Phillies pitchers and catchers hold their first workout Wednesday in Clearwater. About a dozen Phillies employees packed up the truck, which will travel 1,058 miles through eight states before arriving in Florida on Sunday.
The 2018 Nationals will not look much different than the team that finished the ’17 season. After all, when a team wins 97 games and a second straight division championship, there is usually no need for sweeping changes.
With so much uncertainty ahead, MLB.com takes a look at how the Marlins’ 25-man roster shapes up leading into Spring Training.
A change of scenery hasn’t swayed outfield prospect Monte Harrison’s enthusiasm or expectations about being with the Marlins.
The first introduction of the 2018 Miami Marlins will take place on Saturday at the annual FanFest at Marlins Park. Presented by Papa John’s, FanFest will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET, and it marks the first day individual game tickets go on sale for the regular season.
Nationals beat writer Jamal Collier answers fan questions about trades, injuries, the pitching staff and more.
Zack Wheeler prevailed in his arbitration case against the Mets this week, a source confirmed Thursday, resulting in a $1.9 million salary for Wheeler in 2018. The Mets had countered with a $1.5 million offer, but Wheeler — unlike the Mets’ eight other arbitration-eligible players — did not settle.
Beat reporter Mark Bowman answers questions from Braves fans
Long before the 2017 regular season — one fraught with injuries and setbacks in Flushing — came to an end, Mets officials convened at Citi Field to complete a thorough evaluation of their medical procedures.
Spring Training is less than a week away, with the Marlins opening camp on Wednesday at the Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium complex in Jupiter, Fla. As camp approaches, MLB.com breaks down the 2018 roster, position-by-position. Today: Catcher/infield.
The Miami Marlins today announced that they have extended invitations to Major League Spring Training camp to 28 non-roster players. The announcement was made by Marlins President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill.
No sooner had the news of Todd Frazier’s signing with the Mets become public than Little League president Stephen Keener called to tell Frazier that his new team is scheduled to play in Williamsport, Pa. — site of the Little League World Series — for the second annual Little League Classic this August.