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3/6/2013 | Skippers use balancing act to keep players healthy
Even during typical Spring Trainings, managers must walk the fine line between keeping their players sharp and not overworking them in games that don't count in the standings. Throwing an extra week into the mix this spring because of the World Baseball Classic has made their jobs more difficult.

3/6/2013 | World Baseball Classic set to go full throttle
While on the other side of the planet the World Baseball Classic heads into the second round this weekend at Tokyo Dome, first-round pool play begins in Arizona and Puerto Rico.

3/6/2013 | Yanks may have injuries, but they know how to win
After being hit hard by free-agent defections over the winter, the Yankees have gotten a drip-drip-drip of bad news. Girardi spoke to reporters Monday after learning that Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira had sustained a right wrist injury, but before reliever David Robertson was unable to get loose for a scheduled appearance against the Braves.

3/5/2013 | Zambrano hopes Classic leads back to Majors
Carlos Zambrano is hoping that the World Baseball Classic will help propel him to an enticing offer from a Major League team. He got off to a decent start in that regard on Tuesday night.

3/5/2013 | Cashman has no regrets after skydiving injury
Brian Cashman arrived at George M. Steinbrenner Field in time for Tuesday's game, outfitted with a pair of hospital-issued scrub pants, a fresh hard cast and a new pair of crutches that will be by his side for the next eight weeks.

3/5/2013 | Aviles hopes Classic brings enthusiasm to homeland
Like many members of Team Puerto Rico, Mike Aviles hopes a strong showing in the Classic will rekindle enthusiasm for baseball in that country.

3/5/2013 | Gallardo sets tone as Mexico shuts out D-backs
Team Mexico got a solid start from Yovani Gallardo, who declared himself ready to take the mound for its World Baseball Classic opener, in a 1-0 win over the D-backs on Tuesday in Scottsdale, Ariz.

3/5/2013 | Napoli has no problem taming Green Monster
Unlike some previous right-handed sluggers who were acquired because they could be good fits for Fenway Park, Mike Napoli is not a dead pull hitter.

3/5/2013 | Gallardo tosses pain-free inning in Classic tuneup
Brewers right-hander Yovani Gallardo had his final tuneup for the World Baseball Classic on Tuesday night and said he feels ready to start against Team USA on Friday night.

3/5/2013 | Fernandez shows no fear vs. Team Venezuela
As if facing a star-filled Venezuelan lineup on Tuesday night was intimidating enough, 20-year-old Jose Fernandez was being razzed to prepare for the worst.

3/5/2013 | Uggla not hurt after being hit in back of head
The Yankees' trainer and the Braves' medical personnel consulted outside Atlanta's clubhouse Tuesday night after Dan Uggla had been struck in the back of the head by a pitch thrown by Brandon Pinder, a non-roster right-handed pitcher with the Yankees. They seemed more concerned for the Braves' second baseman than he was.

3/5/2013 | Miggy notches three hits in loss to Marlins
Miguel Cabrera turned in a three-hit game against his former club, but the Marlins overcame the slugger's big night as Bryan Petersen hit a two-run walk-off triple in a 6-5 win over Team Venezuela in front of 2,719 at Roger Dean Stadium.

3/5/2013 | Petersen's walk-off triple powers Marlins
Miguel Cabrera turned in a three-hit game against his former club, but the Marlins overcame the slugger's big night as Bryan Petersen hit a two-run walk-off triple in a 6-5 win over Team Venezuela in front of 2,719 at Roger Dean Stadium.

3/5/2013 | Beltran back in action, starts in right field for P.R.
Cardinals star Carlos Beltran, who has been nursing a bruised right toe, was back in the lineup Tuesday night, starting in right field for Team Puerto Rico.

3/5/2013 | Figueroa yields just one run in loss to Red Sox
Will Middlebrooks and Mike Napoli both hit bombs over the Green Monster to back a strong pitching performance by John Lackey, lifting the Red Sox to a 4-3 victory in an exhibition against Team Puerto Rico's World Baseball Classic entry on Tuesday night at JetBlue Park.

3/5/2013 | Lackey fires three shutout frames in Sox's win
Will Middlebrooks and Mike Napoli both hit bombs over the Green Monster to back a strong pitching performance by John Lackey, lifting the Red Sox to a 4-3 victory in an exhibition against Team Puerto Rico's World Baseball Classic entry on Tuesday night at JetBlue Park.

3/5/2013 | D-backs won't rush Hill into full duty
D-backs second baseman Aaron Hill, who has been bothered by a sore left hip flexor and limited to pinch-hit duty, tried to sell his manager on the fact that he was well enough to start Tuesday night's game against Team Mexico, but Kirk Gibson wasn't buying it.

3/5/2013 | Leg injury to keep Ross out 2-3 weeks
A lower left leg strain is expected to keep D-backs outfielder Cody Ross out of action for two to three weeks, manager Kirk Gibson revealed on Tuesday.

3/5/2013 | Sojo: 'This group of guys, they want to win'
Hopes are high for Team Venezuela as the club approaches pool play in the World Baseball Classic, and if the crowd at Roger Dean Stadium on Tuesday night is any indication, so are expectations. The majority of the fans in attendance for the team's exhibition against the Miami Marlins were decked out in Venezuela gear.

3/5/2013 | Maholm, Braves relievers keep Yankees quiet
Paul Maholm and four relievers held the Yankees in check as the Braves earned a 2-0 victory at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Tuesday night.

3/5/2013 | Ortiz runs bases again without incident
As planned, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz had a shorter day of running on Tuesday than he did Monday, and he was encouraged after running home to first four times and home to second once. The significant part of the activity is that it marked the first time Ortiz has run the bases on consecutive days since Spring Training started.

3/5/2013 | For Spain, just one native but plenty of heart
Eric Gonzalez might be considered unique among the players currently populating Team Spain's clubhouse -- he's the only native-born Spaniard on the veritable melting pot that is Spain's World Baseball Classic roster.

3/5/2013 | Venezuelans hoping for peace after Chavez's death
While the Rockies were in the daily routine of Spring Training on Tuesday, in Venezuela the news broke of the death of President Hugo Chavez.

3/5/2013 | Yankees set sights on Saturday for Mariano
Mariano Rivera is slated to return to the mound this weekend for his first game action since sustaining a season-ending knee injury last May. "We're going to shoot for Saturday," Girardi said.

3/5/2013 | Different styles, same goal for Leake, Chapman
Mike Leake and Aroldis Chapman are competing for the same patch of real estate that is the fifth spot in the Reds' rotation. The biggest deciding factor at the end of camp probably comes down to this: Do the Reds feel Chapman can help them more as a starter or as the closer?


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