The Kansas City Royals take on the Texas Rangers in a Spring Training game on Friday, February 24, 2023 (2/24/23) at Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona.
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Fans can watch the game, which kicks off at 2:05 p.m. ET, via MLB.tv, what does it cost $149.99 for the whole season or $24.99 per month.
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Local fans looking to purchase Yankees spring training gear can do so at Fanatics here. At Fanatics, you’ll find Yankees hats, shirts, jerseys, and more.
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Here is the Yankees’ YES Network Spring Training TV schedule:
Sunday, February 26 – Atlanta, 1:00pm**
Monday February 27 – Detroit, 6:30pm
Wednesday, March 1 – Washington, 1:00pm
Saturday, March 4 – Tampa Bay, 1:00pm
Monday, March 6 – Pittsburgh, 6:30pm
Wednesday, March 8 – St. Louis, 1:00pm
Thursday, March 9 – Boston, 1:00pm
Saturday, March 11 – Philadelphia, 1:00pm
Wednesday, March 15 – Philadelphia, 1:00pm
Tuesday, March 21 – Detroit, 1:00pm
Friday, March 24 – Minnesota, 1:00pm
Sunday March 26 – Toronto, 1pm
Monday, March 27 – Tampa Bay, 1:00pm
Here’s a recent MLB story from the AP:
The New York Yankees agreed to a one-year, $9.95 million contract with Gleyber Torres, avoiding an arbitration hearing with the infielder by settling at half the proposed salaries.
The team announced the deal on Sunday. The 26-year-old Torres hit .257 with 24 homers and 76 RBI in 140 games for the champion AL East last year.
Torres had asked for an increase from $6.25 million to $10.2 million in arbitration, and the Yankees had offered the second baseman $9.7 million.
A two-time All-Star, Torres made his big league debut with New York. He is a .265 hitter with 98 homers and 310 RBI in 576 career games.
He was the last remaining player in New York officiating. Nine Yankees agreed shortly before the proposed January 13 salary swap: right-handers Frankie Montas ($7.5 million), Clay Holmes ($3.3 million), Domingo Germán ($2.6 million), Jonathan Loáisiga ($2,262,500) and Michael King ($1.3 million), lefty Wandy Peralta ($3.35m) and southpaw Nestor Cortes ($3.2m), and wide receivers Jose Trevino ($2.36m) million) and Kyle Higashioka ($1,462,500).
Twenty-nine major leaguers remain scheduled for hearings Monday through February 17.
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