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23 hrs ago | Detroit News
For the first time this spring, there were some empty locker stalls upon the walk into the Joker Marchant Stadium home clubhouse Wednesday morning.
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Cubs manager Rick Renteria said shortstop prospect Javier Baez is close to appearing in a spring game at second or third base.
After the MLB Winter Meetings, I mildly checked out. Time to fully check back in and see where Brad Ausmus' first edition of the Detroit Tigers is heading with Opening Day getting closer all the time.
The Detroit Tigers waived Brennan Boesch in the middle of March last spring so they would be on the hook for just one-sixth of his salary.
CBS Local Sports , in our " 30 Players 30 Days " spring training feature, profiles one young player from each Major League Baseball team leading up to opening day.
Peter Bourjos and Jon Jay are sharing the field this afternoon, but what might be the most important spring training battle of all continues as Shelby Miller's "other" pitches take up arms against the idea that they don't actually exist.
Odds are if you ever caught Drew Smyly shaking off his catcher at any point the last two years, the catcher had called for a changeup.
Washington Nationals' manager Matt Williams updated reporters on Doug Fister's status after announcing on Friday that the 30-year-old right-hander was dealing with inflammation in his right elbow after making his first start of the spring for the Nats.
The Washington Nationals were the pick to represent the National League in the World Series at this time last year, but they never got going as they finished with a 86-76 record.
Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera runs the bases in a spring training baseball game against the New York Yankees in Tampa, Fla., Friday, March 7, 2014.
Unless a man named Dave Dombrowski has changed habits after 13 years in Detroit, expect the Tigers to add another outfielder in the aftermath of news Andy Dirks will need back surgery.
Lakeland, Fla. -- Unless a man named Dave Dombrowski has changed habits after 13 years in Detroit, expect the Tigers to add another outfielder in the aftermath of news Andy Dirks will need back surgery.
Washington Nationals righthander Doug Fister was scratched from his scheduled start Friday against the Houston Astros because of inflammation in his elbow.
Washington Nationals' manager Matt Williams talked to reporters this morning, announcing that right-hander Doug Fister has been scratched from his scheduled start today with inflammation in his right elbow.