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Astros' Reddick: Kids also targeted in threats
Astros players have gotten threats "every day" since the team's 2017-18 sign-stealing scheme came to light in recent weeks, according to outfielder Josh Reddick, who said Friday that messages he has received also targeted his family.[read more]

The Phillie Phanatic has gotten a spring training makeover
The Philadelphia Phillies' mascot has a new look, and it will be unveiled at the team's spring home opener on Sunday.[read more]

D-backs' Bradley wins last arbitration case of '20
Diamondbacks reliever Archie Bradley won the final salary arbitration case of the year, leaving teams with a 7-5 advantage over players.[read more]

Fantasy baseball: What to watch for this spring
Eric Karabell offers up his thoughts on the key players and competitions for fantasy managers to pay attention to.[read more]

Where all 30 teams stand as spring training games begin
After all the heat off the diamond, we've finally got action on it -- along with a look at a key issue each team will sort out on the field.[read more]

Indians' Carrasco day-to-day with hip flexor strain
Cleveland Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco has been diagnosed with a mild strain of his right hip flexor after feeling discomfort while doing squats in the weight room during spring training.[read more]

A's Fiers acknowledges receiving death threats
Mike Fiers has acknowledged receiving death threats after he revealed a sign-stealing scheme committed by the 2017 World Series champion Astros, for whom he pitched.[read more]

Yankees shut down Severino; IL stint 'possible'
Yankees GM Brian Cashman said "it's possible" that Luis Severino could begin the season on the injured list after the right-hander was shut down due to forearm soreness.[read more]

Lucroy: Changed signs every pitch vs. Astros
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who played for three of the Astros' AL West rivals between 2016 and '19, says "everyone in baseball" knew they were stealing signs and that he changed his signs every single pitch.[read more]

MLB managers, GMs weigh in on sign stealing, proposed playoff format
Baseball is buzzing with several hot-button issues, so we made the rounds in Arizona to find out what folks around the game are thinking.[read more]