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Chicago baseball great Minoso dies at 90
When Minnie Minoso broke into major league baseball, the ''Cuban Comet'' was part of a wave of black players who changed the game forever. By the time he played in his final game 35 years ago, he was a beloved figure with the Chicago White Sox.
A-Rod starting as DH in intrasquad game
Alex Rodriguez is ready to play for the New York Yankees.
Darvish: 'I didn't quit on the team'
Yu Darvish saved his best stuff for after his inning on the mound.
Angels' Richards won't pitch opening day
Los Angeles Angels right-hander Garrett Richards is expected to begin pitcher fielding drills in about a week as he makes progress from August knee surgery, and the club remains hopeful he could be pitching in games two to three weeks into the regular season for the reigning AL West champions.
Phillies lose to University of Tampa
Phillies starter Paul Clemens pitched two perfect innings, but Philadelphia lost to the University of Tampa 6-2 Sunday in the first spring training game for a major league team this year.
Jays sign Viciedo to minor league deal
The Toronto Blue Jays boosted their outfield depth Sunday, signing Dayan Viciedo to a minor league contract and saying he might be able to earn a spot at another position.
Young Cubs look up to instructor Manny
Growing up in Cuba, Jorge Soler had limited access to major league games on television. Only the best teams and the most famous players made the news on the communist island.
Dodgers give reliever Adams minors deal
Relief pitcher Mike Adams and the Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.
Nats' Scherzer even simulating anthem
Max Scherzer was warming up in the bullpen, getting ready to head onto the field to throw his first batting practice session for the Washington Nationals.
Rockies select RHP Axford's contract
The Colorado Rockies have selected John Axford's contract, adding a veteran reliever with late-inning experience to their bullpen.
Sources: Hamilton faces suspension, though MLB trying to be lenient
Major League Baseball officials are weighing how to penalize Josh Hamilton for a breach of the sport's drug policy while showing compassion for a former MVP who until recently had abided by the terms of his 2006 reinstatement, according to sources with knowledge of baseball's thinking.
ChiSox ace Sale breaks foot, out 3 weeks
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale is out for at least three weeks after breaking a bone in his right foot in what the team described as an accident at home.
OF Pierre retires, 18th in career steals
Outfielder Juan Pierre announced his retirement Friday after a 14-year career in the majors that included a World Series championship with the 2003 Florida Marlins.
3B Ramirez: Probably my last season
It's never easy for a baseball player to leave his family for six weeks of spring training, no matter how nice the weather is in Arizona.
Santana eyes another comeback with Jays
When Johan Santana walked into the Blue Jays' clubhouse for the first time early Saturday morning, a surprise was waiting inside his locker.
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