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Lookout Landing 3 hours ago
Ariel Miranda is still a starter...for now

Ariel Miranda is still a starter...for now

The 28-year-old’s potential switch to the bullpen will remain on hold While Ariel Miranda is still very much a candidate for a bullpen role in Seattle, he will spend the bulk of Spring Training being stretched out as a starting pitcher. Ariel Miranda will remain stretched out as a starter all spring. Could be one of first options if a starter gets injured.— Ryan Divish (@RyanDivish) February 19, 2017 Mariners can always move him to bullpen late in spring if no other lefty steps forward for that second spot in the bullpen.— Ryan Divish (@RyanDivish) February 19, 2017 This is...

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CSN Bay Area 1 hour ago

A's spring training update Day 6: Davis savors winter in Oakland

MESA, Ariz. Khris Davis enjoyed quite an offseason travel itinerary, checking out Toronto, taking in the beaches of Hawaii and dining on lobster in Belize.However, it was the time spent in his adopted hometown of Oakland that most struck a chord with the As left fielder. After finishing his first season with the As, Davis followed through on his plan to make his offseason home in Oakland, and he was glad he did.
CSN Bay Area 3 hours ago

BART, transportation among issues A's tackling in ballpark search

MESA, Ariz. The research and fact-finding continues for the As as they work toward deciding where to build their new ballpark in Oakland.Team president Dave Kaval, in Arizona to briefly soak up the spring training vibe, says the team is still gathering all the information it can on the four locations being considered the current Coliseum site, Howard Terminal, Laney College and Brooklyn Basin, which like Howard Terminal is a waterfront site.
Seattle Times 4 hours ago
Nelson Cruz on the 2017 Mariners: ‘We are ready to go and win the division. That’s the goal’

Nelson Cruz on the 2017 Mariners: ‘We are ready to go and win the division. That’s the goal’

Video of Nelson Cruz meeting with the media for the first time this spring.
San Francisco Chronicle 6 hours ago

A’s Khris Davis won’t play in WBC, discusses love for Oakland

A’s Khris Davis won’t play in WBC, discusses love for Oakland Citing a desire to focus on his commitment to the A’s and the city of Oakland, left fielder Khris Davis confirmed Sunday that he will not play for Team Mexico in the World Baseball Classic. “I’m not going be able to fulfill that due to some timing issues,” Davis said at Hohokam Stadium on the A’s first full day of workouts. In his first season with the A’s last year, Davis got off to a slow start, batting .194 with no homers through April 20, but he finished with 42 homers, the most by an Oakland player in 17...
Seattle Times 6 hours ago
Rain scuttles Mariners’ first full-squad workout, but Scott Servais still delivered his opening camp speech

Rain scuttles Mariners’ first full-squad workout, but Scott Servais still delivered his opening camp speech

Manager Scott Servais understands there are more expectations for the Mariners in 2017 and believes that "pressure is a privilege."
Orange County Register 6 hours ago
Angels' Albert Pujols says his first week has been 'really good'

Angels' Albert Pujols says his first week has been 'really good'

TEMPE, Ariz. — Nearly a week into his spring training, Albert Pujols is happy with the progress he’s making. “It’s been really good,” said Pujols, who reported Tuesday with the pitchers and catchers to Angels' camp. “No soreness at all...
CSN Bay Area 6 hours ago

Khris Davis bows out of World Baseball Classic

MESA, Ariz. -- A's left fielder Khris Davis confirmed that he won't play for Team Mexico in the World Baseball Classic.Davis said he felt "terrible" about the decision, but that he wanted his undivided attention to be on preparing for his second season with Oakland."I kind of feel over-extended," he said shortly before the A's hit the field for their first full-squad workout of the season.
Seattle Times 8 hours ago
Felix Hernandez is fitter, but will Mariners starter rebound from a down season?

Felix Hernandez is fitter, but will Mariners starter rebound from a down season?

M’s fans may hate to admit it, but the signs of decline stick out like an Oscar Mayer product at Whole Foods. So should they be distressed, or can the King still regain his regal form?
San Francisco Chronicle 20 hours ago

A’s Khris Davis leaning toward not playing in WBC

A’s left fielder Khris Davis, who is on Team Mexico’s roster for the World Baseball Classic, is strongly leaning toward not participating in the event, The Chronicle has learned. Davis, who is likely to address his WBC status on Sunday morning when he reports to Oakland’s camp, wants to focus on preparing for the regular season, according to sources. Davis led the team with 42 homers last year in his first season with Oakland, the most by an A’s player in 17 years, despite getting off to a slow start, batting .174 with no homers through April 20.
Los Angeles Times 21 hours ago

Owner Arte Moreno believes Angels can compete

Sixty-nine Angels gathered Saturday at Tempe Diablo Stadium for their first full-squad workout of 2017.  Unseasonable rain pounding the Phoenix area nixed that. But, in a rare instance of public comment, their owner, Arte Moreno expressed excitement about the Angels’ chances this season. He said...
Sacramento Bee Feb 18, 2017

Robinson Cano optimistic about Mariners' season

Robinson Cano's 13th major league season starts Sunday when the Seattle Mariners gather as a full squad for the first team workout of spring training, and the seven-time All-Star was …
Seattle Times Feb 18, 2017
Mariners all-star second baseman Robinson Cano: ‘I can’t wait for Opening Day.’

Mariners all-star second baseman Robinson Cano: ‘I can’t wait for Opening Day.’

The all-star second baseman met with the media after arriving to spring training

Moreno: Angels better financially, staying put

Moreno: Angels better financially, staying put
Reliever Thyago Vieira impresses Mariners’ staff with his first bullpen session

Reliever Thyago Vieira impresses Mariners’ staff with his first bullpen session

Manager Scott Servais was impressed by Thyago Vieira's fastball and his ability to control his emotions and effort the first bullpen session.

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