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Cards' Wainwright throws bullpen session

Adam Wainwright, St Louis Cardinals pitcher

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Less than a week removed from a health scare that led to him returning to Missouri for an exam, St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright threw a bullpen session Monday in Jupiter, Fla.

MLB notebook: Kershaw will open season for Dodgers again

Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers, 2013

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Los Angeles manager Don Mattingly confirmed Monday that Clayton Kershaw will be the Dodgers' Opening Day starter against the San Diego Padres on April 6 at Dodger Stadium.

MLB notebook: Minnie Minoso dies

Minnie Minoso, April 2014

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White Sox great Minnie Minoso, who was major league baseball's first black player in Chicago, died Sunday morning at the age of 90.

Rodriguez enjoys first day in Yankees' camp

Alex Rodriguez, 2015 New York Yankees spring training

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On his first official day back with the New York Yankees after a yearlong suspension for using performance-enhancing drugs, Alex Rodriguez blasted a few balls out of the park during batting practice at Legends Field in Tampa, Fla., and generally appeared at ease with the attention surrounding his return.

MLB notebook: Brewers bring back K-Rod

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Reliever Francisco Rodriguez agreed Thursday to a two-year deal with the Milwaukee Brewers with a team option for a third year.

Report: Angels' Hamilton admits drug relapse

Josh Hamilton, Los Angeles Angels

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Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton, a former drug addict and alcoholic, admitted to Major League Baseball officials Wednesday that he had a relapse involving cocaine, CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reported.

Aaron wants Rodriguez to do well with Yankees

Alex Rodriguez by batting cage

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Alex Rodriguez has a lot of detractors, but Hank Aaron doesn't appear to be one of them.

MLB notebook: 'I've paid a price,' Rodriguez says

Alex Rodriguez by batting cage

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Alex Rodriguez came across as remorseful and contrite Monday as he spoke to the media for the first time since being suspended for the entire 2014 season by Major League Baseball.

MLB commish would consider 154-game season

Rob Manfred, MLB chief operating officer

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New Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said Monday that he would consider a return to a 154-game season if there was enough interest for it.

Red Sox land Cuban prospect Moncada

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Cuban star prospect Yoan Moncada, a 19-year-old switch-hitting infielder with power and speed, has agreed to sign with the Boston Red Sox, according to multiple reports Monday.

MLB notebok: Bochy returns to Giants

Bruce Bochy, 2014 World Series

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San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy returned to the team just three days after being admitted to a Scottsdale, Ariz., hospital to have two stents inserted into his heart.

MLB pace-of-play rules set for 2015

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Major League Baseball announced Friday significant pace-of-play rule changes for the 2015 season in an effort to speed up the game.

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