in its Thursday Night Football livestreams, Facebook is reportedly in talks to livestream one MLB game a week during the upcoming season, per a Reuters report.As the..
FOX Sports

5 ways MLB is trying to get younger fans interested in baseball


MarketWatch

Prospects impress at International Showcase

Orlando Cabrera, who played parts of 15 seasons in the Major Leagues, is in the Dominican Republic this week with teenage infield prospect Fabian Pertuz, who is participating in the sixth annual Major..
MLB.com

Technology › Facebook in talks to live stream one MLB game per week

Facebook Inc is in talks with Major League Baseball to live stream one game per week during the upcoming season, which could be a key win as the social media platform works to offer more live sports,..
Japan Today


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