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MLB News - 03/27/17
- Elementary scoop: GM's kid leaks news?
Elementary scoop: GM's kid leaks news?
- Rizzo tries leadoff spot, homers on first pitch
Rizzo tries leadoff spot, homers on first pitch
- Opening Day to cap week of intrigue in MLB
There's no mistaking what's happening in the week ahead: Baseball officially will be back.
- Harvey hits 97 mph in best spring start
Matt Harvey was well aware of his flagging spring velocity and what people thought about it. Knowing that, Mets manager Terry Collins figured Harvey was determined to show off on Sunday, dialing his heater up to a monthly high of 97 mph .
- Lester battles Tribe in Series rematch on MLB.TV
It's the final week of Spring Training, and there are eight Grapefruit and Cactus League games that can be seen today and tonight on MLB.TV.
- Got a draft? Get an edge with Fantasy 411's Cheat Sheet
With fantasy-baseball-draft season in full-swing, MLB.com put together a cheat sheet for fans in need of expert advice. Make sure to have the one-stop information shop on hand during your auctions or snake drafts.
- April powers: Which teams are set for hot starts?
Hope springs eternal for each of the 30 Major League teams during Spring Training, but with a slow start in April, hope can turn to worry in a flash. MLB.com has crunched the numbers with two different models to find which teams have the easiest and toughest roads through April.
- Fan barehands foul ball, keeps beer intact
Fan barehands foul ball, keeps beer intact
- 5 trends to keep an eye on in 2017
As a new season begins, hitters are swinging for the fences and pitchers are racking up more strikeouts than ever before.
- No hoodie for Belichick at D-backs camp
No hoodie for Belichick at D-backs camp
- Absences could loom large on Opening Day
Several clubs will be without key players on Opening Day, and 5 in particular will be sorely missed until they can return.
- Nathan, Albers released, ending bullpen bids
Right-handers Joe Nathan and Matt Albers were unconditionally released after both were told they would not make the Nationals' Opening Day roster despite solid spring performances.
- Fantasy preview gives you control of your dreams
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
- MLB.TV is counting down to Opening Day
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