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The Brewers Aren't Allowing Fans To Bring Their Own Porta-Potties To Games, Because The Free Market Means Nothing AnymoreUpdated Mar 30 Share Tweet
The Milwaukee Brewers, willing handmaiden to America's racing sausage industry and one of a suspiciously low number of professional baseball purveyors in the state of Wisconsin, have coupled with Waste Management, Inc to violate an essential American fr…
A's debating when to bring back ColonUpdated Mar 30 Share TweetBartolo Colon becomes eligible to pitch in the Major Leagues again April 6, when the Athletics are in Houston for an American League series with the Astros. Right-hander Dan Straily is penciled in to start the series opener in Houston on Friday. So, wha…
Narveson content with move to bullpenUpdated Mar 30 Share TweetComparing his situation to the Braves' Kris Medlen in 2012, Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson said he was on board with going to the bullpen to begin the season.
Former first-rounder Simpson among notable cutsUpdated Mar 30 Share TweetFormer first-round Draft pick Hayden Simpson and former two-time All-Star Dontrelle Willis were among the Minor Leaguers the Cubs released on Saturday.
Asdrubal returns to lineup for TribeUpdated Mar 30 Share TweetIndians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was back in the starting lineup against the Reds on Saturday at Goodyear Ballpark in the last Spring Training game for both teams.
Porter leaning on Wright to lead young groupUpdated Mar 30 Share TweetManager Bo Porter is counting on Wesley Wright to be a leader in the Astros' bullpen. Wright, although only 28, is the longest-tenured player on the roster.Share TweetYour browser does not support iframes. There’s little doubt Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is an athletic freak of nature. The 6-foot-5, 295-pound Watt does things on a football field that few people his size or at his position can do now, or haSource: yahoo.com
Marte closing in on roster spotUpdated Mar 30 Share TweetThe D-backs trimmed their roster further after Friday's game against the Reds, optioning outfielder Tony Campana and left-hander Joe Paterson to Triple-A Reno, while reassigning catcher Tuffy Gosewisch and right-hander Nelson Figueroa to Minor League ca…
Arroyo solid vs. D-backs in final tuneupUpdated Mar 30 Share TweetBronson Arroyo allowed one run on seven hits over six innings in his final spring tuneup as the Reds beat the D-backs, 2-1, on Friday night at Chase Field.Share TweetDesignated hitter Dioner Navarro hit his fifth home run of the spring and starter Edwin Jackson fanned nine as the Cubs managed a 6-6 tie with the Astros on Friday night in an exhibition at Minute Maid Park.