3/29/2014 | Tanaka wins award for top Yankees rookie
As Masahiro Tanaka wraps up his first big league Spring Training camp and prepares to head into the regular season, the Yankees right-hander has already tucked one award under his belt.
3/29/2014 | Newly acquired Young pitches 4 2/3 scoreless innings
Seattle's Chris Young pitched 4 2/3 scoreless innings in his first start after signing a one-year deal with the club Thursday. The Mariners lost to the Rockies in Saturday's final spring game.
3/29/2014 | Schlitter claims final spot in Cubs' bullpen
The Cubs finalized their 25-man roster and final slot in the bullpen on Saturday by adding right-hander Brian Schlitter and designating right-hander Alberto Cabrera for assignment, manager Rick Renteria said before their final exhibition game of the spring against the D-backs at Chase Field.
3/29/2014 | Delgado to be fifth starter for D-backs
Randall Delgado won the final open spot in the D-backs rotation. The right-hander will start Friday's game against the Rockies at Coors Field.
3/29/2014 | Gosewisch earns backup duty at catcher
Catcher Tuffy Gosewisch was on the D-backs Opening Day roster last weekend in Sydney, Australia, and the 30-year-old will also be on the roster for the team's reopening game Monday against the Giants.
3/29/2014 | Owings gets nod as starting shortstop
Chris Owings won the starting shortstop job as the D-backs demoted Didi Gregorius to Triple-A Reno following Saturday's exhibition game with the Cubs.
3/29/2014 | Yankees, Marlins warm up, but finale rained out
Saturday's Grapefruit League finale between the Yankees and the Marlins at George M. Steinbrenner Field was cancelled due to rain.
3/29/2014 | Mariners put Iwakuma, Walker, Pryor on DL
The Mariners announced today that three right-handers -- Hisashi Iwakuma, Taijuan Walker and Stephen Pryor -- were placed on the 15-day DL. All three moves were retroactive to March 21.
3/29/2014 | Adjusted pitching mechanics can change career
The traditional over-the-top pitching approach didn't work for Giants' reliever Javier Lopez. With his career in limbo, Lopez switched to an unconventional low side-arm throwing motion in 2002. Lopez, 36, believes his ability to survive and thrive in Major League Baseball traces back to his unusual delivery.
3/29/2014 | Injury should not keep Chatwood from next start
Rockies starter Tyler Chatwood does not expect to miss a start because of a strained left hamstring he suffered running the bases Friday night.
3/29/2014 | Phillies to host Opening Day viewing party for fans
The 2014 baseball season will soon be officially underway, and fans of all ages are invited to celebrate at the Phillies Opening Day Viewing Party on Monday at XFINITY Live and McFadden's Ballpark.
3/29/2014 | Mejia in rotation; Dice-K 'shocked' by decision
In a decision that "shocked" Daisuke Matsuzaka, the Mets on Saturday reassigned the veteran right-hander to Triple-A Las Vegas, adding Jenrry Mejia to their rotation despite multiple questions regarding his health.
3/29/2014 | Healthy Snider looks to capitalize on time with Bucs
Travis Snider may just be a placeholder in right field until top prospect Gregory Polanco makes the leap to the Majors, but he has recovered from a nagging toe injury and he is ready for a healthy season.
3/29/2014 | Segura feeling good following infield practice
Brewers infielder Jean Segura, who is nursing a sore right shoulder, took about a dozen grounders at shortstop and made strong throws to first base before Saturday's exhibition game against the Kansas City Royals. He then made several strong throws to second.
3/29/2014 | Bautista scratched from lineup with stomach virus
Right fielder Jose Bautista was originally scheduled to bat third as the designated hitter in the Blue Jays' lineup Saturday, but he was scratched because of a stomach virus.
3/29/2014 | Trout's contract extension is a good deal
Mike Trout's six-year, $144.5 million extension will set him up for life financially and could ultimately be a bargain for the Angels if the young superstar can build upon the amazing start to his career.
3/29/2014 | Lester, Sox hit 'pause button' on extension talks
The Red Sox and Jon Lester, who is scheduled to make his fourth consecutive Opening Day start on Monday and can become a free agent after the season, have "hit the pause button" on a contract extension, general manager Ben Cherington said Saturday morning.
3/29/2014 | Phillies focus on defense, versatility in finalizing roster
The Phillies stressed athleticism when deciding their Opening Day roster on Saturday, with general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. providing manager Ryne Sandberg flexibility on the bench and in the bullpen.
3/29/2014 | Melky's late blast gets Blue Jays past Mets
Melky Cabrera belted a tiebreaking two-run homer in the eighth inning, and Brandon Morrow struck out eight over 5 2/3 scoreless frames as the Blue Jays defeated the Mets, 2-0, at Olympic Stadium in Montreal on Saturday afternoon.
3/29/2014 | Aoki impresses with strong spring campaign
Perhaps Royals manager Ned Yost hasn't seen much of the second part of his new 1-2 duo at the top of the lineup, Omar Infante, but he's been very impressed with leadoff man Nori Aoki.
3/29/2014 | College baseball gearing for 'Classic at The K'
The Missouri Tigers will take on the Wichita State Shockers from Kansas at 7 p.m. CT on Tuesday, April 22 at Kauffman Stadium, in a game that will benefit the National College Baseball Hall of Fame in Lubbock, Texas.
3/29/2014 | Estrada solid in Brewers' spring finale victory
Marco Estrada fired five scoreless frames, while Logan Schafer added three hits and two RBIs to power the Brewers to a 7-2 win over the Royals in Saturday's exhibition contest at Miller Park.
3/29/2014 | Gearrin to visit Dr. Andrews for second opinion
Braves general manager Frank Wren said injured right-hander Cory Gearrin has "ligament involvement" in his right elbow and will visit orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews for a second opinion next week.
3/29/2014 | Fan hospitalized after fall at Olympic Stadium
A man is in critical condition in a Montreal hospital after falling from the stands Friday night during the Blue Jays and Mets exhibition at Olympic Stadium, according to the Montreal Gazette.
3/29/2014 | View From Studio 3: Predictions for 2014 season
It is time to put winter behind us and get set for the start of the regular season. MLB Network's Matt Yallof gives his predictions of who will win the six divisions and the World Series championship this season.
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