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3/30/2014 | Abreu readies for first Major League season

Those who have watched the 6-foot-3, 255-pound Jose Abreu work during Spring Training know he doesn't carry himself like a first-year player.


3/30/2014 | Phillies re-sign Cedeno to Minor League deal

The Phillies announced on Sunday that they had re-signed infielder Ronny Cedeno to a Minor League contract. He has been assigned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.


3/30/2014 | Slowey, Johnson make Marlins' Opening Day roster

As expected, outfielder Reed Johnson and pitcher Kevin Slowey, a couple of non-roster invitees, were included on the Marlins' 2014 Opening Day roster.


3/30/2014 | Konerko wants no special Opening Day treatment

Paul Konerko will be at U.S. Cellular Field on Monday for his 16th and final Opening Day with the White Sox and 17th opener overall. He'll take part in the pregame festivities and receive a loud, long and well-deserved ovation when he's introduced to the crowd. The only difference for Konerko from past Opening Days is that he likely won't be part of the starting lineup.


3/30/2014 | Mets finalize 25-man roster for Opening Day

The Mets tidied up their roster Sunday in advance of Opening Day, making their final spring transactions. Opening Day is Monday against the Nationals at 1:10 p.m. ET at Citi Field.


3/30/2014 | Top prospects shine as Astros close spring

Carlos Correa drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh and Mark Appel threw three scoreless innings in the Astros' 6-1 win over Veracruz on Sunday at Minute Maid Park.


3/30/2014 | Janssen moved to DL with abdominal, back issues

Blue Jays closer Casey Janssen will miss the start of the season with a left abdominal and lower back strain. Right-hander Sergio Santos will temporarily take over as Toronto's primary closer.


3/30/2014 | Cubs finalize Opening Day 25-man roster

The Cubs set the Opening Day 25-man roster on Sunday, and placed pitchers Kyuji Fujikawa, Jake Arrieta and James McDonald on the disabled list.


3/30/2014 | Jackson slides down as Tigers set lineup

Austin Jackson is officially no longer a leadoff hitter. And for the first time in five years, the Tigers will have a different batter atop their batting order.


3/30/2014 | Darvish to DL as Rangers set Opening Day roster

The Rangers placed Yu Darvish on the 15-day DL, retroactive to March 21, among a series of roster moves Sunday. The All-Star, who is recovering from neck stiffness, threw a 32-pitch bullpen session with pitching coach Mike Maddux.


3/30/2014 | Markakis' Opening Day status uncertain

Orioles manager Buck Showalter has two lineups made out for Monday's Opening Day: one with Nick Markakis and one without. Which one Showalter will use won't be decided until later on Sunday as Markakis -- dealing with neck spasms -- has improved but still isn't 100 percent.


3/30/2014 | Segura avoids DL, to start in Brewers' opener

The Brewers finalized their Opening Day roster on Sunday, and shortstop Jean Segura is among its active members. One player, as expected, was placed on the DL: Left-hander Tom Gorzelanny is still recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. Segura will be in the starting lineup on Monday.


3/30/2014 | Chapman, Latos to DL as Reds set roster

The Reds made a series of transactions on Sunday, finalizing their 25-man roster for Monday afternoon's season against the Cardinals at Great American Ball Park.


3/30/2014 | Victorino's availability uncertain for Opening Day

Shane Victorino, who strained his right hamstring in the final game of Spring Training, will get a full medical exam in Boston on Monday morning to determine if he'll be available to play later in the day in Baltimore on Opening Day.


3/30/2014 | Dodgers can make history with 3-0 start

When the Dodgers continue their season stateside on Sunday night, they will be looking to accomplish something that has happened fewer than a dozen times in Major League history. With a win, Los Angeles would move to 3-0 before 27 other teams even open their regular-season schedules. Never before has a team had three wins before the majority of the league even plays a single game. However, there are 11 years in which a team started 3-0 before at least one other team played its first contest.


3/30/2014 | Sox place Beckham, Keppinger on disabled list

The White Sox officially set their Opening Day roster on Sunday, placing second baseman Gordon Beckham (left oblique) and infielder Jeff Keppinger (right shoulder impingement) on the 15-day disabled list. Both moves are retroactive to March 21.


3/30/2014 | Bourn, Giambi placed on disabled list

The Indians will start the season without Michael Bourn and Jason Giambi and carry 13 pitchers and 12 position players on their 25-man roster.


3/30/2014 | Arrival of replay marks game's latest step forward

Instant replay is here to stay. It'll be a strategic tool for managers and a safety net for umpires. It's about getting the calls right. Sure, that's part of it. That's the part everyone understands. But it's going to end up being way more than that, too. It's going to enhance the fan experience -- and not in a small way.


3/30/2014 | Top 20: Your MLB.com guide to the 2014 season

From tickets and gear to MLB.TV and At Bat, we have all the bases covered with 20 examples of ways you might want to spend much of your time this season.


3/30/2014 | Today's MLB starting lineups: March 30

Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.


3/30/2014 | Schultz continues to defy odds on the mound

Having made his Major League debut, tossing a scoreless inning in last Sunday's 7-5 defeat in Australia, Schultz did something that just a few years ago seemed utterly impossible.


3/30/2014 | Choice living out his dream of playing for Rangers

Texas outfielder Michael Choice will get another thrill on Monday. He will become the first player born in Tarrant County and who also played his entire high school and college career there to be with the Rangers on Opening Day.


3/30/2014 | In a rough cut, Shuck is sent to Minors

In a very difficult decision for Angels manager Mike Scioscia, outfielder J.B. shuck was sent to Triple-A in the final roster cuts on Saturday night, with Collin Cowgill making the team as a reserve outfielder.


3/29/2014 | Past contract differences don't get in way of Trout deal

Mike Trout's agent, Craig Landis, was less than pleased with the small raise the Angels gave his client in early 2013. But neither side let it keep them from reaching a long-term deal.


3/29/2014 | After start, Skaggs officially notified he's in rotation

Tyler Skaggs controlled the Dodgers in a 6-2 win on Saturday night in the final game of Spring Training and then was officially told he had made the Angels' rotation.




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