3/19/2014 | Beavan, Elias giving Mariners needed boost
The sun has begun to break through the gloom that has hung over the Seattle Mariners earlier this spring.
3/19/2014 | Confident Gibson making strong rotation case
With the race for the No. 5 spot in the Twins' starting rotation closing in on its final week, Kyle Gibson took strides to separate himself from the four-man field on Wednesday afternoon at Roger Dean Stadium.
3/19/2014 | Marcum focused on big picture in Indians' camp
Shaun Marcum came into camp this spring with hopes of competing for a spot in the Indians' Opening Day rotation. With less than two weeks remaining until the start of the season, that no longer seems like a realistic scenario.
3/19/2014 | Walker takes another step forward
Mariners right-hander Taijuan Walker threw a 40-pitch bullpen session Wednesday and began testing his shoulder with curveballs for the first time since being shut down for a week with bursitis earlier in Spring Training.
3/19/2014 | McClendon urges Hart to be patient with progress
Corey Hart is hitting just .129 (4-for-31) in his first 11 Cactus League games, but has said from the start of camp that he understands it's going to take time to regain his timing and he just needs to be ready by the regular season.
3/19/2014 | Old stomping ground brings McCann back
Brian McCann has closed the chapter on his career with the Braves, having focused all of his energy on getting ready for life in Yankees pinstripes, but Champion Stadium will always hold strong memories for the backstop.
3/19/2014 | Robertson not giving up big league dream
Nate Robertson is back where his career took off eight years ago on the 2006 American League championship team, now trying to see if he has enough left to get back to the big leagues one more time with the Tigers.
3/19/2014 | Choate hopes for similar results, but more work, in '14
He may stand out by age, but Randy Choate looks poised to fit into this Cardinals' bullpen even better than he did during his first season in St. Louis.
3/19/2014 | March Madness hits Indians' clubhouse
It's the middle of March, and that means the NCAA men's basketball tournament is about to be in full swing. Jeff Francoeur and Trevor Bauer are among Tribe players who recently filled out brackets.
3/19/2014 | Lyons optioned so he can be stretched out
Having determined that Tyler Lyons will be more valuable right now as a potential spot starter than as a reliever in the big league bullpen, the Cardinals optioned the left-hander to Triple-A Memphis on Wednesday.
3/19/2014 | Hart has no regrets since signing with Seattle
Corey Hart had hoped that his Brewers teammates would have made a much stronger emotional push to keep him and he ultimately felt wanted by the Mariners.
3/19/2014 | Porcello at work on the mound during off-day
While the Tigers enjoyed their lone off-day of the Grapefruit League schedule Wednesday, Rick Porcello was back on the mound in an an intrasquad game.
3/19/2014 | Cook progressing, but Opening Day status uncertain
Ryan Cook felt great after throwing 21 pitches to hitters on Wednesday, and the A's right-hander is finally nearing non-simulated game action.
3/19/2014 | Romero still standing as roster gets whittled down
Decision day is nearing for Mariners prospect Stefen Romero and the 25-year-old can't help but feel the anticipation building.
3/19/2014 | Tigers await answers on Iglesias, explore options
While trade winds began to build around the Tigers in their search for a fill-in at shortstop, the team did not yet have a definitive answer or a rehab timetable on their starting shortstop, Jose Iglesias.
3/19/2014 | Antony disappointed in roster competition
The Twins were hoping that competition would bring out the best in some of their players this Spring Training, but according to assistant general manager Rob Antony, that hasn't happened.
3/19/2014 | How soon will bright future emerge for Twins?
The Twins have prospects waiting in the wings, and they need them to step up as soon as possible.
3/19/2014 | Martinez bolsters rotation case with start vs. Twins
Rotation candidate Carlos Martinez allowed one run over 5 1/3 innings as the Cardinals beat the Twins, 3-1, on Wednesday at Roger Dean Stadium.
3/19/2014 | Cano returns after dealing with family matter
Robinson Cano said he stayed sharp while in the Dominican Republic by working out and hitting batting practice every day with his father, Jose Cano, a former pitcher.
3/19/2014 | Peralta goes six inings for win, also hits two-run blast
Logan Schafer, Khris Davis, Mark Reynolds and Juan Francisco each cleared the wall for the Brewers in the first four frames, with Reynolds and Francisco going back-to-back leading off the fourth.
3/19/2014 | Appel to make spring debut Friday
Astros right-hander Mark Appel, who's spent most of the spring recovering from an appendectomy performed in January, is scheduled to appear in a game for the first time this spring. That will happen Friday, likely in a Minor League game and not the Grapefruit League game against the Marlins.
3/19/2014 | G. Maddux to throw first pitch on Opening Day
The Rangers announced on Wednesday that Greg Maddux will throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day at Globe Life Park. The Hall of Famer's brother, Texas pitching coach Mike Maddux, will receive the throw.
3/19/2014 | Pitchers Bundy, Santana throw off rehab mound
Dylan Bundy and Johan Santana are each recovering from arm injuries, and their pitching sessions from a flat mound Wednesday were the "highlight" of O's manager Buck Showalter's day.
3/19/2014 | Mathisen switching from catching to hot corner
After an injury-plagued 2013 season during which Wyatt Mathisen struggled both at and behind the plate, the Pirates have decided to move the 2012 second-round pick to third base for the 2014 season.
3/19/2014 | Beckham could start baseball activities this weekend
If all goes according to plan, Gordon Beckham could start participating in baseball activities sometime this weekend.
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