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2019 South Side Sox Prospect Vote: Round 11

In order to get as many names as possible on the ballot, we're going to run a list of 25 players out for each round, with combined 2018 stats to help you out in your decision-making process. Here's how last year's prospect vote wrangled out — all 42 picks. Also, here's an archive of every

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Former Giants reliever Sergio Romo, Marlins finalize $2.5 million, 1-year deal

Ex-Giants reliever and San Francisco fan favorite Sergio Romo has found a new home. The right-hander and the Marlins on Friday completed a one-year contract that guarantees Romo $2.5 million. He can earn an additional $250,000 in performance bonuses for games finished as part of the deal announced Friday

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Cespedes says he thinks he'll return to Mets this season

Yoenis Cespedes says he thinks he'll be able to play at some point this season. Recovering from surgery on both heels, the New York Mets slugger told reporters through a translator at spring training Friday he is finally pain-free. The team has said Cespedes is expected to be sidelined until at

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Steven Souza says he's finally healthy after injury-wrecked season

Right fielder Steven Souza Jr. pointed to one of the few positives to come from the pectoral injury that wrecked his debut season with the Diamondbacks. “I can take my shirt off and show you a cool party trick,” Souza said. “My pec rolls up to the middle now because half of it is gone.” Souza can joke

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Catcher Tucker Barnhart glad Reds didn't pull off trade

Tucker Barnhart read about the Reds' interest in Miami catcher J.T. Realmuto and hoped that they wouldn't be able to swing a deal for the All-Star. Having endured the hardest part of a rebuild, he wanted to be in Cincinnati for a turnaround. Barnhart got his wish. Realmuto was dealt to Philadelphia

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