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Martinez confirms Doolittle will be Nats closer.

Washington manager Dave Martinez lists off some of the strengths of closer Sean Doolittle.

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Russell 'feels good' following foot and shoulder injuries.

Cubs SS Addison Russell details how he is "all clear" from his foot injury and how his throwing program has helped him recover from a shoulder injury.

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Pedroia 'ahead of schedule' in rehab after knee injury.

Red Sox 2B Dustin Pedroia breaks down his rehab from a cartilage restoration in his left knee and microfracture surgery.

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Lindor's new look latest in strange sports hairstyles.

Francisco Lindor has traded his curls in for a Sisqo-esque shine, joining the long history of sports figures with interesting hair.

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Ramirez breaks down why he uses 'TB12 Method.'

Red Sox DH Hanley Ramirez says that he has started using the "TB12 Method," including a portion of the recommended diet.

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Keith Law's Top 100 Prospects

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  • Keith Law's top prospects of 2018

    Between minor leaguers with major league bloodlines and future stars who have been involved in major trades, there are plenty of familiar names on this year's list. Where did your team's top young players land?

Top names for 2018

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  • 18 for '18: Ranking this year's most interesting names in baseball

    A Japanese sensation who landed in L.A. A Miami MVP shipped to the Bronx. A D.C. superstar on the cusp of free agency. All are among the players, managers, executives, agents and, um, commissioners, on our list of MLBers to watch in 2018.