Ramirez says 2015 could be his last|
Aramis Ramirez is set to enter his 18th big league season and the Milwaukee Brewers third baseman said Friday it could very well be his last. Speaking with reporters at Milwaukee's spring training camp... Full Story
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|It won't be long now|
Chris Ruddick - MLB Editor
You may tend to disagree if you reside in the frigid Northeast at the moment, but spring is indeed around the corner.
There is no greater tell-tale sign that winter is nearing the rearview mirror than the start... Full Story
|Former White Sox star Minnie Minoso dies|
Former Chicago White Sox star Minnie Minoso has died.
The White Sox didn't release details of the Minoso's death, saying he passed away Saturday night in Chicago. Baseball-reference.com listed Minoso's age as 89 and the White Sox said he was 90. Full Story
|White Sox ace Sale out |
with broken foot
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale is expected to miss three weeks with a broken foot that could affect his availability for Opening Day.
Sale suffered an avulsion fracture on the lateral side of his right foot in an accident at home... Full Story
|Braves' Upton out 6-to-8 weeks|
Atlanta Braves center fielder Melvin Upton will miss the beginning of the 2015 season after being diagnosed with sesamoiditis in his left foot.
The Braves announced Friday that Upton will have his foot placed in a cast for two weeks before wearing a walking boot for a period of 4-to-6 weeks. Full Story
|Report: Angels' Hamilton had drug and alcohol relapse|
Former American League MVP Josh Hamilton reportedly suffered a cocaine and alcohol relapse.
The Angels outfielder met with Major League Baseball officials on Wednesday in New York for what was termed a "disciplinary issue." On Thursday... Full Story
|Brew Crew keep K-Rod|
The Milwaukee Brewers have reportedly re-signed reliever Francisco Rodriguez.
CBSSports.com is reporting the deal is for two years with a club option for a third season.
Rodriguez, 33, appeared in 69 games last... Full Story
|Blue Jays' Saunders sidelined |
until All-Star break
Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders is expected to be sidelined until the All-Star break in July because of a knee injury.
The Blue Jays said Saunders suffered a torn left meniscus. He was hurt while chasing... Full Story