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3/27/2013 | Janssen remains on target for Opening Day
Casey Janssen remains on schedule to start the season on the Blue Jays' 25-man roster. Toronto's closer threw 1 1/3 innings in a Minor League game versus the Yankees on Wednesday afternoon.

3/27/2013 | Right-hander Moscoso claimed by Cubs
Right-hander Guillermo Moscoso was claimed on waivers by the Cubs Wednesday afternoon.

3/27/2013 | Worley named Twins' Opening Day starter
Right-hander Vance Worley turned in his best outing of the spring on Wednesday against the Pirates, and was rewarded after the game by being named Minnesota's Opening Day starter

3/27/2013 | Jeter won't see game action until next week
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will not play in another Minor League game until at least next week, according to general manager Brian Cashman.

3/27/2013 | As spring winds down, Hanigan playing catchup
Reds catcher Ryan Hanigan lags behind in at-bats this spring compared with other lineup regulars after being out from March 1-9 with a strained left oblique muscle.

3/27/2013 | Transactions leave Reds with 34 players
The Reds sent right-handed pitcher Clay Hensley and left hander Wilkin De La Rosa to the Minor League camp, leaving nine more transactions to be made before Opening Day.

3/27/2013 | Royals re-sign Sherrill, Nady to Minor League deals
Left-hander George Sherrill and utility man Xavier Nady, who were released Monday, both opted to return to Kansas City on Minor League contracts.

3/27/2013 | Nady provides versatility, right-handed power bat
Xavier Nady returned to the Royals on a Minor League deal, and his presence in the organization could help manager Ned Yost shuffle around his defensive alignment or create better matchups at the corner infield spots.

3/27/2013 | Hosmer to start in right to prepare for Interleague Play
Manager Ned Yost is starting usual first baseman Eric Hosmer in right field on Thursday in order to test out an adjusted lineup for an upcoming Interleague series vs. the Phillies.

3/27/2013 | Joseph optioned to Triple-A Omaha
Left-hander Donnie Joseph was sent down to the Minors on Wednesday, but manager Ned Yost likes the reliever's potential.

3/27/2013 | Hammel named Orioles' Opening Day starter
Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel will make his first career Opening Day start, the club officially announced on Wednesday.

3/27/2013 | Kubel's ankle fine in Minor League test
D-backs outfielder Jason Kubel played in a Minor League game Wednesday and pronounced his left ankle good to go.

3/27/2013 | Ryu ready for Major League debut
Hyun-Jin Ryu said he wasn't surprised, nor did he sound overly excited, to learn he will start the second game of the regular season for the Dodgers.

3/27/2013 | Stauffer among Padres sent to Minors
Tim Stauffer, the Padres' Opening Day pitcher in 2011, will begin the season with Triple-A Tucson as he comes off elbow surgery.


3/27/2013 | Padres solidify four rotation spots
The Padres rotation will include Edinson Volquez, Clayton Richard, Eric Stults and Jason Marquis, but Bud Black has yet to name a fifth player, who will start April 6.

3/27/2013 | Forsythe could start season on DL
Logan Forsythe returned to San Diego to see a specialist about the plantar fasciitis in his right foot after leaving Tuesday's game because of pain. The Padres' infielder could miss the start of the season.

3/27/2013 | Lohse looks to work his way into starting rotation
Recently signed right-hander Kyle Lohse has made a good first impression in the Brewers clubhouse, and he is focused on convincing manager Ron Roenicke and pitching coach Rick Kranitz that he's ready to pitch in the second series of the season.

3/27/2013 | Hart, Bianchi headed to 15-day disabled list
The Brewers placed first baseman Corey Hart and infielder Jeff Bianchi on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday, which gives the team five players on the Opening Day DL.

3/27/2013 | Rogers 'on board' with placement on DL
The Brewers placed right-hander Mark Rogers on the Opening Day disabled list, and Rogers accepts the opportunity to work on his velocity.

3/27/2013 | Opening Day roster still unclear for Brewers
The Kyle Lohse signing hasn't done anything to clear up the roster situation in Milwaukee, as Mike Fiers' situation in the rotation or bullpen is not yet decided. There is also an open spot on the bench that hasn't been filled.

3/27/2013 | Betancourt passes physical, inks one-year deal
The Brewers signed utility infielder Yuniesky Betancourt to a one-year contract on Wednesday. Betancourt hit 13 home runs with 68 RBIs as Milwaukee's starting shortstop in 2011.

3/27/2013 | Maurer makes jump to Mariners rotation
Brandon Maurer, a 22-year-old right-hander who has never pitched above Double-A, and Blake Beavan earned the final two spots in the Mariners starting rotation on Wednesday.

3/27/2013 | Ciuffo dazzles behind plate in NHSI opener
Nick Ciuffo drove in a big run in Lexington's 4-0 win over Florida Christian in the opener on Wednesday and threw out a runner from behind the plate.

3/27/2013 | Gentry, Martin to share Rangers' center-field duties
Leonys Martin and Craig Gentry will share center-field duties for the Rangers this season. Manager Ron Washington just hasn't decided how they will share the position.

3/27/2013 | Borbon waiting to find out his destination
Rangers outfielder Julio Borbon showed up to the clubhouse on Wednesday, packed and dressed for the team flight back to Arlington, Tex. He is just waiting to hear what the Rangers are going to do with him.


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