3/22/2014 | Encarnacion, Sierra homers power Blue Jays
Edwin Encarnacion and Moises Sierra went deep in a five-run first, while starter Todd Redmond retired the first 13 batters he faced as the Blue Jays earned a 9-4 win over the Tigers on Saturday in Dunedin, Fla.
3/22/2014 | Fans Down Under appreciate MLB experience
If there were any lingering questions about the level of baseball knowledge fans in Australia would display during Opening Series 2014, they were put to rest Saturday in Game 1.
3/22/2014 | Brewers pick up Roenicke's option for 2015
The Brewers have exercised their 2015 club option on manager Ron Roenicke, the team announced on Saturday. The 57-year-old skipper is 253-233 in three seasons with Milwaukee.
3/22/2014 | d'Arnaud, Flores, Davis go deep in Mets' victory
Some power hitting and effective pitching by Bartolo Colon lifted the Mets to a 10-2 win over the Marlins on Saturday afternoon at Roger Dean Stadium.
3/22/2014 | Hamels optimistic for a late-April return to rotation
Cole Hamels threw two innings of live batting practice Saturday, and he remains hopeful that he'll be back in the Phillies' starting rotation before the end of April.
3/22/2014 | Opening G'Day, Mate: Kershaw crafts a gem
Clayton Kershaw put on his typical Opening Game show for the Aussies on Saturday while Scott Van Slyke homered and doubled as the Dodgers beat the rival D-backs, 3-1, in the first baseball game played at hallowed Sydney Cricket Ground in 100 years.
3/22/2014 | Cahill and Ryu set for Opening Series Game 2
On the heels of the Dodgers' 3-1 win in the first game of the 2014 season, Trevor Cahill will be looking to lift the D-backs to a split in the Opening Series, while Hyun-Jin Ryu will attempt to make it two straight for Los Angeles in Sydney.
3/22/2014 | Ortiz, Red Sox still a perfect match
Can you even imagine Big Papi wearing another uniform? Isn't that pretty much the bottom line in this thing? At a time when we've become accustomed to players switching teams, it would be tough to get your mind around the notion of David Ortiz with a club other than the Boston Red Sox.
3/22/2014 | Ryu has high expectations for second season
Left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu heads into his start in the finale of the Opening Series on Sunday with high expectations for his second season with the Dodgers.
3/22/2014 | Selig delighted by reception in Australia
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig is as ecstatic as ever about the state of the game. That was the main takeaway from his press conference at Sydney Cricket Ground prior to the opening of MLB's 2014 season.
3/22/2014 | Season begins after brief rain delay Down Under
A brief rain shower delayed the start of the season opener between the D-backs and Dodgers on Saturday. First pitch was pushed back 14 minutes to 5 a.m. ET.
3/22/2014 | Kemp homers in Minor League game
Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp, who officially hit the disabled list when the Dodgers set their roster for Saturday's season opener, went 2-for-4 with a home run and a double in a Triple-A game against the White Sox on Friday.
3/22/2014 | D-backs wait to decide on backup catcher
Tuffy Gosewisch was on the Opening Day roster as the D-backs' backup catcher, but the battle between Gosewisch and Henry Blanco will continue once the team returns to Arizona next week.
3/22/2014 | Delgado, Bradley battling for fifth-starter role
The D-backs haven't yet decided between Randall Delgado and top prospect Archie Bradley for the role of fifth starter.
3/22/2014 | D-backs need to trim bullpen before U.S. opener
For the Opening Series with the Dodgers, the D-backs were able to carry 10 relievers, but they will have to cut down to seven for the March 31 stateside opener with the Giants.
3/22/2014 | Kennedy steps up performance as season draws near
Ian Kennedy has been afforded the opportunity to work on things in each start during the six weeks of Spring Training, all with the goal of being ready for the regular season.
3/21/2014 | For Yankees to succeed, CC must return to form
The Yankees on Friday night again saw the CC Sabathia they hope to see all season. Let's not undersell this thing. This is the guy the Yankees must have to be relevant in the American League East.
3/21/2014 | Posey to make start at first before camp breaks
All-Star catcher Buster Posey, who has started 77 regular-season games for the Giants at first base over the past four seasons, will get reacquainted with his backup position at Spring Training.
3/21/2014 | Tanaka's third start highlights today's spring action
While the Dodgers and D-backs are in Australia to begin the regular season, the other 28 teams are still in the midst of important Spring Training games in the Cactus and Grapefruit Leagues.
3/21/2014 | Jeter OK after two foul balls off left ankle
It has been an all-too-familiar sight in the most recent Yankees springs: Derek Jeter running at less than his top speed down the first-base line, appearing to favor his left ankle. It happened again on Friday, but everyone can exhale.
3/21/2014 | McClendon still 'tinkering' with lineup
Manager Lloyd McClendon has had Abraham Almonte in the leadoff spot 16 times in 25 Cactus League games, but he's not ready to pronounce Almonte as his leadoff hitter for the regular season.
3/21/2014 | CC goes seven scoreless, whiffs seven Bucs
CC Sabathia enjoyed another commanding tuneup, firing seven scoreless innings as the Yankees defeated the Pirates, 4-0, on Friday night at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
3/21/2014 | Petit, Huff lead way in shutout of A's
Dominated by Oakland this spring, the Giants halted the trend by scratching across a fourth-inning run and two more in the eighth for a 3-0 Cactus League victory Friday night over the A's.
3/21/2014 | Looking inside, De La Rosa sees start get away
If Spring Training is for working on methods and ironing out problems, Friday's performance from Rockies left-handed pitcher Jorge De La Rosa illustrated exactly why these games don't count toward a championship.
3/21/2014 | Giants' pitching staff capable of big-time turnaround
The Giants could win a third straight championship in an even-numbered season -- if they are able to pitch something like they did during their 2010 and '12 championship seasons.
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