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Houston Astros receive 2022 World Series rings
Dusty Baker & Co. were presented their 2022 World Series rings in a pregame ceremony.[read more]

DeGrom 'not thrilled' with debut, but Rangers win
Jacob deGrom said he was 'not thrilled' after lasting just 3.2 innings, giving up five runs on six hits in his first start as a Texas Ranger against the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday.[read more]

Rockies closer Bard starting on IL due to anxiety
Rockies closer Daniel Bard will open the season on the injured list because of anxiety.[read more]

Ohtani calls own pitches, K's 10 in Angels loss
Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani, using PitchCom to call his own game in Thursday's season opener, struck out 10 in six scoreless innings, but Los Angeles fell 2-1 to Oakland.[read more]

Report: Giants ink Sanchez to minor league deal
The San Francisco Giants have agreed to a minor league deal with two-time All-Star catcher Gary Sanchez, according to a report.[read more]

Contreras MRI clean after 103 mph pitch to knee
Cardinals catcher Willson Contreras had an MRI come back clean after taking a 103 mph pitch off his knee during Thursday's Opening Day game.[read more]

Minor leaguers ratify CBA featuring pay boost
Minor leaguers ratified their first collective bargaining agreement with Major League Baseball, with the MLBPA saying more than 99% of players who cast ballots approved the deal.[read more]

Source: Padres lock up Cronenworth through '30
The Padres agreed with second baseman Jake Cronenworth on a seven-year extension that will keep him in San Diego through the 2030 season, a source confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

MLB investigating Rendon altercation with fan
MLB is investigating a confrontation between Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon and an Athletics fan at Thursday's season opener in Oakland.[read more]

Oddsmakers, bettors trying to gauge impact of new MLB rules
How new rule changes will affect sportsbook's and bettors' approaches to wagering.[read more]