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3/10/2013 | Washington has proven talent in its stable of relievers
Manager Davey Johnson has three former or current closers -- Rafael Soriano, Tyler Clippard and Drew Storen -- at his disposal in the Nationals' 2013 bullpen.

3/10/2013 | Haren, Nationals bullpen strong against Tigers
Dan Haren allowed two runs in four innings and the Nationals' bullpen tossed four scoreless innings in a 2-1 loss to the Tigers at Joker Marchant Stadium on Sunday.

3/10/2013 | 'Next Knuckler' takes hill for D-backs vs. Giants
Josh Booty is in camp with the D-backs as a non-roster invitee after winning the spot on "The Next Knuckler" show put on by MLB Network last month.

3/10/2013 | Rogers looking to sink teeth into Majors
Chad Rogers, a 23-year-old pitcher in the Cincinnati Reds organization, is progressing along the traditional path of a Major League prospect, but this was not always the case.

3/10/2013 | Gallardo, Estrada discuss Classic in return to Brewers
A day after Team Mexico was eliminated from the World Baseball Classic, right-handers Yovani Gallardo and Marco Estrada returned to Brewers camp and talked about their experience playing for their country. They discussed their own performances and the ugly incident against Team Canada on Saturday.

3/10/2013 | Rangers in enviable position with left-handed relief
The Rangers have an embarrassment of riches when it comes to left-handed relievers. They have five in camp, and each has a chance to make the Opening Day roster.

3/10/2013 | Cubans, Dutch meet with Classic survival at stake
Cuba and the Kingdom of the Netherlands will meet on Monday to decide which team will join Japan, the two-time defending Classic champions, in San Francisco. The Cubans and the Dutch have already met once in this edition of the Classic, a second-round matchup that the Kingdom of the Netherlands won, 6-2.

3/10/2013 | Rodriguez may take spot vacated by friend Izturis
Luis Rodriguez, signed to a Minor League contract over the winter, grew up a couple hours away from Izturis in Venezuela. But starting at age 11, they annually played against one another in the same league. When they turned pro, they suited up for the same winter ball club. And to this day, with Izturis now with the Blue Jays, they constantly text each other.

3/10/2013 | Ryan says discussions about role productive
Nolan Ryan's future with the Rangers remains unclear after he issued a statement about his situation on Sunday. Ryan acknowledged that he has been talking about his position in the organization with co-owners Ray Davis and Bob Simpson, but nothing has been resolved.

3/10/2013 | Sprained knee healing quickly for Aramis
Aramis Ramirez said he is recovering at a better pace than he was expecting after spraining his knee on March 2. He may be able to play again in five days.

3/10/2013 | A's taking time to bring back Weeks
Jemile Weeks was not in Sunday's lineup against the D-backs, and the A's are waiting until his bruised right shoulder is fully recovered to bring him back.

3/10/2013 | Cespedes leaves to welcome family to United States
Yoenis Cespedes left the A's camp Saturday to fly to Miami to visit 14 family members who fled from Cuba two years ago but had not reached the United States until this weekend.

3/10/2013 | Sternberg won't rule out effort to keep Price
When asked if he thought it would be possible to work something out to keep reigning American League Cy Young Award winner David Price with the Rays for the long haul, principal owner Stuart Sternberg replied: "Oh yeah, sure -- absolutely."

3/10/2013 | Blackmon's misfortune resurfaces at Rockies camp
Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon, 26, returned to the clubhouse on Sunday after an absence mandated because of an infection in his right knee. He hasn't appeared in a Cactus League game since March 1, and it is uncertain when he will resume activity.

3/10/2013 | Escobar turning into complete player
Royals pitchers form an unofficial but enthusiastic Alcides Escobar Fan Club. After all, they are the prime beneficiaries of his fielding excellence.

3/10/2013 | McCutchen, both Sanchezes go deep to sink Twins
Andrew McCutchen, Gaby Sanchez and Tony Sanchez all homered to help lead the Pirates to a 7-4 win over the Twins on Sunday at Hammond Stadium.

3/10/2013 | Prospect Cole holds O's in check for first spring win
Playing the second of three games in four days against the Orioles, the Pirates benefited from a great start from Gerrit Cole and a key error to beat Baltimore, 5-2, at Ed Smith Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

3/10/2013 | Cubans, Dutch meet with Classic survival at stake
Cuba and the Kingdom of the Netherlands will meet on Monday to decide which team will join Japan, the two-time defending Classic champions, in San Francisco. The Cubans and the Dutch have already met once in this edition of the Classic, a second-round matchup that the Kingdom of the Netherlands won, 6-2.

3/10/2013 | Right heel inflammation keeps Ortiz sidelined
After an MRI showed inflammation in David Ortiz's right heel, the Red Sox opted to shut the slugger down for the next few days, greatly lessening the chance he will be in the lineup on Opening Day at Yankee Stadium.

3/10/2013 | Morales looking more likely to start season on DL
It is becoming less likely that lefty reliever Franklin Morales can get healthy in time to start the season on the active roster.

3/10/2013 | Kinney shut down with stress reaction in rib area
Mariners reliever Josh Kinney will be sidelined for several weeks after tests showed a stress reaction in his left rib area, the club announced Sunday.

3/10/2013 | Washington perfect place for Haren to return to form
In the space of a single season, Dan Haren went from elite workhorse and Cy Young candidate to a near afterthought. Pitching for the Nationals in 2013, he has a very real chance to make the reverse trip in just as short a time span.

3/10/2013 | Markakis slated to undergo MRI on neck Monday
Nick Markakis, who confirmed he will get an MRI on his neck Monday, said he isn't that concerned about the injury because of how he feels and the reassurance from team doctors that don't believe there's any structural damage.

3/10/2013 | Dominican tops Puerto Rico to go perfect in Pool C
With bragging rights, as well as perhaps a more desirable opener in Round 2 against Team Italy, on the line, San Juan rocked as the Dominican Republic beat host Puerto Rico, 4-2, to win Pool C.

3/10/2013 | Francisco looking for edge against breaking balls
Juan Francisco has gained some positive results, as he has spent the first two weeks of the exhibition season feasting on fastballs and showing his tremendous power potential. But his desire to earn an everyday role with the Braves will be influenced by his willingness to make himself less susceptible to offspeed pitches.


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