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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Close to landing in San Juan alongside Team Puerto Rico. Manager Edwin Rodríguez alongside Rays pitcher José de León.

Jackson Alexander ESPN Editor 

A cool feature at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches: you can get two games for the price of one.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kris Bryant is happy the US won the WBC and wants to play in the future: "Something I'd like to do but this year wasn't the year."

Jackson Alexander ESPN Editor 

You can bid on autographed balls (lowest min. bid: Amed Rosario, $50; highest min. bid: Greg Maddux $350) as well as jerseys and bats from past and present MLB players right on the Ballpark of the Palm Beach's first level.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

American hero Marcus Stroman was not alone on the mound Wednesday while pitching Team USA to the WBC title. And while he would not reveal the specifics of the inspiring words or names under the bill of his USA cap, there were there to help show the way. "No, I can't share it," he said late Wednesday night. "It's just something I always write on the bottom of my caps. It's just motivation and fuel, it goes back to since I was playing in probably 2008 and 2009."

Jon Scher ESPN.com 

How cold is it at Citi Field today? It's so cold the Mets are pumping heated air under the tarp to keep the infield warm. There's an exhibition game here next Friday, just 8 days from now.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

?New at Braves Games: Tomahawk Chop Sandwich with fried pork chop with collard green slaw & white BBQ sauce ($26, serves 4+)

Jackson Alexander ESPN Editor 

The Mets' starting lineup today vs. the Nationals is predominately made up of regulars, meaning no Tim Tebow again. Tebow, who will start his professional career at Single-A Columbia, hasn't played with the Mets since going 0-for-3 on Monday against Detroit.

Jackson Alexander ESPN Editor 

The brand new Ballpark of the Palm Beaches has plenty of impressive amenities, including an area for fans to lay out.

Jackson Alexander ESPN Editor 

The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches is the brand-new spring training home of the Nationals and Astros.

Buster Olney ESPN Senior Writer 

Cubs President Theo Epstein on being picked as the No. 1 World Leader by Fortune: "Um, I can't even get my dog to stop peeing in the house, " he wrote in a text. "That is ridiculous. The whole thing is patently ridiculous. It's baseball--a pastime involving a lot of chance. If Zobrist's ball is three inches farther off the line, I'm on the hot seat for a failed five-year plan. And I'm not even the best leader in our organization; our players are."