3/30/2013 | Asdrubal returns to lineup for Tribe
Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was back in the starting lineup against the Reds on Saturday at Goodyear Ballpark in the last Spring Training game for both teams.
3/30/2013 | Quentin's focus shifts away from injured knee
Carlos Quentin has made significant progress with his surgically repaired knee, which is no longer as balky as it was in Arizona. On Friday, he played in this third game in as many days.
3/30/2013 | Padres officially tab Ross as fifth starter
The worst-kept secret of Padres camp became official on Friday when Padres manager Bud Black named Tyson Ross as the fifth starter in the rotation.
3/30/2013 | Porter leaning on Wright to lead young group
Manager Bo Porter is counting on Wesley Wright to be a leader in the Astros' bullpen. Wright, although only 28, is the longest-tenured player on the roster.
3/30/2013 | Leyland: Verlander's deal great for club, pitcher, fans
A day after the Tigers and ace Justin Verlander agreed to a record-breaking contract extension, Detroit manager Jim Leyland chimed in on the idea of having Verlander in a Tigers uniform for, potentially, his entire career.
3/30/2013 | Young relief corps could be key to Rangers' bullpen
Joe Nathan and Jason Frasor are the two veterans in the bullpen and the Rangers have an idea of what they can do. But manager Ron Washington admitted his bullpen's effectiveness could depend on how fast his young relievers grow up.
3/30/2013 | Gattis, Uggla turn on power against Future stars
Evan Gattis and Dan Uggla smacked two of the Braves' three homers, while Mike Minor logged four scoreless innings in a 10-0 win over their Future stars on Saturday in an exhibition contest at Trustmark Park in Pearl, Miss.
3/30/2013 | Moore solid as Rays knock three homers in spring finale
Rays lefty Matt Moore and Tigers right-hander Doug Fister didn't put up dazzling Spring Training numbers, but Saturday, both could say that they went into the regular season on a relatively high note, as the Rays tied the Tigers, 3-3, in both teams' final spring game
3/30/2013 | McLouth's two jacks back strong effort from Gonzalez
Consider Nate McLouth ready for Opening Day. The center fielder slugged a pair of home runs in the Orioles' 7-1 win over the Mets in the clubs' final Grapefruit League game on Saturday at Ed Smith Stadium.
3/30/2013 | Pearce edges Jackson for O's final roster spot
Conor Jackson termed it a heavyweight bout. On Saturday, Orioles manager Buck Showalter declared Steve Pearce victorious in the battle for the club's final roster spot. Jackson will head to Triple-A Norfolk.
3/30/2013 | Noonan wins spot on Giants roster
Nick Noonan, who had two hits and an RBI on Friday night, found out after the Giants' 3-1 victory that he had earned a spot on the Opening Day roster, his first after six years in the Minor Leagues.
3/30/2013 | Marte closing in on roster spot
The D-backs trimmed their roster further after Friday's game against the Reds, optioning outfielder Tony Campana and left-hander Joe Paterson to Triple-A Reno, while reassigning catcher Tuffy Gosewisch and right-hander Nelson Figueroa to Minor League camp.
3/30/2013 | Zito outduels Griffin as Giants top A's
Buster Posey, fresh off finalizing a $167 million extension, had a pair of hits, and Barry Zito allowed on run in 5 1/3 innings in his final exhibition appearance as the Giants defeated the A's, 3-1, on Friday night.
3/29/2013 | Giants reward Posey with $167M extension
The value to the Giants of former Rookie of the Year, defending MVP and two-time World Series champion Buster Posey was acknowledged Friday with a $167 million contract extension that will keep the catcher in San Francisco through at least 2021.
3/29/2013 | Ryu has sights set on Rookie of the Year Award
Dodgers starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu has high aspirations for his first season in the Major Leagues. The Korean hurler wants to be the National League Rookie of the Year.
3/29/2013 | Rangers rally after Ogando's sharp outing
The Rangers rallied from being down 3-0 and defeated the Padres, 5-4, before an announced 34,641 fans at the Alamodome on Friday night.
3/29/2013 | D-backs confirm Ross to open season on DL
In an expected move, D-backs manager Kirk Gibson confirmed Friday that outfielder Cody Ross will start the regular season on the disabled list.
3/29/2013 | Wilson announces 'Season of the Whiff'
Head & Shoulders and their new "Mane Man," Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson, announced their plans to team up with Old Spice to help inner-city baseball programs around the country.
3/29/2013 | Indians trade Jeroloman to Bucs for cash
The Indians traded catcher Brian Jeroloman to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday for cash considerations.
3/29/2013 | Nakajima likely heading to DL as A's finalize roster
Oakland manager Bob Melvin said Saturday it is "very likely" that shortstop Hiroyuki Nakajima will start the season on the disabled list as he recovers from a hamstring strain.
3/29/2013 | Scioscia excited about more than Halos' stars
In the past 16 months, the Angels have signed two bona fide superstars to nine-figure deals and seen another emerge from their farm system. So, Mike Scioscia's expectations for his club should be larger than ever. Right?
3/29/2013 | Colvin sent to Minors as Rockies set roster
The versatility of Jordan Pacheco, Eric Young Jr. and Jonathan Herrera, plus a rough spring offensively, added up to a surprise demotion to Triple-A for outfielder-first baseman Tyler Colvin, as the Rockies on Friday announced their 25-man active roster for Monday's season opener at Milwaukee.
3/29/2013 | Busch to host Man City, Chelsea match in May
Busch Stadium will host two of the most storied clubs in the English Premier League this spring, when Manchester City and Chelsea play in St. Louis at 7:30 p.m. CT on May 23.
3/29/2013 | Reds planning final roster cuts Saturday
The Reds spring roster remained heavy with 34 players on Friday, which means plenty of trimming must be done to reach the 25-man limit by Monday. Reds manager Dusty Baker said he hoped to have the final decisions on Saturday.
3/29/2013 | Murphy, Cruz enter season without extensions
The flurry of contract extensions that swept through baseball in the final days of Spring Training did not reach the Rangers. Outfielders David Murphy and Nelson Cruz are going into the season unsigned beyond this year.
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