2/20/2013 | Clemens throws live BP to Astros hitters
Roger Clemens, who's working as a special instructor at Spring Training this year for the Astros, put on a uniform and got back on the mound Wednesday for the first time in nearly six months, throwing live batting practice to Houston hitters for about 20 minutes.
2/20/2013 | Varitek immersing himself into all aspects of new job
Even when Jason Varitek was in his playing prime, projections were rampant that he would one day become a Major League manager. But as Varitek settles into his first Spring Training as a special assistant to the general manager, he is trying to absorb all aspects of his new role.
2/20/2013 | Wise proud of The Catch, yearns for team success
Being known for The Catch certainly doesn't bother White Sox outfielder Dewayne Wise, but he has bigger plans than resting on past heroics.
2/20/2013 | Pomeranz to kick off rotation derby vs. D-backs
Left-hander Drew Pomeranz, one of the competitors for the final spot in the Rockies' rotation, will have the first chance to show his wares in Cactus League play.
2/20/2013 | Padres gearing up for annual prospect minicamp
Minor League pitchers and catchers won't report to Peoria until March 1, but on Friday, 38 of the top prospects in the Padres' system will take part in the team's annual minicamp.
2/20/2013 | Hughes shut down two weeks with bulging disk
Phil Hughes will be in a "two-week timeout," as general manager Brian Cashman put it, after a doctor discovered a bulging disk in the right-hander's upper back.
2/20/2013 | Uribe to get looks all over infield in spring games
Coming off a second consecutive disappointing season, Juan Uribe will be moved all over the diamond at camp this year to help give the Dodgers a better idea of what the infielder's role will be on Opening Day.
2/20/2013 | Jennings expects smooth transition to center
Although B.J. Upton departed via free agency during the offseason, the Rays don't have to look too far to find his replacement. Rather than running toward left field this season, Desmond Jennings will veer to the right and take over Tropicana Field's vast center field.
2/20/2013 | Mighty Morse is bullish on Mariners' chances
As Michael Morse went live on MLB Network's Hot Stove show Wednesday morning from the nearby press box at Peoria Stadium, his Mariners teammates gathered around the TV in the team's clubhouse and howled at his entertaining interview with Harold Reynolds and Matt Vasgersian.
2/20/2013 | O'Day drops knowledge on fellow sidearmers
The Orioles have three sidearmers in camp, and Darren O'Day is a mentor of sorts to Adam Russell and Mark Hendrickson as they get comfortable with a different arm angle.
2/20/2013 | Baerga, Hart elected to Indians Hall of Fame
Former second baseman Carlos Baerga and general manager John Hart were elected to the Indians Hall of Fame by a 17-member committee of Cleveland baseball historians, the club announced on Wednesday morning.
2/20/2013 | From humble beginnings, Wheeler at ease with Mets
Mets prospect Zack Wheeler appears unfazed by his first Major League camp, but that could partially be because of the way his talent developed.
2/20/2013 | Yost has gall bladder surgery, back at work
Royals manager Ned Yost underwent surgery to remove his gall bladder on Tuesday, but he was back at work on Wednesday morning.
2/20/2013 | Sidelined Murphy playing it smart with muscle strain
With nearly six full weeks to go before Opening Day, Daniel Murphy is unconcerned about the midsection injury keeping him off the practice field.
2/20/2013 | Sore shoulder delays Miller's throwing sesson
Shoulder soreness prevented Shelby Miller from throwing off the mound Wednesday, though the Cardinals right-hander said he is confident that the tightness will not keep him off the mound for long.
2/20/2013 | Jackson exits workout early with back issues
Outfielder/first baseman Conor Jackson said Wednesday morning that his sore back is "definitely better" than the previous day, and he will continue to get treatment and rest another day.
2/20/2013 | Carp deal creates bench competition in camp
The Red Sox added some intrigue for their bench competition on Wednesday by acquiring first baseman/outfielder Mike Carp from the Mariners in exchange for a player to be named or cash considerations.
2/20/2013 | Mariners deal first baseman Carp to Red Sox
First baseman Mike Carp, who was designated for assignment last week, was traded by the Mariners to the Red Sox on Wednesday for a player to be named or cash.
2/20/2013 | Puello chooses not to talk about Biogenisis link
Mets prospect Cesar Puello on Wednesday chose not to comment on an ESPN report connecting him to a South Florida clinic that has been linked to performance-enhancing drugs.
2/20/2013 | Astros' Martinez declines to comment on PED report
Astros outfielder Fernando Martinez issued a no-comment through a team spokesman Wednesday morning, one day after an ESPN reported linked him to a South Florida clinic that's been connected to performance-enhancing drugs.
2/19/2013 | Rutledge getting to know defensive partner Tulo
Each day that Josh Rutledge arrives at the Rockies' Spring Training complex, he dresses right beside star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. Wouldn't it be nice if they could be neighbors for a while?
2/19/2013 | Lopez struck by batted ball, bruises pitching hand
Javier Lopez and the Giants survived a scare Tuesday, when the left-hander sustained a bruise as he was struck on the back of his pitching hand by a short-hop batted ball. Manager Bruce Bochy said that X-rays of Lopez's hand revealed no fracture.
2/19/2013 | Report: Gio did not get PEDs from clinic
Several weeks ago, The Miami New Times linked Gio Gonzalez to Anthony Bosch, who reportedly supplied PEDs to professional athletes in Miami. However, according to a report from ESPN's Outside the Lines, two sources told the company that Gonzalez did not receive banned substances from Bosch or the anti-aging clinic, Biogenesis.
2/19/2013 | Martinez among five in latest Biogenesis clinic list
Astros outfielder Fernando Martinez is among five more professional baseball players connected to a South Florida clinic that's been linked to performance-enhancing drugs, according to an ESPN "Outside the Lines" report on Tuesday.
2/19/2013 | Report links Cabrera, De Los Santos to Biogenesis
Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera and reliever Fautino De Los Santos were among five more players linked on Tuesday to Biogenesis, the South Florida anti-aging clinic currently under investigation by Major League Baseball.
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