3/24/2013 | Angels close to trading Wells to Yankees
Vernon Wells, relegated to the Angels' bench and owed $42 million over the next two years, is headed to the Yankees, multiple sources confirmed to MLB.com on Sunday.
3/24/2013 | Gentry starting to show he belongs in lineup
Center-field candidate Leonys Martin has had a terrific spring, but he has not been able to shake Craig Gentry. Manager Ron Washington said Gentry has been the biggest surprise of Spring Training for him, mainly because he's shown more power at the plate and aggressiveness on the basepaths.
3/24/2013 | Rangers likely to start Profar in Triple-A
The Rangers are leaning heavily on keeping Leury Garcia as their utility infielder so that Jurickson Profar can play every day at Triple-A Round Rock.
3/24/2013 | Bradley homers, Ellsbury banged up in Boston's win
The Red Sox found success Sunday against Phillies left-hander Cliff Lee, going on to win, 7-6, at Bright House Field.
3/24/2013 | Freiman excited for opportunity with A's
Nate Freiman has seven days to impress his third employer in the last four months, or else he's on the move again.
3/24/2013 | Jeter's setback another hit in Yankees' tough spring
If Derek Jeter was almost any other player, we'd have huge questions about his ability to continue to play at the level we've come to expect from him. Never mind when he'll be back at shortstop for the Yankees. What will he look like when he returns? Is he still capable of greatness?
3/24/2013 | Drew progressing but remains day to day
Manager John Farrell said Stephen Drew, following a March 7 concussion, would ideally be able to participate in Minor League games by the end of Spring Training.
3/24/2013 | Cain hopes to leg out healthy season
After an injury-plagued 2012 campaign, Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain spent the offseason working on the strength and conditioning of his legs.
3/24/2013 | Ellsbury leaves game with jammed right heel
Red Sox center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury left Sunday's game against the Phillies with a jammed right heel sustained while diving back into first base on a pickoff attempt.
3/24/2013 | Offensive outburst erases Matusz, Patton's struggles
Steve Pearce broke a tie with his sixth homer of the spring in the seventh inning Sunday and added an RBI single in the ninth, lifting the Orioles, who blew an eight-run first-inning lead, past the Pirates, 12-10, in their Grapefruit League matchup.
3/24/2013 | Reds third-base coach Berry diagnosed with cancer
Reds third-base coach Mark Berry has been diagnosed with cancer in his left tonsil and on two lymph nodes on the left side of his neck.
3/24/2013 | Mauer, Twins launch four homers to top Toronto
Joe Mauer, Brian Dozier, Justin Morneau and Drew Butera homered to lead the Twins to a 14-5 win over the Blue Jays on Sunday at Hammond Stadium.
3/24/2013 | Rox add veteran Garland on Major League deal
The Rockies signed veteran right-hander Jon Garland to a Major League contract on Sunday. Garland met with club officials in the morning at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick and took a physical to complete the deal.
3/24/2013 | Perez likely to be ready for Opening Day
Indians closer Chris Perez should be on the active 25-man roster when the season begins on April 2 at Toronto, manager Terry Francona said on Sunday.
3/24/2013 | Dodgers release right-handed reliever Lowe
The Dodgers released pitcher Mark Lowe on Sunday, leaving Kevin Gregg and Peter Moylan as the remaining non-roster pitchers in camp.
3/24/2013 | Sore back keeps Asdrubal out of Tribe's lineup
Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was scratched from Sunday's starting lineup against the Cubs at Goodyear Ballpark with a sore back.
3/24/2013 | Chavez returns to Mariners as non-roster invitee
A familiar face was back in the Mariners' clubhouse Sunday morning, as outfielder Endy Chavez arrived as a non-roster invitee to Major League camp.
3/24/2013 | Adrian sits out with bruised right forearm
Dodgers slugger Adrian Gonzalez was scratched from the starting lineup Sunday with a bruised right forearm, one day after being hit by a pitch.
3/24/2013 | Players, GMs begin stressful final week of spring
With Opening Day fast approaching, just about every team will be forced to make very difficult roster decisions during the final week of Spring Training.
3/24/2013 | Jeter scratched, likely to start season on DL
Battling soreness in his surgically repaired left ankle, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter -- whom the club confirmed will not play in a Minor League game on Sunday -- is likely to be on the disabled list when the team opens the regular season on April 1 against the Red Sox, general manager Brian Cashman said on Sunday.
3/24/2013 | Cedeno signs with Astros, gets right to work
The Astros officially announced the signing of shortstop Ronny Cedeno, and he was in the lineup for their Grapefruit League game against the Marlins on Sunday afternoon. He tripled in his second at-bat.
3/24/2013 | Karstens' setback creates another rotation opening
Bucs right-hander Jeff Karstens was scratched from his start against Baltimore on Sunday with "lingering shoulder discomfort," opening up a second rotation spot with a week remaining in Spring Training.
3/24/2013 | Puig's emergence leaves Dodgers with tough call
Yasiel Puig went 3-for-3, keyed two rallies, displayed superb baserunning and added stellar defense to steal the show in a game he didn't even start on Saturday night, further padding his impressive spring resume.
3/24/2013 | Ryu looks destined for rotation
Manager Don Mattingly all but confirmed on Saturday night that Hyun-Jin Ryu has won a spot somewhere in the Dodgers' starting rotation.
3/24/2013 | Puig, 10 for his last 11, leads Dodgers' rout
Hyun-Jin Ryu allowed only one hit in seven innings and Yasiel Puig went 3-for-3, keying a pair of big rallies as the Dodgers beat the White Sox on Saturday, 10-4, in front of 13,721, the largest crowd in Cactus League history.
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