3/19/2014 | Wolf's long journey back is almost complete
Randy Wolf isn't acting like a man who is firmly on the Mariners' bubble right now, and there's good reason.
3/19/2014 | Hurdle uses first challenge vs. Red Sox
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle on Wednesday night used the new replay system for the first time, challenging an inning-ending out at second base against Boston that was upheld.
3/19/2014 | Correa feels OK after HBP, will have X-ray on hand
Top Astros prospect Carlos Correa, who was hit on top of the left hand by a pitch in the eighth inning of Wednesday night's 2-0 win against the Nationals at Space Coast Stadium, said he will undergo an X-ray on Thursday.
3/19/2014 | Abreu adjusting to Major Leagues, new country
Jose Abreu looked up from his locker in the clubhouse at Camelback Ranch with a puzzled expression on his face and glanced at the bulletin board.
3/19/2014 | Healthy Peavy 'amped up' in early going
When Jake Peavy feels so good in his second start of Spring Training that he is consciously telling himself he has to hold back, this is a positive sign. More than anything, it is a sign that Peavy's right shoulder feels stronger than it has in years.
3/19/2014 | Decision on Duffy, Majors or Minors, remains
The Royals are debating whether to have Danny Duffy stay in the Majors as a reliever or head to the Minors, where he would start.
3/19/2014 | Sky's the limit for Ventura, but not innings
Manager Ned Yost said Royals 22-year-old pitcher Yordano Ventura will not have an innings limit the season.
3/19/2014 | After rise, Sanchez's next step: uncertainty
Prospect Tony Sanchez's role with the Pirates is suddenly up in the air after backup catcher Chris Stewart had surgery on his right knee Wednesday that could keep him out four to six weeks.
3/19/2014 | Olt slated to test shoulder at third base in game
Mike Olt, limited to first base and designated-hitter duties because of a tender right shoulder, is expected to make his first start at third base Thursday. Whether he has enough time to convince the Cubs he should be on the Opening Day roster is still to be determined.
3/19/2014 | Castro hoping to see action in Minors games soon
Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro, sidelined since March 2 with a strained right hamstring, said he can make up for missed time by getting at-bats in Minor League games. But Castro has yet to be given the go-ahead to play.
3/19/2014 | Cubs launch website for Wrigley milestone
The Cubs have created WrigleyField100.com to honor 100 years of history at the ballpark and share the team's season-long plans to celebrate the milestone.
3/19/2014 | Trout, Angels rev up offense in win over White Sox
The Angels unveiled what is expected to be their everyday lineup for the regular season for the first time this spring on Tuesday.
3/19/2014 | Brewers' bench plan coming into focus
In the process of tabbing Mark Reynolds for a rare start in right field on Wednesday, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke all but spelled out the Brewers' plan for composing a 25-man Opening Day roster.
3/19/2014 | Wang to continue bullpen bid with start vs. Rox
Rule 5 Draft pick Wei-Chung Wang, 21, has yet to walk a batter or allow an earned run in four Cactus League appearances spanning 8 1/3 innings. The Brewers view him as a starting pitching prospect.
3/19/2014 | Wandy strong over four; Ishikawa ignites bats
The Pirates got a strong performance from lefty Wandy Rodriguez, and Travis Ishikawa homered in Wednesday night's 4-2 victory over the Red Sox.
3/19/2014 | Seeking defense, Lambo loses offensive pop
Andrew Lambo entered Spring Training knowing he had a very real opportunity to land a platoon gig alongside Gaby Sanchez at first base, but not much has gone right in his quest.
3/19/2014 | Strasburg selected for third straight Opening Day start
Right-hander Stephen Strasburg will be the Nationals' Opening Day starter against the Mets on March 31 at Citi Field, manager Matt Williams announced Wednesday night.
3/19/2014 | Versatile Elmore fitting in with A's
Since being acquired by the A's, the versatile Jake Elmore is 12-for-39 (.308) with a .400 on-base percentage in 18 spring games and has also sported a slick glove at third base and the middle-infield positions.
3/19/2014 | Misstep aside, Latos makes positive return to mound
Following elbow surgery in October and knee surgery in February, Mat Latos pitched for the first time in a game on Wednesday. And, despite a minor ankle mishap, the right-hander and Reds manager Bryan Price both liked what they saw.
3/19/2014 | After 'outstanding' start, Cosart praised by Porter
Astros right-hander Jarred Cosart, fresh off an eye-opening outing against the Nationals in which he retired all 15 batters he faced, was leaving Space Coast Stadium on Wednesday night when Bo Porter reached out to shake his hand. "You were decent," Houston's manager said with a smile. "I'll let you know when you're good."
3/19/2014 | Headley tests injured calf with game at-bats
Padres third baseman Chase Headley spent the club's off-day on Wednesday testing his right calf with multiple at-bats in Minor League games.
3/19/2014 | Red Sox have more to see from Sizemore
The next two weeks will be critical for the Red Sox in determining whether Grady Sizemore is physically able to break camp as the starting center fielder.
3/19/2014 | Bucs' Stewart has surgery on right knee
With Chris Stewart out for the start of the regular season, it remained unclear who would handle the backup catching duties for the Pirates.
3/19/2014 | Martinez keeps pace with Kelly in rotation battle
After Joe Kelly pitched a team-best 5 1/3 innings in his start over the weekend, Carlos Martinez matched him with a start of that length on Wednesday. Within the next 10 days, one of the two will be put into the Cardinals' rotation; the other will learn that he is to open the season in the bullpen.
3/19/2014 | A's spring offensive outburst to erase early deficit
The A's used an outburst of offense to force an early exit from Cleveland right-hander Carlos Carrasco in a 13-3 victory over the Indians at Goodyear Ballpark on Wednesday.
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