3/26/2014 | Phillies release right-handed reliever Stutes
The Phillies have released reliever Michael Stutes, the club announced on Wednesday.
3/26/2014 | Primed to be backup, Cervelli a 'plus' for Yanks
By optioning Austin Romine to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday, the Yankees have essentially confirmed that Francisco Cervelli will be their backup catcher this season.
3/26/2014 | Jeter just beginning to shed rust from lost season
The hits may not have been falling very often for Derek Jeter this spring, but with Opening Day right around the corner, the Yankees' captain believes he is clicking into form at just the right time.
3/26/2014 | Nats add to bench depth by signing Frandsen
In an effort to improve their bench, the Nationals have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with free-agent infielder/outfielder Kevin Frandsen. The club announced the deal on Wednesday.
3/26/2014 | Roster set after Carrasco wins final rotation spot
Inside the Indians' clubhouse, Josh Tomlin's locker was empty and his nameplate was removed on Wednesday morning. It was a clear sign that Carlos Carrasco had won the battle for the final rotation spot.
3/26/2014 | Finger injury could force Coleman to DL to start season
Royals right-hander Louis Coleman has pitched through pain since jamming the middle finger of his pitching hand at the start of Spring Training, but the injury has impacted his control.
3/26/2014 | Nolasco nearly unhittable in final spring tuneup
Ricky Nolasco threw four scoreless innings and allowed just one hit in his last start before Opening Day, but the Twins fell to the Pirates, 2-1, on an eighth-inning error Wednesday at Hammond Stadium.
3/26/2014 | Verlander dominates in final spring outing
Opening Day starters Justin Verlander and Cliff Lee engaged in a pitching duel on Wednesday afternoon, and the visiting Tigers edged the Phillies, 1-0, in a Grapefruit League game at Bright House Field.
3/26/2014 | Rangers boast farm system loaded with potential
The Rangers are as aggressive as any team when it comes to signing amateur talent. They're not afraid to gamble on high-ceiling players even if they come with high risk, and price has been no object when it comes to the international market. As a result, Texas has amassed an impressive collection of prospects.
3/26/2014 | Marte agrees to contract of at least six years
The Pirates have agreed to a six-year extension with left fielder Starling Marte that includes two club option years and is worth $31 million, according to a source. The Pirates have not confirmed the agreement.
3/26/2014 | MLB.com Auction relaunched with added features
Now is a great time to explore the MLB.com Auction, because it has just been relaunched this week by MLB Advanced Media. Get to know the new bidding home of baseball there, while you wait for game-used Opening Day items from Australiato show in the days to come.
3/26/2014 | In time, protective caps will find their fit in game
In a sport built on tradition, change comes slowly. Baseball's approval of a protective cap for pitchers has not been met with enthusiasm. But then that's no surprise, not in baseball or any other sport.
3/26/2014 | Cards sign Aardsma to add to bullpen mix
Still trying to finish piecing together their bullpen, the Cardinals have made a late addition to the competition by signing right-hander David Aardsma to a Minor League deal.
3/26/2014 | Today's MLB.TV slate features host of 20-game winners
MLB.TV will feature six 20-game winners -- Justin Verlander, Cliff Lee, Adam Wainwright, Gio Gonzalez, R.A. Dickey and David Price -- across four different games today as some of baseball's best hurlers will make their final tuneups before the regular season begins.
3/25/2014 | Felix fans six in final Opening Day tuneup
Opening Day starter Felix Hernandez struck out six in his final Cactus League start, and the Mariners got home runs from Mike Zunino and Stefen Romero in a 9-6 win over the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday night.
3/25/2014 | Red Sox to visit White House on Tuesday
With a day off after they open their season in Baltimore on Monday, the Red Sox will travel to Washington to meet President Barack Obama at the White House.
3/25/2014 | Adams tosses scoreless inning in return to mound
Phillies reliever Mike Adams took an important step in his recovery from right shoulder surgery, pitching a scoreless inning in Tuesday's 6-0 win against the Yankees in his Grapefruit League debut.
3/25/2014 | Cashner grounds Cubs in final spring tuneup
Andrew Cashner induced eight groundouts in his final tuneup of the spring and Xavier Nady and Seth Smith each had two hits to lead the Padres in a 5-5 tie with the Cubs on Tuesday night.
3/25/2014 | Padres add veteran Francoeur on Minor League deal
Outfielder Jeff Francoeur, 30, hit .286 with one home run and 10 RBIs in 39 plate appearances with the Indians this spring. He is expected to begin the season with Triple-A El Paso.
3/25/2014 | Walker shakes off rust in Minor League outing
Taijuan Walker threw 48 pitches in a three-inning Minor League outing Tuesday, as the Mariners' top prospect took another step toward returning from a sore shoulder that sidelined him early in Spring Training.
3/25/2014 | Walk-off celebrations help build camaraderie
When one of Nick Punto's teammates drills a walk-off hit, that player's uniform does not stand a chance of surviving the postgame celebration.
3/25/2014 | Infielder Ryan likely to begin season on DL
Infielder Brendan Ryan (pinched nerve in upper back) is likely to begin the year on the 15-day disabled list, Yankees manager Joe Girardi said.
3/25/2014 | Tanaka not yet thinking about first MLB start
Masahiro Tanaka is still more than a week away from throwing his first pitch in a Major League game, which explains why the Yankees right-hander's expression remains placid on the topic.
3/25/2014 | Phelps, Warren, Nuno take news in stride
As pleased as the Yankees were to see Michael Pineda earn the fifth-starter's job this spring, that decision forced some uncomfortable conversations with runners-up David Phelps, Adam Warren and Vidal Nuno.
3/25/2014 | Orioles option reliever Brach to Triple-A
The Orioles optioned right-handed reliever Brad Brach to Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday night, putting their Spring Training roster at 40, including six non-roster players.
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