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The Minnesota Twins have finalized their low-risk contract with right-hander Anibal Sanchez, securing another experienced candidate for their rotation.
Mets GM Sandy Alderson says the former NFL quarterback is bound for the bigs. So assuming he's right -- when? And for how long?
The Marlins will wear Stoneman Douglas High School hats during their workout and pregame before their Grapefruit League opener Friday.
Marlins manager Don Mattingly says Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper should not be critiquing Miami's offseason moves.
Josh Donaldson expects to become a free agent next offseason after shutting down contract talks with the Toronto Blue Jays, saying that the sides do not see "eye to eye" on a long-term deal.
Christian Yelich said his biggest disappointment is that Miami failed to make the playoffs or post a .500 record during his time there and cites the death of Jose Fernandez as the unfortunate turning point for the Marlins franchise.
From a surprising Cy Young finalist to World Series Game 7's winning pitcher, we examine if 10 unexpected successes can double up this time around.
How do Darvish's former rivals rate their new ace's repertoire? Said Addison Russell: "I'm just glad he's on our side now."
Hall of Fame first baseman Orlando Cepeda was hospitalized in the Bay Area on Monday night, according to a report.
Eric Hosmer and the San Diego Padres have finalized their $144 million, eight-year contract.
Boston needed a slugger ready to solve its power problem, but the Red Sox might have blinked in their effort to land the only acceptable option.
Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun reported to spring training Monday to prepare for his 12th big league season. For the first time since his rookie campaign in 2007, he'll be taking ground balls at first base.
Now that San Diego's first base position is in Eric Hosmer's $144 million hands, it seems as if there are 144 million candidates for the one remaining starting spot in the Padres' outfield.
Justin Turner heard about it for weeks. He couldn't get away from talk about the Dodgers' seven-game loss to the Houston Astros in the 2017 World Series.
J.D. Martinez has finally made his move, signing with the Red Sox and joining a team loaded with talented young outfielders. But even if Martinez winds up at designated hitter more often than not, Eric Karabell trusts in the slugger's fantasy value.
Jake Odorizzi says he's glad he no longer has to worry about being traded, after the Rays shipped him to the Twins.
Boston didn't land Giancarlo Stanton or Manny Machado. But the Sox snagged their top offseason target and the power bat they desperately needed.