His baby face and near constant smile may make him appear younger than his 23 years.
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After getting cleared to play by a cardiologist, Brandon Nimmo could joke.
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Clayton Kershaw struck out four batters without allowing a hit in his spring training debut Friday, the first step toward a possible opening day start for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
... nthony Rendon and Juan Soto of the eventual World Series champion Washington Nationals. took his latest postseason shortfall hard, and was asked if it overshadows ...
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Clayton Kershaw struck out four without allowing a hit in his spring training debut Friday, the first step toward a possible opening-day start for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
by: CHUCK KING — The Washington Times 2h
Zack Greinke wants to sharpen his slider without neglecting his other pitches.
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Johnny Antonelli, a five-time All-Star who was a key pitcher on the World Series-winning New York Giants in 1954, has died. He was 89.
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Adam Conley has pitched in the Miami Marlins’ organization since 2011, which gives him a unique perspective on the quality of their rotation through a decade of losing.
by: MARK DIDTLER — The Washington Times 7h
New York Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton is upset over his latest injury, a strained right calf that could sideline him for opening day.
by: WILL GRAVES — The Washington Times 17h
Jarrod Dyson kept waiting for the phone to ring. As December faded and the hot stove cooled, one thought kept running through the free agent outfielder's mind.
by: STEPHEN HAWKINS — The Washington Times 17h
Shane Bieber and all the young Indians starters have pretty much gotten used to being without stalwarts Corey Kluber and Trevor Bauer in Cleveland's rotation. They got a head start last season on what
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New York Mets fans have been sending the team's general manager money on a popular payment app in a show of disappointment over the club's offseason signings - or lack thereof.
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