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On Former Red Mat Latos' Comments: Truth Is Probably Somewhere in Between

Ever spoken with a recently terminated employee? Ever heard what they have to say about their former employer? Even if you haven't, if you read the comments from Mat Latos in an interview with Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal, you'll see how it goes. Sour. Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Seattle Mariners Players Ready to Impress This Spring

Position players reported to the Seattle Mariners' team complex in Peoria, Arizona, on Tuesday, meaning the team is ready to begin organized workouts ahead of its first spring training game on March 4. Significant news is already coming out of the Mariners camp after pitchers and catchers reported last Friday. Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Arizona Diamondbacks Players Ready to Impress This Spring

Spring training is officially here. The Arizona Diamondbacks' pitchers and catchers reported to camp Feb. 19. Coming off a season in which Arizona finished with the worst record in baseball, there are several under-the-radar playersShow More Summary

Red Sox Continue to Make Splash Signing Highly Touted Cuban IF Yoan Moncada

The Boston Red Sox continued their eye-catching offseason on Monday, agreeing to terms with coveted Cuban teenager Yoan Moncada after a lengthy bidding war. Moncada, a 19-year-old infielder, will receive a reported $31.5 million signing bonus and will cost the Red Sox a total of $63 million, per Gordon Edes of Show More Summary

What to Expect from Dodgers' Teen Pitching Sensation Julio Urias This Spring

Dodgers prospect Julio Urias made a statement last spring in his first big league camp, as the then-17-year-old struck out a pair of Padres as part of a scoreless inning. This year, Urias, now 18, is back in camp with the Dodgers and...Show More Summary

Best and Worst Moves of the MLB Offseason

The MLB offseason is officially over with pitchers and catchers beginning to report to their respective spring training camps. With Opening Day inching closer and closer, what were some of the best and worst moves of the offseason? Bleacher...Show More Summary

Adam Wainwright Injury: Updates on Cardinals Star's Abdomen and Recovery

Adam Wainwright is starting 2015 the same way he ended last year: battling an injury. This time, the St. Louis Cardinals ace is reportedly dealing with an abdominal issue. Continue for updates. Wainwright to Receive Exam on Abdominal Pain Tuesday, Feb. Show More Summary

MLB's 'Moneyball' Power Rankings: Who Is Overpaying/Underpaying the Most?

The Moneyball philosophy may not have resulted in a World Series title for the Oakland Athletics yet, but it undoubtedly had an impact on the way teams are assembled throughout the league. Whether we're talking about a small market team...Show More Summary

Manny Ramirez Hired as Cubs' Major, Minor League Hitting Consultant

Last year, the Chicago Cubs made news when they signed Manny Ramirez to play for their Triple-A team, the Iowa Cubs. Now, they are back in business with the controversial former All-Star after reportedly hiring him as a hitting consultant. According...Show More Summary

Predicting 2015 Success Rates of MLB's Many Aces on the Comeback Trail

Last season, ace-level MLB pitchers had to feel like teenagers in a bad '90s slasher flick —constantly looking over their shoulders, wondering if they'd be next. In all seriousness, 2014 saw a gaggle of rotation-anchoring arms land on...Show More Summary

How Long Will It Take Cuban Phenom Yoan Moncada to Become MLB Star?

After months of speculation over where he would land and for how much, Cuban sensation Yoan Moncada has agreed to terms with the Boston Red Sox on a deal that will pay him a bonus worth something in the neighborhood of $30 million, according...Show More Summary

The 2015 MLB Prospects-to-Watch Team at Spring Training

The start of Cactus and Grapefruit League games next week means all eyes soon will be trained on baseball’s top prospects. However, with so many top-ranked young players in major league camp, focusing may be a little tricky. Fans hoping...Show More Summary

Joba Chamberlain to Tigers: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

Although reliever Joba Chamberlain's 2014 MLB season didn't reach an ideal conclusion, there is still a place for his live arm in the big leagues. The eight-year veteran is finally off the market as he has agreed to a one-year majorShow More Summary

Scott Miller's Starting 9: Camp Openings Bring Best, Worst of Weighty Issues

Sunblock, infield dust and…scorpions? Pitchers and catchers have barely unpacked, and we've already got the best and the worst of camp openings…. 1. Best Use of Weights It ain't the heavyweight division it once was, but with YankeesShow More Summary

B/R Fantasy Baseball 300: Position-by-Position Ranking Index of Top 300 Players

Spring training is underway, which means two things above all. One, the weather is bound to warm up (eventually); and two, fantasy baseball owners are prepping for their drafts and warming to the idea of another long, challenging, daunting—and...Show More Summary

MLB Trade Ideas Based on Spring Training Week 1 Rumors and Speculation

With spring training firing up this week, many MLB rosters will begin to take shape over the next few weeks, but that doesn't mean executives around baseball have finished retooling their rosters. Injuries and/or disgruntled employees can often push a MLB front office into making a deal during spring training. Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Cincinnati Reds Players Ready to Impress This Spring

While all of the focus at Cincinnati Reds camp will be on the core players, there are a couple of under-the-radar players who could end up being pleasant surprises this spring. There aren't many spots available on the team's 25-man roster, if everyone is healthy. Show More Summary

New York Yankees: A Healthy Tanaka Can Lead Yanks to Playoffs

The New York Yankees have a ton of question marks heading into spring training. It will be the first time in a long time without Derek Jeter at shortstop. Alex Rodriguez will likely lead the league in publicity, but he may or may not hit. Show More Summary

Dioner Navarro Still Looking to Be Traded from Toronto Blue Jays

When the Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent catcher Russell Martin to a five-year, $82 million deal during the offseason, rumors immediately came out that Dioner Navarro had requested to be traded away from the team. Now, on the first...Show More Summary

1 Huge Fear Every MLB Contender Should Have This Spring

Baseball season is upon us! Pitchers and catchers have already reported to camp, with position players following suit throughout this week. We will soon have actual games to watch, followed by Opening Day just over a month away. ButShow More Summary

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