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3/21/2013 | LaRoche gets kick out of Hudson's knuckleball
Braves pitcher Tim Hudson is known to play inside jokes on Adam LaRoche and it happened during the Braves' 4-3 win over the Nationals on Thursday.

3/21/2013 | Bay makes rare appearance in center field
Jason Bay came into Mariners camp knowing he'd have to do anything the club wanted, which has included batting leadoff and on Thursday included playing center field.

3/21/2013 | Markakis cleared to resume baseball activities
Nick Markakis has been cleared to resume baseball activities and will be on a three-day progression to return to spring games.

3/21/2013 | Hamels gears up for opener with strong outing
Cole Hamels' sixth-inning curveball to Shane Victorino earned Hamels a little more than a strikeout looking in the Phillies 6-1 loss to the Red Sox on Thursday night at JetBlue Park.

3/21/2013 | Victorino's clutch triple carries Sox past Phils
Shane Victorino, facing the Phillies for the first time since he was traded from his long-time team last July, belted a bases-clearing triple in the bottom of the seventh to lead the Red Sox to a 6-1 victory in Thursday night's Grapefruit League contest at JetBlue Park.

3/21/2013 | Hamilton, Pujols lead homer-happy Halos in loss
On a night when both starting pitchers got hit hard, Leonys Martin hit a three-run double with one out in the bottom of the ninth to give the Rangers a 10-9 victory over the Angels.

3/21/2013 | Morse matures since first go-around in Seattle
With the last days of Spring Training ticking away toward the regular season, Michael Morse has settled back in with the Mariners a different player than when he was with the club the first time around, and on a different team from when he left.

3/21/2013 | Martin delivers walk-off double for Rangers
On a night when both starting pitchers got hit hard, Leonys Martin hit a three-run double with one out in the bottom of the ninth to give the Rangers a 10-9 victory over the Angels.

3/21/2013 | Hendriks, Twins twirl one-hitter at Yankees
Drew Butera plated three in a five-run fourth inning and Liam Hendriks pitched the first four frames of the Twins' one-hitter of the Yankees on Thursday night.

3/21/2013 | Balfour looks sharp in first Cactus outing since surgery
Besides the precautionary ice pack on his right knee, Grant Balfour showed no signs of his recent knee surgery after his Cactus League debut on Thursday in the A's 10-9 victory over the Reds. The A's closer pitched a scoreless sixth inning with one strikeout, no hits and no walks.

3/21/2013 | Anderson will have different approach in final spring tilt
Brett Anderson's stats may not have looked like those of an Opening Day starter, but he was able to take some positives from Thursday's start against the Cincinnati Reds. Anderson threw 4 2/3 innings, allowing six runs on eight hits and striking out five. He now has a spring ERA of 9.45.

3/21/2013 | Young working to shed label as bench player
The more the Rockies' Eric Young Jr. proves he deserves playing time, the harder it is to describe him.

3/21/2013 | J. Upton hitting tape-measure jobs at Champion
One month into his first spring season with the Braves, Justin Upton has already hit two of the longest home runs in Champion Stadium history, and has conjured memories of the long homers once hit at this venue.

3/21/2013 | Madson throws off mound, but status uncertain
Angels reliever Ryan Madson returned to the bullpen mound on Thursday, but he's made basically no progress over the last 10 days.

3/21/2013 | Pomeranz working to solidify spot in rotation
Rockies left-hander Drew Pomeranz worked through traffic, coming up with key strikeouts and ground balls when he needed them most on Thursday night.

3/21/2013 | Rosario homers as Rox rough up Giants' Cain
The Colorado Rockies scored in each of the first three innings off San Francisco Giants ace Matt Cain and rolled to a 10-4 Cactus League victory Thursday night at Scottsdale Stadium.

3/21/2013 | Casilla rejoins Giants from stellar Classic effort
At his Scottsdale Stadium dressing stall, Santiago Casilla displayed a glittering gold medal for participating on the Dominican Republic team that won the World Baseball Classic.

3/21/2013 | Prior aims to show Reds he's big league material
Mark Prior was 22-years-old when he zipped to fast fame with the Cubs 10 years ago. Shoulder surgery derailed his career after the 2006 season, and he hasn't pitched in a regular season Major League game since. Now, after six years in Triple-A and independent leagues, he's in Reds camp trying to make it back.

3/21/2013 | After Classic triumph, Cruz focused on Rangers
Nelson Cruz was a key member of the Dominican Republic team that won the World Baseball Classic, and he's now back in Rangers camp and focused on getting ready for the regular season.

3/21/2013 | Former World Series MVP Renteria retires
Five-time All-Star shortstop and 2010 World Series MVP Edgar Renteria officially announced his retirement on Thursday, bringing an end to his 16-year career.

3/21/2013 | Papi making progress; Farrell contemplating DH
Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz might be taking small steps, but they appear to be positive ones.

3/21/2013 | Dodgers react to tough news on Hanley's injury
Players such as Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier reflected their disappointment at the loss of Hanley Ramirez, while manager Don Mattingly looked toward Opening Day and which Dodgers have a chance to replace the shortstop on the field.

3/21/2013 | Hanson plays catch, to start on Monday
Tommy Hanson, removed from Wednesday's game because of a triceps injury, will make his next scheduled turn, Angels manager Mike Scioscia confirmed on Thursday.

3/21/2013 | Mauer, Pelfrey among Twins to work in Minors games
Most of the Twins' regulars spent Thursday on the back fields playing Minor League games, and as far as manager Ron Gardenhire knew, they all got their work in as expected.

3/21/2013 | Cherington: Bradley still in mix for roster spot
With a little more than a week remaining in Spring Training, the most intriguing question mark regarding the Red Sox still has legs: Can outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. crack the Opening Day roster?

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