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Two-way ace Ohtani untroubled by pressure after Angels move

(Reuters) - Japanese two-way standout Shohei Ohtani is keeping his cool under the spotlight following his high-profile move to the Los Angeles Angels, saying he is only focused on helping the Major League Baseball (MLB) side win. More »

 

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Baseball: Ohtani to concentrate mostly on pitching, says LA Angels

(Reuters) - Japanese standout Shohei Ohtani, a threat on the mound or in the batter's box, will initially focus mainly as a pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels, manager Mike Scioscia said on Tuesday. More »

 

Cubs sign Japan ace Darvish on a six-year deal

(Reuters) - The Chicago Cubs held off strong competition to sign highly rated Japanese free-agent pitcher Yu Darvish on a six-year contract, the 2016 World Series champions announced on Tuesday. More »

 

Baseball-Cubs sign Japan ace Darvish on a six-year deal

Feb 14 (Reuters) - The Chicago Cubs held off strong competition to sign highly rated Japanese free-agent pitcher Yu Darvish on a six-year contract, the 2016 World Series champions announced on Tuesday. More »

 

Puerto Rican Beltran to skip Astros' White House visit

(Reuters) - Recently retired Carlos Beltran will skip the Major League champion Houston Astros' visit to the White House, he said on Tuesday, citing family reasons while also criticising the United States government and agencies. More »

 

Baseball-Puerto Rican Beltran to skip Astros' White House visit

Feb 6 (Reuters) - Recently retired Carlos Beltran will skip the Major League champion Houston Astros' visit to the White House, he said on Tuesday, citing family reasons while also criticizing the United States government and agencies. More »

 

Baseball-Mets agree deal with third baseman Frazier - reports

Feb 5 (Reuters) - The New York Mets have reached a deal to sign free agent third baseman Todd Frazier, MLB.com reported on Monday, with multiple sources saying he would ink a two-year deal worth $17 million. More »

 

Settlement calls for Little Leaguer to use optic yellow baseballs

(Reuters) - A federal prosecutor in Michigan said on Monday he had reached an agreement with Little League Baseball that would allow a player with a vision-related disability to use an optic yellow baseball, settling an Americans with Disabilities Act complaint. More »

 

Republican National Committee to name Todd Ricketts as finance chair

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Businessman Todd Ricketts has been chosen to become the new finance chairman at the Republican National Committee, a Republican official said on Tuesday. More »

 

Cleveland Indians to drop 'Chief Wahoo' logo criticized as racist

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Cleveland Indians will remove the grinning "Chief Wahoo" logo from their uniforms beginning in the 2019 season, the baseball team said on Monday, in a bow to critics who have long assailed the image as a racist Native American caricature. More »

 

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