Bob Nightengale / USA Today:
USA advances to WBC semifinals on Trea Turner grand slam vs. Venezuela — MIAMI — It was raucous. It was exhilarating. It was breathtaking. — It was sheer bedlam. — When the smoke cleared Saturday evening, the USA was dancing off the field, 9-7 winners over Venezuela …
Sanjesh Singh / NBC New York: Watch: Trea Turner Hits Go-Ahead Grand Slam Vs. Venezuela in World Baseball Classic
Ken Rosenthal / The Athletic: Trea Turner's grand slam powers exhilarating comeback as USA advances to WBC semifinals
Nathan Ackerman / Phillies Nation: 2 more homers from scorching hot Trea Turner help Team USA to WBC final
Bob Nightengale / MLB Baseball News, Scores …: Team USA is rolling and believing nobody can stop them as they reach World Baseball Classic finals
Corey Seidman / NBCSports.com: Trea Turner hits game-winning grand slam vs. Venezuela in World Baseball Classic
Associated Press: Trea Turner's grand slam lifts Team USA over Venezuela, into World Baseball Classic semis
Kevin Barral / Fish Stripes: USA 9, VEN 7; Team USA advances to semifinals on Trea Turner's grand slam
James O'Connell / New York Daily News: Trea Turner's go-ahead grand slam leads Team USA past Venezuela at World Baseball Classic
Josh Timmers / Bleed Cubbie Blue: WBC Tonight: Mexico advances, USA faces Venezuela
Brett Taylor / Bleacher Nation: UNBELIEVABLE Moment in USA-Venezuela: Trea Turner 8th Inning Grand Slam
Jessica Camerato / MLB.com:
USA drubs Cuba, setting up chance to repeat as champs — Americans await winner of Mexico-Japan for Tuesday's title game — MIAMI — Team USA is one win away from becoming back-to-back World Baseball Classic champions. — With a 14-2 semifinal victory over Cuba on Sunday night at loanDepot park …
Barry M. Bloom / Sportico: Team USA Blows Out Cuba en Route to WBC Final
Jeff Passan / ESPN: Turner, Goldschmidt power Team USA past Cuba, into WBC final
Matt Ferenchick / Pinstripe Alley: WBC Day 13: USA slugs way into championship game
James O'Connell / New York Daily News: Trea Turner remains red-hot as Team USA advances into WBC Finals with win over Cuba
Bob Nightengale / USA Today: Team USA defeats Cuba to reach championship game of World Baseball Classic
Jorge Castillo / Los Angeles Times: Trea Turner can't believe it either. Why is he hitting so many homers in the WBC?
Brett Taylor / Bleacher Nation: Team USA to the Championship, Suzuki Swings, Rios and His Role, and Other Cubs Bullets
Noah Berger / Fish Stripes: CUB 2, USA 14; Trea Turner for President?
Josh Timmers / Bleed Cubbie Blue: WBC Tonight: Team USA faces Cuba after winning a classic in the Classic
Shawn Coleman / Battery Power: Braves News: Team USA reaches WBC Finals, Michael Soroka Scheduled to Start Wednesday, more
Eric Stephen / True Blue LA: WBC semifinal: USA vs. Cuba
Jennifer Sheehan / Morning Call:
A cool tradition: First day of spring means free Rita's — Let's all put winter behind us and take part in a delicious (and free) spring tradition. — Rita's is once again offering free Italian ice to kick off the season. Visit one of the Valley's 17 Rita's locations from noon to 9 p.m. Monday and get yourself some free Rita's.
Discussion: SGV Tribune and Mercury News
Darleene Powells / SGV Tribune: Celebrate the first day of spring with cold treats from Dairy Queen, Rita's Italian Ice
Peter King / ProFootballTalk:
FMIA: The First-Week Free-Agency Files — Early Report Card — 1. Chicago. The Bears traded ownership of the draft to Carolina, then owned the first week of free-agency. — After a conversation with Bears GM Ryan Poles the other night, it sounds like the trade was almost THE TRADE.
Discussion: The Athletic, Bleacher Nation and New Jersey Online
Matt Schneidman / The Athletic: As Packers work on Aaron Rodgers trade, here's what they still have left to do
Kevin Acee / San Diego Union-Tribune:
Padres star Juan Soto suffers oblique injury in ‘B’ game — Padres star left fielder leaves ‘B’ game with ‘mild’ left oblique strain — The day before their day off was not a good one for the Padres. — Even before catcher Austin Nola was carted off the field with an apparent broken nose during …
Discussion: MLB Trade Rumors
Jacob Meyer / Baltimore Sun:
Orioles observations on Colton Cowser's 476-foot blast, Dean Kremer's WBC experience, Mike Baumann's new role and more — FORT MYERS, Fla. — Colton Cowser didn't need to eat Wheaties on Friday morning to power the 476-foot home run he smashed against the Minnesota Twins.
Discussion: Denver Post, Mercury News, Camden Chat and BaltimoreBaseball.com
Denver Post: From 12 options to 9, Orioles' rotation competition taking shape with 10 spring training games remaining
Mercury News: Orioles observations on another ‘learning experience’ for Grayson Rodriguez, Daz Cameron's ‘flourishing’ swing and more
Cole Bradley / Mercury News:
Pache making his case to remain in Oakland A's outfield mix — The A's Opening Day centerfielder last season is out of options, but solid spring might help him keep his job — MESA, Ariz. — When Cristian Pache entered his second spring training with the Oakland A's last month …
Discussion: Athletics Nation and NBCSports.com
Kris Willis / Athletics Nation: Oakland Athletics Roster Projection: Where things stand as the Cactus League season winds down
Angelina Martin / NBCSports.com: Pache adjusting at plate to reclaim spot as A's center fielder
Matt Kawahara / San Francisco Chronicle:
A's starter Paul Blackburn, catcher Manny Piña to open season on IL — MESA, Ariz. — Oakland Athletics starter Paul Blackburn will begin the season on the injured list due to a torn fingernail on the middle finger of his pitching hand, manager Mark Kotsay said Friday.
Discussion: Athletics Nation, NBCSports.com, Mercury News and MLB Trade Rumors
Kris Willis / Athletics Nation: Elephant Rumblings: Paul Blackburn, Manny Pina to begin season on IL
Ali Thanawalla / NBCSports.com: A's All-Star starter Blackburn will begin 2023 season on IL
Curtis Pashelka / Mercury News: Two Oakland A's expected to be on Opening Day roster will start season on IL
Anthony Franco / MLB Trade Rumors: Injury Notes: Blackburn, Pina, Morejon, Garcia, Szapucki
Abbey Mastracco / New York Daily News:
Brandon Nimmo leaves spring training game vs Marlins with apparent ankle injury — The Mets just can't seem to catch a break. — One day after losing closer Edwin Diaz for up to eight months, Brandon Nimmo injured his right ankle on an awkward slide in a Grapefruit League game.
Discussion: New York Post, Mercury News, New Jersey Online, MLB Baseball News … and Amazin' Avenue
Kevin Manahan / New Jersey Online: More Mets misery? Brandon Nimmo injures ankle on awkward slide: How bad is it?
John Harper / MLB Baseball News, Scores …: Mets, Buck Showalter optimistic about Brandon Nimmo's ankle injury
Brian Salvatore / Amazin' Avenue: Brandon Nimmo leaves game with right ankle soreness
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins bringing ex-Jets WR and former Hurricane Braxton Berrios back to Miami — Braxton Berrios is coming back to where he played his college football. — The former Miami Hurricanes receiver and return man is signing with the Miami Dolphins, according to multiple league sources.
Discussion: Mercury News
Adam Lichtenstein / Sun-Sentinel:
Heat veteran Kyle Lowry adjusting to new role coming off bench — MIAMI — Miami Heat point guard Kyle Lowry has been a steady presence in the starting lineup for nearly his entire career. — The veteran had started 677 consecutive games that he was active for, dating back to his rookie season with the Toronto Raptors.
Discussion: Mercury News and Denver Post
Gary Phillips / New York Daily News:
Isiah Kiner-Falefa enjoys a mostly smooth return to center field — LAKELAND, Fla. — The last time Isiah Kiner-Falefa played center field in a game that counted, he was still trying to break into the major leagues. — Back on June 17, 2017, “IKF” took to the middle of the outfield …
Discussion: New Jersey Online, New York Post and Yankees News
Max Goodman / New Jersey Online: How Yankees' Isiah Kiner-Falefa looked in center field debut | What's next
Mark W. Sanchez / New York Post: Isiah Kiner-Falefa passes first Yankees center field test
Alyson Footer / Yankees News: How IKF fared in his first game in center field
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Mike Gesicki leaves Dolphins in free agency, signs with rival Patriots — The expectation with tight end Mike Gesicki this offseason is now reality. His time with the Miami Dolphins has come to an end. — Gesicki is departing in free agency to join the New England Patriots, he told the South Florida Sun Sentinel on Friday morning.
Discussion: Denver Post and Mercury News