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Showcasing Healthy Troy Tulowitzki Should Mean Blockbuster Trade for Rockies

When Troy Tulowitzki is on the field, he is the best at what he does. If he were on it more often, he would arguably be the game’s brightest superstar. On that, there should be no debate. Tulowitzki is the best shortstop in baseball....Show More Summary

Impact of Full-Strength Dustin Pedroia Would Eclipse Sandoval, Ramirez Adds

Close your eyes, Boston Red Sox fans, and picture Dustin Pedroia. Not the guy who fought through injuries the last two seasons as his power plummeted, but the old Pedroia. T he MVP Pedroia. Stick that guy into the mix and suddenly the Red Sox's big offseason acquisitions —Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval —look like second fiddles. Show More Summary

Happy and Healthy, Prince Fielder Set to Resume Career He Feared Was over

SURPRISE, Ariz. — It is early morning in the desert, and there is every reason to be half asleep right now. Gray skies. Chilly rain. Dog days of spring training. But inside the Texas Rangers clubhouse, Prince Fielder is wide awake. He rags Mitch Moreland about the day's impending trip to Goodyear to face the Reds. Show More Summary

Dodgers' Joc Pederson Separating Himself in Battle for Center Field

When the Los Angeles Dodgers began spring training two weeks ago, most positions featured clear-cut starters who would not be facing much job competition leading up to Opening Day. The exception—and biggest question mark facing the organization...Show More Summary

Updating the Hottest Questions of 2015 MLB Spring Training, Week 4

We've hit the home stretch of another long, cold MLB offseason, as we're just 17 days away from Opening Day. With half of spring training in the rearview mirror, there are plenty of headlines developing around the league. Each team is...Show More Summary

Fantasy Baseball Sleepers 2015: Breakout Candidates at Every Position

Sleeper remains a confounding term to define for fantasy baseball preparation. Sleepers come in all different shapes and sizes. Former top prospects often deliver a year or two later than expected. Past stars rebound, ignored players...Show More Summary

Daniel Murphy Injury: Updates on Mets Star's Hamstring and Return

The New York Mets have already had their share of bad news this spring, so an injury to All-Star second baseman Daniel Murphy isn't what the team needs right now. Unfortunately, the human body doesn't pay attention to team needs. Continue for updates. Show More Summary

Let's Watch Clayton Kershaw Scream as He Destroys Teammates in Ping-Pong

You may have heard of Clayton Kershaw before. The Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher is a tall, handsome individual who enjoys slinging baseballs at Mach speed and generally destroying the morale of all unfortunate souls who wander into the batter’s box. Show More Summary

Playing out a 2015 March Madness Bracket of All 30 MLB Teams

March is all about the madness. The action takes place on the basketball court, but there's no reason why baseball can't get in on the fun too. Imagine building a bracket out of all 30 MLB teams and then playing out a Big Dance-style tournament. Show More Summary

MLB Spring Training 2015: Mid-Spring Breakdown of Every Key Position Battle

We've reached more or less the middle of Major League Baseball's spring season, and that means the spring training position battles being waged are halfway over. And that means it's time to see who's still standing. We're going to focus on 10 of the more high-profile battles going on in spring training. Show More Summary

Final Prediction for Oakland A's Key Spring Training Position Battles

With a little over two weeks remaining in spring training, it's becoming clearer by the game who will win each of the Oakland A's position battles. Of course, a few things have changed since camp opened. Sam Fuld and Craig Gentry were set to battle for left field. Show More Summary

Final Prediction for Atlanta Braves' Key Spring Position Battles

We have nearly reached the midway point of spring training, which means competition for key spots is heating up. The Atlanta Braves have lots of new faces fighting for key spots, and those players now have more than two weeks of playing time under their belt. Show More Summary

Final Prediction for Chicago White Sox's Key Spring Position Battles

With just over two weeks left in spring training, the Chicago White Sox are nearing decisions on the position battles being waged in camp. To be sure, general manager Rick Hahn did a fine job setting the 25-man roster well before anyone stepped foot on the diamond in Glendale, Arizona. Show More Summary

Playing Fact or Fiction with All of MLB's Hottest Spring Training Buzz

The weather outside is about to get frightful for parts of the baseball universe, and the delight of watching meaningful baseball remains just out of reach. But spring training is finally starting to wind down. With just over two weeks separating us from Opening Day, there's a palpable buzz emanating from front offices around Major League Baseball. Show More Summary

Final Prediction for Boston Red Sox's Key Spring Position Battles

Opening Day is less than three weeks away for the Boston Red Sox. It won't be long before the final roster cuts are made and the club decides who will take the field against the Philadelphia Phillies on April 6. Most of the Red Sox regulars were determined before spring training began. Show More Summary

Mid-Spring Training Takeaways on MLB's New Pace of Play Changes

Major League Baseball is taking its first steps into a strange new world this spring, one that features clocks and batters frequently standing at attention in the box. All in the name of speeding up the game. With "first steps" being the key phrase there, it'll be a while before we know whether baseball's journey was worth its undertaking. Show More Summary

Final Predictions for Baltimore Orioles' Key Spring Position Battles

Spring training is just over halfway through, and while the Baltimore Orioles are struggling in terms of their overall Grapefruit League record, many individual players have done well during the exhibition season. Every team in MLB enters spring training with competition for roster spots between multiple players. Show More Summary

Red Sox 3, Atlanta 11: Games! With Real Scores!

I know, I know… It’s been a long, hard, cold winter, too much on my plate, a challenging research class, and a 3-year old–but baseball will be here in less than 3 weeks, and I am hopeful all the snow will be cleared at Fenway before the first pitch is thrown there on April 13th…Hopefully… […]

Is It Time to Officially Start Fearing Madison Bumgarner's 2014 Workload?

Last October, Madison Bumgarner was superhuman —and that's barely hyperbole. You remember the image: the big left-hander, bearded and glowering, striding out of the bullpen and mowing down the Kansas City Royals on two days' rest toShow More Summary

Settlement Reached in Roger Clemens' Defamation Lawsuit

A defamation lawsuit filed by Brian McNamee against former Cy Young winner Roger Clemens was settled out of court Wednesday. According to Jake Pearson of The Associated Press, McNamee will receive an undisclosed fee from Clemens' insurer. Show More Summary

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