2/11/2016 | No dispute atop Network's catcher rankings
There was no debate leading MLB Network's Top 10 Catchers Right Now lists, as Buster Posey retained his first-place ranking.
2/11/2016 | MLB Network ranks top right fielders right now
Right field is home to some of the game's top hitters, as evidenced by the fact that the position ranked second behind only first base last year in home runs, slugging percentage and OPS. Though the reigning National League Most Valuable Player hails from right field, he has plenty of competition when it comes to sorting out the best right fielders in the game.
2/11/2016 | 10 to watch from MLB's international showcase
Major League Baseball wrapped up its fifth annual International Prospect Showcase on Thursday with a celebration of the present and a look toward the future of the event.
2/11/2016 | Moustakas gets 2-year deal from Royals
Mike Moustakas and the Royals avoided arbitration Thursday, agreeing to a two-year deal worth a reported $14.3 million.
2/11/2016 | Sharon Robinson shares in father's legacy
Sharon Robinson had some eye-opening experiences Thursday. The daughter of Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson went to the Library of Congress and then took a tour of the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.
2/11/2016 | Goldy sets the fantasy standard at first base
In recent seasons, fantasy owners have come to rely on first base as one of the last outposts of premium power production. But in 2016, the list of premier players at this position is not as deep as past years.
2/11/2016 | Inbox: Will Cano burst from gate?
Mariners beat reporter Greg Johns answers fans' questions.
2/11/2016 | Prospects invited to Rockies' big league camp
Rather than have their non-roster invitees to Spring Training largely populated with veterans from other organizations looking for big league jobs, the Rockies' list released Thursday weighs toward prized homegrown players.
2/11/2016 | Fans give Angels festive sendoff
The Angels celebrated "Moving Day" on Thursday, giving their Arizona-bound equipment truck a sendoff with a fan event that included autograph signing by past greats Chuck Finley and Garret Anderson plus current left-hander Tyler Skaggs.
2/11/2016 | D-backs remodel rotation with Greinke, Miller
The D-backs made the most surprising free-agent signing this offseason when they inked Zack Greinke to a six-year, $206.5 million deal, and they further signaled their commitment to be competitive in 2016 by trading for right-hander Shelby Miller.
2/11/2016 | Bucs add two lefties on Minor League deals
The Pirates added two intriguing left-handers to their staff on Thursday, signing Cory Luebke and Eric O'Flaherty to Minor League contracts with invitations to big league Spring Training.
2/11/2016 | Leake, Oh among group of new Cardinals
As a countdown to the start of Spring Training, cardinals.com continues with a series of stories designed to examine various issues, address important questions and spotlight players who could be critical to the Cardinals' success.
2/11/2016 | Padres hire Nomo as baseball ops advisor
In a move to help strengthen their ties in the Pacific Rim, the Padres hired former Major League pitcher Hideo Nomo as an advisor for baseball operations.
2/11/2016 | White Sox reportedly in on Desmond
Shortstop Ian Desmond, who continues to languish on the free-agent market, could soon find a home on the South Side of Chicago. The White Sox are among the teams considering a deal with Desmond, MLB Network's Jon Heyman reported on Thursday.
2/11/2016 | Spring around corner as Padres send off trucks
On Thursday, the second of two Padres trucks left Petco Park, set to make the 357-mile journey to the Peoria Sports Complex. The Padres held a gathering for fans outside Petco Park to bid farewell to the second truck and give away tickets -- and coffee and donuts.
2/11/2016 | Ramirez, Rodney highlight Padres' new faces
New guys? Yep, the Padres have a few of those this time, although maybe not as many as they did a year ago after general manager A.J. Preller had his winter spending and trading spree.
2/11/2016 | Gonzalez leads deep bench bunch
The Astros feel good about the versatility and skill on their bench heading into the season, beginning with the return of Marwin Gonzalez.
2/11/2016 | Dodgers reportedly shopping Guerrero
The Dodgers are attempting to trade infielder/outfielder Alex Guerrero and have talked to "numerous" clubs about the possibility, FoxSports.com reported on Thursday. The club has not commented on or confirmed the report.
2/11/2016 | Peraza an intriguing new addition for Reds
This is Part 2 of a series previewing the Reds for the 2016 season, which gets underway next week when pitchers and catchers report to the team's complex in Goodyear, Ariz., with the first workout on Feb. 18. The series began Tuesday with a look at the team's bounce-back candidates. The focus of the second installment is "The New Guys."
2/11/2016 | Lefty-heavy rotation not a concern
Take a Major League rotation and fill it with four or five right-handed starters. It becomes about as newsworthy as a ground ball to short in the third inning of a 7-0 game. Rearrange that same rotation with four left-handers, and it not only becomes a story but also potentially a concern.
2/11/2016 | Inciarte headlines list of new Braves in 2016
There will be plenty of new faces when the Braves welcome center fielder Ender Inciarte and their other newcomers to Spring Training next week. This is the latest installment of MLB.com's Spring Training preview: The new guys.
2/11/2016 | Nova eager to earn his spot in Yanks' rotation
Ivan Nova understands that he does not have the luxury of a guaranteed rotation spot, but as the Yankees right-hander eyes a bounce-back campaign in his second year removed from Tommy John surgery, he has made his preference clear.
2/11/2016 | Kazmir headlines list of Dodgers' newcomers
Dodgers pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training next week. In anticipation, MLB.com presents a series of articles previewing the season. Thursday's installment is "The New Guys," of which the Dodgers have fewer than last season after a relatively quiet winter.
2/11/2016 | WBC play could cost prep Boyce HS eligibility
National pride and the chance to play in the ultimate international baseball tournament are apparently enough for Jimmy Boyce to be willing to potentially sacrifice his high school baseball career.
2/11/2016 | Rockies beef up bullpen, add vets to lineup
In our first installment of the Spring Training preview, we looked at Rockies On The Rebound. Now we take a look at The New Guys.
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