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Fenway Park, like you've never seen it

A 140-foot high snowboarding ramp that's three times the size of the Green Monster at baseball's oldest park? You have to see it to believe it

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Tanaka returns to mound after surgery

Yankees P Masahiro Tanaka threw off a bullpen mound for the first time since having arthroscopic surgery to remove a bone spur from his right elbow in October. Tanaka went 12-7 with a 3.51 ERA last season.


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What is 3x larger than the Green Monster? The 140-foot high snow ramp at Fenway Park for the Big Air at Fenway event. (via Billie Weiss/Twitter)

Mat Latos agrees with White Sox

The free-agent RHP agreed to a one-year, $3M with Chicago, according to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick and media reports. Latos, 28, had a 4.95 ERA with a 4-10 record last season with the Marlins and Dodgers.

For The Love Of Hendu

The infectious spirit of the late, great Dave Henderson lived on through those attending the A's and Mariners fantasy experience he created. Photos

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Crasnick: Donaldson deal keeps harmony

Said Jerry Crasnick: "It's good to know that they're gonna have Josh Donaldson in the fold for the next couple years."


David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Good pickup by the Diamondbacks to sign Tyler Clippard for some bullpen depth. Yes, there are concerns that he looked tired at the end of 2015 and his overall strikeout rate was down a bit. But he's been a durable, steady reliever and his velocity did hold steady throughout the season. He should pay some nice dividends.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Plawecki told the Daily News he had sinus surgery in December. He figures that should alleviate the issues he dealt with last year related to dizziness, etc. -- especially during flights.

Szymborski's MLB risers and fallers

With a myriad of free agents finding new homes in 2016, who should you trust in their new uniforms? Price vs. Frazier (Insider)

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Olney: Rule not meant to eliminate slides

Following news that MLB is looking at rewriting the rules on slides into second base, Buster Olney explains why the rule change isn't meant to cut out slides completely. The proposed rule (Insider)

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