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Vi Ripken, matriarch of famed O's family, dies
Vi Ripken, matriarch of the famed Orioles family that includes Hall of Fame son Cal Ripken Jr., has died at the age of 82.[read more]

Mancini gets ovation, hit in return from cancer
Trey Mancini received a standing ovation and then singled to center in his first at-bat since missing the 2020 season while recovering from colon cancer.[read more]

Padres' Pham lucky to be playing after stabbing
Padres outfielder Tommy Pham says he's "lucky to even be able to play," after being stabbed at the start of the offseason.[read more]

Sources: Royals to give Dozier 4-year extension
The Royals and third baseman Hunter Dozier have reached agreement on a four-year, $25 million extension that starts this season, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.[read more]

MLB's noncompetitive behavior issues are now out there for the world to see
It was always there -- tanking, manipulating service time -- but Kevin Mather and the Mariners put a spotlight on the whole thing. It's impossible to ignore now.[read more]

Pujols reiterates he'll decide future after season
Following last week's misinterpreted Instagram post, Albert Pujols reiterated his stance that he hasn't decided whether to retire after this season[read more]

Francisco Lindor channels Eddie Murphy, sports classic 'Coming to America' Mets jacket
New York's new superstar shortstop made a vintage fashion statement at spring training camp Thursday.[read more]

New faces in new places, top prospects and more: What we're most excited for as spring training games begin
Here's what we can't wait to watch when games start this weekend.[read more]

Cabrera's goal: Get to 500 HRs, 3K hits in '21
Tigers star Miguel Cabrera is 13 home runs shy of 500 for his career and 134 hits short of 3,000. He hopes to reach both milestones this season. "We can do both," he said.[read more]

Cubs' Baez, Pederson looking for 2021 revival
Chicago Cubs shortstop Javy Baez and left fielder Joc Pederson both have something to prove in 2021, but for different reasons.[read more]