Chief baseball officer Tony La Russa and GM Dave Stewart can't repeat their first dysfunctional offseason if the D-backs are to improve from mediocrity to contender in 2016.
Josh Donaldson put up an MVP caliber performance on Tuesday, hitting two home runs and carrying the Blue Jays to a win. That story and lots more can be found in this edition of Eye on MLB.
Let's talk about the police. That is, the Jinx and Fun Police among baseball fans. Also, washed up Phillies duking it out and a great Zack Greinke quote.
Yankees starter Michael Pineda became the fourth man since 2000 with at least 16 strikeouts and zero walks in a game. This and stuff from every single Mother's Day game in Eye On MLB.
The Yankees got bad news about ace righty Masahiro Tanaka on Tuesday. That didn't stop them from winning for the 10th time in their last 12 games.
The Brewers dropped their seventh straight game on Tuesday night. They're 2-12 on the season and already seven games back in the NL Central.
The Mets traded for two new lefty relievers Monday. Those moves plus a bunch of injury updates headline the day's news recap.
Four people (two players and two coaches) were ejected in a spring training beanball war between the Dodgers and Diamondbacks Monday.
The Cubs enter the 2015 season with their highest expectations in a while. Will the roster be enough to make the playoffs for the first time since 2008?
Daniel Hudson makes Diamondbacks roster, still uncertain of role; Red Sox won't part with Blake Swihart in Cole Hamels deal; Barry Zito giving best effort to make A's roster

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