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3/13/2014 | Cano continues tear with two hits, two RBIs

Robinson Cano may be a five-time All-Star who just signed a $240 million deal with the Mariners, but Seattle's new second baseman isn't taking anything for granted this spring despite his hot start at the plate.


3/13/2014 | A's offer peek at plans for next spring home

State-of-the-art training and workout facilities, a spacious home clubhouse and a distinctively branded complex await the A's next year. The club will move to an upgraded Hohokam Park for Spring Training in 2015.


3/13/2014 | Lindstrom looking to pitch in games next week

White Sox reliever Matt Lindstrom has yet to pitch in a Cactus League contest after being scratched from the opening game because of a left oblique strain. But he's getting closer.


3/13/2014 | Hosmer goes to opposite field with success

First baseman Eric Hosmer saw a good sign in his two opposite-field extra-base hits on Thursday.


3/13/2014 | K-Rod still sidelined from garden misstep

After stepping on cactus, Francisco Rodriguez, who was already behind the other pitchers because he signed so late in the offseason, vowed to be ready for Opening Day.


3/13/2014 | Opening Day set, but rest of rotation in flux

Yovani Gallardo will start Opening Day for the Brewers and Kyle Lohse gets Game No. 2. After that, manager Ron Roenicke is still mulling his options.


3/13/2014 | Roenicke: No worries about Garza

Brewers manager Ron Roenicke assured Thursday that Matt Garza is healthy, and said the club isn't concerned about the right-hander's slow spring start.


3/13/2014 | Royals sign veteran hurler Tomko to Minors deal

Never too old. That's Brett Tomko's hope after the 40-year-old right-hander signed a Minor League contract with the Royals on Thursday.


3/13/2014 | Johnson happy with slider in Thursday's start

On Thursday against the Brewers, Josh Johnson tested out his slider, which has been a plus pitch for him at times during his career.


3/13/2014 | Trout helps give Angels upper hand over White Sox

The Angels piled on six runs in the second inning to ease past the White Sox, 8-6, on Thursday in Cactus League action. Mike Trout had three hits, including a triple, and scored twice to ignite the early outpouring.


3/13/2014 | Simon bounces back against Dodgers

Stating his case that he can be a starter for the Reds, Alfredo Simon tossed 4 1/3 solid frames on Thursday in an 8-2 win against the Dodgers, allowing a run on five hits while striking out three and bouncing back from a disappointing start in his last time out.


3/13/2014 | Price aiming to follow lead of successful skippers

The rocky road for former pitching coaches to become Major League managers has been smoothed and paved recently by the likes of Boston's John Farrell and San Diego's Bud Black. Not only is the Reds' Bryan Price a former pitcher, but he faces the double whammy of being a skipper without any big league playing experience.


3/13/2014 | Heisey, Frazier take Dodgers deep

Dodgers starter Paul Maholm lasted only 2 2/3 innings, allowing home runs by Todd Frazier and Chris Heisey among his six hits, as the Reds rolled to an 8-2 victory on Thursday at Camelback Ranch.


3/13/2014 | White Sox seeing bullpen depth in Winiarski, Cleto

Relievers Cody Winiarski and Maikel Cleto have emerged as a pair of frequently seen Spring Training surprises, impressing scouts and White Sox brass alike.


3/13/2014 | Tigers have some glitches in first use of replay

The Tigers had their first tryout of baseball's new replay challenge system Thursday with mixed results, not from the replay but from their system to decide whether to challenge.


3/13/2014 | Profar's progress slowed by removal of wisdom teeth

The Rangers were close to having their Opening Day lineup together for the first time in Spring Training on Thursday, but that will be delayed further because of second baseman Jurickson Profar's wisdom teeth.


3/13/2014 | Rowland-Smith excited for busy week in Australia

Ryan Rowland-Smith figures to be a busy man next week both on and off the field. The Australian-born left-hander will pitch for Team Australia on Thursday against the Dodgers, and then Friday he will pitch for the D-backs against Team Australia. Those two exhibition games will take place just before the D-backs and Dodgers open the regular season March 22-23 in Sydney, Australia.


3/13/2014 | Cards option top prospect Taveras in latest cuts

Top prospect Oscar Taveras, whose health never allowed him to make the impression he wanted this spring, was optioned to Triple-A on Thursday afternoon along with right-hander Eric Fornataro and catcher Audry Perez. This latest round of cuts leaves the Cardinals with 46 players remaining in Major League camp.


3/13/2014 | Dodgers embracing favorites' role for '14 season

The Los Angeles Dodgers have a record-setting payroll. Their roster is seasoned with All-Star players. And the expectations are high. First baseman Adrian Gonzalez wouldn't have it any other way.


3/13/2014 | Kelly could play his way into increased role

Don Kelly spent years of his Tigers tenure with the reputation as a Jim Leyland favorite. It's a new era of leadership in Detroit these days, but Kelly seems to be making some of the same impressions on new manager Brad Ausmus.


3/13/2014 | With Iglesias out, Suarez impressing at short

While Jose Iglesias tries to work through the stress reaction in his shins that has now cost him two weeks of Spring Training action, the Tigers have had to fill the hole at shortstop in their games. One player's setback becomes another player's opportunity. Eugenio Suarez is one of the beneficiaries of that opportunity.


3/13/2014 | Kemp, Puig take hacks in intrasquad game

Dodgers outfielders Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig, one rehabbing his ankle and the other working on his bat, played in a Minor League intrasquad game on Thursday at Camelback Ranch.


3/13/2014 | Healthy again, Peavy incorporates splitter

Red Sox right-hander Jake Peavy is so awed by Koji Uehara's splitter that he sees no reason not to add it to his own arsenal. And in his Grapefruit League debut, during Boston's 4-3 win over Minnesota, Peavy started integrating his newest toy on a day he allowed two hits and a run over three-plus innings.


3/13/2014 | Farrell tests replay challenge system

When the Twins' Darin Mastroianni narrowly reached on an infield hit with two outs in the sixth inning of Boston's 4-3 win over Minnesota on Thursday, it was the perfect opportunity for Red Sox manager John Farrell to test the new instant replay system.


3/13/2014 | Soriano, Detwiler take steps forward in latest outings

Nationals pitchers Ross Detwiler and Rafael Soriano both took positive steps during Thursday afternoon's 7-5 loss to the Mets at Space Coast Stadium.




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