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Brian Dozier

Twins, Brian Dozier Agree To 4-Year Deal

Second baseman Brian Dozier and the Minnesota Twins have agreed to a $20 million, four-year contract.

Drew Smyly

Rays Pitching: Will They Hold Up Through Injury?

Roger Mooney On The Rays Pitching Staff Following Spring Training Injuries Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune joined Tom Veit today to talk about the Rays pitching staff following some Spring Training injuries & the season 2 weeks aways.


Countdown to Opening Day: San Diego Padres

Few teams enter 2015 with a more intriguing storyline than the San Diego Padres.  Last year’s team didn’t turn many heads, but this season, after dramatic roster overhaul, San Diego will be one of the most closely followed teams


Obama’s Proposal Won’t End Stadium Subsidies

Stu Sternberg’s quest for a new stadium for his Tampa Bay Rays could get harder if President Barack Obama has his way. In the President’s 2015 budget proposal, there is a provision that would change how stadiums or arenas


Yankees Prospect Pirela Released From Hospital After Wall Crash

New York Yankees prospect Jose Pirela has been released from the hospital after a frightening incident in which he ran into

Asdrubal Cabrera

Rays Name Asdrubal Cabrera Starting Shortstop

The Tampa Bay Rays have declared Asdrubal Cabrera their starting shortstop.


Christian Yelich’s 7-Year, $49.5M Extension Demonstrates Marlins’ New Success Model

How The Yelich Deal Marks A Cost-Effective Staple To The Marlins’ Nucleus And Represents A Model For Sustainable Roster Construction It may look like chump change compared to Giancarlo Stanton’s $325 million, but Christian Yelich’s seven-year, $49.5 million contract

Giancarlo Stanton

Countdown to Opening Day: Miami Marlins

The Miami Marlins are one of those teams that seem to be almost there.  Though last year they finished fourth in the National League East, they have the mix of young talent and veteran free agents to threaten for

Drew Smyly

Drew Smyly Throws Off Mound For First Time In Two Weeks

Some good news came out of the Rays spring training camp Sunday as Drew Smyly threw off a mound for the first time since March 6th.

Joe Maddon

Joe Maddon Is Definitely Comfortable In Cubs’ Camp

Joe Maddon knows there is pressure that comes along with him taking over as the Chicago Cubs manager, but you wouldn't know that if you saw him.