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Judge entering spring training at full health

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer Close Previously covered Florida State for Orlando Sentinel and Georgia Tech for Macon Telegraph Northwestern University graduate Follow on Twitter TAMPA, Fla. -- With his once-broken wrist fully healed, New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge is reporting to spring training

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When it comes to scoring runs, the Miami Marlins will have to get 'creative' this year.

The Marlins scored the fewest runs in the majors last season. There is little to suggest matters will improve any in 2019. There is every reason to believe that, once again, runs will be in such short supply that a two-run inning might seem like a scoring outburst. Marlins manager Don Mattingly knows

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A's Khris Davis would like to stay with A's several years

Majors home run leader Khris Davis would like a multiyear deal from the Oakland Athletics to stay with the franchise at least three more years. Oakland general manager David Forst has said signing Davis long-term is a top priority, but the team spent the offseason putting pieces around the star outfielder

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Brantley deepens an already loaded Astros lineup

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — “Brantley!” “Where's Brantley?” “Brantley!” George Springer glides through the Astros' clubhouse, searching for the team's newest big name. First, it was Jose Altuve and Dallas Keuchel. Then Springer. Then Lance McCullers Jr. and Carlos Correa. Alex Bregman was followed

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Stassi ready to unleash full potential

Caption Close WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Forty-seven games into his first full season as a major league catcher, Max Stassi afforded the Astros what they previously did not have. Stassi's stellar first half last season was a boon for Houston's offensively challenged catching corps. He accrued an

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