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  • Yankees fire employee who harassed Curt Schilling and his daughter

    Schilling previously exposed the Twitter trolls who were sending vulgar Tweets about his daughter.

    Big League Stew
  • The unwritten rules of eating a danged sandwich in the Mets' clubhouse

    On Tuesday, the Mets were in the news for something stupid. Because the Mets were in the mood for multiple stupid things on this first day of baseball, we'll have to clarify: Noah Syndergaard was eating lunch in the clubhouse during an intrasquad scrimmage, so he got a talking to and his lunch was…

    SB Nation
  • Rebuilt Red Sox rotation already developing a bond

    Of the five pitchers expected to make up the RedSox' starting rotation, three are new to the club this spring, joiningholdovers Clay Buchholz and Joe Kelly. After Rick Porcelloand Buchholz had pitched against Northeastern.

    Comcast SportsNet New England
  • Cubs' scramble on Wrigley Field hits bump when mayor balks

    The Chicago Cubs' scramble to get as much of a massive renovation of Wrigley Field done before next month's opening day hit a bump Tuesday when Mayor Rahm Emanuel dashed the team's hopes of winning city approval to keep construction crews working around the clock. ''The city ordinance is clear that…

    The Associated Press
  • ESPN throws shade on Nats' jerseys, calling them among worst in MLB

    ESPN's Uni Watch department has released their power rankings for Major League Baseball, a preseason list looking at the best and worst jerseys around the sport. All 30 teams are ranked and all are judged by ESPN'sUni Watch Power Rankings Executive Committee, "which has a membership of one and…

    Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic
  • Bullpen Review: NL West

    Our review of all major league bullpens continues with the NL West.

  • Showdown: Upton vs. Pence

    Justin Upton or Hunter Pence? Two Rotoworld writers take sides and debate.

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    Why The Dodgers Are Being Blacked Out In LA

    March 3 -- When the LA Dodgers play the Chicago White Sox - Wednesday - tomorrow - in Arizona for the first spring training game - many fans in LA won't be watching. For a 2nd consecutive year - a dispute over the subscriber fees sought by Time Warner Cable - which operates the Dodgers' SportNet…

    Bloomberg Video
  • Krukow: With Lincecum, 'I want to see it before I believe it'

    Last Friday, Tim Lincecum faced three hitters during a live BP session. The fastball was deceptive, Brandon Belt said. On Sunday, Lincecum faced four more Giants batters.

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
  • Cespedes off to slammin' start, Tigers rout Orioles

    Yoenis Cespedes hit a grand slam in his first game for Detroit, Ian Kinsler added a three-run homer and the Tigers routed the Baltimore Orioles 15-2 Tuesday in a spring training opener. The Tigers got the slugger from Boston in an offseason trade. Coming off a disappointing year, Baltimore starter…

    The Associated Press
  • Royals largely settled as spring training opener nears

    For decades, the Kansas City Royals headed to spring training full of uncertainty. Very few positions are up for grabs. ''I think we've developed that core group where most positions are set in stone,'' he added, ''and you have a bunch of prospects coming up that are ready to fill in if someone…

    The Associated Press
  • David Wright chews out Mets top prospect for eating lunch during game

    Noah Syndergaard should have been on the bench during a scrimmage, but he was eating lunch instead.

    Big League Stew
  • Curt Schilling lowers the boom on some men tweeting threats against his daughter

    Twitter does a pretty bad job of policing threats of violence against women. Curt Schilling does a much, much better job.

    NBC Sports
  • Watch: Hooters ball girl botches first play of spring

    Like some extra-thick cut bacon at Lenny's, a margarita at Frenchy's Tiki Bar, Philadelphia Phillies spring straining is never completely here until we get our first Hooters Ball Girl error of the season. As T-Mac, Ben Davis, and Matt Stairs all pointed out, that was one terrible effort, even for a…

    Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
  • Andrus longest-tenured Rangers position player at 26

    Elvis Andrus is an old-timer with the Texas Rangers, even though he is only 26 years old and just getting started on a big contract extension he signed two years ago. With 914 total games since making his major league debut at age 20 in 2009, Andrus is the Rangers' longest-tenured position player.

    The Associated Press
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    Duffman, bathrobes and Cousin Eddie

    Yahoo's SportsDash recaps some quirky things going on around MLB spring training.

    Yahoo Sports Videos
  • Braves CF Eric Young batting leadoff in spring opener

    Braves outfielder Eric Young Jr. will play in center field and bat leadoff in the team's spring-training opener against the Mets Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

    CBS Sports
  • Nationals 2B Uggla again seeing the ball well

    Dan Uggla was actually relieved last year to hear a doctor tell him he was ''really messed up.'' That happened last August when Uggla visited Dr. Robert Donatelli in Las Vegas and discovered there was a way to correct the faulty vision that had plagued him since the 2012 season. Now at 34, the…

    The Associated Press
  • 2015 MLB team preview: Los Angeles Dodgers

    Ex-Rays GM Andrew Friedman was lured -- thanks to a massive five-year, $35 million contract -- away from Tampa Bay and installed as the new president of baseball operations. Friedman then brought in a new GM (Farhan Zaidi) and helped orchestrate a roster remake over the winter.

    CBS Sports