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1/29/2015 | Dominguez designated for assignment

The Giants trimmed their Major League roster to its 40-man limit Thursday by designating infielder-outfielder Chris Dominguez for assignment.

1/29/2015 | Don't count out underdog Orioles in AL East

Regardless of where the Orioles are picked, it would be a huge mistake to overlook them. They simply have done too much good the last three seasons.

1/29/2015 | Prospect Anderson needs more time for elbow to heal

Rockies lefty pitching prospect Tyler Anderson will not be ready to pitch at the start of Spring Training in order to allow a stress fracture in his left elbow to continue healing, the club announced Thursday.

1/29/2015 | Charitable Gordon honored with Hutch Award

Alex Gordon has emerged as one of the best all-around players in Major League Baseball. He's also working on being one of its best all-around people. The outfielder received the 50th Hutch Award for outstanding community service at the annual luncheon at Safeco Field on Thursday.

1/29/2015 | Prized Cuban prospect Moncada works out for Rays

The Rays held a workout for Cuban free agent Yoan Moncada this week at Tropicana Field, but it's still unlikely they will sign the highly coveted 19-year-old prospect.

1/29/2015 | Scheppers working toward major role in bullpen

Rangers reliever Tanner Scheppers took a significant step on Wednesday by throwing off the mound in the bullpen for the first time this offseason. There is no doubting his importance to the club as Spring Training approaches and the bullpen is still being addressed.

1/29/2015 | Porter excited to reunite with Fredi in Atlanta

As Bo Porter distances himself from his days as the Astros' manager and prepares to assume his new role as the Braves' third-base coach, he is looking forward to the opportunity to be reunited with Atlanta manager Fredi Gonzalez, the man who gave Porter his first job as a Major League coach.

1/29/2015 | Source: Brewers sign lefty reliever Cotts to 1-year deal

The Brewers have agreed to a one-year deal with left-handed reliever Neal Cotts, a source told's Adam McCalvy on Thursday. FOX Sports reports it's worth $3 million. The club has not confirmed the signing.

1/29/2015 | Phillies add pitching depth with Billingsley signing

The Phillies need to protect themselves in the starting rotation in the event somebody is injured or they trade Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee or both. They hope Chad Billingsley can be that guy. The team announced Thursday night it signed Billingsley, 30, to a one-year, $1.5 million contract, which includes performance bonuses.

1/29/2015 | Five get Minors deals, spring invites from Red Sox

The Red Sox signed outfielder Quintin Berry, left-hander Dana Eveland, first baseman/outfielder Bryan LaHair, righty Felipe Paulino and catcher Humberto Quintero to Minor League contracts Thursday. All five players received invitations to big league Spring Training.

1/29/2015 | Braves sign rotation candidate Stults to Minors deal

Looking to add experience and more certainty to the battle for the fifth spot in their starting rotation, the Braves have signed left-handed veteran Eric Stults to a Minor League deal and invited him to Spring Training.

1/29/2015 | Speakers, procession route for Banks' service announced

Hall of Famers Billy Williams, Fergie Jenkins and Lou Brock, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will be among the speakers Saturday at the funeral service for Cubs legend Ernie Banks

1/29/2015 | Minor League catcher Marjama traded to Rays

The Rays acquired Minor League catcher Mike Marjama from the White Sox on Thursday in exchange for a player to be named or cash.

1/29/2015 | Dodgers players to help cap special week in the community

The Dodgers' week-long "Pitching in the Community" initiative to serve the greater Los Angeles area concludes Friday, with up to 22 current players participating in events throughout the city.

1/29/2015 | Nava, Red Sox avoid arbitration with 1-year deal

The Red Sox have signed Daniel Nava to a one-year, non-guaranteed contract worth $1.85 million for the 2015 season, the team announced Thursday, avoiding arbitration.

1/29/2015 | Werth pleads guilty to reckless driving charge

Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth has been sentenced to five days in jail in Fairfax, Va., after pleading guilty to reckless driving.

1/29/2015 | White Sox embrace position as contenders

There have been no ironclad American League Central title predictions coming from members of the 2015 White Sox, much like Anthony Rizzo did for the Cubs a few weeks back with the NL Central crown.

1/29/2015 | Hicks knows Seahawks' Wilson is a winner

In the National Football League, Russell Wilson is the little guy doing huge things as quarterback of the Seahawks. But Mariners catcher John Hicks remembers Wilson in a different way. To Hicks, Wilson was the big guy on their youth baseball team when they were 13 and 14 years old growing up in Richmond, Va.

1/29/2015 | Recovering Hurdle keeps inspiration coming

Each morning Clint Hurdle sits down behind his laptop, takes a deep breath and writes a message. Releasing an appreciative smile, he punches SEND, and the epistle is on its way to scores of recipients.

1/29/2015 | Biggio thinking of ill friend during HOF process

Craig Biggio and longtime Astros equipment manager Dennis Liborio, who retired following the 2011 season, have forged a nearly 30-year-long friendship. Biggio said Liborio is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, and he laments his friend won't be there to see him get inducted into the Hall of Fame on July 26.

1/29/2015 | Hosmer looks back on Royals' 'incredible ride'

Watching the Royals sweep their way through the early part of the postseason and into the World Series, it was apparent just how much the club's run energized the organization and Kansas City itself. After getting over the disappointment of the Royals' Game 7 loss to the Giants in the Fall Classic, first baseman Eric Hosmer said he's taken time to appreciate all he and his teammates accomplished in October.

1/29/2015 | Free agent Beachy to decide on team closer to camp

While Brandon Beachy is reportedly "getting stronger" coming off a second Tommy John surgery, his agent told's Ken Rosenthal that the right-hander intends to wait until closer to Spring Training to make a decision about signing with a club.

1/29/2015 | Ervin turns rough patch into learning experience

During the 2014 season with Class A Dayton, Reds outfield prospect Phil Ervin went through an extended funk at the plate for the first time in his brief professional career. How Ervin reacted to it proved to be one of the most significant learning experiences he's had.

1/29/2015 | Minaya joins Players Association to be advisor

Omar Minaya was hired by the Major League Baseball Players Association on Thursday to be senior advisor to executive director Tony Clark.

1/29/2015 | Ichiro first player from Japan to suit up for Marlins

Now that the Marlins have signed Ichiro Suzuki, the Reds are the only team in Major League Baseball for which a Japanese player has never appeared.

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