Orioles center fielder Adam Jones returns from the World Baseball Classic with a burnished reputation as one of the game's stars and great leaders, owed in part to the front-man role he played for the title-winning United States team.
Anibal Sanchez is making a late bid to be the Detroit Tigers' fifth starter. He threw six no-hit innings in a spring training start against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday, but the Detroit Tigers went on to lose, 5-4, at LECOM Park.
Astros manager A.J. Hinch will have to wait at least one more day to get his full lineup into a Grapefruit League game.Shortstop Carlos Correa, back with the Astros after the World Baseball Classic, has midsection soreness brought on by extensive coughing.
The Texas Rangers continued their springtime tradition of agreeing to contract extensions with core members of the team by reaching an agreement with second baseman Rougned Odor on a reported six-year deal worth $49.5 million.
The bond uniting Marlins fans through all the years and fire sales and ownership maneuverings is anger. Raw, even blow-torch-hot anger. It's all many Marlins fans have, right? Which makes this story so great.
The state Attorney General’s office is looking into the finances of A.C. Flora High School’s cash-flush booster club. The club, along with the school’s championship-caliber baseball team, have until March 13 to provide the attorney general reams of financial and other records or face losing its status as a charity, which means donors could no longer deduct contributions from their taxes, according to a letter from Attorney General Alan Wilson’s office.
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