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Beat reporter Jenifer Langosch answers fans’ questions in a new edition of the Cardinals Inbox.
Cubs fans can get a head start on purchasing tickets for the 2018 season by buying multi-game packages.
During his extended second-half stint in his rookie season for the Reds, corner outfielder Jesse Winker demonstrated he belongs in a Major League lineup. Meanwhile, Cincinnati’s established corner outfielders — Adam Duvall and Scott Schebler — don’t really deserve to lose their spots to make way for Winker.
For the third time this month, the Reds added a reliever to compete for a spot in their bullpen in 2018. Left-hander Kyle Crockett was claimed off of waivers from the Indians on Monday.
The Brewers claimed oft-injured right-hander Dylan Baker off waivers from the Indians on Monday, pushing Milwaukee’s 40-man roster to capacity.
Continuing their search for left-handed relief options, the Pirates on Monday claimed Sam Moll off waivers from the A’s.
Seven decades of Cardinals players will be represented at the annual St. Louis Baseball Writers’ Dinner, which will celebrate its 60th anniversary by recognizing the organization’s top players from the last several decades.
Jason Loutsch is a huge Cubs fan, so when it came time to name the dark bay colt his Albaugh Family Stable bought at the Keeneland Sales in September 2016, he decided to combine the names of his two favorite players, Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo. It turns out, “Bryzzo” is a winner.
The Brewers’ first offseason acquisition is 30-year-old former A’s reliever Michael Brady, who has agreed to a Minor League contract that includes an invitation to big league Spring Training.
Brewers general manager David Stearns confirmed reports that Minor League infielder Javier Betancourt suffered a non-life-threatening gunshot wound during an incident in Venezuela, and Stearns said MLB security was investigating the matter.
The Reds Community Fund works year-round to reach boys and girls of all backgrounds who not only want to want to play baseball, but also earn achievements away from the field. The fund’s longtime executive director, Charley Frank, was particularly thankful for one day in 2017: June 7.