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MLB News - 02/23/17
- 3 to get ready: MLB clubs, colleges set stage
Major League Baseball is back in action, and the schedule is filling up quickly. Today, the Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies will play in Spring Training exhibitions.
- Bait & pitch: Mets fin-ish strong, reel in shark
Bait & pitch: Mets fin-ish strong, reel in shark
- Spring games on MLB.TV begin Friday
MLB.TV is back and it's better than ever. Watch live out-of-market games -- including almost 300 Spring Training games & the World Baseball Classic without blackouts in the U.S. -- on more than 400 devices.
- Seager says he didn't have 'A' swing in '16
Here's a stunning revelation, passed along by Dodgers manager Dave Roberts: Corey Seager said he didn't have his "A" swing last year.
- Japan heavily favored in Classic's first round
Japan has become the World Baseball Classic's preeminent team. Samurai Japan won the tournament in 2006 and repeated three years later. And by the time a champion is crowned at Dodger Stadium next month, Japan is likely to reach the semifinal for a fourth time.
- King Felix throws first BP of spring
Felix Hernandez threw his first live batting practice session Wednesday as he continued gearing up for his initial Cactus League start next week.
- Spring has arrived: Get tickets, skeds, gear
Ready to see your favorite squad back in action? Come out to see live Grapefruit and Cactus League action this spring.
- Story wants to pen tale on defense
Rockies shortstop Trevor Story hit 27 home runs in his rookie season, but he also wants to be known for his defense.