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Jeff Bagwell will be in spring training with the Astros for a time this year as a guest instructor, team president Reid Ryan said. “He’s got a lot of baseball wisdom about him and I’m really happy he’s coming to camp for a couple of days,” manager A. J. Hinch said.
Tadahito Iguchi was invited to the July 17-19 weekend honoring the 10-year-anniversary of the 2005 White Sox World Series title, but he's an active player in Japan. So he brought his whole family from Japan to Chicago this past weekend to take part in SoxFest's first pitch for the anniversary celebration.
Tom Wilhelmsen proved his versatility -- and personality -- at last weekend's FanFest with several impromptu singing and dancing performances atop the dugout at Safeco Field. But the looming question now figures to be where exactly he fits into Seattle's pitching plans when the games begin this spring.
Experience gleaned from September callup experiences led both Xavier Scruggs and Sam Tuivailala to extend their 2014 seasons with an eye on improving their respective chances for a return to the Majors this year.
How Giancarlo Stanton goes about knocking baseballs out of the park starts with running sprints in the sand. The offseason for the Marlins slugger is not entirely about getting a little rest and relaxation; it's also about pushing his physical limits in preparation for the 2015 season. Stanton reveals some of his exhausting training tips on MLB Network Presents: "The Offseason: Hope in Chicago and Miami," which airs on Tuesday at 9 p.m.
Most of the compliments fell to Lucas Duda last summer, and rightfully so. But perhaps no Mets player benefited from trainer Mike Barwis' voluntary Michigan fitness camp more than Wilmer Flores, who showed up to Spring Training noticeably lighter, trimmer and quicker than he had been the previous year.