Lindsay Berra has covered a variety of sports, from baseball and hockey to tennis and the Olympics, since 1999. She joined MLB.com in 2013.
|If you're a baseball romantic, the bullpens between the Spring Training backfields are a thing of beauty. Six perfectly sloped red-dirt mounds and six perfectly clean, white home plates separated by a swath of perfectly glittering green grass.
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|Mets' ace Matt Harvey will make his first start since undergoing his thoracic outlet surgery eight months ago on Sunday afternoon against the Cardinals in Port St. Lucie, Fla. His rib, however, is back at his apartment in New York.
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|There is a quote painted on the wall at Cressey Sports Performance in Hudson, Mass., in big, bold red letters that no one can miss. It reads: "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard." Underneath it, on this overcast and frozen first day of February, Corey Kluber is putting in his work.
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|Matt Holliday, who turned 37 on Jan. 15, is preparing for his new role with the Yankees -- and hoping to slow down the aging process -- with a series of exercises geared toward increasing his explosive strength and power from the ground up.
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|Legendary actor and comedian Bill Murray was the life of the party on Friday night in Hazleton, Pa., where Cubs manager Joe Maddon hosted his annual Hazleton Integration Project fundraiser at Valley Country Club.
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|A new study by Dr. Glenn Fleisig at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Ala., which is the research wing of Dr. James Andrews' practice, advances the cause of those who believe using weighted balls is, indeed, the wave of the future.
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|Dusty Baker gave an address as part of the Positive Coaching Alliance's "parent station" at Major League Baseball's special Winter Meetings edition of their "Play Ball" initiative on Tuesday night.
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|"Our motto is 'Get Better Every Day.'" Team China World Baseball Classic manager John McLaren is not placing lofty expectations on his club for this March's WBC, but that doesn't mean he's throwing in the towel.
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|There's never a dull moment with Cubs manager Joe Maddon, and Friday night's program at my grandfather's museum -- the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center in Little Falls, N.J. -- was certainly no exception.
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|Cleveland Indians Francisco Lindor and Rajai Davis were dressed to the nines to claim two awards at the Esurance MLB Awards reception at New York City's Chelsea Market on Thursday night.
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|At Joe Maddon's first news conference of the World Series, the Cubs' ultra-progressive manager was asked about those who have influenced him most.
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|Former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter returned to the field at the Al Oerter Recreation Center in Queens on Saturday morning to the utter delight of 100 children from all five boroughs of New York.
|Joe Torre remembers that morning as vividly as every other American. He was manager of the Yankees, and his club had been rained out the day before.
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|When Major League Baseball Commissioner Robert D. Manfred Jr. landed at Pope Field on Fort Bragg on Sunday afternoon for Sunday evening's MLB contest between the Marlins and Braves at newly constructed Fort Bragg Field, he hit the tarmac at the same spot from which our troops deploy overseas. He was met by Lieutenant General Steve Townsend, commanding officer of Fort Bragg and the 18th Airborne Corps.
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|Major League Baseball spent the last four months turning the overgrown, weed-ridden, rutted old Willow Lakes golf course on United States Army installation Fort Bragg into a 12,500-seat gem of a baseball stadium.
|United States Army installation Fort Bragg is the largest U.S. military base in the world, with more than 50,000 active duty personnel. This evening, 12,500 servicemen and women will have the unique opportunity to kick back and watch 50 civilian visitors go to work -- namely, the 25-man rosters of the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins.
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|On Saturday morning at Pope Field, adjacent to Pope Army Airfield on North Carolina's Ft. Bragg, 250 children from military families had a chance to get out and PLAY BALL.
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|The Cuban National Team continues its 19-game barnstorming tour through the Can-Am League with three games against the New Jersey Jackals at Yogi Berra Stadium beginning Tuesday night. On Monday afternoon, the team greeted the press at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center, adjacent to the stadium on the campus of Montclair State University.
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|So you've never been to Cooperstown, N.Y.? Have no fear. Cooperstown is coming to you. The Baseball Hall of Fame's "We Are Baseball" tour opens on July 3 in Davenport, Iowa, but the tour unofficially began with an invite-only exhibition on Friday afternoon on the campus of Rock Ridge High School in Ashburn, Va.
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|In 2010, the defensive shift was employed 2,400 times in the big leagues. In 2015, that number skyrocketed to more than 18,000. But Joe Maddon, now in his second season with the Cubs, is no longer leading the charge.
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