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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?
- Cleveland has released both Melvin Upton Jr. and Ryan Hanigan, who were each brought on with minor-league contracts this winter.
- Will the Athletics have a better roster than last season’s?
- The Rangers have claimed young slugger Tommy Joseph from the Phillies.
- The Padres signed one of the biggest free agents on the market this season. How will that play out for their 2018 season?
- Athletics’ young pitcher Jharel Cotton needs Tommy John surgery.
- The Blue Jays have signed Danny Espinosa to a minor-league deal.
- The Royals have signed Clay Buchholz to a minor-league deal.
- The Royals have signed Justin Grimm to a 1-year deal.
- The Brewers’ homage to ‘The Sandlot’ will have you feeling so nostalgic.
- The Orioles had a pretty quiet offseason. Was that the safest move for them?
- The Athletics have signed Trevor Cahill to a 1-year deal.
- Twins’ Jorge Polanco has been suspended for 80 games.
- Mets’ Jason Vargas to have surgery on fractured hand. That good ol’ Mets luck is kickin’ in early this year, I see.
- The Astros have signed a 5-year extension with Jose Altuve.
- The Reds had a quiet offseason that gave a little effort to fill a huge problem. Will it even make a difference in 2018?
- Righting the wrong for the players most affected by the PED-era.
- Breaking down the Aaron Judge tampering controversy.
- By extending Jose Altuve, the Astros start the process of locking up their core.
- These are the best players who spent their careers on terrible teams.
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Today in baseball: On March 20th, 1934, famed female athlete Babe Didrikson gives up no hits and only one walk against the Dodgers when she pitches the first inning of the Philadelphia A’s spring training game.