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Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Max Scherzer throws in the second inning against the Baltimore Orioles during Game 1 of baseball's AL Division Series in Baltimore, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Nats reportedly sign Max Scherzer

- The Washington Times

According to multiple reports early Monday morning, the Washington Nationals have signed the marquee free agent to a seven-year contract, further strengthening one of the best rotations in baseball.

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Chicago White Sox general manager Rick Hahn speaks during the baseball team's SoxFest annual fan convention, Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Andrew A. Nelles)

Hahn senses optimism around White Sox

- Associated Press

Whether he's out on the town or simply checking messages, general manager Rick Hahn can sense the excitement and optimism surrounding the Chicago White Sox.

Minnesota Twins' Trevor Plouffe, right, signs an autograph during the baseball team's TwinsFest on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Hannah Foslien)

Twins 3B Plouffe enters season with Sano waiting for chance

- Associated Press

Trevor Plouffe is coming off of a season in which he led the Minnesota Twins in RBIs and signed a $4.8 million, one-year contract that made him the highest-paid third baseman in franchise history.

Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in New York, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. On the final day of his nearly 22 1-2 years in charge of baseball, Selig talked about his legacy. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

AP Interview: Selig says MLB could expand internationally

- Associated Press

Bud Selig began his 8,173rd and final day in charge of baseball by waking up in a Manhattan hotel, having breakfast and working out. After nearly 22 1/2 years that began with unprecedented labor unrest, unfolded with rapid innovation and ended with unparalleled prosperity, he predicted a future filled with more transformation, perhaps with expansion to other countries.

A look at wide world of cheating across sports

- Associated Press

Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating. And while fans are a long way from knowing what mischief led to the New England Patriots winning the AFC title with underinflated footballs, it's already become the latest episode in a vast history of rule-breaking in the wide world of sports.