3/26/2013 | After rough outing, Bonderman must wait and see
Jeremy Bonderman gave up seven hits and six runs in a rough fifth inning as fatigue set in during the longest stint of his first Spring Training since 2010 with the Tigers.
3/26/2013 | Morse, Gutierrez keep Mariners going deep
Michael Morse and Franklin Gutierrez hit home runs in the seventh inning Tuesday as the Mariners continued rewriting the record book for homers this spring.
3/26/2013 | Cain finds focus in relaxed simulated game
Tuesday's simulated game felt like a neighborhood softball game, but the purpose of the exercise was serious -- to help Matt Cain prepare for his Opening Day start April 1 at Los Angeles.
3/26/2013 | Porter considering options for Opening Day lineup
When asked Tuesday if he's settled on an Opening Day lineup, Astros manager Bo Porter said he's still considering different options. In recent days, Porter has been keeping left-handed hitters in the lineup against left-handed pitchers to gauge their ability to hit southpaws.
3/26/2013 | Shortstop Greene released by Astros
The Astros released shortstop Tyler Greene on Tuesday, three days after he was told he wasn't going to make the club. If he clears waivers on Thursday, he will become an unrestricted free agent.
3/26/2013 | Soriano thinks fast start key in 2013
Last season, the Cubs opened with an 8-15 record. Alfonso Soriano doesn't want to see that again this year.
3/26/2013 | Underrated Giants remain the team to beat
The National League West title is the Giants to lose. As the defending World Series champs, that much has become clear through Spring Training, which is ending with each of their chief division rivals bruised and shorthanded.
3/26/2013 | Hayes bolsters backup catching chances
The competition for the Royals' backup catcher and backup infielder spots is still active, and Brett Hayes made a case for himself Tuesday, going 4-for-5.
3/26/2013 | Collins in rough stretch, but Yost unworried
Lefty Tim Collins gave up two solo home runs in one inning Tuesday, continuing an unpleasant stretch since returning to the Royals from the World Baseball Classic.
3/26/2013 | Foot pain could land Forsythe on disabled list
Infielder Logan Forsythe is a candidate to start the season on the disabled list after he suffered a setback with the plantar fasciitis in his right foot Tuesday.
3/26/2013 | Quentin feels good in return to Cactus action
Left fielder Carlos Quentin, appearing in his first Cactus League game since March 8, played four innings in the field and said his sore right knee responded well.
3/26/2013 | Gonzalez, Putnam won't make 25-man roster
Infielder Alberto Gonzalez and reliever Zach Putnam were told Tuesday that they will not make the Cubs' Opening Day roster, and the team is still monitoring the waiver wire to fill the final spots on the bench and in the bullpen.
3/26/2013 | Sveum among Cubs switching uniform numbers
When the regular season starts, some of the Cubs players will have new uniform numbers, including manager Dale Sveum.
3/26/2013 | Sveum happy to write Castro in at short 162 times
As far as Cubs manager Dale Sveum is concerned, you can write Starlin Castro's name in at shortstop for all 162 games this season.
3/26/2013 | Viciedo could move to infield in future
Dayan Viciedo has played third base, first base and right field at some point during his White Sox tenure and he could move back to first in the future, depending on the moves made with Paul Konerko and Adam Dunn.
3/26/2013 | Cashner continues making case for Padres' rotation
Pitcher Andrew Cashner is making it tough for the Padres to name a fifth starter. Cashner threw 72 pitches Tuesday, allowing two runs on three hits in four-plus innings against the Giants. He walked two and struck out four in his longest outing of the spring.
3/26/2013 | Nakajima sustains left hamstring strain
Just hours after announcing that Adam Rosales would start the season on the disabled list, the A's watched shortstop Hiroyuki Nakajima exit the 10th inning of a road game against the Indians with a left hamstring strain. He's considered day to day.
3/26/2013 | Veteran Gaudin claims roster spot with Giants
Chad Gaudin gained plenty of wisdom while pitching for eight Major League teams in a 10-season span. That savvy helped him join team No. 9. Gaudin made the Giants' Opening Day squad Tuesday as the club purchased his contract and added him to the 40-man roster.
3/26/2013 | Ryu gets nod to start second game of season
Hyun-Jin Ryu will start the second game of the season for the Dodgers, manager Don Mattingly confirmed Tuesday, with Chad Billingsley missing his first turn through the rotation because of his healing bruised index finger.
3/26/2013 | Toronto sends former ace Romero to Class A
The Blue Jays optioned left-hander Ricky Romero, the club's Opening Day starter a year ago, to Class A Advanced Dunedin of the Florida State League on Tuesday.
3/26/2013 | Hahn confident in club; Danks placed on DL
John Danks was officially placed on the disabled list on Tuesday, but White Sox general manager Rick Hahn believes the club has competent internal options to fill the void and has met it spring goals.
3/26/2013 | Dodgers option Gordon, hot-hitting Puig to Minors
The Dodgers optioned Cuban sensation Yasiel Puig to Double-A Chattanooga and Dee Gordon to Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday.
3/26/2013 | Gausman pleased with big league experience
If Tuesday was Orioles prospect Kevin Gausman's final spring game, the 22-year-old will leave his first Major League Spring Training with a lot of experience and a good impression on an organization that selected him as the fourth overall pick in last year's First-Year Player Draft.
3/26/2013 | Pending physical, Betancourt back with Brewers
Yuniesky Betancourt, the team's free-swinging starting shortstop in 2011, is a physical exam away from re-signing on a one-year Major League deal and breaking camp as the Brewers' utility infielder.
3/26/2013 | Hall begins Lifetime Achievement Award search
Nominations for the Buck O'Neil Lifetime Achievement Award are being accepted by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y.
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