3/28/2014 | No doubt in Tigers' minds that Miggy is deserving
While Miguel Cabrera's record-setting contract created a stir around baseball, it was probably no surprise that the reaction was different in Tigers circles.
3/28/2014 | Results aside, Hughes ready for regular season
By the time the last week of Spring Training rolls around, the main goal for most players is to get through the rest of the spring and into the start of the regular season healthy. Twins right-hander Phil Hughes is no different.
3/28/2014 | Miller to start at shortstop as Mariners make cuts
Brad Miller left little to chance this spring, putting together a tremendous Cactus League season to win Seattle's starting shortstop job, a decision that became final Friday when the club optioned Nick Franklin to Triple-A Tacoma.
3/28/2014 | Weaver out to prove ace label suits him well
When the Angels face the Mariners at Angel Stadium on Monday night at 7:05 PT, right-hander Jered Weaver will be making his sixth Opening Day start -- fifth in a row -- to pass Mike Witt for the most in franchise history. And few savor those big moments more than Weaver.
3/28/2014 | Doubront pleased with final Grapefruit League start
After two straight rough outings, Felix Doubront rebounded in the Red Sox's 4-0 win over the Twins on Friday, proving he's ready for the regular season to begin.
3/28/2014 | Bedard re-signs with Rays on Minor League pact
The Rays have re-signed Erik Bedard to a Minor League deal. The left-hander will report to Triple-A Durham. Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon expressed happiness about the veteran being back in the fold.
3/28/2014 | MLB, MLBPA agree to improve joint drug program
Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association have agreed on significant enhancements to the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, including more frequent testing and harsher penalties for players who intentionally use performance-enhancing substances.
3/28/2014 | Right lat strain sends Fister to disabled list
Nationals right-hander Doug Fister will start the 2014 season on the 15-day disabled list because of a right lat strain. Right-handers Tanner Roark and Taylor Jordan will make the team and be in the starting rotation.
3/28/2014 | Tulowitzki reflects on boyhood idol Jeter's legacy
Troy Tulowitzki grew up watching, studying and idolizing Derek Jeter. When he finally got a chance to meet the Yankees' captain, it played out just like he hoped.
3/28/2014 | Rangers claim catcher Gimenez off waivers
The Rangers have claimed catcher Chris Gimenez off waivers from the Athletics and designated left-handed pitcher Michael Kirkman for assignment.
3/28/2014 | Raines thrilled with game's return to Montreal
Nine and a half years after baseball bid Montreal adieu, it has returned for a visit. The Blue Jays' camp has ventured north before setting sail on the regular season, closing out Spring Training with a two-game set against the Mets at Olympic Stadium, the Expos' longtime home.
3/28/2014 | Gibbons to play regulars in Mets series
John Gibbons plans to start his regulars in both exhibition games vs. New York, including Jose Reyes, who has been out since Saturday with a mild strain in his left hamstring.
3/28/2014 | Buehrle ready for season after final tuneup
Mark Buehrle made his fourth appearance of the spring on Friday night, giving up two runs on four hits while striking out two and walking one in four innings against the Mets.
3/28/2014 | Quintanilla gets nod over Seratelli
Though Anthony Seratelli was Terry Collins' "ideal guy" to serve as the backup middle infielder, Seratelli was unable to make the team. Barring a last-minute injury or trade, Omar Quintanilla will serve as the backup shortstop and second baseman.
3/28/2014 | Standing-room-only tickets released for opener
The Mets on Friday released a limited supply of standing-room-only tickets for Opening Day at Citi Field.
3/28/2014 | Rogers Inbox: Will White Sox pursue top arm?
MLB.com columnist Phil Rogers answers questions about whether the White Sox will go after a top free-agent pitcher, the Cubs' top prospects and more.
3/28/2014 | Understanding the cap in one-day fantasy game
The future of fantasy baseball is here. The Official Mini Fantasy Game of MLB.com is set to begin on Monday, giving you an entirely new way to approach the game -- and win real prizes in the process.
3/28/2014 | Moore: Kasten has no peer in sports
Stan Kasten is peerless at his craft, not only in the Major Leagues, but in professional sports, and I'm talking about the history of professional sports.
3/28/2014 | Six Phillies to open season on disabled list
The Phillies placed six players, including Cole Hamels, Freddy Galvis and Darin Ruf, on the 15-day disabled list on Friday.
3/28/2014 | D-backs' Hernandez has torn UCL
Right-hander reliever David Hernandez has a torn ulnar collateral ligament and will need to undergo Tommy John surgery.
3/28/2014 | Sizemore to start Opening Day for Red Sox
Grady Sizemore, who hasn't played in a big league game since Sept. 22, 2011, was named the Red Sox's Opening Day center fielder over No. 3 prospect Jackie Bradley Jr. on Friday morning.
3/28/2014 | CC ready, eager to shoulder load for Yankees
CC Sabathia will have the ball in his left hand on Tuesday in Houston, marking his 11th career Opening Day start and his sixth with the Yankees, tying Lefty Gomez and placing Sabathia one short of a club record shared by Whitey Ford, Mel Stottlemyre and Ron Guidry.
3/28/2014 | Fernandez: Opening Day start 'means everything'
With his grandmother in the stands, Jose Fernandez will officially become the youngest starting pitcher in Marlins' history.
3/28/2014 | De La Rosa aims to constructively channel emotions
As successful as Rockies left-handed pitcher Jorge De La Rosa is in his confrontations with opponents -- two 16-win seasons stand as proof -- the more evenly matched battle is with his red-hot emotions. Now, Colorado's Opening Day starter is ready to use his fire to help him succeed on the mound.
3/28/2014 | Opening Day starter Hernandez a model of consistency
Felix Hernandez will take the ball Monday night in Anaheim, becoming the first pitcher in Major League history to make seven Opening Day starts before turning 28.
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