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3/10/2013 | For USA, winning in Classic tougher than people think
The level of competition in the World Baseball Classic is, as manager of Team USA Joe Torre put it Sunday, "ferocious." For many of us -- us being American baseball fans -- there is a belief that victory in international competition is basically a birthright for our national baseball team. The record of this competition says something different.

3/10/2013 | McAllister impresses Francona, wins rotation spot
Zach McAllister has been called into the manager's office during Spring Training a couple times of throughout his career. In previous years, it usually meant that the pitcher would be cleaning out his locker in the big league clubhouse and moving back to the Minor League side of the complex. On Sunday morning, McAllister had a meeting with Indians manager Terry Francona, where the manager informed him that he had secured a spot in the Indians' Opening Day rotation.

3/10/2013 | Perez expected back from the Classic by Tuesday
Catcher Salvador Perez, with his Venezuelan team eliminated in the World Baseball Classic, is expected back in the Royals' camp shortly.

3/10/2013 | Konerko showing little sign of slowing down
Spring Training statistics mean very little in terms of regular-season success, but White Sox hitting coach Jeff Manto believes Paul Konerko is ahead of schedule in terms of his preparation.

3/10/2013 | Crain takes another step toward return
Jesse Crain threw off the mound for the second time in four days in testing his strained right adductor muscle and called Sunday's session "a step up from the last one."

3/10/2013 | Keppinger sidelined by irritation in shoulder
The White Sox scratched Jeff Keppinger from Sunday's starting lineup during split-squad action in Peoria due to slight right shoulder irritation.

3/10/2013 | Smith eager to contribute to A's crowded outfield
Even with a measurably diminished role on the horizon, Seth Smith still fits into the Athletics' plan for 2013, giving Oakland considerable depth in the outfield.

3/10/2013 | Sale bursting with pride for alma mater
It has been an especially good week for White Sox hurler Chris Sale. First, he agreed to a five-year, $32.5 million extension with the team as announced Thursday and then Saturday, his alma mater from Florida Gulf Coast University won the Atlantic Sun men's postseason tournament and earned its first-ever NCAA tournament bid.

3/10/2013 | Francis proud of Canada's Classic effort
Rockies left-hander Jeff Francis, a Vancouver native, watched the television with nothing but pride as Canada was falling short at the end of its 9-4 loss to Team USA in the World Baseball Classic on Sunday.

3/10/2013 | CarGo, Chacin finish Classic on high note
Team Venezuela's losses in the World Baseball Classic will be the Rockies' gain, as All-Star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez and potential ace pitcher Jhoulys Chacin will be returning to the club shortly.

3/10/2013 | Escalona vying for job in Rockies' bullpen
Colorado Rockies right-hander Edgmer Escalona, out of Minor League options, is making progress at Spring Training in an effort to forge a bullpen spot for himself.

3/10/2013 | Saunders' presence felt with Pool D MVP honors
Representing Canada in the World Baseball Classic meant so much to the Seattle Mariners' Michael Saunders that he hardly smiled when he was named Pool D Most Valuable Player after homering in the 9-4 loss to Team USA.

3/10/2013 | Francoeur impressed with Royals' ability to score runs
Maybe the Royals will use their off day on Monday to catch their breath. In the last two games -- a 13-2 victory over the Giants, followed by a 17-11 romp over the Angels -- they've combined for 38 hits and 30 runs.

3/10/2013 | Hochevar, Chen struggle against the Angels
The battle between Luke Hochevar and Bruce Chen for the Royals' No. 5 starting job was a standoff on Sunday. They both got banged around in a 17-11 win over the Angels.

3/10/2013 | Yost OK with courtesy runner for Pujols
It wasn't a local kickball game, but it felt like it the two times Albert Pujols reached base and gave way to what can simply be called a "courtesy runner."

3/10/2013 | Catch the Classic live with used Grapefruit tickets
Fans attending Grapefruit League Spring Training games in Florida this week will also get a chance to see the Dominican Republic, Italy, Puerto Rico and the United States square off in World Baseball Classic action.

3/10/2013 | Courtesy runner takes Pujols' place on bases
It wasn't a local kickball game, but it felt like it the two times Albert Pujols reached base and gave way to what can simply be called a "courtesy runner."

3/10/2013 | Carraway gets valuable experience in spring start
This wasn't the way Andrew Carraway would have drawn up his first Cactus League start, but the Mariners right-hander says he learned a lot in a rough two-inning outing in Seattle's 11-7 loss to the White Sox on Sunday.

3/10/2013 | Moreland ready to get back into game action
First baseman Mitch Moreland was out of the lineup for a second straight game on Sunday while dealing with some tightness in his left quad muscle. There is a good chance he could return either Monday against the Giants or Tuesday against the Brewers. According to Moreland, he could have played today against the Indians.

3/10/2013 | Hawkins eager to flip script on MLB arrival
Outfield prospect Courtney Hawkins possesses the five-tool talent to move quickly through the White Sox system.

3/10/2013 | Andrus, others return from World Baseball Classic
Elvis Andrus is on his way back to Arizona and has something waiting for him when he arrives. One of his teammates posted a "Welcome Back Elvis" sign on his locker Sunday morning after the news that Venezuela had been knocked out in the first round of the World Basketball Classic. Spain and Mexico also failed to advance, so the Rangers will also get outfielder Engel Beltre and catcher Junior Felix back soon.

3/10/2013 | Harrison, sidelined with toe issue, may play this week
Pitcher Matt Harrison, who was scratched from his last start because of toe inflammation on his left foot, threw a full bullpen on Sunday without any problems. The Rangers have decided not to send him back to Dallas for further examination. Harrison, who was scratched from Saturday's start against the Padres, could get into a game later this week.

3/10/2013 | Beltre may join Dominican Classic team in Round 2
Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre says he will know in a few days if he will join the Dominican Republic in the second round of the World Baseball Classic. There are two issues at hand: Beltre is not happy with the way he is swinging the bat, and officials from the Dominican Republic are double-checking the rule about adding players to the tournament.

3/10/2013 | Dodgers offense enjoys encouraging Sunday
Matt Kemp had his first two hits and his first RBI, Carl Crawford returned to outdoor batting practice and even Juan Uribe got into the act with a homer as the Dodgers' offense had a good Sunday.

3/10/2013 | Improved Kershaw is far from satisfied
Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw allowed one unearned run in five innings against the Rockies on Sunday, but the ever-competative ace still saw plenty of room for improvement.

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