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Milwaukee Brewers: What to Expect from Ryan Braun in 2015

Turn back the calendar only two years, and Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun was one of the premier hitters in all of baseball — if not the best. From 2007 to 2012, Braun's first six MLB seasons, he averaged more than 33 home runs and 107 RBI. Show More Summary

4 Nats Who Are in Danger of Being Cut, Demoted

This offseason, the Washington Nationals turned a nice roster into a World Series favorite with a handful of key acquisitions, but that's not such good news for some borderline big leaguers, who will now have to fight tooth and nailShow More Summary

Chris Sale Injury: Updates on White Sox Star's Foot and Return

Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has consistently been one of Major League Baseball's best hurlers since 2012, but the unorthodox lefty is once again dealing with injury concerns. The White Sox announced the 25-year-old star suffered...Show More Summary

Ranking the Biggest Distractions of Spring Training

Most spring training storylines you're going to come across will be about baseball. The whole idea is to mark the return of baseball, after all, so that makes sense. But then there are the other storylines. The ones that are loomingShow More Summary

5 Overreactions You Should Avoid in Spring Training Action

Winter is a long, soggy slog for everyone, but it's especially brutal for Major League Baseball fans. Not only do we endure the ice and chill, but we also do it without a flicker of MLB action. And the suffering really sets in once the...Show More Summary

Baltimore Orioles' Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

Pitchers and catchers reported last week to their respective clubs for spring training, and now the full squads have shown up ready to get back into playing shape. The Baltimore Orioles will be looking to get right back into things,Show More Summary

Boston Red Sox Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

Spring training is now underway for the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers, Florida. The Red Sox have 57 players in camp preparing for the 2015 season. In addition to the full 40-man roster, there are also 17 non-roster invitees trying toShow More Summary

Early Top Fits for Each Member of 2016's Stacked MLB Free-Agent Class

David Price, Jordan Zimmermann and Johnny Cueto are among the nastiest starters in baseball. The trio is also slated to headline the stacked 2016 MLB free-agent class. Aces dominate next's years crop of big-money free agents, but there's...Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Pirates Comment on Islamic State Militant Wearing Team Hat

The Pittsburgh Pirates said it was "sickening" to see their famous "P" logo on a hat worn by Islamic State militant Mohammed Emwazi. "The classic gold P stands for Pittsburgh and is worn by our players, coaches and fans with a great sense of pride," the team's statement read (h/t CBS Pittsburgh). Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Mets Players Ready to Impress This Spring

Spring training has begun in baseball, and the New York Mets are gearing up for what will hopefully be a successful 2015 season. The Mets have a lot of big names on the team, such as David Wright, Curtis Granderson, Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom, among others. Show More Summary

Melvin Upton Injury: Updates on Braves OF's Foot and Recovery

Melvin Upton's tenure with the Atlanta Braves has been marred by injuries and disappointing play on the field. He is hoping for a fresh start in 2015, but the center fielder formerly known as B.J. Upton is fighting a foot ailment. According...Show More Summary

Why New York Mets' Bullpen Could Make or Break Squad's 2015 Season

Remember the last time the New York Mets were contenders? It was 2008, and just about everything was clicking. Everything, that is, except the bullpen. The Mets blew a total of 29 saves that season. Their bullpen finished with a 4.27 ERA. Show More Summary

Juan Pierre Retires After 14-Year MLB Career

Longtime outfielder Juan Pierre, who won the World Series in 2003 and twice led MLB in stolen bases, has reportedly retired from baseball. Clark Spencer of The Miami Herald passed along the news: Pierre started his career with the Colorado Rockies in 2000. Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Cleveland Indians Players Ready to Impress This Spring

The Cleveland Indians are ready to embark on another season, and with this new season come high hopes. The team is relatively solid from top to bottom, and with a large chunk of last year's team returning, it's becoming difficult to fly under the radar. However, the two player's we'll look at in this piece are in camp and relatively overlooked. Show More Summary

Chicago Cubs: 5 Players in Serious Danger of Being Cut or Demoted

The focus tends to be on who will make the team in spring training for most teams. For the Chicago Cubs, most of that appears to be set. However, there are a couple of position battles that should be intriguing. Unfortunately for some,...Show More Summary

B/R Fantasy Baseball 300: Ranking the Top 25 Third Basemen

With the top 150 fantasy baseball players all ordered and ranked on the initial 2015 Big Board, it's time to get into the individual position rankings. All told, there will be (count 'em) 300 players ranked. After providing some sequencing...Show More Summary

Predicting Every MLB Team's Best and Worst Offseason Move

Spring training is now in full swing around the league, and the 2015 MLB season is drawing closer with each day. Full squad workouts have begun, and the first spring training games are slated to begin next week, as we are now a little...Show More Summary

San Francisco Giants: What Sets Them Apart from the Other Teams in Baseball?

The San Francisco Giants have won three world championships in five years. In today's era of free agency, that level of success qualifies as a modern-day dynasty. So, how have the Giants been able to accomplish this, even though, onShow More Summary

Updating the Hottest Questions of 2015 MLB Spring Training, Week 2

Last week, it was time for pitchers and catchers to report to spring training. This week, it was everyone else's turn. In other words: It's on, people. Mind you, there are still a couple days to go before the exhibition season gets going next Tuesday, March 3, and more than a month to go until Opening Day. Show More Summary

Dodgers' Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

The Los Angeles Dodgers underwent their first full workout of spring training this week, officially turning the page on a busy offseason and opening the 2015 chapter with high hopes. Succumbing to the St. Louis Cardinals in the playoffs for a second straight year prompted the franchise to rethink its overall philosophy last October. Show More Summary

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