Angels right-hander JC Ramirez threw two simulated innings of live batting practice on Tuesday, marking the first time he’s faced hitters since suffering an elbow injury in August.
It’s as if Bryan Harper has been soaking it all in through these first few days of what is his first full Major League camp. He has spent his time in the Nationals clubhouse, keeping mostly to himself, watching and observing.
Rangers pitcher Austin Bibens-Dirkx had a couple of interesting job possibilities this spring, but he chose to re-sign with the Rangers on a Minor League deal and is in a big league camp for only the second time in 12 years.
The position players are set. There’s a new closer. And there’s going to be a new starter in camp in Yu Darvish. The emphasis this spring for Cubs manager Joe Maddon will be making sure they have enough depth to get to the postseason for a fourth straight year.
The Royals have proven they can build a championship team and are eager to prove they can do it again.
The Astros will enter Spring Training with few holes to fill on their 25-man roster, which doesn’t leave much room for imagination when you’re predicting what the roster will look like on Opening Day.
Aaron Boone never thought he was going to be the Yankees' manager, until he was. Boone told USA Today he originally had plans to leave ESPN's “Sunday Night Baseball” to join the front office of another MLB team before getting the Yankees job. He had interviewed for the front office spot between
Beat reporter Rhett Bollinger answers Inbox questions regarding free agent starters, Triple-A rotation options, and more.
The latest person to be engulfed in the sweeping personnel changes with the Miami Marlins is the man who plays the team's mascot. News outlets report that John DeCicco, who has appeared as Billy the Marlin at home games for more than a decade, was fired this week. The team confirmed the termination
On the date that CC Sabathia agreed to his new one-year, $10 million contract, the Yankees continued to say that they hoped to add one more starting pitcher. The veteran left-hander is still rooting for them to do so.
Commissioner Rob Manfred's frustrations with the Major League Baseball Players Association were evident Thursday, using a bulk of his press conference at MLB's owners' meetings to vent over his pace-of-play proposals. Simply, the players have until the start of spring training camps on Feb