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Thames hulks up for fans to buy tickets.

Eric Thames goes full hulk mode as he rips off his shirt so Brewers fans buy the Flex 10-packs.

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Indians

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Francona grateful for the support after his father's death.

Indians manager Terry Francona remembers his father who died on Tuesday night at the age of 84 and shares some memories of his father in Cleveland, specifically throwing out the first pitch.

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Hosmer's move bittersweet for his Royals teammates.

Drew Butera and Danny Duffy share their fondest memories of former teammate Eric Hosmer as he embarks on his next chapter with the Padres and credit the first baseman for the Royals' World Series victory.

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Yost had 'no idea' Hosmer would be heading for San Diego.

Ned Yost says that there isn't anything he can tell fans about former Royal Eric Hosmer that they don't already know and explains how he found out that the first baseman wouldn't be returning to Kansas City.

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Judge, Stanton BP will be must-see.

As Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton prepare for their first batting practice together, Yankee teammates react to how amazing it will be to watch. Buster Olney adds that having both Judge and Stanton in the same lineup will be like a daily home run derby.

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Tebow wants to master baseball.

Tim Tebow tells Sal Paolantonio that he wants to understand baseball in its entirety to the same level in which he understands football.

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Mets

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Tebow takes swings at Mets spring training.

Tim Tebow takes batting practice at the Mets' spring training complex in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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Padres

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Padres make big investment in Hosmer.

Buster Olney breaks down San Diego's decision to sign Eric Hosmer and what it means for other free-agent first basemen.

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Hosmer headed to San Diego.

The Padres sign 1B Eric Hosmer to an 8-year, $144 million contract, according to multiple reports.

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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.