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  • • Red Sox Notes: Scott, Gardenhire, Ausmus, Swihart
    The Red Sox announced on Thursday that southpaw reliever Robby Scott underwent a “left elbow arthroscopy and debridement” procedure but is expected to be back to full strength by Spring Training 2018. As several have pointed out (including CSN New England’s Evan Drellich, on Twitter), it’s rather confounding that president o...
  • • Scott undergoes arthroscopic surgery on elbow
    Red Sox reliever Robby Scott underwent a left elbow arthrosocopy and debridement at Massachusetts General Hospital on Wednesday and is expected to be ready for the start of Spring Training....
  • • Reyes continues recovery, optimistic about OD
    A season lost provided perspective gained for Alex Reyes, who, after entering Spring Training ranked as baseball's top right-handed pitching prospect, learned that he'd be shut down for the year before ever throwing a pitch in camp....
  • • Reyes continues recovery, optimistic about OD
    A season lost provided perspective gained for Alex Reyes, who, after entering Spring Training ranked as baseball's top right-handed pitching prospect, learned that he'd be shut down for the year before ever throwing a pitch in camp....
  • • Guillermo Heredia Undergoes Shoulder Surgery
    Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia has undergone surgery on his right surgery, per a club announcement. With a full offseason to recover, the 26-year-old is expected to be ready for Spring Training. While the overall prognosis seems promising, it appears to be a fairly significant surgery. Heredia is said to have required repair of a BankartR...
  • • Heredia undergoes surgery on right shoulder
    Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia underwent surgery on his right shoulder in Miami on Monday and is expected to be ready for Spring Training in February....
  • • Nats baffle Bucs behind stellar Stras, Zim
    It was a goal for Stephen Strasburg at the beginning of Spring Training to finish the regular season healthy. Not only did has he accomplished that goal, but he also ended his slate in the midst of one of the most dominant stretches of his career....
  • • Hisashi Iwakuma Sidelined For Five Months After Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery
    Hisashi Iwakuma underwent arthroscopic right shoulder debridement surgery two days ago, as per an announcement from the Mariners.  The right-hander is expected to resume throwing in five months, putting him on pace to miss the first few weeks of Spring Training and likely to miss some time at the start of the season as he…...
  • • Tigers announce 2018 spring home games
    Right around the time Tigers fans get sick of winter, the team will provide the first glimpse of spring. They'll open their 2018 Spring Training schedule on Thursday, Feb. 22 at Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium with their annual exhibition against Florida Southern College....
  • • Choo on track to achieve goal of no DL stints
    Shin-Soo Choo is closing on fulfilling his Spring Training goal for the season. He is trying to make it through the season without serious injury....
  • • Braves get go-ahead for new spring facility
    The Braves have gained the approval necessary to begin construction of their new Spring Training facility in North Port, Fla....
  • • Braves get go-ahead for new spring facility
    The Braves have gained the approval necessary to begin construction of their new Spring Training facility in North Port, Fla....
  • • David Phelps Undergoes Elbow Surgery; Hisashi Iwakuma Has Structural Damage In Shoulder
    Mariners right-hander David Phelps recently underwent surgery to remove a bone spur from his right elbow, reports Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times (Twitter links). That procedure will come with a recovery time of six to eight weeks, per Divish, but he’s expected to be ready to go for Spring Training in 2018. Unfortunately for…...
  • • Baseball's most underwhelming teams of 2017
    In just under two weeks, the MLB regular season comes to close and postseason play will be about to get underway. By that time, only 10 teams will still be standing with a shot for their past six months of play to pay off at the highest level. That also means another 20 clubs will officially have the gates closed on their seasons, left to ponder wh...
  • • New York Mets: Do not rush Noah Syndergaard
    The New York Mets have had a forgettable season, but are taking unnecessary risks that could negatively affect the 2018 team. For whatever reason, the organization appears to be rushing their pitchers back from injuries. Matt Harvey who was recently activated from the disabled list was supposed to pitch on three days rest his second start after his...

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Top news - Spring Training

  • • Nats baffle Bucs behind stellar Stras, Zim
  • • Red Sox flex muscles in strong Florida finale
    American League Rookie of the Year candidate Andrew Benintendi continued his successful Spring Training with two hits, including a triple, as the Red Sox rolled to an 8-1 victory over the Nationals on Thursday afternoon at JetBlue Park....
  • • Cardinals, Yadier Molina Finalizing Extension
    The Cardinals and catcher Yadier Molina are in the process of finalizing a three-year extension that will guarantee the seven-time All-Star more than $55MM, reports Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports (on Twitter). St. Louis and Molina have reportedly been in serious talks over the duration of Spring Training, with the last update over the weekend…...
  • • Braves To Sign Ryan Howard
    The Braves have agreed to a minor-league deal with veteran slugger Ryan Howard, according to MLB.com’s Mark Bowman (Twitter link). He’ll head to extended Spring Training before taking a minor-league assignment. Howard will earn at a palatable $750K annual rate if he makes it to the majors, Jon Heyman of Fan Rag tweets. Howard, 37, had a...
  • • 1st SunTrust Park workout draws rave reviews
    After nearly seven weeks in Florida during Spring Training, many of the Braves who returned to Atlanta on the team's charter Wednesday night did not immediately rush to their residence. They first rushed out on the field at SunTrust Park to soak in the sights of their new baseball home, which has already drawn rave reviews....
  • • 1st SunTrust Park workout draws rave reviews
    After nearly seven weeks in Florida during Spring Training, many of the Braves who returned to Atlanta on the team's charter Wednesday night did not immediately rush to their residence. They first rushed out on the field at SunTrust Park to soak in the sights of their new baseball home, which has already drawn rave reviews....
  • • Tigers announce 2018 spring home games
  • • Price likely to go on DL with recurring arm woes
    David Price is dealing with a recurrence of the same elbow and forearm problems that plagued him during Spring Training and forced him to start the season on the disabled list...
  • • Sox, Nats cap ST with tie at Naval Academy
    Bryce Harper continued his torrid spring, lacing a go-ahead double in the fifth inning, and Trea Turner scored twice as the Nationals and Red Sox played to a 4-4 tie in the clubs' Spring Training finale Saturday afternoon at Max Bishop Stadium in Annapolis, Md....
  • • E-Rod K's 4, Sox show grit in spring finale
    Bryce Harper continued his torrid spring, lacing a go-ahead double in the fifth inning, and Trea Turner scored twice as the Nationals and Red Sox played to a 4-4 tie in the clubs' Spring Training finale Saturday afternoon at Max Bishop Stadium in Annapolis, Md....
  • • Wren caps wild finish with walk-off single
    Jose Abreu hit a tying home run in the top of the seventh inning on Saturday and an RBI single amid another tying rally in the ninth, but the Brewers found answers both times. Milwaukee won a back-and-forth Spring Training finale, 5-4, on outfield prospect Kyle Wren's bases-loaded single in the bottom of the ninth....
  • • Indians summon top prospect Zimmer
    Bradley Zimmer was told he would not be on the Opening Day roster at the start of Spring Training, but the Indians' top prospect said he was going to fight for a job anyway. The young outfielder then turned in a torrid performance that made it fair to wonder if he was indeed ready for the big leagues....
  • • Clock 'still running' on Yadi's contract situation
    The Cardinals cleared out their Spring Training complex and departed for Memphis late Wednesday afternoon with Yadier Molina's contract situation still unresolved....
  • • Clock 'still running' on Yadi's contract situation
    The Cardinals cleared out their Spring Training complex and departed for Memphis late Wednesday afternoon with Yadier Molina's contract situation still unresolved....
  • • Giants tab Blach to take on Rockies
    The Rockies are likely to build a Spring Training-style "bullpen day" around Tyler Chatwood, their scheduled starter for Tuesday's game against the Giants. San Francisco will send left-hander Ty Blach to the Coors Field bump....

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