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St. Louis Cardinals

Cardinals 2015 spring training schedule posted

We’ve posted the St. Louis Cardinals 2015 spring training schedule, which features 15 home dates and three more “road” games against the Miami Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium.

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Miami Marlins

Marlins 2015 spring training schedule posted

We’ve posted the Miami Marlins 2015 spring training schedule, which covers 19 games at Roger Dean Stadium, including 16 home games and three “road” games against the St. Louis Cardinals.

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Red Sox fined for weak travel squad

The Boston Red Sox were reportedly fined a small amount by MLB for breaking a spring-training rule mandating the presence of at least four regulars in the lineup for all spring games.

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St. Louis Cardinals

Party time at Roger Dean Stadium event for spring training ducats

We’re in the midst of a stretch where several MLB teams are putting spring-training tickets on sale, and tomorrow sees Cardinals/Marlins ducats on sale — complete with a Roger Dean Stadium event.

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St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals 2014 spring schedule released

We’re down to only one unreleased schedule, as the St. Louis Cardinals 2014 spring schedule has been released.

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Miami Marlins

Miami Marlins 2014 spring schedule posted

We have another schedule to report: the Miami Marlins 2014 spring schedule has been posted.

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Houston Astros spring training

Palm Beach Gardens spring training complex to be discussed

The topic of a Palm Beach Gardens spring training complex for the Houston Astros and Toronto Blue Jays will be discussed by area officials and citizens tomorrow.

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Houston Astros spring training

Crane: Astros close to finalizing Palm Beach spring training site

Houston Astros owner Jim Crane says the team is close to finalizing a deal for a Palm Beach spring training site that could open in 2017.

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Japanese players: We may skip World Baseball Classic

Japanese professional baseball players are threatening to boycott the 2013 World Baseball Classic over a disagreement about the split of the $18 million expected to be generated from the event. The issue is actually pretty simple: since the Japanese players feel they’re integral to the success of the event, next scheduled for spring 2013, they […]

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