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news from Wednesday, February 26, 2020

- “Keep it tight. Keep it right,” Washington Nationals' slugger Juan Soto said in describing his approach at the plate after going 2 for 3 with a two-run homer to left-center and three RBIs in what ended up a 9-6 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in Jupiter, FL's Roger Dean Stadium on Tuesday afternoon. “That's the whole thing we're always talking about with [Hitting Coach] Kevi...

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- Benjamin Hochman: Like boyhood hero Beltran, Carlson could be Cardinals' switch-hitting star The day the ballplayer decided to become a switch-hitter, Dylan Carlson confidently put a ball on a tee and just began taking lefty hacks. He was 6. He was at his dad's practice. He always was at dad's practice. Carlson loved being around the Thundering Herd of Elk Grove High in northern Califo...

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- NORTH PORT, FLA. – Trevor Larnach, the Twins' 2018 first-round draft pick, hit a 450-foot home run to straightaway center field, singled and even stole a base. Shea Langeliers, drafted ninth overall by Atlanta last June, smacked a tiebreaking two-run home run, too, off Twins lefthander Caleb Thielbar. But the biggest home run of the day was provided by a 40th-rounder. Tyler Webb, the Twins&#...

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- As the start of the Championship season creeps closer, free agent outfielder Yasiel Puig remains on the sidelines looking for a contract. There are likely a considerable number of reasons Puig is on the outside looking in. Puig has had a reputation as a highly emotional, aggressive and potentially volatile personality in the clubhouse. His days as a Los Angels Dodgers outfielder were peppered with...

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- Juan Soto watched an 0-2 curve drop in for a called third strike with two on and no one out in the top of the first inning this afternoon in Jupiter, FL. Howie Kendrick popped out in the next at bat, and the Washington Nationals let St. Louis Cardinals' starter Austin Gomber off the hook when Carter Kieboom hit a one-hop liner to short allowing the Cards to get out No. 3 on a force at second b...

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news from Tuesday, February 25, 2020

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