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Shohei Ohtani Makes Spring Training Debut as Pitcher (Giuseppe)

Back in December, the Los Angeles Angels were the lucky team two-way Japanese star Shohei Ohtani picked to play for in 2018. The Angels signed Ohtani to a bargain contract (due to the┬ácap on international spending and Ohtani’s exposure to those rule) and the entire baseball world (especially Angels fans) have been awaiting his highly anticipated Spring Training debut on Saturday. 466 more words


2018 NL Central Predictions

  1. Chicago Cubs

The Cubs are still a very good team, but the NL central will be much more interesting this season with the Brewers and Cardinals making big improvements this offseason. 1,576 more words

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Spring training games have begun. #UKBrewCrew

So yesterday saw the Brewers return to action in the Cactus League. The crew sent split squads out. One team at Maryvale against the Cubs, who came from behind to win 2-1 thanks to a 2 run triple from Eric Sogard. 53 more words

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Brewers wear hats in support of Florida shooting victims, families during spring training

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The Florida school shooting is on the minds of Milwaukee Brewers’ players during spring training in Arizona. As the team began split-squad games Friday, Feb. 179 more words


Spring Training Notes and Tidbits - 2/23

Welcome back baseball! Spring Training games started today, with 15 games to kick off the schedule. Here are some important notes and interesting tidbits from games around the league: 339 more words

Barbosa Comes Full Circle in Return to Flock

Andrew Barbosa is back in a familiar place.

Three years after first donning the black and orange, the left-handed pitcher will begin his second tour of duty with the Long Island Ducks. 1,253 more words

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Milwaukee Brewers: Prince Fielder to be added to the Brewers' Wall of Honor

On February 22, the Milwaukee Brewers announced that several players, including Prince Fielder, would be joining the team’s Wall of Honor.

Fielder played first baseman for the Brewers from 2005-2011 where he hit 230 home runs and 656 RBIs while having a respectable .282 batting average. 175 more words