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  • Jackie Robinson West parents are suing ESPN and Stephen A. Smith

    Parents from Jackie Robinson West are suing ESPN and Stephen A. Smith for defamation.

    Big League Stew
  • Tim Flannery is fed up with Padres fans, writes lengthy statement

    Tim Flannery has taken all the criticism he can handle from Padres fans.

    Big League Stew
  • Giants' Duffy hungry for more: Job security not guaranteed

    Last year, nobody expected Matt Duffy to make the Opening Day roster. For the season, Duffy hit .295 with 12 home runs and 77 RBI. On Thursday morning, Duffy acknowledged that the grind of the season somewhat got to him.

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
  • Dodgers “trying to trade” Alex Guerrero

    Guerrero is a potentially good right-handed bat without a position to play in Los Angeles.

    NBC Sports
  • The Angels will never, ever, ever, ever, ever trade Mike Trout

    ESPN's Keith Law released his ranking of every farm system in baseball, and the Los Angeles Angels ranked No. 30. Assuming the Angels contend this year like they're planning, we won't even tap dance around conversations about trading Mike Trout for at least year, if not two, if not ever. The last…

    SB Nation
  • Dodgers give former Giants 2B spring training invite

    Brandon Hicks is bound for Glendale, Arizona. The Dodgers have given former Giants second baseman Brandon Hicks a non-roster invitation to spring training,the club announced on Wednesday. Hicks signed with the Giants as a free agent in November 2013, and made the 2014 Opening Day roster.

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
  • Belt, Giants avoid arbitration, agree to deal

    Three days before FanFest, the Giants took care of their last bit of offseason business. Belt had filed at $7.5 million and the Giants countered at $5.3 million. Belt and right-hander George Kontos were the only arbitration-eligible Giants after the offseason spending spree was completed.

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
  • Jon Lester ready for Year 2 after taking leap of faith with Cubs

    This was supposed to be the breakthrough year when the Cubs made their recruiting pitch to Jon Lester. No one projected the 2015 team would win 97 games and advance to the National League Championship Series. Chicago will always be a destination for free agents, because even Cubs players on…

    Comcast SportsNet Chicago
  • McAdam: How will Red Sox handle catching depth?

    The Boston Red Sox find themselves in a somewhat enviable position heading into the 2016 season - they have too much catching depth.With Christian Vazquez coming back from Tommy John surgery, there is a question about how they will juggle playing time for Vazquez, Blake Swihart and Ryan…

    Comcast SportsNet New England
  • Daniel Murphy challenges soccer player to dizzy baseball challenge

    Murphy found some time in between all the sightseeing in London to face off in a baseball challenge against Tottenham's Eric Dier.

    Big League Stew
  • Orioles sign ex-Padres reliever Dale Thayer

    Thayer was a solid part of San Diego's bullpen from 2012-2014.

    NBC Sports
  • Fate of Hank Aaron statue unclear with Braves moving

    The Atlanta Braves say they still do not know if the Hank Aaron statue will be moved from its current home at Turner Field to the team's new SunTrust Park, which will open in 2017. Keisha Lance Bottoms, the executive director of the Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority, told The Atlanta…

    The Associated Press
  • AP Interview: Union head Tony Clark pitches for more jobs

    With spring training approaching and dozens of players still seeking jobs, union leader Tony Clark concluded baseball's current system needs change. Among those still on the free-agent market are pitcher Yovani Gallardo, shortstop Ian Desmond and outfielder Dexter Fowler, who all turned down $15.8…

    The Associated Press
  • Why I Finally Know What Truck Day Is

    When my wife Diane turned 50 in 2012, we celebrated by going to a baseball park. In the eyes of the world it would have been a historic game. The park was Fenway. The teams were the Red Sox and the Yankees. The game would have been their first match in Fenway's 100th year. I've never been a sports…

    Huffington Post
  • Padres hire Hideo Nomo to boost presence in Pacific Rim

    The San Diego Padres have hired Hideo Nomo as an adviser to baseball operations to help expand their presence in the Pacific Rim. Nomo was the first Japanese player to permanently move to the big leagues, leading the way for more than 50 other players to follow. Last year, the Padres hired Moises…

    The Associated Press
  • Let's help the new Savannah summer league team pick a name

    Savannah, GA. has a new summer league team and they want baseball fans to help name them.

    Big League Stew
  • Astros designated hitter Gattis has sports hernia surgery

    HOUSTON (AP) -- Houston designated hitter Evan Gattis underwent surgery to repair a sports hernia.

    The Associated Press
  • The World Baseball Classic qualifiers begin tonight

    Wednesday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the start of baseball that counts, the intrigue of the Gurriel brothers and questions about the Diamondbacks and Padres. It’s okay, though, we’re going to do the heavy lifting for you each morning, and find the things you need to see from within the SB Nation…

    SB Nation
  • Moreland's $5.7M deal with Rangers avoids arbitration

    First baseman Mitch Moreland has agreed to a $5.7 million, one-year contract with the Texas Rangers, avoiding a salary arbitration hearing set for Wednesday. Moreland gets a raise without an arbitration hearing for the third year in a row. Moreland made $2,975,000 last season, when he hit .278 with…

    The Associated Press