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Major League Baseball Fans, Thank You

It’s not often I come across many videos, tweets, Facebook posts, etc. that make the hair on the back of my neck stand up. This one did just that. 71 more words


McClendon offers preview of Opening Day lineup

If you’re curious about Seattle’s likely Opening Day lineup, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon acknowledged Monday’s initial starting nine against the Angels will likely mirror what he goes with in a week when the same two teams square off at Safeco Field to kick off the regular season. 31 more words

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Marlins' roster close to finalized for Opening Day

With one week to go until the curtain goes up on the 2015 season, MLB.com’s Joe Frisaro reports the Marlins plan on reducing the size of their camp roster to close to the final 25 in the next day or two. 34 more words

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Rangers still sorting bullpen for Opening Day

The Rangers aren’t sure if they’ll have their top two setup relievers ready for Opening Day. That could be the final development that puts rookie reliever Keone Kela on the Opening Day roster. 31 more words

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Five Games: ‘MLB 15: The Show’ And Everything Else You Need To Play This Week

PCs, handhelds, mobile, console, indies, triple A, free-to-play — the gaming scene gets more diverse and difficult to follow by the day, but thankfully, I’m here ever week to guide you through what’s happening with games. 445 more words


Astros' Castro brimming with optimism for 2015

After weathering some tough seasons in Houston early in his career, catcher Jason Castro is ready to win this season. Surrounded by promising young talent on the Astros roster, Castro is one of the veterans who will be expected to provide leadership in the clubhouse for a team expected to make some noise in the AL West: 71 more words

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Felger & Mazz: Early Warning Signs For Red Sox

BOSTON (CBS) - Opening Day is one week from today, which (hopefully) means winter is behind us and we can finally start enjoying some real major league baseball. 286 more words

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