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Cubs fans gather at statue to remember Banks

Chicago Cubs fans paid their respects to Ernie Banks after the statue of the legend was placed in a downtown plaza on Wednesday.

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Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame to be erected in Lansing

The Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame will feature plaques mounted on 3-foot tall pillars.

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Marlins officially sign Suzuki to 1-year contract

The Miami Marlins officially signed free agent outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to a one-year contract, the team announced Tuesday night.

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Yanks may fight A-Rod over bonus money

The New York Yankees are working on legal arguments to void milestone home run bonuses for Alex Rodriguez, according to reports Monday.

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Services for Ernie Banks to be held this weekend

A public visitation and a memorial service for Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks will be held Friday and Saturday in Chicago, the Cubs announced Monday.

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Yanks reportedly reject A-Rod's apology attempt

Alex Rodriguez made attempts to meet face-to-face with New York Yankees executives to apologize and clear the air but he reportedly was told, "We'll see you in spring training."

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Banks died after suffering heart attack

The family of Ernie Banks announced Sunday that the Chicago Cubs Hall of Famer died after suffering a heart attack.

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Public opinion clear: Brady is a cheater

The only thing more embarrassing than Bill Belichick's impromptu press conference Saturday proclaiming his New England Patriots did nothing wrong was Tom Brady's public denial.

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Scherzer thanks Tigers in full-page ad

Former Tigers' pitcher Max Scherzer used a full-page advertisement in Sunday's Detroit Free Press to thank the organization and its fans for their support during his tenure in the Motor City.

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Tigers have new look, still expect to contend

Despite making plenty of changes in the offseason, the Detroit Tigers still expect to be a contending team in 2015.

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