2018 Positional Preview: Catchers
FishStripes - 3d
As we speak, hundreds of beat writers are flocking to the back fields of baseball facilities in Arizona and Florida, to break the hard-hitting news on which pitchers …

MLB Fantasy Fallout: Padres Sign Hosmer, Rays Making Moves
Fantasy Alarm - 9h
For starters, the Angels needed to make room on the roster for a more versatile player with a six-man rotation looming, the need to create at-bats for Shohei …

Dominant NL West, 'Babe Ruth of Japan' highlight 2018 Cactus League
The Arizona Republic - 2d
This spring training also will introduce a captivating new face: young Japanese phenom Shohei Ohtani, who has joined megastar center fielder Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels after becoming the most sought-after free agent of the …

World Series 2018 odds: Dodgers, Yankees, Astros headline the early betting favorites
SB Nation on MSN.com - 12h
The Angels saw a sharp bump in their odds after signing Shohei Otani, an elite …

Japan says #MeToo as blue chip company executive resigns for lewd remark
The Straits Times - 20h
Osaka-based NH Foods is a household name in Japan as a maker of bacon and …

Red Sox, J.D. Martinez remain at impasse
FanSided - 3d
But signing Martinez would be a big step towards matching their pop. Next: Shohei Otani looks good at Angels camp Martiniez is a career .285 hitter with a 130 …

MLB Rumors: Arrieta To Milwaukee, Martinez To Boston, Hosmer To Royals Are Best Fits
International Business Times - 5d
Not only did the team trade for Christian Yelich and sign Lorenzo Cain, but they …

Shohei Otani’s Japanese League teammate believes in his ability to succeed as two-way star
New York Daily News - 2mon
Imagine the Yankee Stadium crowd witnessing back-to-back titanic home runs by Aaron Judge and Shohei Otani during a game, and then having the two-way Japanese star take the mound a day later to blow heat past opposing batters. One …

Yankees Need to Win Feeding Frenzy for Japanese Megastar Shohei Otani
Bleacher Report - 3mon
Even though they fell short of their 28th World Series title, the New York Yankees still cemented themselves in 2017 as a budding powerhouse that may be only a few pieces away from a potential dynasty. With the gathering of these missing …