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6:37 PM ET Associated Press For Chris Owings’ first seven years in the majors, he could pop into the video room to take a look at his at-bats during a game. Then last season, the utility infielder for the Colorado Rockies had to make due with a printout. “You’d come back in the dugout and
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5:48 PM ET Associated Press Garrett Richards had gotten only one out during his first spring training start, loading the bases and walking in one run before the Red Sox stopped the inning after 23 pitches. Then he went back out for a 1-2-3 second inning. “It’s building blocks man,” he said after being rescued
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11:13 AM ET New York Mets president Sandy Alderson says his organization was shortsighted in its hiring process while vetting former manager Mickey Callaway, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by five women in a recent report by The Athletic. “When we hired Mickey, Mickey was the hot commodity,” Alderson said Monday. “There were
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9:37 PM ET ESPN News Services ABERDEEN, Md. — Vi Ripken, matriarch of the famed Orioles family that includes Hall of Fame son Cal Ripken Jr., has died. She was 82. Family spokesman John Maroon said Sunday that she died on Friday, a day before her birthday, in Aberdeen, where a youth stadium carries the
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6:23 PM ET ESPN News Services Trey Mancini received a standing ovation and applause from both dugouts Sunday during his first live at-bat after missing the 2020 season while recovering from Stage 3 colon cancer. When the Baltimore Orioles first baseman came up in the first inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates, he drew a nice
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11:03 AM ET Jeff PassanESPN Close ESPN MLB insiderAuthor of “The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports” Third baseman Hunter Dozier and the Kansas City Royals are in agreement on a four-year, $25 million contract extension that includes a fifth-year option for $10 million, sources told ESPN. The deal
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