- Clippers' Lindor makes diving stop
- Red Wings' Meyer gets eighth strikeout
- Sandberg introduced as new Bulls manager
- Smokies' Russell slugs a grand slam
- O's left-hander Berry fans four for Baysox
- Norris notches first Triple-A K with Buffalo
- New Britain's Berrios fans fifth batter
- Brewers pickup Sardinas Express-es to third
- Boston's Swihart talks about getting pitchers' trust
- New Astro Straily gets his seventh 'K' of game
- Escobar of Red Sox discusses past, future
- Rangers' Deglan hits solo blast for Pelicans
Minor Leaguers checked out American Sniper this week and the praise has been flowing like Randy Johnson's hair. And even in baseball there's no hiding from deflation jokes.
Doug Verb, known around Minor League Baseball as the "Giant Jersey Guy," is pitching a new service. As a professional neutral party, he hopes to resolve conflicts before they reach court.
In 2009, Tim Berry was one of the last players selected in the Draft. After a successful 2014 campaign in Double-A, he talked about the journey from 50th-rounder to top prospect.
- Projections: Lindor, Zimmer ready for impact
- Franco has huge night, wins Dominican crown
- Twins GM: Buxton, Sano could debut this season
- 'Giant Jersey Guy' now ready to resolve conflicts
- Q&A: Orioles' Berry has overcome long odds
- Sounds strike a chord with new logos for '15
- Grayson, von Schamann suspended 50 games
- Jays' Norris taking road less traveled to camp