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Mon Feb 1918:31Chipper on Braves spring competition : 'It's a free-for-all'Ronald AcunaCFBravesFree Agent
Lane AdamsCF/LF/PHBravesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesSportsWiseGuy.com
Ender InciarteCFBravesWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Matt KempLF/RFDodgersLas Vegas Giants
Nick MarkakisRFBravesBig Chee
Brandon McCarthySPBravesFree Agent
Preston TuckerDH/LFBravesFree Agent
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — Chipper Jones says this spring will be wide open for the Atlanta Braves."Guys need to know that this team and this organization are tired of the last few years," the former Braves star after Monday's first full-squad workout. "We're a very proud organization. We went through a rough offseason with the changing of the (front office), but ... there's definitely a change in attitude. You see it in the way the coaching staff is putting together spring training."The 45-year-old Jones was elected to the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility this winter. His 19-year career, all with Atlanta, ended in 2012 and nearly coincided with the Braves' run of 14 straight division titles. They come into 2018 on a streak of four straight losing seasons, including last year's 72-90 mark.In his role as a special assistant, the star third baseman is hoping that competition for positions might spark a revival."It's a free-for-all," Jones said. "There are a few people who had ... [More]
Mon Feb 1918:31Odorizzi welcomes cost-cutting Rays deal to optimistic TwinsC.J. Cron1BAngelsMoneyball
Corey DickersonDH/LFRaysLas Vegas Giants
Brian Dozier2BTwinsBig Chee
Zach DukeRPTwinsFree Agent
Evan Longoria3BGiantsWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Jake OdorizziSPRaysBig Chee
Michael PinedaSPTwinsDodger Blue
Addison ReedRPRed SoxMoneyball
Fernando RodneyRPTwinsFree Agent
Ervin SantanaSPTwinsOld Hoss
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Jake Odorizzi joined the Minnesota Twins just in time for their first full-squad workout of spring training.He had a sense he'd land with them, actually, and it was a good feeling. Leaving behind the Tampa Bay Rays teammates he'd become close friends with wasn't fun, but leaving an organization cutting salary for one coming off a postseason appearance was a welcomed trade."I'm glad to have that closure now, where I don't have to worry about it each day waking up like, 'Is this could be the day I have a new team?'" Odorizzi said.That moment came on Saturday night, when the Rays sent the 27-year-old right-hander to the Twins for minor league shortstop Jermaine Palacios."It's kind of a foregone thing when you're there, to a certain point. Everyone ends up leaving, whether it's time or dollars," Odorizzi said on Monday afternoon, after putting on his Twins uniform for the first time. "I'm out, so I'm happy to go to be here to be on a contending team."The Rays, who... [More]
Mon Feb 1918:21AP source: JD Martinez, Red Sox agree to $110M, 5-year dealMitch Moreland1BRed SoxFree Agent
A person familiar with the negotiations says slugger J.D. Martinez and the Boston Red Sox have agreed to a $110 million, five-year contract.The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Monday because the agreement was subject to a successful physical and had not been announced.Boston was seeking to add power to a lineup that hit an AL-low 168 home runs. The 30-year-old Martinez has changed his swing to improve his launch angle and become one of the top home-run threats in the majorsHe hit .303 with 45 homers and 104 RBIs last year for Detroit and Arizona, which acquired him on July 18 for three prospects. He had 29 homers and 65 RBIs in 62 games with the Diamondbacks, and hit a record-tying four home runs in a game.Martinez figures to become the primary designated hitter for the AL East champion Red Sox, which would turn Hanley Ramirez into a platoon player at first with Mitch Moreland.___More AP baseball: https://apnews.com/tag/MLBbaseball
Mon Feb 1918:11Trout hopes upcoming Angels' season can match his offseasonZack CozartSSAngelsFree Agent
Ian Kinsler2BAngelsOld Hoss
Mike TroutCFAngelsLas Vegas Giants
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Mike Trout is hoping his 2018 season can match a tremendous offseason: He got married, watched his beloved Philadelphia Eagles win the Super Bowl and participated in the Angels' successful recruitment of Japanese pitcher-hitter Shohei Ohtani.Trout, who took part Monday in the team's first full-squad workout, said he tried to persuade Ohtani that the Angels were a good organization to play for "and just told him that we wanted him.""You obviously want to make a good case to get him to come here. Obviously, it worked," he said. "Talking to him and talking to his interpreter, I knew there was a shot. We wanted him. We got him."Trout found out the Angels landed Ohtani at the rehearsal dinner for his wedding in December to Jessica Tara Cox."I called some buddies, called some of my teammates," said Trout, who praised Angels general manager Billy Eppler for putting in years of work to sign Ohtani. "We were all happy."Trout, who grew up in New Jersey as an Eagles fan, sai... [More]
Mon Feb 1917:51Motte returns to Cardinals, hopes to earn bullpen spotLuke GregersonRPCardinalsBig Chee
Jason MotteRPBravesFree Agent
Bud NorrisRP/SPAngelsFree Agent
Trevor RosenthalRPCardinalsFree Agent
JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Beard and all, a most familiar face is back in the St. Louis Cardinals clubhouse."Once I walked in, seeing the guys, seeing the coaches, it's like being back at home," reliever Jason Motte said Monday. "This is where I started my career. This is where everything began."After signing a minor league deal over the weekend, Motte returned to the Cardinals for the first time since 2014.The 35-year-old Motte began his professional career as catcher in the Cardinals' organization before making the switch to the mound. He took over the closer's role late in 2011 and was on the mound that fall, inducing a flyball from Texas' David Murphy for the final out in Game 7 of the World Series."He's been there, got some big outs for the Cardinals," St. Louis pitching coach Mike Maddux said.Motte led the National League with 42 saves for the Cardinals in 2012. An elbow injury that required ligament replacement surgery caused him to miss all of 2013.Upon his return, Motte posted a 4... [More]
Mon Feb 1917:51Must-see BP: Yanks' Stanton, Judge hit together for 1st timeAaron JudgeRFYankeesRoto Value
Giancarlo StantonRFYankeesWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Giancarlo Stanton homered off the scoreboard in left-center and hit three opposite-field homers to right. Aaron Judge drove a pitch over the left-field walkway and also went deep to right.The New York Yankees' first full-squad batting practice of spring training drew about 2,000 fans Monday. The two sluggers took 30 swings each, and fans reacted whenever the ball was lifted into the air."The moment we touched the dirt, they're buzzing and ready for us to get into the cage and hit," Stanton said afterward, wearing a sleeveless shirt. "That was really cool. Nothing like that (I had) experienced in spring."Brooks Cook and his son Brody from New Port Richey positioned themselves in left field, about 375 feet from the plate."We might be too close," Brooks Cook said.Brooks Cook noted there were more than Yankees' fans in attendance."I have a friend who's a die-hard Red Sox who's coming to see them hit," Brooks Cook said. "A Red Sox fan."Judge set a big league rookie reco... [More]
Mon Feb 1917:41Royals hold 1st full workout with several spots up for grabsJorge BonifacioRFRoyalsFree Agent
Lorenzo CainCF/RFRoyalsOld Hoss
Cheslor Cuthbert3BRoyalsFree Agent
Hunter Dozier3BRoyalsFree Agent
Alex GordonLFRoyalsFree Agent
Terrance GoreLFRoyalsFree Agent
Eric Hosmer1BRoyalsPoison Pills
Mike Moustakas3BRoyalsFree Agent
Ryan O'Hearn1BRoyalsFree Agent
Jorge SolerLF/PH/RFRoyalsFree Agent
Jason VargasSPRoyalsFree Agent
SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) — It wasn't so much about who was on the field for Kansas City Royals' first full-squad workout of spring training. It was more notable who wasn't there.Several cornerstones of the Kansas City teams that reached the World Series in 2014 and 2015 are in other camps or are still looking for places to play.First baseman Eric Hosmer agreed to a $144 million contract with the San Diego Padres. Center fielder Lorenzo Cain signed with the Milwaukee Brewers. Left-hander Jason Vargas, an 18-game winner in 2017, signed with the New York Mets. Third baseman Mike Moustakas, who hit a franchise-record 38 home runs last year, remains unsigned.The Royals clubhouse is full of young, unproven talent pursing a chance to break into the majors or prove they are everyday players."The opportunity is abundant and they know that," manager Ned Yost said. "There's probably a higher level of excitement because of the new guys. I'm interested and excited to see what they bring to the table... [More]
Mon Feb 1917:32MLB imposes stricter mound limits, defers on pitch clocksJames McCannCTigersFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball has imposed stricter limits on mound visits by players in an effort to speed games but decided against 20-second pitch clocks for 2018.After more than a year of negotiations, the Major League Baseball Players Association refused to agree to the changes but also signed an agreement that it will not oppose the rules.The amendments to the playing rules announced Monday include a general limit of six mound visits per nine-inning game without a pitching change, whether by a manager, coach or player."We'll have to just figure out a more non-verbal method of communication," Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon said. "We're not going to be texting, I promise you that, even if we could."Detroit catcher James McCann objected."Some people may say that a catcher visiting with the pitcher isn't a big deal," he said, "but what if you've already had five mound visits and you got your closer on the mound in the ninth inning, and you're facing the three and four hitte... [More]
Mon Feb 1917:21Watson, Giants finalize deal that guarantees $9 millionTony WatsonRPDodgersFree Agent
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Left-hander Tony Watson and the San Francisco Giants have finalized a two-year contract that includes a player option for 2020, a deal that guarantees the former All-Star reliever $9 million.The deal announced Monday could be worth $26 million over three years, including performance bonuses. Among the performance bonuses are $2.5 million annually in 2018 and 2019 based on games finished. The deal was structured in a manner that lowers its average annual value for the luxury tax.The 31-year-old left-hander was 7-4 with a 3.38 ERA last year in 71 relief appearances for Pittsburgh and the Los Angeles Dodgers, who acquired him on July 31. He was 2-1 with a 2.70 ERA in 24 regular-season games with the Dodgers, then 2-0 with a 2.57 ERA in 11 postseason games.A 2014 All-Star, Watson pitched for the Pirates from 2011-17.___More AP baseball: https://apnews.com/tag/MLBbaseball
Mon Feb 1917:21Moreland, Red Sox gird for Stanton, Judge, grid-like YankeesMatt BarnesRPRed SoxFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxThe Seals Guys
Jackie Bradley Jr.CFRed SoxJetBlack
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesRoto Value
Mitch Moreland1BRed SoxFree Agent
Rick PorcelloSPRed SoxWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
David PriceSPRed SoxBig Chee
Chris SaleSPRed SoxLas Vegas Giants
Giancarlo StantonRFYankeesWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Steven WrightSPRed SoxLas Vegas Giants
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — As soon as Giancarlo Stanton touched down with their main rivals, the Boston Red Sox were eager to take on New York — the Yankees, or maybe even the Jets and Giants."They're fielding a football team out there is kind of what I was thinking," Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland said. "They're running a two tight-end set. They've got some big boys over there."The 6-foot-6 Stanton, who topped the majors in home runs and was the NL MVP last team, joins a lineup with 6-7 Aaron Judge, the AL homer leader. The Yankees got Stanton in a trade with the Miami Marlins in December."Job well done," Red Sox owner John Henry said Monday on the first day of full-squad workouts.Entering last season's camp, Boston was tabbed as the AL East favorite after landing one of the biggest prizes in ace lefty Chris Sale during the winter meetings. That prompted Yankees general manager Brian Cashman to reference another sport: "Boston's like the Golden State Warriors now in baseball," ... [More]
Mon Feb 1916:51Derek Jeter's blueprint begins to take shape at Marlins campStarlin Castro2BMarlinsLas Vegas Giants
Bryce HarperRFNationalsTexas BigSticks
Miguel Rojas1B/2B/SSMarlinsFree Agent
Christian YelichCF/LFMarlinsBig Chee
JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — At 6-foot-3, Miami Marlins outfield prospect Monte Harrison was surprised he stood eye to eye with new CEO Derek Jeter the first time they met last week."I was expecting him to be a little shorter. I can see why he played 20 years," Harrison said. "I never get star-struck, but when I saw him I was like, 'Wow, this is the real deal.'"The impact of Jeter's formidable presence was on full display Monday when the Marlins took the field for their first full-squad spring training workout. Of the 68 players in camp, 29 are new to the organization following a flurry of offseason trades Jeter swung to reduce payroll and rebuild a weak farm system.The heavy roster turnover transformed the start of camp into a meet and greet. Holdover shortstop Miguel Rojas said he arrived a week early to get a jump on introductory handshakes.Absent was half of last year's everyday lineup, including National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton. While Jeter and his players are anxious to turn the p... [More]
Mon Feb 1916:31Nats star Harper focused on 2018 season, not future beyondJake ArrietaSPCubsDodger Blue
Charlie BlackmonCFRockiesBig Chee
Alex CobbSPRaysFree Agent
Josh Donaldson3BBlue JaysWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Bryce HarperRFNationalsTexas BigSticks
Clayton KershawSPDodgersSportsWiseGuy.com
Manny Machado3B/SSOriolesMoneyball
Daniel Murphy1B/2BNationalsLas Vegas Giants
Max ScherzerSPNationalsJetBlack
Stephen StrasburgSPNationalsOld Hoss
Jayson WerthLFNationalsSportsWiseGuy.com
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Bryce Harper is focusing on his immediate future. But don't bother asking him about plans beyond this year."If you guys do talk anything about that, I'll be walking right out the door," he said Monday.Everyone around baseball knows the Washington Nationals slugger could be part of a huge free agent class after the coming season. But if teams are saving money by passing on currently available players in hopes of signing a big star next year, that doesn't sound like the best way to impress Harper."I think if I'm an organization or a team I want the best players on my team," Harper said. "My fans deserve that, the players deserve that."Harper, Manny Machado, Josh Donaldson, Charlie Blackmon and potentially Clayton Kershaw could be free agents next offseason. Some within the industry suggest this market is slow because teams have their eyes on 2019 — pitchers Jake Arrieta and Alex Cobb and position players J.D. Martinez and Mike Moustakas are among the play... [More]
Mon Feb 1916:31AP source: Tillman, Orioles agree to $3M, 1-year dealDylan BundyRP/SPOriolesFree Agent
Kevin GausmanSPOriolesThe Seals Guys
Chris TillmanSPOriolesLas Vegas Giants
SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) — A person familiar with the negotiations says pitcher Chris Tillman and the Baltimore Orioles have agreed to a $3 million, one-year contract.The deal includes performance bonuses, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Monday because the deal had not yet been announced.Tillman was 1-7 with a 7.84 ERA in 19 starts and five relief appearances last year. He would be the second starter added by the Orioles in the past week after right-hander Andrew Cashner.Tillman likely would join right-handers Dylan Bundy, Kevin Gausman and Cashner in the rotation.The 29-year-old right-hander lives in Sarasota and had been working out at the Orioles' facility before spring training. Manager Buck Showalter watched Tillman throw and was impressed.Tillman began last season on the disabled list with right shoulder stiffness."Better than he did last year at this time. I think he's got the chance to pitch well for somebody this year," Showalter said. "A lot of the challenges he had last year — this time last year — aren't there. Somebody's going to reap the benefits."Tillman's is 73-55 with a 4.43 ERA in nine major league seasons, all with the Orioles. He won 16 games in both 2013 and 2016."He's a guy when he's healthy you can bank on him giving you 200 innings and keeping his ERA between a 3 and a 4," Gausman said. "That in the AL East is always going to be very valuable."___More AP baseball: https://apnews.com/tag/MLBbaseball
Mon Feb 1916:31Red Sox owner Henry calls collusion talk 'ridiculous'Jake ArrietaSPCubsDodger Blue
Mike Moustakas3BRoyalsFree Agent
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Red Sox owner John Henry calls talk of collusion in free-agent negotiations "ridiculous."About half the 166 players who exercised free-agency rights in November remain unsigned."There are a lot of factors, I think, driving it, and I think they've all been identified," Henry said Monday as Boston began full-squad workouts. "There's a lot of factors that have driven this offseason, and you just can't expect every season to be a feeding frenzy, so to speak."J.D. Martinez, Jake Arrieta and Mike Moustakas were among the free agents still looking for a place to play."This one, it's surprised me," he said of the slow pace of agreements. "I think it's surprised all of us in baseball." ''But, I think probably next year will be quite different."Next year's free-agent class includes Bryce Harper, Manny Machado and Josh Donaldson, plus possible Clayton Kershaw.___More AP baseball: https://apnews.com/tag/MLBbaseball
Mon Feb 1916:31Musgrove sees opportunity with trade to PiratesGerrit ColeSPPiratesWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Michael FelizRPAstrosFree Agent
Chad KuhlSPPiratesFree Agent
Andrew McCutchenCF/RFPiratesTexas BigSticks
Colin Moran3BAstrosFree Agent
Joe MusgroveRP/SPAstrosFree Agent
Trevor WilliamsSPPiratesFree Agent
BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — Joe Musgrove started in the All-Star Futures Games two years ago when he was a Houston Astros' prospect. Now, the Pittsburgh Pirates hope the right-hander can be a big part of their future.Musgrove was the centerpiece of a four-player package the Pirates acquired from the defending World Series champion Astros on Jan. 13 in a trade for right-hander Gerrit Cole.Three of those players are expected to be on Pittsburgh's opening-day roster — Musgrove, right-handed reliever Michael Feliz and third baseman Colin Moran — while outfielder Jason Martin is slated to begin the season at Triple-A Indianapolis."It was hard to leave the Astros," Musgrove said. "From a career standpoint, though, this is a really good move for me. I feel like I fit in with what the Pirates are doing."The Pirates are going out of their way not to use the word "rebuild" as they prepare for the 2018 season. They are, however, are at the very least retooling on the heels of back-to-back losing... [More]
Mon Feb 1915:51Beltre still the big name for Rangers without big additionsYu DarvishSPDodgersPoison Pills
Doug FisterSPRangersFree Agent
Joey Gallo1B/3BRangersFree Agent
Mike MinorRP/SPRangersFree Agent
Matt MooreSPRangersBig Chee
SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) — Adrian Beltre would bring in some big-time free agents if he was making those kinds of decisions for the Texas Rangers. The veteran third baseman just wants to win a World Series before the end of his career.While there have been no such marquee additions for the Rangers, the newest member of the 3,000-hit club said after arriving at spring training Monday that he's not unhappy and still believes the Rangers can compete for a postseason spot."Obviously we can be better, especially with the free agents out there that are still not signed," Beltre said. "There is no doubt that I would like to win and have the best chance to win. ... If it was my option, I would like to add some other people and make the roster even stronger."Going into his 21st big league season, when he will turn 39 just more than a week after opening day, Beltre's primary focus is to win a World Series . He has been there only once, in his first year with the Rangers in 2011, when they lost in ... [More]
Mon Feb 1915:41Moreland, Red Sox gird for Stanton, Judge, grid-like YankeesMatt BarnesRPRed SoxFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxThe Seals Guys
Jackie Bradley Jr.CFRed SoxJetBlack
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesRoto Value
Mitch Moreland1BRed SoxFree Agent
Rick PorcelloSPRed SoxWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
David PriceSPRed SoxBig Chee
Chris SaleSPRed SoxLas Vegas Giants
Giancarlo StantonRFYankeesWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Steven WrightSPRed SoxLas Vegas Giants
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — As soon as Giancarlo Stanton touched down with their main rivals, the Boston Red Sox were eager to take on New York — the Yankees, or maybe even the Jets and Giants."They're fielding a football team out there is kind of what I was thinking," Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland said. "They're running a two tight-end set. They've got some big boys over there."The 6-foot-6 Stanton, who topped the majors in home runs and was the NL MVP last team, joins a lineup with 6-7 Aaron Judge, the AL homer leader. The Yankees got Stanton in a trade with the Miami Marlins in December."Job well done," Red Sox owner John Henry said Monday on the first day of full-squad workouts.Entering last season's camp, Boston was tabbed as the AL East favorite after landing one of the biggest prizes in ace lefty Chris Sale during the winter meetings. That prompted Yankees general manager Brian Cashman to reference another sport: "Boston's like the Golden State Warriors now in baseball," ... [More]
Mon Feb 1915:01Derek Jeter's blueprint begins to take shape at Marlins campBryce HarperRFNationalsTexas BigSticks
Miguel Rojas1B/2B/SSMarlinsFree Agent
Christian YelichCF/LFMarlinsBig Chee
JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — At 6-foot-3, Miami Marlins outfield prospect Monte Harrison was surprised he stood eye to eye with new CEO Derek Jeter the first time they met last week."I was expecting him to be a little shorter. I can see why he played 20 years," Harrison said. "I never get star-struck, but when I saw him I was like, 'Wow, this is the real deal.'"The impact of Jeter's formidable presence was on full display Monday when the Marlins took the field for their first full-squad spring training workout. Of the 68 players in camp, 29 are new to the organization following a flurry of offseason trades Jeter swung to reduce payroll and rebuild a weak farm system.The heavy roster turnover transformed the start of camp into a meet and greet. Holdover shortstop Miguel Rojas said he arrived a week early to get a jump on introductory handshakes.Absent was half of last year's everyday lineup, including National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton. While Jeter and his players are anxious to turn the p... [More]
Mon Feb 1915:01Joey Votto eager for Reds to turn corner, start winningZack CozartSSAngelsFree Agent
Joey Votto1BRedsMoneyball
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — Joey Votto had one of his best seasons — good enough for second in the National League MVP voting — but Cincinnati lost more than 90 games yet again. The first baseman is yearning for the Reds to get back to a level when he's playing for more than acclaim.Votto and the rest of the Reds position players reported ahead of their first full-squad workout Monday. He's got six years left on a $251.5 million, 12-year deal agreed to in 2012, when Cincinnati was in the midst of a resurgence. He envisioned a run of playoff-caliber seasons in Cincinnati when he committed long-term.The Reds made three playoff appearances between 2010-13 and won a pair of NL Central titles. After failing to get past the first round of the playoffs, they fired manager Dusty Baker, traded away the rest of their stars and started a long, painful rebuild that's not close to finished.Votto is the last remaining link, still playing at a high level at age 34. He finished two points behind Gian... [More]
Mon Feb 1914:31His heart in Florida, Rizzo rejoins Cubs after mournful tripAlbert AlmoraCF/PHCubsFree Agent
Anthony Rizzo1BCubsTexas BigSticks
MESA, Ariz. (AP) — Anthony Rizzo's parents were among the first homeowners in Parkland, Florida. The Chicago Cubs first baseman has watched his tight-knit community grow and change dramatically. He remembers as a boy when there were no stoplights in town to the four there are now.Rizzo feels great ties to his hometown that touches up on the Everglades.So last week, after the shooting rampage at his former high school, Rizzo knew he must immediately go home . "Numb" is how he described his initial feelings hearing the deadly attack happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.He left his team's camp in Arizona and on Thursday night spoke at a candlelight vigil back in Florida. He visited victims in the hospital. He spent time with his parents, brother, sister-in-law, niece and nephew. He talked with neighbors."I felt helpless here," Rizzo said Monday upon rejoining his teammates at spring training. "That's where I grew up, in Parkland. I got in trouble there. I succeeded there. I ... [More]
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