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Monday, February 24, 2014
Venezuelans in MLB have  hearts, minds back at home
Spring training is a time to get in shape for the upcoming major league season, work on mechanics or maybe compete for a spot on the team.
Saturday, February 22, 2014
Major League Baseball (MLB) could hold its season-opening games in Taiwan in 2015, a U.S. newspaper reported earlier this week.
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish joked about New York Yankees rival Masahiro Tanaka, then quickly apologized to his Japanese compatriot Tuesday to make sure everyone knew he was only kidding.
A bench-clearing brawl in which a ballplayer hit a rival in the face with a bat disgusted sports fans and had pundits bemoaning the state of Cuba's national sport on Tuesday.
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Chien-ming Wang, Taiwan's former top baseball player in the United States, showed up late for the first day of practice Friday at the spring training base of his new club Cincinnati Reds.
Saturday, February 15, 2014
Derek Jeter's decision to retire signals end of an era for American baseball
They owned October year after year. Derek Jeter and his baseball brothers — the gang that grew up champions.
Tanaka throws first bullpen as member of NY Yankees
Masahiro Tanaka shed the dark business suit and put on a gray Yankees T-shirt and blue shorts and was ready to get to work.
Panama will get a taste of Major League Baseball for the first time since 1947 when the New York Yankees play the Miami Marlins in an exhibition in March.
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka says he's ready for Yankees intensity
Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka donned his New York Yankees jersey for the first time on Tuesday and declared himself ready for the intensity and pressure of Major League Baseball.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
US, Cuba practice 'baseball diplomacy'
Two of Major League Baseball's biggest names are in Havana as part of a sports diplomacy program that aims to foster personal ties between citizens of the U.S. and Cuba, two nations that have long seen eye-to-eye on little other than their shared love for the sport.
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