3/23/2013 | Motte likely on DL with elbow strain
The Cardinals announced Saturday that closer Jason Motte would most likely begin the season on the disabled list after he was diagnosed with a mild flexor tendon strain. Mitchell Boggs will fill in for him.
3/23/2013 | Hendrickson back with O's after birth of daughter
Reliever Mark Hendrickson was back in the Orioles' clubhouse Saturday after leaving Wednesday for the birth of his third daughter, Sophia.
3/23/2013 | Mattingly no stranger to great expectations
After spending more than a decade in the Bronx under Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, Dodgers manager Don Mattinly has plenty of experience dealing with the kind of high expectations that are being placed on his team this season.
3/23/2013 | Johan unsure when he'll return to the mound
Johan Santana said Saturday that he has no idea when he'll be able to return to the mound, but he remains hopeful that left shoulder weakness won't sideline him for a large portion of the season.
3/23/2013 | Learning on the job, equable Matheny a hit in St. Louis
To take over for one of the game's most successful managers and to keep the Cardinals running smoothly was a terrific accomplishment. Mike Matheny was an unconventional choice to replace Tony La Russa, and he might have been a perfect choice, too.
3/23/2013 | Felix 'fantastic' in penultimate spring outing
As tuneups for the regular season go, the one turned in Friday night by Felix Hernandez was nothing short of brilliant, and it concluded with something the Mariners would like to see as often as possible in 2013: a standing ovation as he left the mound.
3/23/2013 | D-backs look to fill void left by Eaton's injury
With Adam Eaton out until at least the beginning of May, the D-backs began testing out their many outfield options on Friday, with just 10 days remaining until the season opener on April 1.
3/22/2013 | Reddick is day to day with sprained ankle
A's right fielder Josh Reddick left Friday night's Cactus League game against the White Sox at Phoenix Municipal Stadium in the third inning with a sprained left ankle.
3/22/2013 | Classic was a point of pride for Santana
The world was introduced to Carlos Santana during the Dominican Republic's recent run to the World Baseball Classic crown.
3/22/2013 | A's head toward Opening Day with rotation set
Behind Opening Night starter Brett Anderson against the Mariners at the O.co Coliseum on April 1, the A's starting pitching for the first week of the season seems to be set.
3/22/2013 | Smoak sizzling at the plate this spring
The numbers, even if they won't count once Opening Day hits, speak volumes about how comfortable Justin Smoak is at the plate this Spring Training.
3/22/2013 | White Sox think Crain can be ready for opener
The Opening Day door has not exactly been closed on veteran reliever Jesse Crain. Time is running out for the reliever to get ready by April 1, but the White Sox won't require a certain number of innings, so long as they see him perform..
3/22/2013 | Formal title of captain won't change Wright
Shortly after David Wright arrived in the clubhouse Friday morning, he began razzing Ike Davis over his choice of lunch -- yogurt with peanut butter. A few clubhouse attendants joined in the conversation, and before long, Wright had included half the room in the joke.
3/22/2013 | Brothers finding success with smoother delivery
A smoother delivery has helped hard-throwing Rockies left-hander Rex Brothers, who has thrown seven scoreless innings -- including a perfect fifth inning in Friday's 11-6 loss to the Giants at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
3/22/2013 | With no rotation assurance, Garland departs
The muddied picture of the back end of the Mariners' starting rotation cleared up a bit Friday afternoon when the club told veteran Jon Garland he wouldn't be among their five starters to begin the season.
3/22/2013 | Danks seizes opportunity created by Classic void
Jordan Danks didn't participate in the World Baseball Classic, but he may have benefited from the event more than any of the White Sox, as the young outfielder got plenty of Cactus League playing time while Chicago regulars Alejandro De Aza and Alex Rios were representing their respective countries.
3/22/2013 | Mets rally late after Niese's solid start vs. Fish
In the final stretch of Spring Training, the Marlins and Mets each threw their Opening Day starters on Friday. Both teams also got a feel for playing at night, performing in front of a crowd of 4,758 at Roger Dean Stadium.
3/22/2013 | Wang reportedly heading back to the Bronx
Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reported Friday night that the Yankees have agreed to terms on a Minor League deal with Chien-Ming Wang, who won 55 games for the Yankees in a four-year span from 2005-'08.
3/22/2013 | Volquez gets back to work with Padres
Pitcher Edinson Volquez didn't just return to Padres camp Friday after his World Baseball Classic stint with the Dominican Republic. He jumped right back into action.
3/22/2013 | Perez to pitch in Minor League game Saturday
Indians closer Chris Perez is moving one step closer to backing up his claim that he will be ready in time for Opening Day.
3/22/2013 | Corbin solid in bid for D-backs' rotation
Patrick Corbin continued his push for the fifth spot in the D-backs' rotation and Arizona took advantage of a pair of Cleveland errors, paving the way for a 7-5 Cactus League victory over the Indians on Friday night at Goodyear Ballpark.
3/22/2013 | Tepesch inching closer to fifth-starter's job
After allowing eight runs in five-plus innings against the Rockies on Friday, Rangers rookie pitcher Nick Tepesch offered a quick review of what appeared to be his toughest test of the spring.
3/22/2013 | Angels look to replace Torii's leadership by committee
Torii Hunter was a special type of player who could lead both on and off the field, and the Angels don't necessarily have one particular player who can do what he did for the team. They'll look to a number of players, including Josh Hamilton and Albert Pujols, to emerge as leaders in 2013.
3/22/2013 | Hanley undergoes surgery on injured thumb
Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez underwent surgery as planned Friday and the club reiterated he will be out eight weeks.
3/22/2013 | Torrealba notches three hits as Rox win slugfest
Wilin Rosario, getting a start at designated hitter in an American League park, hit a three-run home run off reliever Ben Rowen in the top of the sixth inning to lift the Rockies to a 14-9 victory over the Rangers at Surprise Stadium on Friday.
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