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by: N/A — MiLB: Buffalo Bisons 42m
The Blue Jays added some familiar faces to their spring camp roster... some more recent than others. Catcher Patrick Cantwell and infielder Ruben Tejada were among the five signed by Toronto on Monday.
by: Anthony Witrado — Forbes 44m
Felix Hernandez has never pitched in the postseason, but we can hope his time is coming later rather than never.
by: Aaron Gershon — Elite Sports NY 46m
Former New York Mets captain David Wright appears to have no interest in becoming the next manager of the team.
by: David Kaplan — NBC Sports Chicago 48m
The Cubs said they needed change heading into the 2020 season, but are Theo Epstein, Jed Hoyer and David Ross capable of contending with a hole-filled roster?
by: Tim Stebbins — NBC Sports Chicago 49m
The Cubs have largely added low-cost relievers to stockpile potential arms for the big-league bullpen. That trend could soon change, thanks to a familiar face.
by: N/A — Star Tribune 50m
Twins manager Rocco Baldelli says he's not worried about his 2020 starting rotation because a trio of young starters are preparing to step in.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 50m
Stealing signs has been part of baseball's history, but we've entered a new era of high-tech cheating. A few heads have rolled, but what else will MLB do to prevent future scandals? Baseball's integrity is at stake.
by: Daniel Preciado — Dodgers Nation 53m
The Dodgers did not bring in a huge name this off-season, but fared pretty well, regardless. Blake Treinen seems to be the missing piece to the bullpen that has been missing for what seems like ages now. Alex Wood’s work with Driveline Baseball...
by: Associated Press — Sportsnet 58m
Longtime Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez reached a minor league deal with the Atlanta Braves on Monday that includes an invite to big league spring training.
by: Associated Press — ESPN 58m
Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter says he felt he let the team down with a poor performance in 2019 on the heels of signing a $39 million, two-year deal.