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  • Angels relievers Kevin Jepsen, Sean Burnett not on parallel comeback tracks

    Angels relievers Kevin Jepsen, Sean Burnett not on parallel comeback tracks
    TEMPE, Ariz. -- A pair of key Angels relievers returned to the club for the first time since their season-ending injuries last summer, one clearly on track to start the regular season and the other one a little iffy. Right-hander Kevin Jepsen said...
  • Dodgers are gone, but Florida's Grapefruit League rolls on

    Dodgers are gone, but Florida's Grapefruit League rolls on
    VIERA, Fla. — If the notion of keeping your friends close and your enemies closer appeals, Florida's spring training scene may be just the ticket. It's a chance to see whom the Dodgers might play in the regular season or — dare I say it?...
  • Left-hander Brian Moran an intriguing bullpen option for Angels

    Left-hander Brian Moran an intriguing bullpen option for Angels
    TEMPE, Ariz. — It has been 14 years since the Angels carried a Rule 5 pick on their major league roster — the last was reliever Derrick Turnbow in 2000 — but left-hander Brian Moran could break that streak. Toronto selected Moran, 25,...
  • Rangers bolster powerful lineup with outfielder Shin-Soo Choo

    Rangers bolster powerful lineup with outfielder Shin-Soo Choo
    The Texas Rangers acquired the missing piece to their powerful offense Saturday by adding former Cincinnati Reds outfielder Shin-Soo Choo, who reportedly agreed to a seven-year, $130-million contract. After trading second baseman Ian Kinsler, their...
  • Others spend big on free agents, but A's do well with limited budget

    Others spend big on free agents, but A's do well with limited budget
      At the end of perhaps the most frenzied December shopping day in baseball history, the New York Yankees did two things they do very well: steal the headlines and spend a lot of money. The Miami Marlins jumped back into the free-agent waters. The...
  • Money talks for Mariners, as it did for Rangers in 2000

    Money talks for Mariners, as it did for Rangers in 2000
    The team had won 71 games, finishing a distant fourth in the American League West. The fans had gotten impatient. The best player in free agency had decided this would be all about the money, and that fourth-place team got him with a blowout bid. In...
  • Angels sign left-handed reliever Clay Rapada to minor league deal

    Angels sign left-handed reliever Clay Rapada to minor league deal
    The Angels have signed veteran left-handed relief specialist Clay Rapada to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training. Rapada, 32, has a 4.06 earned run average in 152 big league games over seven seasons with six teams — the...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw headlines players filing for arbitration

    Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw headlines players filing for arbitration
    It’s a procedural thing, something that happens with every major league club: This is the date players can file for salary arbitration. Three Dodgers did so Tuesday, all expected, but all noteworthy in their way – catcher A.J. Ellis,...
  • Bayern Munich secures its first Club World Cup

    Bayern Munich secures its first Club World Cup
    Bayern Munich capped the greatest year in club history by beating Raja Casablanca, 2-0, at Marrakech, Morocco, for its first Club World Cup. The European champion added a record fifth title to its trophy cabinet at the tournament of continental...
  • Baseball playoffs are a lucky break for the viewer

     Baseball playoffs are a lucky break for the viewer
    October is the month of triple-crown TV viewing. It's playoff time. Nothing better than a couch, a beer and a big-screen TV. To steal from the long-ago "Saturday Night Live" eloquence of Chico Escuela, "Baseball been berry, berry good to us." Sure,...
  • Baseball organizations see the numbers, turn blind eye to drug cheats

    Baseball organizations see the numbers, turn blind eye to drug cheats
    The saddest part of another syringe-spitting afternoon in baseball Monday occurred when, for one of the first times this summer, Alex Rodriguez spoke the truth. He had just been hit with a drug suspension bigger than Barry Bonds' neck, a record 211...