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Manny Machado Injury: Updates on Orioles Star's Knee and Recovery

As the Baltimore Orioles prepare to encounter the Detroit Tigers in the American League Division Series Thursday, third baseman Manny Machado revealed he is still on track to be ready for spring training after knee surgery. According...Show More Summary

Steinbrenner's daughter calls Derek Jeter 'modern-day pride of the Yankees'

Every year before Derek Jeter would begin spring training with the Yankees, the shortstop would take the elevator to the fourth floor of the team’s Tampa complex to check in on George Steinbrenner.

Amtrak Selects Writers for Residency Program On Rails

Rail way operator Amtrak named the 24 writers selected for the Amtrak Residency program, which launched this spring and offers writers the opportunity to live and work aboard long-distance trains.

Predicting 3 Consequences of Braves' Disappointing 2014 Season

Great things were expected out of this Atlanta Braves team. With a core group of players returning from career-best seasons, and young players growing into new roles, the excitement at the onset of spring training was hard to ignore. While...Show More Summary

The Score Hears: Good spirits of Rangers' St. Louis

Martin St. Louis brought the Rangers together in the playoffs last spring, and he sounds prepared to keep them that way. No player has carried himself with more youthful exuberance at this year’s training camp in Greenburgh than St.Show More Summary

UC Berkeley Students Denied for Not Completing Sex Training Course

This week the University of California-Berkeley stated that 500 freshmen face holds on their spring registration for failing to comply with their sexual harassment training requirements, reported CNN. In January, the Obama administration initiated a task force dedicated to preventing sexual violence at Universities. Show More Summary

It's quite the turnaround for Angels and General Manager Jerry Dipoto

In every week of spring training, from every corner of the Angels clubhouse, the mantra was the same: We can't afford another slow start. We can't bury ourselves for the third consecutive April.

Mets Phenom Jacob deGrom Ties MLB Record for Most Strikeouts to Start a Game (Video)

The New York Mets and their fans got pretty excited about rookie pitcher Jacob deGrom during spring training, and he has done nothing to rain on their parade this season. Through his first 20 big league starts, the 26-year-old righty is 8-6 and has a 2.62 ERA with 121 strikeouts over 127 innings. And since […]

MLB Stars with the Most to Gain in Season's Final Weeks

Impossible as it seems, the baseball season is almost over. It feels like spring training just ended, yet here we sit, with only two weeks left to go before all but 10 of MLB's 30 teams head home for the winter. For some players, like...Show More Summary

Women May Finally Go Through One Of The US Army's Most Grueling Training Courses

The US Army is seeking female volunteers for its grueling two-month Ranger School for an integrated assessment to take place next spring, reports Michelle Tan at The Army Times. “Right now we’re going through the deliberate planning process, identifying volunteers, and selecting them over the next few months,” Lt. Show More Summary

What Will Happen to Yankees' Surprise 2014 Pitching Assets Next Season?

You're lying if you guessed during spring training that the New York Yankees' starting rotation in September would feature the likes of Shane Greene, Chris Capuano and Brandon McCarthy. Of course, the circumstances have necessitated such decisions. The rotation has been ravaged by injuries. Show More Summary

Spring Data Release Train Evans Goes GA

On behalf of the entire Spring Data team, I'd like to announce the general availability of the Spring Data release train iteration called Evans. The release ships 11 modules to help you build sophisticated data access layers on top of...Show More Summary

Grading Philadelphia Eagles' Final 53-Man Roster

After a spring of OTAs, summer of training camp practices, and four preseason contests, the Philadelphia Eagles officially narrowed their roster down to the league-mandated 53 players. There were definitely some surprises—just three running backs made it, and Alex Henery actually got his release. Show More Summary

Mariners prospect Jesus Montero set off by ice-cream sandwich, goes after scout from his own team

Seattle Mariners prospect Jesus Montero didn’t do himself any favors at spring training when he arrived 40 pounds overweight. He also was suspended for 50 games last season as part of the Biogenesis scandal after playing in 29 games for Seattle. Thursday night, he may have hammered the final nail into his own coffin, so […]

Spring Data Dijkstra SR4 released

On behalf of the Spring Data team I am pleased to announce the availability of the fourth service release of the Dijkstra release train. It includes 36 fixes overall for the following modules: Spring Data Commons 1.8.4 - Artifacts -Show More Summary

Seoul: Trains, fast cell service, palaces and food

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea's hyper-efficient capital doesn't immediately spring to mind when you think of exotic Asian destinations. But this mega-city offers much to tempt travelers beyond a layover from the ultra-modern international airport in nearby Incheon. Show More Summary

Unemployed Men Involved in Training Programs Less Likely to Suffer Depression

Do welfare-to-work training programs improve the happiness and well-being of its unemployed citizens? Yes, and especially that of jobless men, says Daniel Sage of the UK’s University of Stirling according to a new article in Springer’s Journal of Happiness Studies. His detailed analysis of data from the UK’s Annual Population Survey shows that such active […]

Brewers' Hank the Ballpark Pup Meets His Namesake, Hank Aaron

Hank the Ballpark Pup has been through quite a bit this year since he wandered into the Milwaukee Brewers' spring training complex. Months later, he has finally met the man he was named after, Hank Aaron. The baseball legend was in town...Show More Summary

MLB Rumors: Analyzing All the Latest Whispers, News and Speculation

The whispers, news and speculation never cease around MLB. From offseason rumblings to the intrigue of position battles during spring training and the flurry of speculation in advance of the July 31 MLB non-waiver trade deadline, there...Show More Summary

MLB roundup: Carlos Gonzalez might miss start of spring training

The Rockies' star outfielder underwent his third surgery of 2014 on Tuesday. Colorado Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez could miss the start of spring training next year after undergoing knee surgery in Vail, Colo., on Tuesday. "Everything went perfect," Gonzalez told Nick Groke of the Denver Post regarding the surgery. Show More Summary

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