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Albom remembers Mike Ilitch's legacy.

Mitch Albom pays tribute to Detroit's own Mike Ilitch, remembering his impact as an owner on the city and on both the Tigers and Red Wings.

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The art of the tag.

Tim Kurkjian, Jessica Mendoza, and Aaron Boone breakdown the art of tagging someone attempting to steal a base and why players such as Javier Baez and J.J. Hardy make it look easy.

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Cubs enlisting fans to hand out WS rings.

The Cubs will be handing out their World Series rings on April 12th and are enlisting the help of their fans. They're going to select 20 fans from an online Twitter contest called "#cubsringbearer" to help hand out the rings.

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Fowler doesn't expect Durant treatment at Wrigley.

Dexter Fowler hopes his contribution to the Cubs' World Series victory will be enough for Chicago fans to spare him the Durant treatment when he returns to Wrigley field.

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Jon Lester working on his throws to first base. Cubs have talked to him about one-hopping throws because Anthony Rizzo will either catch it or block it. Ball won't end up in stands.

Pedro Gomez, MLB
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Nationals

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A day after putting his Opening Day status in question, Nats ace Max Scherzer throws off flat ground.

Eddie Matz, ESPN Senior Writer
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Dodgers

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Clayton Kershaw lets it fly during his second bullpen session of the spring. The lefty says he is feeling strong and has expressed his desire to reach 200 innings again this season.

Doug Padilla, ESPN Staff Writer
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Manfred committed to limiting 'dead time' in games.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred explains the potential rule changes the league can use to increase the pace of the game.

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Here's Nats righty Stephen Strasburg throwing off a mound on the first official day of workouts. Strasburg's 2016 season ended in early September due to a flexor strain.

Eddie Matz, ESPN Senior Writer
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Yankees

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Dellin Betances will not report to Yankees camp until Friday because of his arbitration case. Technically, he has until February 22nd to show without any consequences. Betances requested $5 million, Yankees have offered $3M. Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner said "the numbers were just too far apart" to reach an agreement.

Marly Rivera, ESPN Writer
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Tigers

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Verlander points to health as key for Tigers.

Justin Verlander thinks the Tigers can accomplish a lot this season as long as the team stays healthy.

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Top 100 Prospects of 2017

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  • Complete index of top 100 prospects

    Keith Law ranks the top 100 prospects of 2017. Who's ready to make their move from star on the farm to MLB regular, and who's on the way there?

2017 MLB Schedule

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  • Full MLB schedule

    The MLB season is right around the corner. Here's the schedule for spring training and beyond.

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