3/28/2013 | Braves close Grapefruit slate behind solid Maholm
In their final Grapefruit League tuneup before the regular season commences, the Braves topped the Astros, 2-0, behind yet another stellar outing from southpaw Paul Maholm.
3/28/2013 | Rehabbing knee, LoMo hopes to be back in May
Logan Morrison, who will start the season on the disabled list while recovering from knee surgery, is hoping to be back with the Marlins sometime in May.
3/28/2013 | Peacock wins rotation battle as Astros set roster
Brad Peacock won his rotation battle vs. Alex White and was named the Astros' fourth starter on Thursday as the club set its roster for Opening Day.
3/28/2013 | Dodgers retooled roster with one objective in mind
The goal for the Dodgers under Guggenheim Partners ownership is simple: Win the World Series. Again, and again, and again.
3/28/2013 | Tigers option Rondon; no set closer to open '13
The Tigers, as expected, will begin the season without a set closer. However, that committee will not include Bruce Rondon, who was optioned to Triple-A Toledo on Thursday.
3/28/2013 | All schedules are not equal early in the season
The age-old adage says that division crowns aren't won or lost in April. While that may be true, the fact remains that games played in the first two months of the season ultimately carry the same weight as those played in September.
3/28/2013 | Six-hit night as good as it gets for Getz
On Wednesday night, second baseman Chris Getz went a perfect 6-for-6 that gives him a .450 average in Cactus League play.
3/28/2013 | Shields pleased with progress in final spring outing
After giving up nine runs on 11 hits in his previous start, James Shields took some corrective measures.
3/28/2013 | New biography details Greenberg's heroic impact
"Hank Greenberg: Hero of Heroes" does what it sets out to do: Making clear that Hank Greenberg, in overcoming prejudice, became not only an important figure in baseball, but in American society.
3/27/2013 | Twins expand concessions at Target Field
The Twins, along with partner Delaware North Companies Sportservice, announced on Thursday the addition of new concessions available at Target Field for the 2013 season.
3/27/2013 | Prospect Correa happy with first spring as pro
Davenport, Iowa, is a long way from Puerto Rico, but that appears to be where 2012 No. 1 overall Draft pick Carlos Correa will begin the season with the Astros' Class A team in Quad Cities.
3/27/2013 | Gonzalez has strong chance to be long man
Edgar Gonzalez drove more than 2,200 miles to Kissimmee from Hermosillo, Mexico, for Spring Training, and he hopes to be able to be in Houston when the season begins on Sunday night.
3/27/2013 | Ryan pitching in to help Twins return to contention
As Terry Ryan begins his second season back in the saddle, there have been significant changes in a relatively short amount of time. Whether those changes get the Twins back in contention in 2013 is impossible to know, but there's little question that Ryan is on his way to working his magic again.
3/27/2013 | Falu sent to Triple-A in latest round of roster cuts
Elliot Johnson and Miguel Tejada will be the Royals' backup infielders when the season opens Monday at Chicago.
3/27/2013 | McCarver, a great voice for baseball, will be missed
In my 5 1/2; decades of obsessive baseball monitoring, I've reached these conclusions about the guys in the booth -- Vin Scully is the most entertaining/knowledgeable color or play-by-play man, and Tim McCarver is No. 2, not far behind.
3/27/2013 | Sveum better prepared for Year 2 with Cubs
Last year, Dale Sveum was featured in an ad campaign titled "Baseball is Better," which was a phrase Theo Epstein used at his introductory news conference as president of baseball operations for the Cubs.
3/27/2013 | Noonan looking good in quest for utility role
Rookie Nick Noonan continued to strengthen his bid for the Giants' utility infield vacancy Wednesday, going 3-for-4 in an 8-6 triumph over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
3/27/2013 | Sveum praises Marmol as spring winds down
Cubs manager Dale Sveum wasn't too upset after Carlos Marmol's rough outing Tuesday night against the Reds.
3/27/2013 | Turner exits game with strained left calf
Yet another injury struck the Mets on Wednesday, when Justin Turner left in the fourth inning of a game against the Astros with a strained left calf.
3/27/2013 | Black says roster will likely be set during weekend
Although manager Bud Black indicated that the Padres would not set their roster until the weekend, the team appears to have a very good idea who will make the 25-man roster.
3/27/2013 | Wedge ejected during Felix's final start
Eric Wedge managed a new first in the last home game of the Cactus League schedule on Wednesday, getting ejected by home plate umpire Seth Buckminster in the sixth inning of a 10-7 victory over the Dodgers after coming out of the dugout to defend starter Felix Hernandez.
3/27/2013 | Mariners await Bonderman's decision
The Mariners re-assigned pitcher Jeremy Bonderman to their Minor League camp on Wednesday and now will wait to see whether the veteran right-hander accepts that decision or retires from the game.
3/27/2013 | Sandoval close to returning to game action
The latest news regarding switch-hitting third baseman Pablo Sandoval continued to be upbeat. Head athletic trainer Dave Groeschner reported Wednesday that Sandoval, recovering from an injured right elbow, swung from both sides of the plate and played catch at about a 75-foot distance.
3/27/2013 | Chacin's Opening Day tuneup doesn't go as planned
Rockies right-hander Jhoulys Chacin tuned up for his Opening Day start on Monday against the Brewers at Miller Park by squandering two leads to a bevy of A's Minor Leaguers in a 6-5 loss on Wednesday at Phoenix Municipal Stadium.
3/27/2013 | Toronto gives extension to new No. 5 starter Happ
One day after officially being named to the Blue Jays' starting rotation, left-hander J.A. Happ inked a two-year, $8.9 million extension, superseding his original deal agreed upon in January.
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