3/5/2013 | Henderson, Axford close out win for Canada
Team Canada scored four times in the eighth inning against a wild Michael Gonzalez and Jim Henderson and John Axford shut down their Brewers teammates for a 7-4 exhibition win at Maryvale Baseball Park on Tuesday.
3/5/2013 | Jurrjens encouraged by his latest spring outing
With a spot in the Orioles' rotation on the line, Jair Jurrjens is trying to get there as quickly as possible. He was relatively pleased with how Tuesday's outing went in Dunedin, Fla.
3/5/2013 | Stanton, Braun net Team USA a tie with White Sox
Giancarlo Stanton had three RBIs, including two in the eighth, and Ryan Braun had three hits in Team USA's 4-4 stalemate with the White Sox on Tuesday in Glendale, Ariz. Derek Holland allowed one run over three innings in his start.
3/5/2013 | Floyd, White Sox fight to a draw with Team USA
Gavin Floyd tossed 2 2/3 scoreless innings and Paul Konerko went 3-for-3 with an RBI to help the White Sox to a 4-4 tie with Team USA on Tuesday in Glendale, Ariz.
3/5/2013 | Porter hopes Bedard returns to action soon
Left-hander Erik Bedard has been limited to only two innings this spring because of a strained gluteal muscle. Astros manager Bo Porter said Bedard had been scheduled to pitch Saturday's game against the Braves, but he didn't pitch.
3/5/2013 | Haren: 'A lot of good stuff' in start
It being a Spring Training start, Dan Haren was able to look at his third-inning hiccup on Tuesday as a positive.
3/5/2013 | Taveras on a fast track to bigs thanks to talent, tools
In Oscar Taveras, the Cards have an outfielder who has taken the raw talent that was so striking at 16 and molded himself into one of baseball's top prospects.
3/5/2013 | Rendon's goal is to have camp Nats will remember
Third baseman Anthony Rendon is making a strong impression in Nationals camp. But Rendon, 22, knows he will not be with the big club very long.
3/5/2013 | Kemp makes first spring start in outfield
Matt Kemp on Tuesday made his first start in the Dodgers' outfield since undergoing left shoulder surgery.
3/5/2013 | Greinke, Ryu set for big starts; Lilly scratched
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly wouldn't mind being in two places at once Wednesday, as $200 million offseason acquisitions Zack Greinke and Hyun-Jin Ryu start in split-squad games at different venues, each with an issue to resolve.
3/5/2013 | Brushing aside jitters, Pujols happy to make debut
Albert Pujols gets nervous, just like anyone else. But only three times a year. Pujols, a three-time Most Valuable Player and a nine-time All-Star, faced one of those rare occasions against the Reds on Tuesday, when he made his first appearance in Spring Training.
3/5/2013 | Team USA among eight Classic teams facing MLB clubs
While Team USA won't open play in the World Baseball Classic until Friday, fans will get their first look at the team today in a 3:05 p.m. ET exhibition game against the White Sox in Glendale, Ariz.
3/5/2013 | A's announce 20-year agreement with city of Mesa
The Athletics announced on Tuesday a 20-year agreement with the city of Mesa, Ariz., that will bring the club back to the East Valley city for Spring Training starting in 2015.
3/5/2013 | Draft Watch: Pitchers highlight College Classic
The pitching matchup was Rice's Austin Kubitza against North Carolina's Kent Emanuel. The duo put on an exhibition, more in terms of command than crazy radar-gun readings, in the Tar Heels' 2-1 win Friday.
3/5/2013 | A model student, Zunino absorbs all aspects of game
Impressive in his pro debut last summer, catcher Mike Zunino is getting a chance to accelerate his development with exposure to big league players and the big league staff in Mariners camp.
3/5/2013 | Neck stiffness to keep Markakis out a few days
Nick Markakis said he will be out at least a few more days, as the O's right fielder is dealing with neck stiffness that has sidelined him since Sunday.
3/5/2013 | After clot ends '12, Gee grateful to be back
Dillon Gee never actually grew frightened -- he didn't have time for that -- until he arrived at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York and saw a magnetic resonance image of his right arm.
3/5/2013 | Chang helps China stun Brazil, earn '17 berth
Ray Chang's clutch two-run single in the bottom of the eighth inning propelled the Chinese to a 5-2 win over Brazil in World Baseball Classic Pool A action on Tuesday in Japan. With the win, China earned an automatic berth in the 2017 Classic.
3/5/2013 | Netherlands tops Australia to advance in Classic
Orioles prospect Jonathan Schoop blasted a two-run homer to power the Kingdom of the Netherlands past Australia, 4-1, on Tuesday in Taiwan. With the win, the Dutch earned a spot in the second round of the World Baseball Classic.
3/5/2013 | New movie '42' the talk of Jackie Foundation Dinner
Thomas Tull grew up 45 minutes from Cooperstown, N.Y., made his first trip to the National Baseball Hall of Fame at the age of 7 and kept the story of Jackie Robinson close to his heart into adulthood. On Monday night, he was presented by Hank Aaron with one of the 2013 ROBIE Awards at the Jackie Robinson Foundation Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria.
3/5/2013 | Veterans give younger players examples to follow
Often the image in our minds of a great leader is one player, surrounded by his teammates before a game, using loud words and demonstrative body language to motivate his team to victory. But in a sport in which personal and team-wide highs and lows are all but guaranteed, it's often a calm, steady influence that inspires and carries a team through a 162-game season.
3/4/2013 | Robinson Foundation Scholars display strong bond
The Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholars visited the MLB.com office Monday, and they seemed right at home.
3/4/2013 | Vargas lets it fly in impressive Angels debut
Jason Vargas made quick work of the A's on Monday, and then he worked just as rapidly in the postgame interview. Vargas, making his first start for the Angels, threw two no-hit innings against Oakland and said afterward that he was just gripping it and ripping it.
3/4/2013 | Comeback attempt just feels right for Crosby
Bobby Crosby says he's sorry this story isn't better, that he wishes he could pinpoint the moment at which he decided to try a comeback. He really can't even identify the month. It might have been just before Thanksgiving. Anyway, the important thing is that, at 33, Crosby felt compelled to walk off the golf course and back into baseball.
3/4/2013 | Stults takes inside track to spot in rotation
San Diego manager Bud Black said Monday that while left-hander Eric Stults might not be guaranteed a spot in the starting rotation, he has an advantage over the rest of the competition based on his showing last season.
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