3/28/2013 | Iwakuma anxious to start regular season
Hisashi Iwakuma doesn't speak English, but he spoke for all of his Mariners teammates on Thursday through translator Antony Suzuki, when he noted he's ready for a long spring to be done.
3/28/2013 | Strong spring has Cahill confident heading into season
It would have been hard for D-backs right-hander Trevor Cahill to have had a better final outing of the spring. Cahill struck out 11 and allowed one unearned run in 5 2/3 innings against a lineup composed of Rangers Minor Leaguers.
3/28/2013 | Villanueva happy with final Cactus League start
Carlos Villanueva said he might have gotten just as much out of a 90-pitch bullpen session, but he was pleased with how things went in the final Cactus League appearance of his first spring with the Cubs.
3/28/2013 | Martin likely to start opener in center
Rangers manager Ron Washington is facing a difficult decision on who to start in center field Sunday in Texas' Opening Night game against the Astros at Houston -- left-handed-hitting Leonys Martin or right-handed-hitting Craig Gentry.
3/28/2013 | Marlins agree to deal with catcher Olivo
The Marlins have agreed to a contract with catcher Miguel Olivo, pending a physical. The veteran was released by the Reds on Tuesday.
3/28/2013 | Red Sox place Drew on seven-day DL
Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew, who is still feeling symptoms from the concussion he sustained on March 7, was placed on the seven-day disabled list prior to Thursday's night game against the Twins.
3/28/2013 | Valverde throws 'pen sessions for scouts in D.R.
A reunion between Jose Valverde and the Tigers is still characterized as highly unlikely, despite the team's current closer situation. But Valverde has thrown bullpen sessions for scouts from multiple teams in recent days in the Dominican Republic.
3/28/2013 | Johan has tear in shoulder, surgery possible
Mets pitcher Johan Santana has re-torn his left shoulder capsule, the team announced Thursday, with a second surgery "a strong possibility."
3/28/2013 | Bradley likely to make roster with Sweeney out
The Red Sox haven't made an official announcement yet, but indications were strong late Thursday night that prospect Jackie Bradley Jr. will be on the team's Opening Day roster.
3/28/2013 | Interest between Tigers, Tuiasosopo was mutual
Detroit tried to get Matt Tuiasosopo into a Tigers uniform last summer before the July 31 Trade Deadline.
3/28/2013 | Downs pitches way into Tigers' bullpen picture
Darin Downs will be spending Opening Day in the big leagues for the first time in his career and has a chance to become a vital cog in Detroit's bullpen.
3/28/2013 | Worth optioned to Triple-A as Tigers finalize roster
Danny Worth will report to Minor League camp on Friday or Saturday after the Tigers finalized their Opening Day roster on Thursday.
3/28/2013 | DL a possibility for Astros outfielder F. Martinez
After an exceptionally healthy spring camp, the Astros may have to put outfielder Fernando Martinez on the disabled list.
3/28/2013 | Final spring outing encourages Doc, Dubee
The numbers -- two runs on eight hits over 4 1/3 innings -- were hardly spectacular, but Roy Halladay was nonetheless pleased with the way he pitched Thursday against the Blue Jays in his final appearance of the spring.
3/28/2013 | Gio fires four shutout frames in spring finale
Gio Gonzalez's last start of the Grapefruit League season was, incredibly, his first at Space Coast Stadium in two years in a Nationals jersey. And just like that, he's leaving again.
3/28/2013 | J. Rivera out; Overbay, Francisco to make Yanks
The Yankees released veteran Juan Rivera from his Minor League contract on Thursday, giving Lyle Overbay the inside track to win the regular first-base job to open the season.
3/28/2013 | Mariano optimistic for Yanks despite injuries
As Mariano Rivera looks ahead to his final Opening Day, the Yankees' closer said that he does not know what emotions will be flowing through him when the team is announced before the April 1 game against the Red Sox.
3/28/2013 | Organist plays final notes at HoHoKam Park
As Spring training draws to a close, Cubs fans and players have to say goodbye to their Cactus League home since 1997, HoHoKam Park, as well as George Kiefer, the park's organist since 2005.
3/28/2013 | Maddon, Rays embrace high expectations
Manager Joe Maddon believes strongly that the Rays will regain their postseason swagger with a full season from Evan Longoria and a reloaded pitching staff.
3/28/2013 | O's confident they'll be back in the hunt
Last year, the Orioles snapped a streak of 14 consecutive losing seasons by earning a playoff spot. This year, they're ready to prove that 2012's success was no fluke.
3/28/2013 | Venters slated for elbow checkup with Dr. Andrews
The Braves should learn the extent of Jonny Venters' elbow injury next Wednesday, when he is scheduled to meet with Dr. James Andrews.
3/28/2013 | Cano not feeling pressure to carry Yankees
The Yankees' Opening Day lineup will be built around Robinson Cano's powerful bat, but the second baseman said that he does not feel any additional pressure to carry the team.
3/28/2013 | Youkilis excited for first Opening Day in pinstripes
Kevin Youkilis probably turned some of those boos he heard early this spring into "Youks," entering play on Thursday leading the Yankees in home runs (five) and RBIs (13).
3/28/2013 | Contract extension caps wild two days for Happ
First, there was the news Tuesday night that J.A. Happ won the final spot in Toronto's rotation over Ricky Romero. Then, the club announced Wednesday that Happ signed a two-year contract extension worth $8.9 million that includes a club option for 2015.
3/28/2013 | Cave Dwellers ring Opening Bell at NASDAQ
The nine new MLB Fan Cave Dwellers joined Major League Baseball chief marketing officer Jacqueline Parkes in ringing the NASDAQ Opening Bell on Thursday.
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