2/10/2016 | Bell, Guerrero bring MLB pedigrees to showcase
George Bryner Bell, son of former Major League outfielder George Bell, and Josue Guerrero, nephew of Vladimir Guerrero are among 59 prospects competing in MLB's international prospect showcase.
2/10/2016 | Which division winner is most likely to repeat?
In 2015 there were only two Major League teams that repeated as division winners. Don't count on a 6-for-6 performance by the current division champs in 2016, either.
2/10/2016 | Reds host 'Black Businesses Matter' forum
Several months after the All-Star Game spotlight has dimmed, the conversation continues on issues affecting the African-American community. On Wednesday at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, the focus was on economics.
2/10/2016 | 10 crucial spring battles for fantasy owners
Wise fantasy owners will be keeping tabs on battles across the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues, looking for an edge to fill their roto and head-to-head rosters. Let's take a look at 10 competitions to monitor over the next month-plus.
2/10/2016 | Peerless Posey is best fantasy bet behind plate
Catcher is arguably the most grueling position on the diamond. Due to the lack of offensive difference-makers at the position, the following catchers can be valuable fantasy assets.
2/10/2016 | Braves add reliever Torres on Minors deal
Right-hander Carlos Torres and the Braves have agreed to a Minor League deal with an invite to Spring Training, according to multiple reports.
2/10/2016 | Hit the road: Mariners' truck heads to camp
The surest clue that baseball season is near? How about the Mariners' fully loaded equipment truck pulling out of Safeco Field on Wednesday to begin the three-day haul to Peoria, Ariz., to set up camp.
2/10/2016 | Around the Horn: In OF, only Kemp a lock
When the Padres open the season on April 4 against the Dodgers, Matt Kemp will be the lone returning outfielder from the Opening Day lineup a year ago.
2/10/2016 | Potential Gallardo deal could open OF market to O's
If the Orioles do land free-agent starter Yovani Gallardo, with the two sides in serious negotiations on Wednesday, Baltimore may not be done making moves.
2/10/2016 | Ohtani will be next rising star from Japan
Shohei Ohtani is the next heralded player from Japan. He's a 6-foot-4 right-hander with a 100-mph fastball and four other pitches. And at 21, he is so productive with the bat that his team utilizes him at DH in many of the the games he doesn't start on the mound.
2/10/2016 | Singer will be missed by many
Tom Singer was special. Unfortunately that is in the past tense. Life seems to come in reverse.
2/10/2016 | Fans brave snow for annual Truck Day
As light snow fell outside Fenway Park on Van Ness Street Wednesday morning, the early spring forecasted last week by Punxsutawney Phil seemed anything but imminent. And yet, for the die-hard fans assembled to watch the Red Sox's equipment truck get loaded up for the 1,472-mile trek to the team's Spring Training facility in Fort Myers, Florida, spring has officially sprung.
2/10/2016 | Melky: White Sox must play like family to contend
Very little gray area exists for Melky Cabrera when judging his team's success. If his squad reaches the postseason, then put that year in the win column. If his team isn't playing into October, then mark it down as a failure. So even though the White Sox improved from 73 wins in 2014 to 76 in '15, Cabrera knows this talented squad didn't reach its primary goal.
2/10/2016 | Work begins on dirt infield at Rogers Centre
Construction has begun, and the Blue Jays are well on their way to having an all-dirt infield installed at Rogers Centre in time for the start of the 2016 season.
2/10/2016 | Dodgers securing future with international prospects
The Dodgers haven't ignored the future, and their long-range plan is to have their investment pay off. They have been every bit as aggressive in the international market as the big league market.
2/10/2016 | Around the Horn: Starting rotation
With the start of Spring Training almost here, anticipation is building for the 2016 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Yankees roster, continuing this week with the starting rotation.
2/10/2016 | Inbox: Will Jenkins join Atlanta's rotation in 2016?
Will Tyrell Jenkins join the Braves' rotation at some point this season? Mark Bowman answers this question and more in the latest Inbox.
2/10/2016 | Belt agrees to one-year deal with Giants
The Giants and Brandon Belt have agreed to a one-year deal to avoid arbitration, the first baseman told MLB.com on Wednesday.
2/10/2016 | Beloved MLB.com reporter Tom Singer passes away
Tom Singer, among the first journalists hired at MLB.com, passed away suddenly on Monday at his residence in Scottsdale, Ariz.
2/10/2016 | O's sign Thayer to Minor League deal
Reliever Dale Thayer signed a Minor League contract with an invitation to Baltimore's Spring Training camp on Wednesday, and the 35-year-old right-hander will be trying to rebound from a season in which he posted a 4.06 ERA for San Diego.
2/10/2016 | White Sox remodel in big way this offseason
The White Sox revamping process moved into Year 3 this offseason via the significant additions made by general manager Rick Hahn. The second part of a seven-part Spring Training preview takes a look at these important new White Sox players.
2/10/2016 | Funeral arrangements announced for Stowe
Funeral arrangements have been set for longtime Reds clubhouse manager Bernie Stowe, who passed away on Tuesday at the age of 80.
2/10/2016 | Trumbo to be among new faces at O's camp
There will be some new faces in Sarasota, Fla. over the next few weeks, hoping to make their mark and win an Opening Day roster spot. In continuation of MLB.com's Spring Training preview, let's take a closer look at some of the new guys:
2/10/2016 | Dodgers invite Hicks to spring camp
The Dodgers have signed infielder Brandon Hicks to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Major League Spring training, bringing the total number of invitees to 21.
2/10/2016 | Axford, Madson lead A's effort to bolster bullpen
True to their typical offseason ways, the A's remained active all winter in an effort to revamp a roster that totaled only 68 wins in a last-place season in 2015.
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