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Jays’ Michael Saunders Out Until Break

Toronto Blue Jays left fielder Michael Saunders stepped on a sprinkler while shagging fly balls Wednesday, tearing cartilage in his left knee and sidelining him until the All-Star break.

Yu Darvish

Rangers’ Darvish Faces First Hitters Since August

Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish faced hitters for the first time since last August, throwing 30 pitches against teammates during batting practice Wednesday.

Josh Hamilton

Angels’ Josh Hamilton Suffered Relapse

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton was suspended from 2004-2006 for cocaine use and alcohol abuse. He now finds himself in a sad, similar situation.


How Will This Year’s Rays Team Match Up In The AL East?

Steve Kinsella On The Strong Rays Pitching Staff And Batting Lineup Against The AL East Our own Steve Kinsella joined Tom Veit today to talk Rays Spring Training and how this Rays pitching staff & lineup will set up


Mariano Rivera To Work As Yankees Spring Training Instructor

Mariano Rivera Isn’t Done With The Yankees Just Yet Mariano Rivera is back with the New York Yankees as a guest spring training instructor. Rivera, baseball’s career saves leader, arrived at Steinbrenner Field on Wednesday. He retired as a

David Ortiz

David Ortiz Has Something To Say About New Pace Of Game Rules

Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz isn't happy with Major League Baseball's new pace of game rules. He especially took offense to the "one foot in the box" rule.


Cuban Sensation Moncada Arrives At Red Sox Facility

Yoan Moncada has arrived at the spring training offices of the Boston Red Sox.

Giancarlo Stanton

Giancarlo Stanton Graces Cover of Sports Illustrated

Giancarlo Stanton has fully recovered from his injury last season, and he’s showing off his body in the new issue of Sports Illustrated. Giancarlo Stanton may just be the new face AND body of MLB. On cover of SI

Rob Manfred

Major League Baseball’s “Young” Ideas

For years, Major League Baseball has had an image problem and possibly a demographics deficiency. MLB is thought to have an older male audience that still clings to the days of Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays and Hank Aaron and


Girardi “Anticipated” First Base Discussions With Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez may yet find himself playing first base with the New York Yankees this season.