3/2/2013 | Yost happy with Guthrie's first spring outing
When Jeremy Guthrie became the last of the Royals rotation's front four to make a start in Spring Training, he did something that Wade Davis, James Shields and Ervin Santana did not do.
3/2/2013 | Watkins proves he can stomach Cubs' tests
Logan Watkins may never eat guacamole again, but at least he's tried it. Just don't ask the Cubs infielder to eat plain oatmeal or blueberry pie again.
3/2/2013 | Castro's MRI reveals inflamed left hamstring
Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro underwent an MRI Friday on his left hamstring, which showed mild inflammation, and he was not expected back in action until mid-next week.
3/2/2013 | Sveum: Garza 'long shot' to be ready for first series
Matt Garza, who has been sidelined since Feb. 17 with a strained left lat, played catch for the second time since he was injured, and could be back on the mound in a week. But Cubs manager Dale Sveum said the right-hander most likely will not be ready for the opening series of the regular season.
3/2/2013 | Unselfish Villanueva focused on doing his part
While Matt Garza and Scott Baker continue their rehabs, Carlos Villanueva just keeps on pitching and hopes his unselfish attitude is contagious.
3/2/2013 | Blanco's two-run triple helps Giants top Cubs
A Giants split-squad put together a four-run fourth inning to help lift San Francisco to a 9-7 victory over the Cubs on Saturday at Scottsdale Stadium.
3/2/2013 | Cuba kicks off its Classic quest against Brazil
Cuba has enjoyed a wealth of baseball success on the global level, but the nation has yet to add a World Baseball Classic title to its trophy case. Manager Victor Mesa and his team hope to take the first step toward remedying that when they face Brazil on Sunday.
3/2/2013 | Groin strain has Gallardo in doubt for Classic
Right-hander Yovani Gallardo was scratched from a Sunday start against the Cubs with a minor groin strain that could impact his availability for the World Baseball Classic, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said.
3/2/2013 | Roberts enjoying return to normalcy
Second baseman Brian Roberts has been a fixture in the Orioles' clubhouse this spring, laughing and joking around with teammates while avoiding the seemingly endless daily health updates that previously made the veteran a scarce figure and his every batting practice a major media event.
3/2/2013 | Lincecum scratched from start with blister issue
Tim Lincecum was scratched from his second Cactus League start Saturday because of blister issues.
3/2/2013 | Felix to throw live BP Sunday, start Thursday
Felix Hernandez will throw a live batting practice session Sunday, and he's scheduled to pitch in his first Spring Training game Thursday.
3/2/2013 | Quintana's three shutout innings lead White Sox
Jose Quintana sailed through three perfect innings and prospects Jared Mitchell and Conor Gillaspie homered to help lead the White Sox past the Reds, 4-0, on Saturday in Cactus League action.
3/2/2013 | Reyes, Bonifacio power Blue Jays past Phillies
Jose Reyes homered for the first time this spring and drove in three runs as the Blue Jays jumped all over the Phillies en route to an 11-6 victory on a windy Saturday afternoon at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium.
3/2/2013 | Nova sharp, Stewart homers in win over Tigers
Chris Stewart hit a two-run homer, Ivan Nova turned in a sharp first start of the year and the Yankees snapped their seven-game Spring Training skid, posting a 10-3 victory over the Tigers on Saturday at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
3/2/2013 | Gomez acknowledges room to improve
"I know I have to be better," said jeanmar Gomez, who surrendered three walks, three hits and four runs on Saturday.
3/2/2013 | Lack of sleep comes with territory for Hurdle
Any baseball game has the potential to become a yawner, though some have more potential than others. So it was on Saturday, when the Pirates played the Tigers 120 miles north of their home in Bradenton. Clint Hurdle didn't sleep during the bus ride -- and he had arrived at the Pirates' complex at 5:45 a.m. ET.
3/2/2013 | Mesa decides to forgo World Baseball Classic
Sensing a chance to crack the Opening Day outfield, prospect Melky Mesa has declined to participate in the World Baseball Classic.
3/2/2013 | Nova proves a point with sharp outing vs. Tigers
Ivan Nova's confidence may have been dented when his second-half struggles prompted the Yankees to leave him off the postseason roster, but the right-hander aims to prove a point this spring.
3/2/2013 | Yanks send nine to Minor League camp
After Saturday's game, the Yankees sent nine players to Minor League camp.
3/2/2013 | Dutch, Chinese Taipei take bats into clash
Fresh off wins in their respective World Baseball Classic openers, Chinese Taipei and the Kingdom of the Netherlands will likely rely on their big boppers when they square off at 1:30 ET Sunday on MLB Network and ESPN Deportes.
3/2/2013 | Dutch blank powerful Koreans in early upset
After upending the Cubans in 2009, the Kingdom of the Netherlands added another upset to its World Baseball Classic resume by shutting down the Koreans, 5-0, in the opener for both clubs.
3/2/2013 | Wang leads Chinese Taipei to victory in Classic opener
Six shutout innings from Chien-Ming Wang and timely hits from sluggers Cheng-Min Peng and Chih-Sheng Lin helped Chinese Taipei to a comfortable 4-1 win against Australia in the 2013 World Baseball on Saturday.
3/2/2013 | First day of Astros Classic ends with Cougars win
The Houston Cougars almost gave this one away. After a Cougars fielding error loaded the bases for Texas A&M in the bottom of the ninth with two outs in a one-run game, Chase Wellbrock struck out Troy Stein swinging to end the game. The preserved a 7-6 Houston victory in the third and final game on Friday, the first of three days of the Astros Foundation College Classic.
3/1/2013 | Farrell already sees a difference in Lester
It is only two Grapefruit League starts, but Red Sox manager John Farrell already sees signs that ace Jon Lester is positioning himself for a bounce-back season.
3/1/2013 | Napoli gets tested right out of chute in debut
The way Mike Napoli's Grapefruit League season started on Friday night was almost comical. For all the attention paid to Napoli's move to first base, not to mention his hip condition, it was only fitting that the very first pitch of the game presented him with a test.
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