2/27/2013 | Teixeira tired of ongoing PED discussion
Mark Teixeira has been an outspoken critic of performance-enhancing drug use in baseball, commenting that he is "sick" of the topic being discussed, and the Yankees first baseman said that he is not alone among his peers.
2/27/2013 | Castro day to day after exiting with tight hamstring
Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro had to leave Wednesday's game and is day to day because of tightness in his left hamstring.
2/27/2013 | Wheeler's injury brings back bad memories
Bad news travels faster in these days of texting and Tweeting than it did when its speed first was measured. So by 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, the New York baseball community was fully aware of the latest "Uh oh!" involving the Mets.
2/27/2013 | MLBPA not concerned about Yanks reducing payroll
Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner vowed to reduce payroll below $189 million in 2014, but Michael Weiner said the Major League Baseball Players Association is "not overly concerned" by the team's financial goals.
2/27/2013 | Laird catching on quite nicely with Braves
Spring Training is only a few weeks old, but new Braves catcher Gerald Laird is quickly endearing himself to his new teammates on and off the diamond.
2/27/2013 | Harang focused on starting amid rotation logjam
Aaron Harang is a starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. And until someone tells the burly right-hander otherwise, that's exactly what he's preparing for this spring.
2/27/2013 | Jerseys for d'Arnaud, den Dekker not uniform
For those players with unorthodox names -- Travis d'Arnaud and Matt den Dekker -- New York's uniforms are anything but uniform.
2/27/2013 | Booty still technically Marlins' property
As Josh Booty was getting ready to pitch in an intrasquad game on Tuesday, D-backs pitching coach Charles Nagy told him about a report from FOXsports.com that Booty was technically still the property of the Marlins
2/27/2013 | In Miami, expect World Baseball Classic to heat up
In the second round of the World Baseball Classic, there's promise for at least one very meaningful game every day and potential for intriguing matchups in Miami.
2/27/2013 | Thornton passes live BP test
White Sox reliever Matt Thornton threw two sets of 20 pitches during Wednesday's live batting-practice session, officially putting behind him triceps soreness from early in camp.
2/27/2013 | Wacha impresses Molina, Matheny in shutout outing
The compliment came unsolicited from Yadier Molina, who, after catching only three of Michael Wacha's five Grapefruit League innings, offered a bold assessment on Wednesday.
2/27/2013 | Padres finally able to test Forsythe at shortstop
After missing out on the opportunity because of injury last spring, the Padres got a glimpse of Logan Forsythe playing shortstop on Wednesday when the versatile veteran started at the position in Wednesday's split-squad game against the A's.
2/27/2013 | Quentin's delayed start isn't a concern
Padres manager Bud Black said on Wednesday there was no need to read anything into the fact that outfielder Carlos Quentin hasn't appeared in Cactus League play.
2/27/2013 | Complete circle would fit Blue Jays just fine
Once upon a time, the Toronto Blue Jays were baseball's model organization, and that's one of the things that makes this 2013 season even more interesting.
2/27/2013 | Johnson gets test run in left field
Kelly Johnson is expected to play a lot of second base this season, but he'll see time in left field, as well.
2/27/2013 | Rodriguez could see time at first against lefties
Sean Rodriguez played first base in the late innings of Monday afternoon's 6-3 win over the Red Sox. Manager Joe Maddon noted that seeing Rodriguez wearing a first baseman's mitt could become a common site this season.
2/27/2013 | Sale confident in ability to duplicate success
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale emerged as a top starter in the American League last season, but that only raised questions about his ability to duplicate that level of success over a long period of time.
2/27/2013 | Francisco goes yard as Braves edge Tigers
While Prince Fielder and Juan Francisco traded mammoth home runs to the depths of right field at Joker Marchant Stadium, the Tigers couldn't overcome the early lead the Braves built off Rick Porcello en route to a 5-3 win Wednesday afternoon.
2/27/2013 | Cordero's comeback moves to big league camp
When Chad Cordero was recently pulled off the field in Minor League camp by Angels assistant general manager Scott Servais, he thought it was to simply go over Monday's outing -- his first appearance in a game in nearly two years. Instead, he got an invitation to Major League camp.
2/27/2013 | Myers comfortable moving back into rotation
Brett Myers is a competitor, and he made it clear that he is willing to do whatever is asked of him to help out the team, which is why he made the switch to the bullpen last season. Now he is back in his normal role as a starter.
2/27/2013 | Yost believes Royals ready for Classic
Manager Ned Yost said the seven departing Royals players will be prepared for the World Baseball Classic. The players -- four pitchers, two infielders and a catcher -- are scheduled to leave Sunday.
2/27/2013 | Hensley working hard to impress in Reds' camp
Appearing in 60 games for the World Series champion Giants last season, new Reds reliever Clay Hensley will get a ring when they're handed out at the beginning of the regular season. Now, he is in camp with the Reds, hoping to make the 2013 roster.
2/27/2013 | Springer's two blasts power Astros past Blue Jays
George Springer recorded a pair of homers and five RBIs as the Astros walked all over the Blue Jays in a 10-1 victory on Wednesday.
2/27/2013 | Berkman ready for first Cactus League action
Lance Berkman will be in the Texas lineup for the first time this spring when the Rangers host the Indians on Thursday in Surprise.
2/27/2013 | Prospects Hultzen, Walker provide preview of future
Wednesday's win over the Indians was impressive in that it provided a showcase for Danny Hultzen and Taijuan Walker, the top two pitching prospects in the system. The two combined for six strikeouts in four innings in the victory.
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