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NL East News and Rumors
They say time heals all wounds, and it appears the three months that have passed since the Miami Marlins traded Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Josh Johnson, John Buck and Emilio Bonifacio to the Toronto Blue Jays have gone a long way towards soothing the ang…
Share TweetThe Washington Nationals and right-hander Jordan Zimmermann have agreed to a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration.Share TweetChipper Jones and Fred McGriff will always be linked as the corner infielders of Atlanta's 1995 World Series champion team. This week they will serve as the guest Spring Training instructors for the Braves.
Mets plan to use Mejia as starter upon arrivalUpdated Feb 15 Share TweetStill unsure of when Jenrry Mejia may arrive at camp, Mets manager Terry Collins reiterated Friday that Mejia will work as a starter once an issue with his visa is resolved and he rejoins the Mets.
You Know Spring Training Is Here When You Read Sentences Like "Denard Span Said He Started Screaming And Making Noises To DiscouUpdated Feb 15 Share TweetThere is no baseball, no real, meaningful baseball for another 44 days. But the dead zone of the sports calendar has quickened considerably by the advent of spring training. Camps in Arizona and Florida stir to life, as co-workers who haven't seen each …Source: deadspin.com
Listening to Mets, Santana says WBC unlikelyUpdated Feb 15 Share TweetNew York Mets left-hander Johan Santana unlikely to pitch in World Baseball Classic.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetWe're probably going to hear a lot of sad/funny/pathetic anecdotes this season about the Miami Marlins, the team that flushed itself down the toilet when owner Jeffrey Loria traded most of the team to the Toronto Blue Jays in November. Today's head-shak…
Pitching questions for Nationals and BravesUpdated Feb 15 Share TweetThis week, Cliff Corcoran will break down what to watch in each team's camp as part of SI.com's spring training preview. Teams are listed by their order of finish from 2012. Note: The Big Prospect is a player who will be in major league camp but has not…Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetCliff Corcoran wraps up his week of spring training previews by looking at the AL East, where new faces young and old could make it the most interesting division in baseball.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetNationals closer Rafael Soriano will not be absent for long. He was able to get his visa in the Dominican Republic on Friday and will report to camp by Saturday, according to manager Davey Johnson.
Reyes Blasts Marlins OwnerFeb 15Jose Reyes wasn't happy with how Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria handled his trade.
The Sports Guy dusts off a time-tested hypothesisFeb 15Rajon Rondo is testing the bedrock of the Sports Guy's theories; now it's time for an update of the original.