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3/14/2013 | Yanks anticipate catching tandem of Cervelli-Stewart
The Yankees are locked into the idea that Francisco Cervelli and Chris Stewart will be handling their pitching staff this season, although the Opening Day catcher has not been picked.

3/14/2013 | Team Japan crisp in defeating MLB's Giants
Sharpening its skills en route to the World Baseball Classic semifinals in San Francisco, Japan scored in each inning from the third through the sixth Thursday and outlasted the Giants, 6-3.

3/14/2013 | No soreness for Santos after Minor League test
There's no doubt in Sergio Santos' mind that he'll be ready in time for Opening Day. He threw 18 pitches in one Minor League inning Wednesday and didn't report lingering soreness the following day.

3/14/2013 | Gee perplexed over wildly disappointing start
Dillon Gee called it an exhibition in "how not to pitch." Gee's line against the Tigers on Thursday included six runs on four walks, two hit batsmen and three wild pitches. The right-hander came away so disgusted with his outing that he did not even top off his pitch count afterward in the bullpen.

3/14/2013 | Beast Mode initiated: Morse slugs two homers
Michael Morse went 3-for-3 with two homers, a double and five RBIs against the Reds on Thursday. Joe Saunders struggled on the mound, allowing seven runs, five earned, in 3 2/3 innings. The Mariners won the game, 8-7.

3/14/2013 | Gibson optioned to Triple-A as Twins make cuts
Former first-round Draft pick Kyle Gibson's comeback from elbow surgery will continue at Triple-A Rochester rather than in the Twins' starting rotation as they had hoped, but general manager Terry Ryan predicted Gibson will be back.

3/14/2013 | Medlen's attention to detail key to his success
Generously listed at 5-foot-10 and not a particularly hard thrower, Kris Medlen is no scout's dream. However, the right-hander's combination of control and smarts has helped him grow into a budding star.

3/14/2013 | Leyland taking time with outfield, 'pen evaluation
With 18 days remaining until Opening Day, Tigers manager Jim Leyland expects certain jobs to come down to the wire. Outfield and bullpen positions are still up in the air.

3/14/2013 | Matheny returns to dugout after back surgery
Manager Mike Matheny was back in uniform on Thursday, three days after he underwent surgery to alleviate pain and numbness being caused by a ruptured disc in his lower back.

3/14/2013 | Wada taking next step in rehab
Left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada, after tossing another encouraging bullpen session on Thursday, will now move on to more pitching-related activities as he continues his extensive rehab from Tommy John surgery last May.

3/14/2013 | Rendon, Skole, Karns among roster moves
The Nationals made their second round of cuts Thursday, optioning outfielder Eury Perez to Triple-A Syracuse, and right-hander Nathan Karns, catcher Sandy Leon and infielder Anthony Rendon to Double-A Harrisburg. They also re-assigned Patrick McCoy, Will Rhymes and Matt Skole to Minor League camp.

3/14/2013 | Wieters hits second home run of Spring Training
In one of the stranger finishes to a Spring Training game, the Rays defeated the Orioles, 4-3, on Thursday in front of a record sellout crowd of 8,796 fans at Ed Smith Stadium.

3/14/2013 | Harrell, Bedard show progress after throwing
Manager Bo Porter said Lucas Harrell and Erik Bedard are both feeling good after throwing Wednesday, and the Astros manager will make a decision soon about when they will continue with game action.

3/14/2013 | Jansen set to join Dutch for semis of Classic
Dodgers reliever Kenley Jansen will join the Kingdom of the Netherlands team for its semifinal game of the World Baseball Classic on Monday.

3/14/2013 | Fighting for fifth-starter job, Niemann strong
In one of the stranger finishes to a Spring Training game, the Rays defeated the Orioles, 4-3, on Thursday in front of a record sellout crowd of 8,796 fans at Ed Smith Stadium.

3/14/2013 | Maicer, Melky lead Blue Jays' thumping of Yanks
The Blue Jays scored early and often against a Yankees pitching staff that had trouble finding the strike zone en route to a 17-5 victory on Thursday afternoon at Florida Auto Exchange Field.

3/14/2013 | Inside the visit: Mound conversations vary widely
Conversations between skippers or pitching coaches and their players seem to be a source of curiosity for the fans to this day: What the heck do managers and coaches say when they run out to the mound to talk to the pitcher?

3/14/2013 | Patience with Wall paying off for Dodgers
Pitcher Josh Wall signed young and immature, but he finally answered the wake-up call and grew up, giving the Dodgers something in return for their patience.

3/14/2013 | Delgado makes strong audition for rotation
Randall Delgado had his second straight impressive outing Wednesday night as he threw four shutout innings against the Brewers.

3/14/2013 | 'Wrigleyville West' should be a desert gem
When you drive by the Cubs' new Spring Training site, you'll mostly see a lot of dirt. But on the site, Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts sees a great future for the team and the city of Mesa.

3/13/2013 | Delmon picks up the pace in rehab program
Outfielder Delmon Young has picked up his rehab program a bit this week, but there is no change in his timetable, which has him back with the Phillies sometime between mid-April and May 1.

3/13/2013 | Lee pays price for fielding miscues
The first three innings for the Phillies in their 6-2 loss to the Yankees on Wednesday could not have been any sloppier. Cliff Lee paid the price, too.

3/13/2013 | Parra provides lift in return from Classic
In his first game since going 0-for-8 for Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic, D-backs outfielder Gerardo Parra drove home three runs in a 7-0 victory over the Brewers.

3/13/2013 | Gallardo works four innings, fans five in return
Yovani Gallardo, making his first start since pitching for Mexico at the World Baseball Classic, was sharp Wednesday night as the Brewers fell to the D-backs.

3/13/2013 | Respected Meulens has Dutch club believing
Former Major Leaguer Hensley Meulens has two World Series championship rings from the San Francisco Giants, where he's the hitting coach, and now he has the world watching him for the exploits of his unique temporary gig: head honcho of honkbal.

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