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Source: RHP Kintzler, Marlins agree to $3M deal
Reliever Brandon Kintzler has agreed to a one-year deal with the Marlins, a source said. Kintzler compiled a 2.68 ERA and 1.018 WHIP last season with the Cubs.[read more]

Rockies' Black on Arenado rift: 'Going to be fine'
At the Rockies' fan fest on Saturday, manager Bud Black said he believes the situation between All-Star Nolan Arenado and the front office will work itself out. "Things are going to be fine," Black said.[read more]

Dodger fan club to boo Astros at Angels' opener
With the Astros and Dodgers not scheduled to play each other in the regular season, a group of Dodger fans is snapping up tickets to the Angels' home opener against the Astros with plans to vent its frustration over the sign-stealing scandal.[read more]

Mets' deGrom, Alonso ready to roll with Rojas
New York Mets ace Jacob deGrom and slugger Pete Alonso, who both played for new manager Luis Rojas in the minor leagues, expressed optimism and enthusiasm at the team's Fan Fest on Saturday, saying "we're ready to go" after a tumultuous offseason.[read more]

Irked Dodgers don't want '17 title, 'fake banner'
Dodgers players at the team's annual FanFest said they had no interest in being deemed champions in 2017 and 2018 after the Astros were found guilty of stealing signs and amid a current investigation against the Red Sox.[read more]

Source: Zimmerman, Nationals agree on deal
Ryan Zimmerman, the first draft pick of the Washington Nationals after the team relocated from Montreal, has agreed on a one-year contract to remain with the team, as first reported by The Washington Post.[read more]

Sources: Story, Rockies agree for 2 yrs, $27.5M
The deal buys out the final two years of arbitration for Trevor Story, who will reach free agency at 29 in 2021-22.[read more]

Fiers 'moving forward,' won't discuss sign stealing
A's pitcher Mike Fiers said he didn't want his role as a whistleblower to be a distraction to his team, reiterating several times that he's "moving forward" and would not to discuss the sign-stealing scandal.[read more]

Royals' Perez becomes U.S. citizen at fan event
Royals catcher Salvador Perez took his oath of citizenship on Friday during the team's annual FanFest, the completion of a five-year process that he described as long and difficult but well worth it.[read more]

Why Astros' penalties are harsh enough, despite calls for much more
Although some have said Houston got off too lightly, the sanctions will cause the team the right amount of pain.[read more]