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Nat'l team crushed by minnows Israel
Taiwan's national team suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of baseball minnows Israel on Tuesday, going down 15-7 in its opening game of the 2017 World Baseball Classic (WBC).
 
The Cleveland Indians will be without their top two catchers for at least four days next week.
Roberto Perez will be playing for Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic.
 
Pirates' Kang gets suspended prison term
A South Korean court has handed Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang a suspended two-year prison sentence for fleeing the scene after crashing a car into a guardrail while driving under the influence of alcohol.
 
World Baseball Classic growing slowly, but far from mature
The World Baseball Classic returns Monday for its fourth edition, growing slowly yet still far from rising to the prominence of soccer's World Cup or the Olympics.
 
Jim Joyce has joined John Hirschbeck, Tim Welke and Bob Davidson in retiring from Major League Baseball's umpire staff. The commissioner's office said Tuesday that Adam Hamari, Pat Hoberg, Gabe Morales and Carlos Torres have been promoted to the full-time staff.
 
Franklin Gutierrez got another chance from the team that gave him his first one in professional baseball.
 
Baseball's Hall of Fame will honor "The Simpsons" on May 27 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the show's "Homer at the Bat" episode.
 
Ex-Dodger Kuo signs minor league contract
Former Taiwanese Major League pitcher Hong-Chih Kuo (郭泓志) confirmed Friday that he had signed a contract with the minor-league San Diego Padres.
 
Iwakuma ready to carry load again if needed
Pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma was a major reason the Seattle Mariners stayed in the race for an American League wild-card playoff spot until the second-to-last day of the 2016 season.
 
Jake Odorizzi of Tampa Bay and Michael Wacha of St. Louis have gone to salary arbitration and are among six first-time eligible starting pitchers who could get decisions Tuesday.
 
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