Bumgarner Breaks Pitching Hand When Hit By Line DriveSan Francisco Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner is hurt for the second straight year, breaking a bone in his pitching hand when hit by a line drive off the bat of Kansas City's Whit Merrifield during a spring training game on Friday.
Spring Training Report: Astros Favored To Get Most WinsAstros open as win-total favorites, while MLB looks to speed up games, as Spring Training moves into its second week.
Spring Training Report: The Boys Are Back In TownWinter is beginning to thaw, which can mean only one thing: it's time for baseball to return!
Baseball Agent Warns Of Possible Player Boycott Of Spring TrainingA prominent baseball agent says players are angered over the slow free-agent market and suggests they consider boycotting spring training.
30 Players: Trea Turner Looks To Build Off A Strong Rookie Year For NatsThe Nationals now turn to a young player to man the shortstop position with Danny Espinosa going to the Angels in the offseason.
Fuld Homers And Triples To Lead Athletics Past RedsSam Fuld hit a three-run homer off Jon Moscot and had an RBI triple to help the Oakland Athletics to beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-4 on Friday.
Pence Homers In Giants' Spring Loss To Mariners
Vogt Homers Twice In Athletics' Split-Squad Win Over RoyalsStephen Vogt hit a pair of home runs and drove in four and the Oakland Athletics beat a Kansas City Royals split squad 6-4 on Monday.
Giants' Peavy Much Better In Second Spring OutingSan Francisco veteran right-hander Jake Peavy pitched much better in his second start, but the Texas Rangers rallied for a 6-5 victory Monday.
Mark Ellis Back With Oakland Athletics As Special InstructorFormer Oakland Athletic Mark Ellis returned to the A's as a special instructor on Monday, a little more than a year after ending a successful 12-year big league career.
A's Shortstop Marcus Semien Makes Big Defensive StridesRon Washington stood side by side with shortstop Marcus Semien in the batting cage within the depths of the Oakland Coliseum last month, each smiling as they worked together for a FanFest session.
Baseball Is Back, Pitchers and Catchers Hold First WorkoutFrom Arizona to Florida, that familiar sound of baseballs snapping into gloves returned Thursday as many clubs held their first spring training workouts for pitchers and catchers that signaled the true start of a new year.

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