2/12/2013 | Elbow injury to sideline Gregorius for few weeks
Didi Gregorius was to be a long shot to make the D-backs' Opening Day roster. Now, due to an elbow injury, he has no shot.
2/12/2013 | Yanks may mull Gardner-Grandy position swap
Yankees manager Joe Girardi hasn't ruled out the idea that Brett Gardner and Curtis Granderson could flip positions this season, but a decision hasn't yet been made.
2/12/2013 | CC feels strong after offseason elbow cleanup
Yankees ace CC Sabathia said that he can already feel the difference in his left elbow after having offseason arthroscopic surgery to remove a bone spur.
2/12/2013 | Only Richard, Volquez have secure spots in rotation
Clayton Richard and Edinson Volquez, the only pitchers to make more than 16 starts for the Padres a year ago, are the only certainties in San Diego's 2013 rotation.
2/12/2013 | Girardi says Yankees could win 95 games
Joe Girardi has heard plenty of people talking about how his team did not make a big free-agent splash this year, but the Yankees manager does not necessarily agree with that viewpoint.
2/12/2013 | Rangers' arms to carry weight of expectations
In an ironic and unexpected turn of events, the Rangers go into a season looking at their starting rotation as being the No. 1 asset on the team, something they haven't been able to claim since maybe the mid-1970s.
2/12/2013 | Dubee expects big things from Doc, bullpen
Pitching coach Rich Dubee needs to evaluate his pitchers when spring begins, but the ability of Roy Halladay to bounce back from a rough 2012 campaign will be the key to determine how the rest of the rotation and bullpen fills out.
2/12/2013 | Buchholz strains right hamstring during PFP drill
About 10 minutes into the first pitchers' fielding practice on Tuesday, Red Sox right-hander Clay Buchholz limped into the training room.
2/12/2013 | Medlen reports for first Spring Training as father
Exactly one week after becoming a father for the first time, Kris Medlen arrived at Spring Training on Tuesday with a little more hair than he had in his younger, less-domesticated days.
2/12/2013 | Upton brothers arrive, take BP with Heyward
B.J. Upton will experience a number of firsts as he fulfills his dream of playing with his brother and gets used to being a Braves player this year. The veteran outfielder got a few of those firsts out of the way Tuesday, when he made his first appearance at Spring Training.
2/12/2013 | Hudson plans to make the most of 2013 season
Tim Hudson wants to end his career with the Braves, but as he enters the last year of his contract, he understands that this could be his final season in Atlanta.
2/12/2013 | Wright's captaincy would come with little fanfare
Though the Mets are still considering naming David Wright the fourth official captain in franchise history, they do not plan to make any sort of spectacle of it.
2/12/2013 | Inflammation in elbow keeping Francisco off mound
Though Frank Francisco reported to camp punctually on Tuesday, lingering health issues may prevent him from toeing a rubber any time soon. It's a situation that could ultimately cost him his job.
2/12/2013 | Anderson looking to pull his weight for A's staff
Though Tommy John surgery was just around the corner, Brett Anderson did find solace away from the mound in the days leading up to his major operation in 2011. Such comfort was tucked away in the kitchen.
2/12/2013 | A-Rod will skip camp as he rehabs in New York
Alex Rodriguez will not report to Spring Training with the Yankees' position players, as the club advised him to stay in New York to continue rehabilitation on his surgically repaired left hip.
2/12/2013 | Saving grace: Grilli relishes first opportunity to close
A year ago, he was working on saving his career. Now Jason Grilli is working toward saving games. At 36, the right-handed reliever is in Pirates camp as a first-time closer, the chance of a long baseball lifetime he has long wanted and feels he now deserves.
2/12/2013 | Johan expects all to be 'normal' this season
Last year at this time, Johan Santana was mobbed when he neared a mound. On Tuesday, only about a half-dozen watched the lefty, who anticipates a quiet camp.
2/12/2013 | Amaro's grandfather inducted into Latino HOF
Amaro had a chance to remember his grandfather Santos Amaro Saturday, who was inducted posthumously into the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame at a ceremony at Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic.
2/12/2013 | Latos avoids arbitration, signs two-year contract
The Reds and starting pitcher Mat Latos avoided arbitration on Tuesday when the right-hander signed a two-year, $11.5 million contract through the 2014 season.
2/12/2013 | As expected, new rules impact free-agent market
If it seems you heard more than ever about Draft-pick compensation for free agents this winter, well, it might be because you did. New rules governing free agency and the First-Year Player Draft resulted in a new set of dynamics as clubs weighed the costs of signing players.
2/12/2013 | No regrets: Pierzynski transitions from Sox to Texas
Now with his new team in Spring Training, A.J. Pierzynski made clear that there was no disappointment, per se, over leaving the White Sox, but instead excitement for getting started with the Rangers.
2/12/2013 | Leaner Lynn looks to stay in shape for long haul
Lance Lynn landed in Jupiter 40 pounds lighter than he was when he emptied his stall in the Busch Stadium clubhouse last October. This look is quite in contrast to one year ago, when Lynn reported to at about 260 pounds. He packed on another 20 pounds durign the season, which may have led to his second-half struggles.
2/12/2013 | Pedroia wants to regain winning feeling
For as long as Dustin Pedroia has played baseball -- Little League, high school, college and into the pro ranks -- he never recalls experiencing the bitter taste of a losing season. Then came 2012, the most depressing summer of his life.
2/12/2013 | Felix, Mariners complete contract extension
Felix Hernandez has reached agreement on a contract extension with the Mariners, general manager Jack Zduriencik said Tuesday afternoon, and will be in Seattle for a 2 p.m. PT news conference Wednesday.
2/12/2013 | Gio arrives at camp, reiterates no ties to PEDs
Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez arrived at camp on Tuesday and emphatically denied ever using performance-enhancing drugs, saying he was "shocked" and "stunned" when his name was linked to a South Florida-based lab that reportedly provided Major League players with banned substances.
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