1/25/2015 | Source: Flaherty, Orioles agree on one-year contract
The Orioles have reached a one-year deal with infielder Ryan Flaherty worth $1.075 million, avoiding arbitration, a source told MLB.com.
1/25/2015 | Weaver weighs in on offseason, goals for 2015
At one point last season, Jered Weaver stepped on the scale, saw "199" and committed himself to getting bigger. On Sunday night, 25 days before reporting for Spring Training, the Angels' ace weighed in at a career-high 224.
1/25/2015 | Trimmer Garcia ready to take off in 2015
White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia looks slim and trim, a fact confirmed by anybody who ran into him this past weekend at SoxFest. Garcia smiled and guessed that he dropped about 15 pounds but wasn't as worried about the total as much as how getting prepared will help him.
1/25/2015 | Halos' Hamilton expects big year at plate in 2015
Josh Hamilton's personal goals haven't changed, even though expectations from the outside have plunged. "I'm gonna say .300, 30 and 100," Hamilton said Sunday night, referencing his batting average, home run and RBI totals when asked about his own expectations for 2015. "Keep it simple. Those are very obtainable."
1/25/2015 | Mariners close to reuniting with Endy, Gutierrez
Two familiar outfielders, Endy Chavez and Franklin Gutierrez, are close to returning to the Mariners on Minor League deals with invitations to next month's Major League Spring Training.
1/25/2015 | SoxFest concludes with high hopes for 2015
SoxFest '15, which concluded Sunday afternoon at the Hilton Chicago, was almost exclusively messages of thanks and visions of grandeur toward the team's second playoff appearance since the White Sox won the World Series 10 years ago.
1/25/2015 | Winning T-shirt designs unveiled
The Brewers on Sunday unveiled seven winning T-shirt designs to be distributed during all-fan giveaways at 2015 home games. For the first time, fans decided the winners in an online vote.
1/25/2015 | Henderson, Thornburg aiming for Opening Day
Brewers relievers Jim Henderson and Tyler Thornburg, who missed most of last season with arm injuries, each expressed optimism during Sunday's "Brewers On Deck" about being healthy in time for Opening Day.
1/25/2015 | Braun says 'so far, so good' with right thumb
More than three months after undergoing a procedure to relieve nerve pain that contributed to the least productive season of his career, Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun was still brimming with optimism on Sunday.
1/25/2015 | At 'On Deck' event, Brewers owner says roster's not set
A year after using the event to announce a record-setting contract for Matt Garza, Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio told fans at Sunday's "On Deck" event that the team's 2015 edition is still under construction.
1/25/2015 | Fans show support, optimism at Target Field TwinsFest
TwinsFest was held at Target Field for a second straight year this weekend, and team president Dave St. Peter said roughly 14,000 fans attended the event to help generate $300,000 for the Twins Community Fund.
1/25/2015 | Torii returns to open arms at TwinsFest
For Torii Hunter, it felt like he never left. The outfielder, who rejoined the Twins on a one-year deal after leaving Minnesota following the 2007 season, was perhaps the most popular player at TwinsFest this weekend.
1/25/2015 | Williams, White Sox look back on championship run
In honor of SoxFest and the start of the 10-year anniversary celebration for executive vice president Ken Williams and the 2005 World Series champions, here's a brief primer on that very special White Sox team.
1/25/2015 | Murphy's unclear role a result of injuries, outfield depth
Right fielder David Murphy, who was signed to a two-year contract prior to last season, likely stands to lose playing time if both Brandon Moss and Nick Swisher are healthy and ready to go by Opening Day.
1/25/2015 | Reds close out caravan with 'select-a-seat' event
Despite it being late January, the field at Great American Ball Park appeared ready and a smattering of Reds fans were looking for their seats Sunday. Of course, no baseball games were to be played on this day. It was all for the club's annual "select-a-seat" event for new and returning customers seeking season tickets for the 2015 season.
1/25/2015 | Manfred has clear vision of game's future
Commissioner Rob Manfred is eager to get to work on his plan for Major League Baseball, which includes incorporating an umbrella approach to participation in order to better engage today's youth.
1/25/2015 | Perkins recovered from arm injury, prepared for camp
Twins closer Glen Perkins said he's fully recovered from his left forearm injury that saw him miss the last two weeks of the 2014 season, and he'll be ready to go for Spring Training.
1/25/2015 | Chicago to host public memorial for Banks at Daley Plaza
The bronze statue of Ernie Banks will be installed in Daley Plaza from Wednesday until Saturday as a public memorial for fans who want to celebrate the Hall of Famer's life, the Cubs and the City of Chicago announced Sunday. The outdoor plaza is at 50 W. Washington Street.
1/25/2015 | Nats hold auditions for 2015 Racing Presidents
There are several key traits present in every presidential hopeful: an excellent knowledge of history, a wealth of experience, a solid 40 time and some infectious dance moves. The Nationals were concerned with the latter two on Sunday, when they held auditions for the 2015 Racing Presidents at the Nats' Youth Baseball Academy in Southeast D.C.
1/25/2015 | Offseason spent in Texas agrees with Darvish
This has been a winter of content for Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish, who has spent most of it in Texas working out at the Ballpark.
1/25/2015 | Kluber collects Cy Young Award, joins Tribe Fest
Following a whirlwind trip to New York and back, Indians starter Corey Kluber returned to Tribe Fest with his American League Cy Young Award in tow.
1/25/2015 | Maddon watches Baez play in Puerto Rico
Cubs manager Joe Maddon was in Puerto Rico this weekend to watch Javier Baez play in the championship series with Santurce. What was he looking for? Maddon told the young infielder he wanted to "see him smile."
1/25/2015 | Commissioner Rob Manfred's letter to fans
Rob Manfred's letter to fans on his first day as the 10th Commissioner of Major League Baseball.
1/25/2015 | Selig goes out on top in final day as Commissioner
Bud Selig might just remember it as one of the best evenings of his life. His emotions bubbled to the surface a time or two, but there were also waves of laughter and joy in his final hours as Commissioner on Saturday night, as he was honored at the New York Baseball Writers' Association of America Dinner.
1/25/2015 | Banks broke barriers with unwavering kindness
Ernie Banks passed away late Friday. He, however, will live forever in the memories of baseball players, officials and fans. Banks arrived at Wrigley Field in September 1953, allowing the Cubs to become the ninth of the 16 Major League teams to integrate. More than 61 years later, he is still the face of one of the game's more storied franchises.
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