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CanĂ³ signs in Mexican League, may face Yanks
Former major leaguer Robinson CanĂ³ has signed with the Diablos Rojos of the Mexican Baseball League. The Diablos Rojos will play the Yankees in two exhibition games.[read more]

Roberts: Dodgers surprised by Ohtani marriage
Shohei Ohtani stunned the Dodgers with his marriage announcement Thursday, and he revealed few details in a short interview.[read more]

Skenes retires Holliday, hits 102 mph in debut
Pirates starter Paul Skenes retired Orioles prospect Jackson Holliday on a grounder in a spring training matchup of the top overall picks in the past two MLB drafts.[read more]

Fanatics says it's unfairly blamed for uniforms
Fanatics founder Michael Rubin says his company is being unfairly blamed for new Major League Baseball uniforms that have see-through pants and other fit and design problems.[read more]

Acuna scratched, sent for evaluation on sore knee
The Braves said Ronald Acuna Jr. was sent out for further evaluation on his sore knee Friday and they expect to have an update on those results Saturday.[read more]

Rodon allows 4 HRs vs. prospects in sim game
Yankees lefty Carlos Rodon allowed four homers to minor leaguers over three innings during a simulated game in Florida on Friday.[read more]

Vogelbach's slow HR trot draws ire of Yanks' Cole
Gerrit Cole, making his spring debut, allowed two earned runs on four hits across two-plus innings in the Yankees' 8-4 win over the Blue Jays. The only issue he had Friday night had nothing to do with his own performance.[read more]

Sources: Giants, 3B Chapman agree on $54M deal
Matt Chapman and the San Francisco Giants have agreed on a 3-year, $54 million deal that includes opt-outs after the first two years.[read more]

Rankings, projections, strategy and cheat sheets
Everything you need for the 2024 fantasy baseball season![read more]

From cleaning dog butts to the World Series: Meet MLB's oldest -- and most interesting -- pitching coach
Even at age 75, Brent Strom -- the secret weapon behind several recent deep postseason runs -- is showing no signs of slowing down.[read more]