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Have you seen our most recentFanPost Friday? We want to know: Are you satisfied with your team’s winter so far?
- The Rockies have re-signed Carlos Gonzalez to a 1-year deal.
- The Twins have released pitcher Anibal Sanchez. Let us all pretend to be shocked and surprised.
- The Tigers have signed Jarrod Saltalamacchia to a minor-league deal.
- Koji Uehara have gone back to where it all began, signing a deal with the Yomiuri Giants in Japan
- The Twins have signed Lance Lynn to a 1-year deal.
- The Royals have re-signed part of their franchise-four, Mike Moustakas, to a 1-year deal.
- The Blue Jays have released veteran outfielder Ezequiel Carrera.
- The Royals and Ricky Nolasco have agreed to a minor-league deal.
- The Athletics have signed Jonathan Lucroy to a 1-year deal.
- The Rangers have ‘considered’ pitcher Greg Holland.
- Big signing alert: The Phillies have signed Jake Arrieta to a 3-year deal.
- Tony Clark now says ‘upwards of one-third’ of teams aren’t trying their hardest to win.
- A ‘Jeopardy!’ contestant thought spring training in Florida was called the ‘Bush League’, so at least you’re not him.
- Rays’ young pitcher Jose De Leon needs Tommy John surgery.
- The Twins have made the most of this slow offseason.
- Righting the wrong for the players most affected by the PED-era.
- Royals’ Jorge Bonifacio has been suspended 80 games.
- That time Shannon Stewart was 4th in MVP voting.
- MLB will broadcast games exclusively on Facebook, for some reason.
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Today in baseball: On March 12th, 1991, Jim Palmer’s attempted comeback at the age of 45 comes to an end when he tears his hamstring warming up prior to an exhibition game.