3/26/2013 | Freese will open Cards' season on disabled list
Due to a lingering back injury, David Freese will begin the season on the disabled list, the Cardinals announced on Tuesday.
3/26/2013 | Betemit, out 6-8 weeks, relieved injury wasn't worse
Sporting crutches and a large brace on his right knee, Wilson Betemit held court with reporters Tuesday morning and discussed an injury that will sideline him at least 6-8 weeks before he's re-evaluated.
3/26/2013 | Non-roster invitees Sanchez, Inge make Bucs club
Left-hander Jonathan Sanchez and infielder Brandon Inge -- a pair of non-roster invitees to Pirates' Spring Training -- each earned roster spots Tuesday, with Sanchez joining the rotation, and Inge likely to start the season on the disabled list.
3/26/2013 | Royals, Mariners, Padres look ready to make leap
Entering the 2013 season, with Baltimore and Oakland now established as contenders with young, exciting rosters and confident leadership, we know it won't be a surprise to see the Orioles and A's back in the pennant mix come September. So where should we look to find the most improvement? Three clubs come to mind.
3/26/2013 | Mattingly not concerned with Kemp's struggles
Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp is batting .171 with Opening Day one week away, but after the All-Star's 0-for-3 effort in Monday's 8-2 loss to the Royals, manager Don Mattingly said, "I'm OK with Matt."
3/26/2013 | Mattingly earns first spring ejection
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly was ejected from Monday night's 8-2 loss to the Royals by plate umpire A.J. Johnson. Said Mattingly: "He told me I was arguing balls and strikes. I said, 'What are you going to do? Throw me out of a bleeping Spring Training game?' And he did."
3/26/2013 | Lohse signing brightens Milwaukee's horizons
For most of the last month you could hear two incessant complaints, phrased as questions, in southeastern Wisconsin: 1. When does the weather get better? 2.Why haven't the Brewers signed Kyle Lohse?
3/25/2013 | Hanson on track after solid intra-squad start
Tommy Hanson passed an important tuneup on Monday night, getting through a six-inning, 88-pitch intra-squad game that has him certain he'll have enough stamina under his belt for the start of the regular season.
3/25/2013 | Garland excited for chance in Rox rotation
The Rockies envision Jon Garland, who will pitch for the Rockies on Tuesday against the Dodgers, as an example of the ground-ball pitcher they are preaching to their younger starters.
3/25/2013 | Rockies trim roster, send Pomeranz to Triple-A
Left-hander Drew Pomeranz was sent to Minor League camp and will begin the regular season at Triple-A Colorado Springs.
3/25/2013 | Rodriguez throws scoreless frame against Astros
On Sunday, manager Davey Johnson announced that reliever Henry Rodriguez was experiencing right elbow soreness and hoped that he would have a bullpen session by Tuesday. It turned out that Rodriguez was healthy enough to pitch against the Astros on Monday evening.
3/25/2013 | Colvin taking extra swings in search of timing
The hitting stroke that outfielder-first baseman Tyler Colvin used to hit .290 with 18 home runs, 72 RBIs and 27 doubles last season has gone missing this spring.
3/25/2013 | Greinke plans to start season on time
Dodgers starting pitcher Zack Greinke Monday night said his right elbow felt fine after pitching in his first Major League exhibition game since March 1 and he should be ready to start the season on time.
3/25/2013 | Hagadone, Shaw added to bullpen roster
With Nick Hagadone and Bryan Shaw on the Opening Day roster, the Indians have taken a unique approach for the onset of the regular season.
3/25/2013 | Inge playing in pain in hopes of making team
As someone trying to make a team on a non-roster invitation, Brandon Inge has had a worst-case scenario Spring Training.
3/25/2013 | Blue Jays set to fly high in balanced AL East
The Blue Jays are rightfully receiving a lot of ink after a busy offseason that drastically upgraded the team's pitching depth, but they face four strong contenders for the American League East crown in the Rays, Orioles, Red Sox and Yankees.
3/25/2013 | Kazmir wins rotation spot in comeback effort
On Monday, the Indians announced that Scott Kazmir had earned the fifth spot in the team's starting rotation, initiating one of baseball's most intriguing comeback stories of the coming season.
3/25/2013 | Marlins add Diaz as potential righty bench bat
After years of seeing what he could do to them, the Marlins now are about to find out what Matt Diaz can do for them. On Monday night, Miami reached an agreement with Diaz on a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.
3/25/2013 | Young opting out of Minors deal with Nationals
After pitching four quality innings against the Astros on Monday night, Nationals right-hander Chris Young announced that he filed the paperwork to opt out of his Minor League deal, which would make him a free agent.
3/25/2013 | Sore Hosmer returns to Royals' lineup
First baseman Eric Hosmer was back in the Royals' lineup on Monday night against the Dodgers after testing his tender right quad with several at-bats in a scrimmage at the training complex on Sunday.
3/25/2013 | Duffy, Paulino staying in Arizona to rehab
Left-hander Danny Duffy and right-hander Felipe Paulino will continue their recoveries from Tommy John surgery at the Surprise training complex after the Royals leave on Friday.
3/25/2013 | Hill gives back through Parker field dedication
Located just 400 miles from his hometown of Visalia, Calif., Aaron Hill now has a field dedicated in his honor that will benefit Little League players for many years to come in the town of Parker, Ariz.
3/25/2013 | Scouts evaluate Capuano as LA dangles starters
Scouts from Seattle, Pittsburgh, Texas and Cleveland trekked to a back field on Monday to watch Chris Capuano pitch seven scoreless innings in a Minor League game as the Dodgers step up efforts to move a surplus pitcher.
3/25/2013 | Sizemore hopes big outing is his breakthrough
Scott Sizemore went 4-for-4 on Monday against the Brewers, a performance he hopes will carry over into the regular season after he started the spring 7-for-41.
3/25/2013 | A's using all available time finalizing roster
As most teams are finishing up their rosters, the A's appear nowhere close to one -- and they won't be, it seems, until Sunday, when rosters must be set.
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