Jesse Sanchez has been a reporter for MLB.com since 2001 and has covered Major League Baseball for 12 years.
|You won't catch D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt staring at the video board above center field at Chase Field during games.
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|An eventful Spring Training is over for Madison Bumgarner and he can finally focus on the regular season.
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|Standing outside Estadio Latinoamericano, only a few feet from the airport-bound bus that would lead him out of his homeland, Dayron Varona signed countless autographs and posed for numerous pictures.
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|Matt Moore's glove is going to the White House. If Chris Archer is lucky, he'll get a member of President Barack Obama's family to respond to him on Twitter.
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|On Tuesday, U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro made history. The two dignitaries exchanged pleasantries, joined the packed stadium for a moment of silence for the victims in Tuesday's tragic terrorist attack in Belgium, and took in a ballgame between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national team at iconic Estadio Latinoamericano, Havana's most famous stadium, as the world watched. No sitting U.S. president has visited Cuba since Calvin Coolidge 88 years ago, and the significance of this moment was lost on no one.
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|Welcome back to Cuba, where America's national pastime and Cuba's national passion will come together for two days for the exhibition game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban National Team on Tuesday at Estadio Latinoamericano.
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|The U.S. Department of Treasury announced new amendments to sanctions against Cuba that could allow MLB teams to begin signing players directly from the island.
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|Wily Peralta changed up the program on Monday against the Dodgers, and he was once again pleased with the results -- despite the final stat line.
|Orlando Arcia will spend the rest of Spring Training in Minor League camp, but there were no signs of disappointment on the 21-year-old's face Monday. It's not a matter of if Arcia will be back in a big league clubhouse, but when, and the young man from Venezuela knows it.
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|The Brewers trimmed their Spring Training roster on Monday, when they optioned six players to the Minor Leagues and reassigned four prospects to their Minor League camp.
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|Indians infielder Erik Gonzalez is a natural shortstop and he loves the position, but smart enough to see the writing on the wall, on the website, in the clubhouse and pretty much anywhere a depth chart could be written.
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|Cody Anderson's plan against the Rockies on Friday afternoon was a simple one: attack the strike zone with fastballs. Mission accomplished.
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|The two-time World Series champ Juan Uribe could end up being a crucial part of the Indians' clubhouse like he has been in almost every one of his previous six stops in the big leagues.
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|Michael Brantley, who had right shoulder surgery last November, took batting practice on the field with his teammates for the first time this spring Friday.
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|A swarm of bees hovering near the home dugout created quite the buzz for the first two innings of Tuesday's game between the Royals and Rockies at Surprise Stadium.
|Royals outfielder Jose Martinez, better known as "Cafecito" in Venezuela, proudly answers to his childhood nickname every time he hears it. The moniker is a tribute to Martinez's late father, former Major Leaguer Carlos "Cafe" Martinez, and it's one of the most recognizable handles in the country. It also has added significance this month as he aims to make the Royals' 25-man roster.
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|Royals starter Edinson Volquez did not allow a hit in three scoreless innings and Rockies starter Jordan Lyles answered with a solid effort of his own, but a pair of Kansas City home runs helped the Royals claim a 3-2 victory at Surprise Stadium on Tuesday.
|Royals infielder Omar Infante continues to make progress and is on track to play the field in a Cactus League game for the first time later this week.
|Yulieski Gurriel, one of the most celebrated players in the history of Cuban baseball, has been spotted in the United States.
|Major League Baseball has submitted a proposal to the U.S. Treasury Department in an effort to create a new way for baseball players from Cuba to sign directly with MLB teams.