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3/7/2013 | Spring matchups carry plenty of meaning for players
Ballplayers are a meticulous breed, and when it comes to matchups, in their mind every edge matters. So, when Spring Training games are coined "meaningless," as they so often are, in the eyes of the players that's not entirely true.

3/7/2013 | Powerhouses Venezuela, DR clash to open Pool C
The Dominican Republic has appeared unstoppable in two exhibition games against Major League clubs. A different sort of test awaits Thursday night, when it opens World Baseball Classic Pool C play against Venezuela in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

3/7/2013 | Italy, Mexico set to square off with much to prove
They're long shots but they're hopeful. When Mexico takes on Italy in the opening game of World Baseball Classic first-round Pool D play at 1:05 p.m. MT on Thursday afternoon at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, two teams who aren't necessarily considered the heavyweights in the tournament will be trying to prove that they have what it takes to contend for an international title.

3/7/2013 | Lotzkar throws inning against Canadian countrymen
Truth be told, Reds pitching prospect Kyle Lotzkar wasn't entirely comfortable about facing his opponent in a relief appearance Wednesday. The foes were Canada's World Baseball Classic team. Lotzkar, 23, hails from outside of Vancouver, British Columbia.

3/7/2013 | Pitchers have desire, pedigree Team USA needs
The U.S., which has finished no higher than fourth in the first two World Baseball Classics won by Japan, can only go into the tournament with the pitching staff it has, not the pitching staff it wishes it had. The guys who are here want to be here.

3/6/2013 | Rockies pitching key both for and against USA
Taking advantage of pitching that they loaned to Team USA, the Rockies knocked seven straight ninth-inning singles to win a World Baseball Classic exhibition game, 8-7, on Wednesday night at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

3/6/2013 | Phillips a spark as Team USA falls to Rockies
Taking advantage of pitching that they loaned to Team USA, the Rockies knocked seven straight ninth-inning singles to win a World Baseball Classic exhibition game, 8-7, on Wednesday night at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

3/6/2013 | Reds romp against Votto-less Team Canada
No Joey Votto, no problem for the Reds during a 12-2 victory Wednesday at Goodyear Ballpark. Cincinnati sent nine men to the plate during a six-run bottom of the second inning that featured Ryan Ludwick's three-run home run.

3/6/2013 | Homer surge a good sign Bruce settling in
One of several Reds to get off to a slow start at the plate this spring, Jay Bruce zoomed to the top of the leaderboard in home runs in just one game.

3/6/2013 | Blackmon sidelined by right knee infection
Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon once more is dealing with an ill-timed Spring Training injury. Blackmon hasn't played since Friday because of an infection in his right knee. It is not clear when he will return to action.

3/6/2013 | Tulowitzki gets another test vs. Team USA
If shortstop Troy Tulowitzki's wish had come true, he'd have been wearing the red, white and blue in the Team USA World Baseball Classic exhibition game with the Rockies on Wednesday night at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Instead, he wore purple pinstripes and a smile.

3/6/2013 | Heads-up play leaves Moustakas with cut lip
Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas was not happy about a baseline collision that gave him a cut upper lip.

3/6/2013 | Return to natural arm slot could be key for Weaver
Here's something that can give even the most confident American League hitter pause: Jered Weaver is feeling better than he's felt in years. Weaver, who has finished in the top three of the AL Cy Young Award balloting in each of the past two years, said Wednesday that he's back to his old form.

3/6/2013 | Rangers agree to Minor League deal with Lowe
The Rangers have signed veteran pitcher Derek Lowe to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training on Wednesday. Lowe, who is expected to fly to Arizona on Thursday, comes to camp primarily as a candidate for the bullpen.

3/6/2013 | Cecil knows bullpen spot not a given
Brett Cecil appears to have increased his velocity over the past two Spring Trainings, and his contract is out of options, but he knows competition for a spot in the bullpen remains difficult.

3/6/2013 | Fiers working to improve two-seamer
Mike Fiers is not only fighting to make the starting rotation, he also set a goal to throw 200 innings this season. He believes a new and improved two-seam fastball will get him there.

3/6/2013 | Papi gets day off, could be nearing game action
Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz had a designed day of rest on Wednesday, according to manager John Farrell.

3/6/2013 | Yaz makes annual foray to Spring Training
There was a familiar visitor to Red Sox camp on Wednesday morning as No. 8 put on his uniform for the first time this spring.

3/6/2013 | Prospect Westmoreland announces retirement
Ryan Westmoreland, a former top prospect for the Red Sox, announced his retirement from baseball on Wednesday by e-mailing a small group of media members.

3/6/2013 | Davey has good idea of Nats' lineup composition
Davey Johnson has known for weeks -- no, months -- the composition of the Nationals' 2013 roster. It's his long-standing theory that Spring Training is a time for preparation. The exhibition season is not a proving ground for young players.

3/6/2013 | Locke takes step forward in rotation audition
Jeff Locke is getting used to pitching at JetBlue Park. If the Pirates played in the American League East, that could be seen as a positive sign about his ability to pitch at Fenway. Instead, he'll take his strong outing on Wednesday as a step in the right direction along the path of getting ready for life in the National League Central.

3/6/2013 | In any inning, or weather, Coke focuses on own game
A Wednesday with gusty winds and a cloudless sky, where every fly ball at Joker Marchant Stadium became an adventure, helped show why Phil Coke is not panicking about Detroit's situation at closer.

3/6/2013 | Cards could use Adams in reserve role
Matt Adams may not make the Cardinals' Opening Day roster. But if he doesn't, it won't be because he needs more seasoning or everyday playing time.

3/6/2013 | Freese gets day off to rest sore tailbone
David Freese sat out Wednesday's Cardinals' game against the Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium, still a bit sore from a tumble he took in a game on Monday.

3/6/2013 | Yankees -- and their fans -- in for an interesting ride
The Yanks will begin this season picked to finish behind the Rays and Blue Jays in the AL East. Some will pick them to end up behind the O's and Red Sox, too. Because the Yanks have little power and an aging roster, every game is going to be a challenge. Suddenly, fans will be keeping an eye on the farm. On the other hand, fans will now be able to enjoy all the small moments that add up to a season.


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