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What To Watch For As Spring Games Start
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Marlins Striving For A Championship
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Recruiter linked to Biogenesis gets prison time
A South Florida man who admitted to recruiting foreign baseball players for the operators of a steroid-dispensing clinic has been sentenced to prison followed by house arrest.

Wright scolds Syndergaard over lunch gaffe
As captain of the New York Mets, David Wright takes responsibility for making sure the team's young players handle themselves in a professional manner.

Andrus: I took this offseason more seriously
Elvis Andrus is an old-timer with the Texas Rangers, even though he is only 26 years old and just getting started on a big contract extension he signed two years ago.

Dice-K return in Japan starts in familiar place
Daisuke Matsuzaka made the first start of his comeback in Japan on Wednesday, returning to the scene of one of his most memorable pitching performances.

Lester named to start Cubs' season opener
New Chicago Cubs ace Jon Lester will throw the first pitch of the new baseball season April 5 against the St. Louis Cardinals, manager Joe Maddon announced Monday.

Worst-kept secret: Kershaw starting opener
Here's how the conversation about Opening Day goes when you have a pitcher of Clayton Kershaw's accomplishments. The Dodgers -- and everyone in baseball -- knew Kershaw would be scheduled to pitch that game before anyone even arrived at Camelback Ranch.

Cubs seek longer hours for Wrigley renovation
The Chicago Cubs say they will seek permission to work longer hours on renovations at Wrigley Field, but not to work 24 hours a day.

A-Rod won't play in Yankees' spring opener
The New York Yankees will open their exhibition season Tuesday without Alex Rodriguez in the lineup.

Wainwright happy after brief bullpen session
Adam Wainwright bumped fists and smiled after a short bullpen session Monday, the first since straining his abdominal muscle a week ago.

D-backs to honor woman who died in Syria
The Arizona Diamondbacks will wear a black patch with "KAYLA" on it in spring training games Tuesday through Sunday in memory of Kayla Mueller, the young Arizona woman who died in captivity in Syria.

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