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Scott Miller's Starting 9: MLB Coming Attractions This Summer Look Stellar

FORT MYERS, Florida — While Kris Bryant pummels baseball after baseball into oblivion in the Cactus League, whipping the when-will-he-debut debate into a frenzy from Arizona to the Billy Goat Tavern in Chicago, he's not the only phenom...Show More Summary

Roberto Osuna Making Strong Case to Be on Toronto Blue Jays' Opening Day Roster

With just two weeks left until the end of spring training and the start of the 2015 season, Toronto Blue Jays prospect Roberto Osuna has made a strong case to make the Blue Jays’ Opening Day roster. In 9.2 innings of work this spring, Osuna has yet to allow a run and has eight strikeouts during that span. Show More Summary

Dodgers Well Set Up to Endure an Early-Season Absence by Hyun-Jin Ryu

Suddenly, a prominent Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander is dealing with a shoulder injury that won't be going away for a while. But don't worry. It's not that prominent Dodgers lefty. For that matter, this is a situation hardly worth worrying about at all. The lefty in question is Hyun-Jin Ryu. Show More Summary

Boston Red Sox: With Mookie Betts in Center, Sox Have Terrific Outfield

Coming into spring training, Mookie Betts, the Red Sox's seventh-ranked prospect by Baseball America in 2014, was supposed to compete with Cuban signee Rusney Castillo for the starting center field job. However, it hasn't been much of a competition. Show More Summary

MLB Spring Training Struggles Fans Should Start Worrying About

Spring training is the perfect time of year for the little things to be absolutely blown out of proportion. This team is doing well and this team is struggling, which means the regular season will be like that. Very often, though, the...Show More Summary

Bounce-Back Season from Pedro Alvarez Is Vital to Pittsburgh Pirates Success

Pedro Alvarez was a dynamic offensive force in the middle of the Pittsburgh Pirates lineup in 2013. Although he batted just.233 and led the National League with 186 strikeouts in 152 games, he blasted a career-high 36 home runs while...Show More Summary

MLB Spring Training 2015: Ranking the Most Alarming Superstar Performances

Mr. Commissioner, enough with the pace-of-play rules. For your next move as the face of MLB, can you make players wear a sign around their neck during spring training that says "WARNING: ALL STATS SHOULD BE TAKEN IN CONTEXT"? I joke, but it's easy to get wrapped up in meaningless spring statistics. Show More Summary

50 Reasons You Should Be Excited for the 2015 MLB Season

Ladies and gentlemen, we are officially less than two weeks from Opening Day and what promises to be another thrilling MLB season. While spring training games have served as a nice teaser for the upcoming campaign and provided fans with...Show More Summary

Fantasy Baseball 2015: Top Sleeper Pitchers to Target Late in Drafts

Pitching depth is usually the key to success for fantasy baseball players, and the best way to compile depth is to take advantage of late-round sleepers with high upside. Breakouts happen every year. Pinpointing the candidates isn't always easy, as any number of factors can go into the success of young hurlers. Show More Summary

Fantasy Baseball 2015: Analyzing Mock Draft and Undervalued Sleepers to Target

Two weeks from now, MLB will return in all its glory, leaving precious time for fantasy baseball players to draft a winning squad. Let's hope you didn't jump the gun on draft day. If so, most of your starting pitchers are already headed...Show More Summary

Hyun-Jin Ryu Injury: Updates on Dodgers Star's Shoulder and Return

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Hyun -Jin Ryu will begin the 2015 season on the disabled list due to discomfort in his throwing shoulder, manager Don Mattingly said. Continue for updates. Ryu Sent to Los Angeles for Testing, Will Open Season...Show More Summary

MLB DFS 2015: X-Factors for Daily Fantasy Baseball

The start of baseball season not only indicates the beginning of warm weather across the country, it also means there is another sport to compete in daily fantasy. With competitions just about every day of the regular season, Major League...Show More Summary

With Lessons of Game's Greats, Mike Trout Poised for Move from MVP to MLB Icon

TEMPE, Ariz. — How did Mike Trout celebrate his Most Valuable Player award? With a trip to the hospital and an IV hookup. Followed by a week on the couch, sick as he can ever remember. So the takeaway is, as the celebrated center fielder...Show More Summary

Early 2015 MLB Comeback Player of the Year Odds Based on Spring Action

Spring training stats don't always mean much, but for a player looking to put together a bounce-back season, a strong preseason can be a big first step. With that in mind, potential Comeback Player of the Year candidates are often among...Show More Summary

3 Moves the New York Mets Should Try to Make

Spring training is more than halfway through, and the New York Mets recently received terrible news that Zack Wheeler will undergo Tommy John surgery and miss the entire 2015 season. This, of course, could have a big effect on the Mets' season. Show More Summary

Blake Swihart Showed Why He Is an Untouchable Piece of Red Sox's Future

To deem a young player or prospect as “untouchable” can sometimes backfire. Injuries occur. Plateauing performances before hitting the majors happen more often than not. Other opportunities present themselves and make that player less valuable to an organization. Show More Summary

Casey McGehee Ready to Quietly, Cheaply Replace Pablo Sandoval

Casey McGehee isn't Pablo Sandoval. He doesn't have a cute animal nickname, and he's never inspired anyone to wear a panda mask (that we know of). Really, replacing Sandoval in the hearts and minds of San Francisco Giants fans is an impossible task. Show More Summary

MLB Prospect Stock Watch: 15 Prospects Who Are Spring's Fastest Risers, Fallers

There's no question about it. One of the best parts about MLB spring training is getting to watch the stars of the future play against the big names of the present. The spring schedule presents the game's top prospects with the opportunity...Show More Summary

Houston Astros: Maybe the Astros Handled the Brady Aiken Issue Correctly

The Houston Astros fell under heavy scrutiny after the 2014 MLB draft last June. The Astros drafted high school pitcher Brady Aiken with the first overall pick, and both sides agreed on a $6.5 million signing by The AdBlocker" href="#">bonus. Only one formality stood in the way: a physical. As it turned out, it was much more important than that. Show More Summary

Red Sox Hold Relay Race to Determine Who Takes Bus to Spring Training Road Game

With a two-and-a-half-hour bus ride hanging in the balance, Boston Red Sox players gave it their all during a relay race Sunday morning. The Red Sox have a game against the Miami Marlins in Jupiter, Florida, on Tuesday. That's a lengthy excursion from their spring training home in Fort Myers. Show More Summary

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