3/25/2012 | Friedman says Bush won't play for Rays
Rays executive vice president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said on Sunday that former No. 1 pick Matt Bush will not play for the Rays in the future.
3/25/2012 | D'backs' prospect Miley impressing with baseball smarts
Given the loose, up-beat vibe surrounding the Arizona Diamondbacks these days, walking into a quiet clubhouse at Salt River Fields is a bit of a rarity -- especially when left-handed pitcher Wade Miley is posted at his locker.
3/25/2012 | Ventura in no hurry to name key roles for White Sox
There are eight days to go before the White Sox break camp this spring and new manager Robin Ventura said after the game on Sunday that he doesn't have an Opening Day starter or a closer yet.
3/25/2012 | Arias provides Giants with versatility on infield
Joaquin Arias, who was signed to a Minor League contract after eight years in the Rangers organization, has been a steady presence in the Giants' infield.
3/25/2012 | Kershaw battles inconsistent slider
Clayton Kershaw taken deep by a left-handed hitter in Spring Training? It happened only three times during his National League Cy Young Award season of 2011, but new Brewers outfielder Norichika Aoki launched a fastball over the 400-foot sign Sunday off Kershaw
3/25/2012 | Yost faces off against his son in spring game
One of Ned Yost's sons, Ned Yost IV, is a Minor League coach in the Milwaukee Brewers' organization, and he was coaching at first base for their split squad on Sunday.
3/25/2012 | Cespedes rests in A's final Japan exhibition
As anticipated, Yoenis Cespedes was held out of Monday's exhibition game against the Hanshin Tigers after departing Sunday night's contest because of cramps in his quadriceps.
3/25/2012 | Pleskoff: Exciting young talent in Colorado
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is the beautiful, state-of-the-art Spring Training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies. This spring, the facility has been filled to the brim with fans soaking in baseball and sunshine on beautiful March days.
3/24/2012 | Giants' Vogelsong likely to begin season on DL
Ryan Vogelsong appeared in his first spring game on Friday, a Minor League contest against the A's. Though he is on track again after straining his back in early February, it looks likely that he'll start the season on the disabled list in order to build up stamina and join the rotation in mid-April.
3/24/2012 | Fearless Posey passes test behind the plate
Buster Posey had his first big test behind the plate Friday night, taking a throw from center fielder Angel Pagan and making a close play at the plate as the Rangers' Mitch Moreland came around to score in the fifth on Elvis Andrus' RBI single.
3/24/2012 | Back in force: Kendrys homers in 2nd game
In just his second game in almost two years, Kendrys Morales homered for the Angels in their split-squad win over the Indians on Friday night.
3/24/2012 | Pierzynski's inside-the-parker lifts White Sox
White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski provided one of the more exciting Cactus League moments in recent memory with an unlikely inside-the-park home run in a 6-3 win over the D-backs on Friday night.
3/24/2012 | Padres' Volquez sharp against former club
San Diego pitcher Edinson Volquez had his best outing of the spring, allowing two runs on two hits in 5 2/3 innings, as the Padres defeated the Reds, 5-2, in a Cactus League game at the Peoria Sports Complex.
3/24/2012 | Kendrys' first homer important in many ways
Kendrys Morales homered against the Indians on Friday night, his first since that ill-fated home-run trot almost two years ago. "I felt pretty good mentally," the Angels DH said. "I feel like it lifted my spirits a little bit."
3/24/2012 | Andrus helps Rangers cruise past Giants
Elvis Andrus' fifth-inning single continued his hot spring as the Rangers beat the Giants, 4-1, on Friday in Scottsdale, Ariz.
3/24/2012 | Giants' Bumgarner rounding into form
Madison Bumgarner has looked remarkably ready for the season over his last two starts. He had a stretch of nine scoreless innings with six hits and two walks, spanning from his Sunday start against the Padres through the first four innings of his Friday night outing against the Rangers. The left-hander finally yielded a run in the fifth frame.
3/24/2012 | Bidders for Dodgers reportedly down to three
The bidders for the Dodgers and Dodger Stadium have been trimmed to three, according to reports by Bloomberg and the Los Angeles Times.
3/24/2012 | Ichiro used to being center of attention in Japan
Ichiro's popularity has spanned the Pacific Ocean since his first day in the Major Leagues 11 years ago. Now, the 10-time All-Star returns to Japan to play his first game in his home country in a Mariners uniform.
3/24/2012 | A's playing role of big league ambassadors
The A's have enjoyed Japan's warm welcome before their first workout on Saturday in Japan.
3/24/2012 | Astros' Escalona to have elbow surgery
Astros reliever Sergio Escalona will have Tommy John surgery next week in Houston to repair a torn ligament in his left elbow. He'll be sidelined for the 2012 season.
3/24/2012 | A's touring party takes in sights of Japan
Guests, officials and others traveling with the A's received a unique look at Japan.
3/24/2012 | Justice: Short-handed Phillies still a contender
Charlie Manuel is talking small ball. Taking the extra base. Bunting. Swiping a bag here and there. Oh, Charlie, has it really come to this?
3/24/2012 | Mariners signatures a hot commodity among fans
Mariners players have been an instant hit in Japan, where autograph-seekers line the streets to get close to the big league stars.
3/24/2012 | Chipper will start year on DL after knee surgery
Chipper Jones will begin the final season of his career on the disabled list because of an injury he suffered just before announcing he will retire at the end of this year. The Braves third baseman will undergo surgery on Monday to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee.
3/24/2012 | With Norris ailing, Wandy to start Tuesday
Astros pitcher Bud Norris said on Saturday that he doesn't expect the triceps and forearm tightness he's been experiencing in his right arm the last few days to hold him back. Hut the Astros announced on Sunday that Wandy Rodriguez would start Tuesday.
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