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MLB News - 01/31/15
- Greinke candid about Dodgers' offseason of change
Zack Greinke said he hasn't decided if he will opt out of his contract after this coming season and said he wouldn't go into much detail about his thoughts on the possibility until Spring Training. Greinke did deliver with some candid and surprising appraisals when asked if the Dodgers are a better team now after a dramatic offseason of change than they were while winning 94 games last season.
- Dodgers faithful get up-close experience at FanFest
Forget the calendar. "This is the official beginning of the 2015 year," iconic announcer Vin Scully said Saturday at Dodgers FanFest.
- Perth rattles Sydney for shot at ABL championship
The Perth Heat eliminated the Sydney Blue Sox on Saturday night, sweeping the best-of-three set to earn a bid in the Australian Baseball League Championship Series.
- Source: Rays sign reliever Belisario to Minors deal
The Rays have signed reliever Ronald Belisario to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training and are close to completing a similar deal with infielder Alexi Casilla, a baseball source told MLB.com on Saturday.
- Monfort believes Rockies 'have the talent to win'
Rockies owner, chairman and CEO Dick Monfort isn't afraid to express his belief in his club in 2015. "We feel we have the talent to win," said Monfort at the annual Friends of Baseball Breakfast, a fundraiser for the sport's efforts in Weld County that this year had Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry as the featured speaker.
- Wieters, Machado expect to be ready for Opening Day
If everything goes according to plan, Orioles catcher Matt Wieters believes he will be ready for Opening Day, and he'll be joined by Manny Machado.
- Mariners all in as Seahawks try for Super Bowl repeat
Even as the Mariners go about their plans to make 2015 special for their own franchise, the club has expressed strong support for their Northwest neighbors in the pro sports world as the Seahawks prepare for Sunday's Super Bowl in Phoenix.
- Banks got better, never bitter, in face of adversity
It's hard to walk away knowing you did it right. But Ernie Banks' family and friends, the sport of baseball and the city of Chicago can rest assured that they gave Mr. Cub a grand sendoff on Saturday, one befitting his standing as the all-time leader in love of the game.
- Recovering Gordon says he'll be ready for Opening Day
Royals All-Star left fielder Alex Gordon is still sporting a soft cast that runs from his right hand to his elbow as he recovers from December wrist surgery.
- Yost happily surprised by appreciation at FanFest
Almost since the day Ned Yost took over as the Royals' manager in 2010, he's faced his fair share of criticism from the media. He even said he's heard insults from fans sitting behind the dugout.