3/26/2013 | Rays' advisor Zimmer to throw Opening Day first pitch
Rays senior advisor Don Zimmer will be joined by his family to deliver the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Rays season-opening game against the Orioles at Tropicana Field on April 2 at 3:10 p.m. ET.
3/26/2013 | Rays' roster likely set after Gomes sent to Triple-A
Tampa Bay's roster appears to be set after right-hander Brandon Gomes received the news Tuesday morning that he had been optioned to Triple-A Durham.
3/26/2013 | Out for almost a month, Beltran feels good in return
Cardinals outfielder Carlos Beltran, who has been nursing an injured toe for nearly a month, returned to Grapefruit League action on Tuesday and seemed to come out of the on-field test with little reason for additional concern.
3/26/2013 | Wainwright pleased with final Opening Day tuneup
Overcoming some early inefficiency, Adam Wainwright wrapped up his final Grapefruit League outing -- a six-inning test against the Mets -- by pushing his pitch count to 97. It was, Wainwright said afterward, exactly where he wanted to be as he sits six days away from pitching the Cardinals' season opener in Arizona.
3/26/2013 | Holliday removed from lineup with tightness in side
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny wanted to take no chances when Matt Holliday approached him shortly before Tuesday's game to let him know that he felt some tightness in his left side. He pulled Holliday from the lineup, replacing the left fielder with Oscar Taveras.
3/26/2013 | After talk with Eldred, Choate adjusts his mechanics
The Cardinals chose to let reliever Randy Choate skip Monday's road trip to Fort Myers, preferring that he face hitters in a Minor League game. The day's biggest benefit, though, may have come after that backfield work, during the hour-long conversation Choate had with former big league pitcher Cal Eldred.
3/26/2013 | Wells joins Yankees as trade is completed
Vernon Wells admitted to having a difficult time stifling a grin once he was told where he had been traded. After years of admiring the Yankees from afar, the veteran outfielder will have a chance to wear pinstripes this season.
3/26/2013 | Good, bad and ugly: Taking spring stock of all clubs
The Catholic Church has changed popes in the time since the first pitchers and catchers trickled into Spring Training camps. That's how long this World Baseball Classic-extended spring has been.
3/26/2013 | Prospect Sano impressive in spring debut
Top prospect Miguel Sano made his second appearance in a Grapefruit League game on Tuesday against the Orioles.
3/26/2013 | Classic hero Deduno sent down by Twins
The Twins are down to just 26 healthy players in big league camp, as they reassigned right-handers Samuel Deduno and P.J. Walters to Minor League camp on Tuesday.
3/26/2013 | Porcello staying in rotation; Smyly joins bullpen
Rick Porcello is off the rumor mill and back in the Tigers' rotation. The way he pitched this spring, it was the easiest choice for the organization to make.
3/26/2013 | Nationals grant Young unconditional release
The Nationals have granted right-hander Chris Young his unconditional release Tuesday morning. It comes a day after he filed paper work to opt out of his Minor League contract.
3/26/2013 | Faith rewarded: Lohse gets well-earned deal
Kyle Lohse is one of the really good guys in the sport and has had to overcome obstacle after obstacle on his way to this $33 million contract with the Brewers.
3/26/2013 | Yost names Mendoza as Royals' fifth starter
Going back to last year, Luis Mendoza was often described as "the perfect long reliever" by Royals manager Ned Yost. Turns out he's something else -- apparently, the perfect fifth starter.
3/26/2013 | Phillies release veteran right-hander Cook
The Phillies entered Spring Training expecting veterans Aaron Cook and Rodrigo Lopez to pitch in the Triple-A Lehigh Valley rotation. They released Lopez last week and Cook on Tuesday.
3/26/2013 | Francisco goes deep as Braves edge Tigers
Juan Francisco hit a leadoff homer in the ninth inning as the Braves rallied for a 6-5 win over the Tigers on Tuesday afternoon at Joker Marchant Stadium.
3/26/2013 | Galvis, Frandsen combine for six RBIs to top Rays
The Phillies beat up Rays right-hander Roberto Hernandez in a 10-1 victory Tuesday at Bright House Field.
3/26/2013 | Multiple playoff contenders? Consider NL Central
Over the past 10 seasons, the NL Central produced the most playoff teams of the three National League divisions, as well as the most NL pennant-winners. And once again in 2013, the odds are good that multiple playoff teams will come from the NL Central.
3/26/2013 | After getting released, Overbay signs with Yanks
The Yankees have signed free-agent first baseman Lyle Overbay, who was released by the Red Sox earlier on Tuesday, to a Minor League contract.
3/26/2013 | Veteran first baseman Overbay released
The Red Sox released first baseman Lyle Overbay on Tuesday, trimming the number of players in camp to 38.
3/26/2013 | Bo Jackson to throw out first pitch for White Sox
Bo Jackson, a member of the White Sox 1993 American League West Division championship team, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day at U.S. Cellular Field.
3/26/2013 | Garcia will begin season on disabled list
Avisail Garcia, who is ranked the Tigers' No. 3 prospect by MLB.com, will open the season on the 15-day disabled list, the team announced Tuesday as part of a handful of Spring Training moves.
3/26/2013 | Gardenhire's focus for 2013 is on the field
Ron Gardenhire enters the 2013 season in the last year of his contract, and this year may be crucial for the Twins' manager.
3/26/2013 | Turner among seven Marlins send to Minors
Jacob Turner has struggled with consistency and command for much of Spring Training. Rather than risk more inconsistency at the big league level, the 21-year-old will look to get back on track in the Minor Leagues.
3/26/2013 | Hefner OK after scare, but Marcum has neck issue
Jeremy Hefner suffered a right elbow bruise and said his elbow already felt better shortly after Tuesday's game, but his brief scare served to underscore how thin the Mets are in their rotation. Shaun Marcum was the latest starter to fall, battling a neck issue that first arose during his bullpen session Monday.
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