The Brewers will begin their slate of 2016 Spring Training games against the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and finish on the road in Houston and Biloxi, Miss., bookending a 32-game schedule unveiled Monday.
All-Star outfielder Ryan Braun addressed his surgically repaired back and his outlook for the rebuilding Brewers early Wednesday while engaging in what has become a Thanksgiving tradition. Clad in a black overcoat, Braun snapped photos and signed autographs while accepting donations at the team’s annual holiday food drive in the shadow of Miller Park.
Brewers first baseman Adam Lind received a touching gift from a U.S. Army soldier with the same last name, and a special bond has been forged by the exchange.
After spending the past two seasons enduring long bouts of frustration, infielder Gordon Beckham will have an opportunity to come home and revive his career in Atlanta.
The Braves will open the 2016 Grapefruit League season against the Orioles and make their final preparations for the regular season with a game against some of their top Minor Leaguers.
The Rangers will play two games against the Indians at Globe Life Park in Arlington to close out their 2016 Spring Training schedule.
Danny Hultzen, the second player selected in the 2011 Draft, will be tried in a bullpen role next spring as the Mariners look to resurrect a career sidetracked by shoulder injuries the past three seasons.
The Mariners traded for Evan Scribner, a 30-year-old right-hander who had a strong first half last season for Oakland before finishing the year on the DL with a torn lat muscle, on Tuesday for Minor League right-hander Trey Cochran-Gill.
The Indians have signed free-agent reliever Joba Chamberlain to a Minor League contract with a non-roster invitation to Major League Spring Training camp, the club announced Tuesday.
The Indians added a little more depth to their outfield Wednesday night, acquiring Collin Cowgill from the Angels in exchange for cash considerations. In order to clear room on the 40-man roster, Cleveland designated left-hander Nick Hagadone for assignment and subsequently non-tendered the reliever, making him a free agent.
The Blue Jays continued to add to their organizational depth Monday morning by signing infielders Jiovanni Mier, David Adams and Casey Kotchman to Minor League contracts.