Don't look to Corey Hart for a sob story. He's not the pitiful type. He's the kind of person who finds worth in adversity and joy in altered plans.
Josh Vitters appreciates it when Cubs officials remind everyone he's only 24.
There were times last year when Mike Fiers hoped to wake up and find that it was all a dream.
JUPITER, Fla. - Adam Wainwright became the last healthy St. Louis Cardinals pitcher to get into a game, holding the Miami Marlins to one hit and fanning one in two scoreless innings of a 7-3 exhibition loss on Friday.
SURPRISE, Ariz.-The most talked-about grip change on the San Francisco Giants last season took place during a batting practice session, when Brandon Belt tweaked the way he holds the bat, added a couple of other minor fixes and started hitting everything in sight.
Jason Grilli clapped his hand into his glove Friday afternoon and jogged off the diamond at McKechnie Field into the dugout, another inning down.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - What shortstop Jhonny Peralta knew of the St. Louis Cardinals' pool of young talent before he signed with the club consisted of what he saw from afar this past October in the playoffs. It was hard not to notice hotshot rookie Carlos Martinez's fastball.
Yordano Ventura allowed two runs in three innings of his first Cactus League start in a 5-0 loss to the Giants on Friday. He also struck out two.
Over the winter Zach Lee said he was coming to spring training to win a spot in the Los Angeles Dodgers rotation. And though that's clearly not going to happen this season, the 22-year-old right-hander isn't about to change his goals.
John Stearns couldn't be John Stearns. His body wouldn't allow it
Sean Burnett and C.J. Wilson stood in the Angels' clubhouse Friday morning knowing they probably wouldn't be there if not for Dr. Frank Jobe.
For three innings, Scott Kazmir looked exactly like what you'd expect from a pitcher who was deemed worthy of a two-year, $22 million deal.
Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett remembers sitting in the Kansas City Royals clubhouse with teammates long after games ended talking baseball, often sharing a bunch of beer and a bag of potato chips.
Standing in the middle of the clubhouse holding court with fellow Latino players, Felix Hernandez could not allow himself to walk away from this conversation without a resolution.
When David Ortiz saw Kennys Vargas on a baseball field for the first time, he noticed a lot of similarities. The enormous body. The infectious smile. The exaggerated mannerisms. But once Ortiz watched the Twins' power-hitting prospect at the plate, he realized they weren't as similar as he thought.
Detroit hurler Luis Marte balked in the winning run with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning, giving the New York Yankees a 3-2 spring-training decision over the Tigers at Steinbrenner Field.
It didn't matter that Hector Santiago's four-inning, 42-pitch, one-hit, five-strikeout effort in Tempe Diablo Stadium on Friday came against a Chicago Cubs split squad of reserves and minor leaguers.
Yankees fifth starter candidate Michael Pineda struck out four and gave up one hit over two shutout innings in his first spring training start, New York's 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night.
Is Daniel Fields the next Willie Horton?
For a moment it looked like Terry Francona's shout from the dugout would be one the Cleveland Indians' manager would regret.
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