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Return of the white flag trade? How Cubs are setting themselves up for a difficult July dilemma

Chicago is rebuilding -- but also good enough to compete in the NL Central. Heres why that could create a big problem for the teams future plans....

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State of the AL East: Yankees or Rays? How good are the Red Sox and Blue Jays?

After an eventful offseason changed the landscape of the division, we debate how the teams vying to take Tampa Bays crown measure up....

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Phils' Herrera plays 1st game since 2019 arrest

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Odubel Herrera, playing in his first game since his arrest on domestic violence charges two years ago, went 1-for-3 in Tuesdays spring training game against Toronto....

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D-backs' Calhoun (meniscus tear) set for surgery

Diamondbacks starting right fielder Kole Calhoun will have surgery Wednesday on his right knee because of a medial meniscus tear. Manager Torey Lovullo said Tuesday he wasnt sure whether the injury would cause Calhoun to miss opening day....

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MLB delays Triple-A season at least one month

While Triple-A, the highest level of minor league baseball, was scheduled to begin April 6, games will be pushed back to around the same time that Double-A and Class A are expected to open -- the first week of May, an MLB official confirmed Tuesday....

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Report: Indians knew about Callaway complaints

Despite public statements to the contrary, the Indians were made aware of complaints about Mickey Callaways behavior while he was the teams pitching coach, according to The Athletic....

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MLB bringing back in-game video for players

Major League Baseball has cleared the way for the return of in-game video on dugout iPads beginning on opening day, with catcher signals obscured by a computer program....

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