Batting champ Anderson says he won't change his style
Chicago White Sox

Batting champ Anderson says he won't change his style

Winning a batting title doesn't change Tim Anderson's status

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Cardinals Shildt calls Astros' upheaval `healthy purge'
St. Louis Cardinals

Cardinals Shildt calls Astros' upheaval `healthy purge'

St. Louis manager Mike Shildt described technology's rapid encroachment on baseball in recent years as ethically murky, expressing his satisfaction in Commissioner Rob Manfred's intention to cut down the use of in-game video

Chisox slugger Jiménez hopes to improve on solid rookie year
Chicago White Sox

Chisox slugger Jiménez hopes to improve on solid rookie year

Eloy Jiménez got a big contract before playing in a major league game, and his bat justified the deal once the Chicago White Sox left fielder made his debut

At 24, Mondesi emerging as star shortstop for Royals
Kansas City Royals

At 24, Mondesi emerging as star shortstop for Royals

Adalberto Mondesi might be one of the best kept secrets in baseball

St. Louis Cardinals

Cards' Mikolas misses bullpen session with sore elbow

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Miles Mikolas was scratched from his second bullpen session of the spring because of a flexor tendon issue

Holland returns to Royals, hopes to straighten out struggles
Kansas City Royals

Holland returns to Royals, hopes to straighten out struggles

Greg Holland is back in a familiar bullpen, hoping to straight out his struggles in recent years

Chicago White Sox

White Sox's Lopez focuses on matching Giolito's turnaround

Chicago White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito changed his mental approach last season and credited that with turning him into an All-Star

Rebuild nearly over, White Sox say they’re ready to win
Chicago White Sox

Rebuild nearly over, White Sox say they’re ready to win

The rebuild may not be quite over yet but the Chicago White Sox hope the fun is already beginning

Pérez catches bullpen, ready to return after season absence
Kansas City Royals

Pérez catches bullpen, ready to return after season absence

Salvador Pérez caught a bullpen session from prospect Brady Singer in the Kansas City Royals' first spring training workout