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Martinez brings much-needed pop to Boston.

J.D. Martinez and the 45 home runs he hit in 2017 fill a huge void in the middle of the Red Sox lineup.

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Players voice frustration with Rays' offseason moves.

Kevin Kiermaier says he is "100 percent frustrated and very upset" after Tampa Bay parted ways with All-Star outfielder Corey Dickerson and veteran pitcher Jake Odorizzi.

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Hinch and Houston ready to face expectations.

Astros' manager A.J. Hinch says that it is easy to motivate his team at the beginning of the season because the players "already know what the expectations are."

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Altuve says Houston's future is 'bright.'

American League MVP Jose Altuve says that while the Astros are happy being the World Series champs, he knows that his team has to prove it again this season.

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Braun 'looking forward' to infield reps.

Ryan Braun addresses the media at spring training to share his thoughts on taking more ground balls with the recent acquisitions of Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain.

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Red Sox agree to 5-year deal with J.D. Martinez.

Tim Kurkjian joins SportsCenter and breaks down J.D. Martinez's $110 million deal with Boston.

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Stanton mashes during BP in pinstripes.

At Yankees' spring training in Tampa, Giancarlo Stanton takes swings at batting practice to the delight of Yanks' fans.

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Keith Law's Top 100 Prospects

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  • Keith Law's top prospects of 2018

    Between minor leaguers with major league bloodlines and future stars who have been involved in major trades, there are plenty of familiar names on this year's list. Where did your team's top young players land?

Top names for 2018

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  • 18 for '18: Ranking this year's most interesting names in baseball

    A Japanese sensation who landed in L.A. A Miami MVP shipped to the Bronx. A D.C. superstar on the cusp of free agency. All are among the players, managers, executives, agents and, um, commissioners, on our list of MLBers to watch in 2018.