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Rob Parker: Hard to believe in 2015 Tigers

Rob Parker says all the question marks on the Tigers' roster makes it difficult to believe the team will win the AL Central in 2015.


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Marlins, SP Cosart cooperate with MLB probe

Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jarred Cosart said he is cooperating fully with MLB's investigation into his alleged gambling activity.


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Average value of MLB teams: $1.2 billion

Major-league baseball teams are worth $1.2 billion on average, an increase of 48 percent from 2014, according to Forbes' valuations released Wednesday.


Report: MLB investigates Marlins' Cosart for gambling

Major League Baseball reportedly is investigating whether Miami Marlins pitcher Jarred Cosart has bet on baseball.


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Cubs pitcher ends up at wrong ballpark

Chicago Cubs pitcher Edwin Jackson missed his spring training start Tuesday against the Oakland A's after driving to the wrong stadium.


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Latest ballpark innovation: No-mess nachos

Major League Baseball teams are unveiling their latest innovations in ballpark concessions, and the Milwaukee Brewers are no exception.


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Scherzer gets Nats Opening Day start

Former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper has pleaded guilty to sexual assault and attempted sexual assault in a plea deal with Arizona prosecutors and was immediately sentenced to nine years in prison, according to the Associated Pre...


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What should Tigers expect from J.D. Martinez in 2015?

J.D. Martinez was one of the 2014's biggest surprises, but can he keep it up this season?


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Three Dodgers lefties deal with ailments

The Los Angeles Dodgers' starting pitching took a recent series of hits -- literally in the case of ace Clayton Kershaw. However, it was only Kershaw who emerged still on track to open the season in the rotation.


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MLB notebook: Marlins' Yelich signs seven-year deal

The Miami Marlins signed outfielder Christian Yelich to a seven-year contract Sunday. The deal, worth a reported $49.570 million, is through the 2021 season, with a club option for 2022.


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