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- The Yankees have signed Adam Lind to a minor-league deal.
- The White Sox have signed Robbie Ross to a minor-league deal.
- The Orioles have signed Danny Valencia to a minor-league deal.
- The Cardinals and Paul DeJong have agreed to a 6-year extension.
- Justin Upton skipped free agency for a reason.
- It’s early March and we’re still doing free agent updates.
- Mariners’ Ben Gamel will be out 4-6 weeks with an oblique strain.
- The Orioles are reportedly interested in free agent Neil Walker.
- The Twins and Byron Buxton have mutual interest in a contract extension for the young centerfielder.
- The Yankees should hope that MLB doesn’t change the juiced ball.
- Weekend MiLB discussion: just who has the best farm system?
- The Braves have acquired Ryan Schimpf from the Rays.
- What if the Drew Pomeranz injury is serious?
- The “3 prospects you need to know” database. Now all the hard work is gone.
- It’s Freak Season, baby. The Rangers have signed Tim Lincecum to a 1-year deal. Take to the streets, Timmy fans everywhere.
- The Phillies have had recent contact with pitcher Lance Lynn. Ya know, kind of like close encounters of the fourth kind.
- The Mariners and Ichiro are close to deal to bring the veteran back to Seattle.
- Tom Koehler will start his season with the Dodgers on the disabled list with a shoulder injury.
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Today in baseball: On March 6th, 1973, in a spring training game, Larry Hisle becomes the first designated hitter in major league history.