SARASOTA, Fla. – Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette gave few clues Sunday morning on how involved the club is in acquiring free-agent starting pitcher Ervin Santana, but indicated that the team’s priority now is looking at its existing staff.
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Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports that the Twins offered Ervin Santana a three-year deal.
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Updating a previous report, the Baltimore Orioles' offer to free-agent SP Ervin Santana (Royals) is ...
Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski shot down any rumors today that the team is shopping not only right-handed starter Rick Porcello, but any of the team's five starters.
Starter Doug Fister’s inflamed right elbow is improving, Nationals Manager Matt Williams said. Fister is continuing to receive treatment on his right elbow, which began to feel tight after his first start last week. On Thursday, he underwent an MRI exam, which showed inflammation but no structural damage. “The inflammation is starting to get out […]
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The St. Louis Cardinals signed Cuban shortstop Aledmys Diaz to a major league contract on Sunday.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. FIRST PITCH: Zack Wheeler opposes Atlanta Braves right-hander Kris Medlen at 1:10 p.m. Sunday at Tradition Field (PIX11/WOR). Wheeler is making his second Grapefruit League start. He tossed three scoreless innings five days ago against the Houston Astros, allowing only two hits while striking out three. Also scheduled to pitch: Carlos Torres, Kyle Farnsworth, Jose Valverde, Jack Leathersich, Jeurys Familia and Ryan Reid. The Braves are expected to bring Evan Gattis, Andrelton Simmons and B.
Michael Brantley went 4-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI against the Padres on Saturday.
SARASOTA, FLA. — If you want another indication of how the landscape has changed over the past month at the Ed Smith Stadium complex, consider the Orioles' Grapefruit League game against the Red Sox on Saturday afternoon.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jose Abreu’s entry into the major leagues, albeit at the Cactus League level, couldn’t be going better. His work ethic, demeanor, professionalism and approach to hitting have impressed White Sox management, teammates and coaches. Through the first week of Cactus League games, he took pitches, worked counts and flashed the power the Sox are paying him $68 million over the next six years to see. Give Abreu an ‘‘A’’ on his first-quarter...