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Ex-all-star Fowler retires after 14 years in MLB
Dexter Fowler, 36, the All-Star center fielder who played for the Colorado Rockies, Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, St, Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Angels, announced he's retiring from MLB after 14 years.[read more]

Early MLB 2023 trade deadline preview: Player most likely to be traded for all 30 teams
Who can wait six months for the deadline? Here's who could be on the trade block this year for every team.[read more]

Marlins add DFA'd reliever Barnes from Red Sox
The Marlins acquired reliever Matt Barnes in a trade Monday with the Red Sox, who got back left-hander Richard Bleier in return.[read more]

Chip Caray takes over as voice of Cardinals
Longtime broadcaster Chip Caray is taking over as the television play-by-play voice of the St. Louis Cardinals, more than five decades after his grandfather and Hall of Fame broadcaster Harry Caray became a baseball staple with the same club.[read more]

Plan outlined for new Rays park, redevelopment
The Rays unveiled plans for a new ballpark that will be built near the current one as well as plans for a massive redevelopment project that includes affordable housing, office space and retail.[read more]

MLB The Show cover to feature Marlins' Chisholm
Miami Marlins outfielder Jazz Chisholm became first Bahamian-born athlete to grace a sports video game cover with MLB The Show 23 announcement Monday.[read more]

Longtime reliever O'Day retires after 15 seasons
Darren O'Day, who posted a 4.15 ERA in 28 games with the Atlanta Braves in 2022, announced Monday he is retiring after 15 seasons with six teams in the major leagues.[read more]

Reports: Greinke, Royals agree on deal for 2023
Zack Greinke's second stint in Kansas City will last at least one more year, as the right-hander has agreed to a one-year deal with the Royals, according to multiple reports.[read more]

Cleveland drummer, baseball fan Adams dies
John Adams, who pounded a drum while sitting in Cleveland's outfield bleachers during baseball games for five decades, has died. He was 71.[read more]

Aaron Hicks again, really?! Five other options for Yankees in left field
As any Yankees fan will tell you, left field was a major problem area in 2022 -- and still is. Here's how Hicks could become a backup.[read more]