3/25/2014 | Garza to make season debut at Miller Park
Yovani Gallardo and Kyle Lohse were already tabbed to start the team's first two games against the Atlanta Braves, but Brewers officials had been considering holding top free-agent acquisition Matt Garza for Game 4 of the season -- a charged Red Sox home opener on April 4. Instead, Garza will pitch the Game 3 against the Braves on Wednesday at Miller Park.
3/25/2014 | Royals claim Schuster off waivers, deal Moore
The Royals, in two transactions with San Diego on Tuesday, claimed left-handed pitcher Patrick Schuster off waivers and dealt catcher Adam Moore to the Padres for cash. Schuster, 23, was placed on the Royals' 40-man roster, and outfielder Carlos Peguero was designated for assignment to make room.
3/25/2014 | Ellsbury tests sore right calf in Minors game
Jacoby Ellsbury logged six plate appearances in a Minor League game on Tuesday, testing his sore right calf, and is confident that he will be able to avoid the disabled list.
3/25/2014 | Marino to be part of Marlins' Opening Day festivities
Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino threw for 61,361 yards in his legendary career. On Monday, the South Florida sports icon will toss out the ceremonial first pitch for the Marlins on Opening Day at the site where his Miami Dolphins days began.
3/25/2014 | Day after release, Guerrier re-signs with Twins
It didn't take long for right-hander Matt Guerrier to re-join the Twins, as the day after he was given his unconditional release, he signed a Minor League deal to remain with the club on Tuesday.
3/25/2014 | Kubel makes Twins, to see time as DH/outfielder
Outfielder Jason Kubel was informed by the Twins on Tuesday he made the team, and he will be added to the 25-man roster before the season starts on March 31 against the White Sox.
3/25/2014 | After being outrighted, Frandsen opts for free agency
Kevin Frandsen had 72 hours to accept his Minor League assignment or he could become a free agent. The infielder opted Tuesday for free agency, forfeiting a guaranteed $900,000 contract.
3/25/2014 | Veteran Kendrick's sole focus is winning
Howie Kendrick may not have amassed a ton of personal accomplishments, but all he cares about is the team's ultimate goal.
3/25/2014 | Mann opening eyes in Pirates spring camp
There have been plenty of productive relievers in the Pirates' Spring Training camp, guys with names and resumes. Yet one of the most interesting emerging stories is a tall left-hander with a sidearm delivery.
3/25/2014 | Castro making progress toward Opening Day
The Cubs' Starlin Castro will play shortstop and get six or seven at-bats in a Minor League game on Wednesday as he continues to make progress from a strained right hamstring, and he predicts he'll be ready for Opening Day.
3/25/2014 | Victorino held out with discomfort in left side
The Red Sox held Shane Victorino out of Tuesday's game against the Rays after the outfielder felt discomfort in his left side following Sunday's game against the Braves.
3/25/2014 | Sizemore's strong spring rolls on with first homer
For Tuesday's game against the Rays, Red Sox manager John Farrell penciled Grady Sizemore into the No. 5 spot for the first time this spring. The move definitely paid off. Sizemore hit a towering two-run home run over the Rays bullpen in the sixth inning that proved to be the difference in a 4-2 Red Sox win.
3/25/2014 | Heyward's long drive highlights Braves' rout
Ervin Santana went three innings and Jason Heyward hit a tape-measure home run to help power the Braves to a 12-3 win over the Tigers on Tuesday at Joker Marchant Stadium.
3/25/2014 | Newly acquired Harang in line to pitch home opener
Aaron Harang will be introduced to many of his new Braves teammates on Wednesday. Less than two weeks later, the veteran hurler will likely start Atlanta's home opener.
3/25/2014 | Gonzalez relishing opportunity in Detroit
Alex Gonzalez seemingly was nearing the end of his career when the Brewers released him last summer. He was a slick-fielding shortstop-turned-utility-infielder in his mid-30s, and he was struggling to stay healthy. But he didn't want it to end like that.
3/25/2014 | Long shot Wigginton doesn't crack Marlins' roster
A number of factors would have needed to fall in line for Ty Wigginton to make the Marlins. Not surprisingly, they didn't, so on Tuesday morning, the 36-year-old was released.
3/25/2014 | Bedard released, will explore other options
The Rays officially released Erik Bedard on Tuesday so that the left-hander could explore other options. "However, that does not preclude the potential for him to come back to us at some point," Rays manager Joe Maddon said.
3/25/2014 | Moore has mild soreness, on track to start Friday
Rays left-hander Matt Moore said he felt fine on Tuesday, a day after he had tests to check out whether he was medically OK. Moore had X-rays at a medical office in Port Charlotte on Monday afternoon. He has mild soreness, but managed a light workout Monday.
3/25/2014 | Darvish scratched from Opening Day start
Yu Darvish has been scratched from his Opening Day start and will likely begin the season on the disabled list. The Rangers have made no announcement as to who will replace Darvish on Monday when they open the season against the Phillies at Globe Life Park.
3/25/2014 | Opener brings Ibanez butterflies, memories of mentors
To Angels slugger Raul Ibanez, Opening Day not only symbolizes a new start, but also serves as a reminder of the hard work needed to get there.
3/25/2014 | Wandy, Marte and Tabata homer as Bucs rout Jays
Starling Marte had five hits and Jose Tabata collected four hits with a home run and the two combined for eight RBIs on a blustery Tuesday as the Bucs downed Toronto, 22-5, at McKechnie Field.
3/25/2014 | Nationals' Opening Day roster settling into shape
The Nationals took several steps toward settling their Opening Day roster on Tuesday with a flurry of moves before and after their game with the Mets, including the naming of rookie Aaron Barrett to the big league bullpen.
3/25/2014 | Mets purchase right to send Dice-K to Minors
The price of flexibility is $100,000. That's what the Mets paid Daisuke Matsuzaka on Tuesday to satisfy a contractual clause, thereby preserving their right to send him to the Minors.
3/25/2014 | Harvey, Mets officially come to terms on site of rehab
The Mets and Matt Harvey have officially come to an agreement regarding the location of his Tommy John rehab, according to GM Sandy Alderson.
3/25/2014 | Prep tourney in N.C. gives teams good look at top talent
When USA Baseball's 2014 National High School Invitational begins at the National Training Complex in Cary, N.C., on Wednesday and concludes with the championship game on Saturday, expect the stands to be filled with evaluators.
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