3/23/2014 | Minor, Floyd gearing up for series of starts
As the Braves are ending their exhibition season near the end of this week, Mike Minor and Gavin Floyd will begin making a stretch of starts that positions both to join Atlanta's starting rotation during April's fourth week.
3/23/2014 | Different feeling has Ackley confident, ready for season
The Dustin Ackley the Mariners have seen this spring is the one they thought they were drafting No. 2 overall in 2009. Ackley is hitting at a high clip, finding the gaps, getting on base and even driving in a few runs.
3/23/2014 | Donaldson, Cespedes homer before A's fall to Mariners
Josh Lindblom took a no-hitter into the fifth inning for the A's, and Josh Donaldson, Derek Norris and Yoenis Cespedes each homered before Seattle's comeback in the final frame of a 6-4 loss to the Mariners on Sunday.
3/23/2014 | Lake's three homers lead way in Cubs' win over A's
Junior Lake and Luis Valbuena hit back-to-back home runs in the sixth and ninth innings, while Lake added a two-run blast in the seventh Sunday to power the Cubs to a 10-6 victory over the split-squad Athletics.
3/23/2014 | Machado won't be ready for Opening Day
Orioles manager Buck Showalter did away with the deadline that had been on Manny Machado's mind, saying Sunday that Baltimore's All-Star third baseman will not be ready for Opening Day.
3/23/2014 | Pineda could be a difference-maker for Yankees
Michael Pineda has had better days this spring. But if this is what he can do when he is not especially on, then you can see why he was an All-Star his rookie season with the Mariners and why he has been one of the best surprises in the Grapefruit League for the Yankees.
3/23/2014 | Non-roster invitee Bernadina makes impact in camp
The Reds already had five outfielders on the 40-man roster going into camp and Roger Bernadina was originally viewed a potential long shot.
3/23/2014 | Reyes out of lineup due to tight left hamstring
Shortstop Jose Reyes was held out of the Blue Jays' lineup on Sunday afternoon as he remains day to day with a tight left hamstring.
3/23/2014 | Young hurlers options for JJ's spot in Friars' rotation
Robbie Erlin and Matt Wisler have emerged as the two leading candidates -- and maybe the two candidates, period -- to replace Josh Johnson in the Padres' starting rotation.
3/23/2014 | Garcia has impressive start as Braves down Mets
B.J. Upton notched his fifth multihit performance of the spring and Freddy Garcia seemingly solidified his spot in Atlanta's starting rotation while helping the Braves claim a 4-1 win over the Mets on Sunday afternoon at Champion Stadium.
3/23/2014 | Major Leaguers serve up drinks for charity
Several Major Leaguers took a break from the trials and tribulations of Spring Training to give back to the community and join Baseball Prospectus, Issues Concerning Athletes and MiCamp Merchant Services at the fourth annual Celebrity Bartending Night at American Junkie in Scottsdale, Ariz., benefiting Amyloidosis Support Groups on Saturday night.
3/23/2014 | Rangers unsure when Yu can return to hill
Yu Darvish is still scheduled to pitch for the Rangers on Opening Day. The Rangers just aren't sure how much throwing he'll be able to do before then.
3/23/2014 | Arenado participates in fielding activities
X-rays confirmed that there was no break for Nolan Arenado. Arenado's status is officially day to day, but said he had full mobility, and he participated in fielding activities on Sunday but did not hit.
3/23/2014 | Crane envisions big step up for Astros
Owner Jim Crane met with reporters for about 15 minutes in the press box at Roger Dean Stadium prior to the game between the Astros and Cardinals and spoke on a wide variety of topics, including the television deal with Comcast, Spring Training site relocation and expectations for 2014.
3/23/2014 | Garza turns in six sharp innings, allowing one run
Matt Garza pitched six quality innings and the Brewers backed him with plenty of early offense, beating the Reds on Sunday.
3/23/2014 | Leake struggles, giving up eight runs in four innings
Mike Leake was charged with eight runs, seven earned, in his first loss of the spring Sunday. Most of the damage came in the second inning, when Milwaukee sent nine men to the plate and scored six runs.
3/23/2014 | Harang out of running for Indians' rotation spot
The Indians are one step closer to revealing their choice for the final spot in the rotation. After a lengthy meeting on Sunday morning, the club informed veteran Aaron Harang that he would not be on the Opening Day roster.
3/23/2014 | Moore avoids scare on comebacker to mouth
Rays left-hander Matt Moore left Sunday's game against the Red Sox after being struck in the mouth by a comebacker off the bat of Xander Bogaerts. Moore received stitches for a laceration on his lip in the clubhouse and no concussion symptoms were detected.
3/23/2014 | Pujols helps Halos extend spring win streak
Albert Pujols hit an RBI triple and made a nice defensive stop, while Josh Hamilton aided the Halos' 5-2 victory over the Indians with a pair of RBIs on Sunday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
3/23/2014 | While competing for roster spot, Ozuna sustains cramp
Marcell Ozuna, who is battling Jake Marisnick for the Marlins' center field job this spring, left the game against the Tigers in the fifth inning Sunday because of a cramp in his left leg.
3/23/2014 | White Sox trim Major League camp to 33 players
The White Sox made five roster moves on Sunday morning to reduce their total in camp to 33 players. In the process, they gave sharper focus to the few remaining position battles for the 25-man active roster.
3/23/2014 | Gentry and Cook will begin season on DL for A's
A's manager Bob Melvin announced Sunday that outfielder Craig Gentry and righty reliever Ryan Cook will begin the season on the disabled list. Both players are expected to be ready to be activated on April 4.
3/23/2014 | Nationals get call overturned, then score a run
Nationals manager Matt Williams decided to take advantage of instant replay twice on Sunday afternoon, and he was able to get one of the calls reversed in a 3-1 loss to the Mets.
3/23/2014 | Promising catcher Butler among latest cuts
The Red Sox made their latest batch of cuts Sunday, optioning catcher Dan Butler to Triple-A Pawtucket and reassigning pitchers Rich Hill, Dalier Hinojosa and John Ely to Minor League camp.
3/23/2014 | Offense erupts against Red Sox; Moore exits early
The Rays appeared to avoid an injury scare to starter Matt Moore, and their bats roughed up Red Sox starter Felix Doubront in a 9-2 victory Sunday.
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