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Baseball: LA Angels star Ohtani trains in Japan

KAMAGAYA, Japan (Reuters) - Japanese fans braved the winter cold on Friday to catch a glimpse of Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani in training for the upcoming American baseball season. More »

 

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World Series champion Astros to visit White House

(Reuters) - The Houston Astros will visit the White House to be honored by United States president Donald Trump, a team staff member told the Houston Chronicle on Wednesday. More »

 

Baseball: MLB investigating assault allegation against Twins' Sano

The photographer, Betsy Bissen, wrote about the incident on her Twitter account on Thursday and said it happened after Sano participated in an autograph session at a local shopping mall. More »

 

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Financial terms were not disclosed, but multiple reports had the deal listed for $10 million. More »

 

U.S. sports broadcaster Dick Enberg, 82, dies in San Diego: media

(Reuters) - U.S. broadcaster Dick Enberg, who charmed sports fans with his "Oh My!" declaration as he called some of the most memorable sporting events during the last five decades, died on Thursday, ESPN reported. He was 82. More »

 

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The Rays, in turn, receive top infielder prospect Christian Arroyo and minor league pitchers Matt Krook and Stephen Woods. Tampa Bay also must take on the last year of outfielder Denard Span's contract, which is for $9 million. More »

 

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The surgery was performed by Dr. Thomas Diliberti in Dallas, with Perez expected to be able to start throwing in three to four weeks, the team announced Tuesday. More »

 

RPT-Rogers Communications seen having options for Toronto Blue Jays baseball team

TORONTO, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc , which has said it will keep ownership of the Toronto Blue Jays, could look to leasing, licensing and other financial tools to generate value from the Major League Baseball club, sports dealmakers told Reuters. More »

 

Rogers Communications seen having options for Toronto Blue Jays baseball team

TORONTO (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc , which has said it will keep ownership of the Toronto Blue Jays, could look to leasing, licensing and other financial tools to generate value from the Major League Baseball club, sports dealmakers told Reuters. More »

 

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Moreland's deal will reportedly pay him $13 million over two seasons with up to $1 million more in incentives, WEEI.com reports. More »

 

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