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  • La Stella goes 3-for-3 against the Royals
    Tommy La Stella went 3-for-3 and scored a run in Sunday's Cactus League match-up with the Royals.

    Advice: All three hits were singles, raising his average to .333 (13-for-39). Only two of his 13 hits have gone for extra bases (a double and a triple), which is emblematic of what to expect of him during the regular season. La Stella will mostly contribute off the bench.
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  • Jackson terrific in 4 2/3 IP against Royals
    Edwin Jackson threw the ball well on Sunday against the Royals, racking up 4 2/3 scoreless frames.

    Advice: The right-hander yielded just one hit and one walk while punching out three batters. Jackson has allowed 15 runs in 15 1/3 innings this spring, but six of them are unearned. The Cubs are hoping Jackson's turnaround has come just in time for the start of the regular season. He's still battling Travis Wood for the No. 5 spot in the rotation.
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  • Athletics reassign three to minor league camp
    Athletics reassigned INF Andy Parino, C Luke Carlin and 1B Max Muncy to minor league camp.

    Advice: The 29-year-old Parrino hit just .196 (9-for-46) with 11 strikeouts in Cactus League play. He'll continue to function as organizational infield depth for the A's. Carlin is expected to return to big league camp on Tuesday where he'll catch for Barry Zito.
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  • Chris Perez leaves with sprained ankle Sunday
    Chris Perez was removed from Sunday's Cactus League game with a minor right ankle sprain.

    Advice: The veteran right-hander recorded just one out before he succumbed to the injury. The Brewers are expected to make a decision early in the week whether or not Perez will win a spot in the team's Opening Day bullpen.
    Today, 3:41 pm
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  • O's reassign Parmelee, two others to minors
    Orioles reassigned INF Chris Parmelee, OF Dariel Alvarez and RHP Chaz Roe to minor league camp.

    Advice: With this round of cuts the Orioles have 37 players remaining in big league camp. The 27-year-old Parmelee could have secured a spot on the Opening Day roster with a strong spring, but hit just .160 (4-for-25) with one RBI and eight strikeouts in Grapefruit League competition. He should get a chance with the big league club at some point during the upcoming season.
    Today, 3:31 pm
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  • Robertson feels good after Sunday's outing
    David Robertson (forearm) felt good after his scoreless inning of work in Sunday's Cactus League contest.

    Advice: Robertson got three ground ball outs and allowed a double in his inning of work. After the White Sox closer indicated he was "feeling better than I did earlier in camp. Just needed some time to get the soreness out." It looks as though he should be ready to go for Opening Day and can safely be selected among the second tier of closers in fantasy drafts.
    Today, 3:07 pm
  • Cardinals option Dean Anna to Triple-A
    Cardinals optioned INF Dean Anna to Triple-A Memphis.

    Advice: The 28-year-old was expected to secure a reserve infielder job on the team's Opening Day roster, but hit a paltry .200 (4-for-20) with no homers and three RBI in Grapefruit League play. He'll function as organizational depth at Triple-A, and should be called upon at some point during the season.
    Today, 2:38 pm
  • Stolmy Pimentel goes two scoreless
    Stolmy Pimentel got the start against the Braves on Sunday and threw two scoreless innings.

    Advice: With Jeff Locke, Radhames Liz and Arquimedes Caminero all also out of options and likely in line for bullpen spots, Pimentel might find himself on waivers later this week. He'd almost certainly be picked up by a team looking for an arm with upside, but the Pirates have enough depth that they can afford to move on. The rest of their options are all better bets to help the team this year.
    Today, 2:31 pm
  • Shelby Miller pitches one-hit ball
    Shelby Miller allowed just one run and one hit through six innings Sunday against the Pirates.

    Advice: Miller opened the spring with a 108.00 ERA, so getting all of the way down to his current 3.44 is quite an accomplishment. He's allowed three runs over 18 innings in his last four starts.
    Today, 2:29 pm
  • Travis Snider hits first spring homer
    Travis Snider hit his first spring homer Sunday off the Twins' Ricky Nolasco.

    Advice: Snider hadn't only been without a homer, but he hadn't even driven in a run in 39 at-bats while hitting .256/.310/.282 this spring. He's something of a mixed-league sleeper this year because of the inviting right-field porch in Baltimore, but he's disappointed before.
    Today, 2:18 pm
  • Bryce Harper hits third homer
    Bryce Harper went 2-for-3 with a homer and a walk Saturday against the Marlins.

    Advice: Harper has homered in both games since missing Thursday's contest with a stomach virus. Aided by his 12 walks, he's sporting a fine .278/.458/.556 line in 36 at-bats for the spring.
    Today, 2:03 pm
  • Nathan Eovaldi goes 4 2/3 scoreless
    Nathan Eovaldi fanned five in 4 2/3 scoreless innings Sunday against the Astros.

    Advice: Eovaldi had been doing his work in minor league games, so this was his first start in 14 days. He's certainly pitched well in his spring appearances, allowing one run over 13 2/3 innings and posting a 14/0 K/BB ratio. We certainly liked his fantasy potential better than Miami than in New York, but the Yankees aren't going to regret trading Martin Prado for him.
    Today, 1:50 pm
  • Brad Peacock struggles in spring debut
    Brad Peacock gave up four runs -- three earned -- over two-thirds of an inning in his spring debut Sunday against the Yankees.

    Advice: Peacock is being brought along slowly after hip surgery, and he'll spend the first month of the season on a rehab assignment in the minors. If he does well, he could join the Astros rotation afterwrds.
    Today, 1:47 pm
  • Jimmy Paredes doubles twice
    Jimmy Paredes doubled twice Sunday in the Orioles' 4-2 win over the Blue Jays.

    Advice: It'll be easier for the Orioles to carry Paredes if either David Lough or J.J. Hardy starts off on the disabled list. The switch-hitter is batting .383/.388/.681 with 12 RBI in 47 at-bats. He's out of options, and since he can hit for average and play multiple positions, he'd probably be picked up quickly if the Orioles let him go.
    Today, 1:30 pm
  • Jake Petricka (forearm) still feels sore
    Jake Petricka is still feeling soreness in his right forearm.

    Advice: An MRI last week revealed no structural damage, but Petricka resumed throwing Saturday and it apparently didn't go well. With Opening Day just a week away, it's looking like he could be headed for the disabled list. Petricka is coming off a fine season, having put up a 2.96 ERA while recording 14 saves.
    Today, 11:43 am
  • David Hale (oblique) to play catch
    David Hale (oblique) will play catch from 90 feet Sunday.

    Advice: Hale was scratched from an outing last week due to a strained oblique. While he says he's not feeling any pain, it's not clear when he'll be cleared to throw off a mound. Hale will almost surely begin the season on the disabled list.
    Today, 11:10 am
  • Richards (knee) 'doubtful' for April 14 start
    Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports that it "seems doubtful" Garrett Richards (knee) will be ready on April 14 when the Angels first need a fifth starter.

    Advice: Richards was thrilled with how he felt during an appearance in a minor league game Saturday, but the Angels are understandably proceeding very cautiously with the young right-hander. DiGiovanna expects Richards to be ready "soon after" April 14. The Halos will go with four starters early on, with Andrew Heaney or Nick Tropeano looking likely to get the ball on April 14.
    Today, 10:33 am
  • McAllister will be Tribe's fourth starter
    Zach McAllister has been named the Indians' No. 4 starter.

    Advice: McAllister essentially had a spot in the rotation wrapped up Friday when Danny Salazar was optioned and then went out Saturday and struck out nine over five frames. We would've liked to have seen Salazar get a shot, but McAllister is a perfectly capable back-end starter with a career 3.93 FIP and 299/122 K/BB ratio over 363 1/3 innings.
    Today, 9:56 am
  • Joe Blanton unsure on using opt-out
    Joe Blanton is unsure whether he'll use the opt-out clause in his minor league contract.

    Advice: Blanton will not make the Royals' Opening Day roster, but they hope he'll report to Triple-A Omaha. The veteran right-hander can opt-out of this deal on April 1 or May 15 if he's not in the majors. "We’ll see when that comes," Blanton said. "I don’t know. I haven’t really thought about it yet, to be honest with you." Blanton holds a 2.79 ERA over 9 2/3 innings this spring.
    Today, 8:46 am
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  • Brad Peacock (hip) making spring debut
    Brad Peacock (hip) will make his Grapefruit League debut on Sunday.

    Advice: Peacock has been brought along slowly this spring as he works his way back from last October's hip surgery. He'll begin the season on the disabled list but could be an option for the Astros relatively early on in the year.
    Today, 8:36 am
  • Pinto (concussion) could play in game Mon.
    The Twins hope Josmil Pinto (concussion) will be cleared to play in a minor league game Monday.

    Advice: Pinto claims that he is no longer experiencing post-concussion symptoms, but he failed part of his concussion test on Friday. The results of a second test should be available Sunday, at which point he could be cleared for game action. The Twins hope Pinto will be ready for Opening Day, but if he's not they could potentially backdate a DL stint and he'd miss minimal time.
    Today, 8:31 am
  • David Freese (elbow) back in lineup
    David Freese (elbow) is back in the Angels' lineup Sunday.

    Advice: Freese hadn't played since suffering a hyperextended left elbow during a collision in Wednesday's game. He's batting .282 with a homer and seven RBI in 14 games this spring and will be fine for Opening Day.
    Today, 8:03 am
  • J.J. Hardy (shoulder) reports improvement
    J.J. Hardy reported improvement with his ailing left shoulder on Sunday.

    Advice: It's encouraging, but we won't have a clearer picture on Hardy's status until he undergoes an MRA on Monday. At this point the Orioles don't appear to be concerned that it's anything serious, but we'll just have to wait and see what the exam says.
    Today, 8:01 am
  • Henderson Alvarez to start on Opening Day
    The Marlins have named Henderson Alvarez their Opening Day starter.

    Advice: He'll toe the rubber on April 6 versus the Braves. The honor for Alvarez is well earned, as the right-hander is coming off a season where he held a 2.65 ERA across 30 starts. His fantasy value is held down by his lack of strikeouts, but he's still a mixed league-worthy asset.
    Today, 7:59 am
  • Report: Aaron Hill drawing trade interest
    Robert Murray of reports that the Diamondbacks are "getting trade calls" regarding Aaron Hill.

    Advice: Murray adds that it's "unclear who has expressed interest in Hill, but at least a few teams have come calling about him." CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reported earlier this month that the D'Backs were shopping Hill, so this comes as no surprise. With the club considering going with Nick Ahmed at shortstop and Chris Owings at second base, they'd probably be better off moving Hill if they can find a taker. He's owed $24 million through the end of next season.
    Today, 7:31 am
  • Max Stassi optioned to Triple-A
    Astros optioned C Max Stassi to Triple-A Fresno; re-assigned SS Carlos Correa, LHP Darin Downs, C Tyler Heineman, RHP James Hoyt and INF Gregorio Petit to minor league camp.

    Advice: Correa is the biggest name here, but it's obviously no surprise that the top prospect didn't crack the Opening Day roster. He'll begin the season at Double-A and could possibly push to debut before the end of 2015.
    Today, 5:36 am
  • McAllister fans nine Brewers in Indians win
    Zach McAllister struck out nine Brewers batters over five innings, allowing two runs Saturday.

    Advice: McAllister allowed six hits and didn't walk a batter, posting an impressive 9/0 K/BB ratio in the game. With Danny Salazar in Triple-A, McAllister has a good shot at winning a rotation spot with the Indians. Saturday's effort certainly helps that cause.
    Yesterday, 4:20 pm
  • Robertson (forearm) set to pitch Sunday
    David Robertson (forearm) is scheduled to pitch Sunday.

    Advice: Robertson has been dealing with some forearm soreness in camp, but as of now it doesn't appear to be anything major. If healthy, the right-hander will be the team's closer this season after saving 39 games for the Yankees in 2014.
    Yesterday, 2:08 pm
  • J.J. Hardy undergoing MRA exam on Monday
    J.J. Hardy is scheduled to undergo an MRA exam on his injured left shoulder on Monday.

    Advice: Hardy has been receiving treatment in recent days, but the Orioles want to ensure that there is no structural damage. He's expected to be held out of action until Tuesday.
    Yesterday, 9:38 am
  • Josmil Pinto failed concussion test on Friday
    Josmil Pinto failed part of his concussion test on Friday and is scheduled to retake it again on Sunday.

    Advice: Pinto claims that he is no longer experiencing post-concussion symptoms, but the team isn't quite ready to clear him just yet. As long as he's cleared on Sunday, he should be ready in time for the start of the regular season.
    Yesterday, 7:21 am
  • Hardy says shoulder still sore on Saturday
    J.J. Hardy indicated Saturday that his left shoulder was more sore than it was on Friday when he was removed from a Grapefruit League contest after sustaining the injury on a dive up the middle.

    Advice: Hardy received treatment for the injury and will be held out of team workouts on Saturday. The injury is still believed to be minor and isn't expected to effect his availability for the start of the regular season.
    Yesterday, 5:55 am
  • J.J. Hardy suffers shoulder injury
    J.J. Hardy left Friday's game against the Rays with a sore left shoulder.

    Advice: Hardy banged his shoulder on the ground on a dive up the middle. He's expected to be fine, though, as he wanted to take his next at-bat before Orioles manager Buck Showalter overruled him. Consider Hardy day-to-day.
    Friday, 11:52 am
  • David Freese (elbow) expected to play Sat.
    David Freese (elbow) is expected to return to action on Saturday.

    Advice: Freese suffered a hyperextended left elbow during a collision in Wednesday's game and is taking a couple days off as a precaution. He's batting .282 with a homer and seven RBI in 14 games this spring.
    Friday, 10:53 am
  • Petricka (forearm) to resume throwing Sat.
    Jake Petricka (forearm) will resume throwing on Saturday after an MRI came back clean.

    Advice: Petricka is dealing with some forearm soreness (the same ailment White Sox closer David Robertson has), but it appears to be of no concern. Barring a setback, the setup man will be fine for Opening Day. Robertson is expected to be OK, as well.
    Friday, 9:18 am
  • Bryce Harper (illness) returns to lineup
    Bryce Harper (illness) is back in the Nationals' lineup Friday.

    Advice: Harper missed a couple days of action due to a stomach bug, but he's obviously feeling better. The outfielder is batting .231/.444/.385 with one homer this spring.
    Friday, 6:38 am
  • Pinto (concussion) cleared for activities
    Josmil Pinto (concussion) has been cleared to resume all baseball activities.

    Advice: It's not clear when he'll play in a Grapefruit League game again, but Pinto is apparently no longer experiencing concussion-related symptoms. He's been on the shelf for a week of action. Pinto is expected to open the season as the Twins' primary backup behind Kurt Suzuki.
    Friday, 5:46 am
  • Jake Petricka nursing some arm soreness
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura said Thursday that Jake Petricka is dealing with some soreness in his throwing arm.

    Advice: The skipper indicated that it's merely "normal spring training soreness" and that he expects the setup man to be fine. "We have a few guys that are doing that right now," Ventura said. "When they are ready to go, they are ready to go. I don't think it's anything that's going to make them miss the start of the season." Closer David Robertson is also nursing minor soreness in his forearm, so it's possible ninth-inning duties could fall to Zach Putnam should Robertson and Petricka recover more slowly than expected. At this point, though, the White Sox don't seem to be worried.
    Thursday, 4:12 pm
  • Henderson Alvarez gives up two runs
    Henderson Alvarez allowed two runs and four hits over three innings before rain cut short his outing Thursday against the Cardinals.

    Advice: Alvarez finished his day in the bullpen while the game was delayed, so he still got all of his work in. He has a 5.54 ERA in 13 innings this spring.
    Thursday, 2:44 pm
  • Richards (knee) set for another minors game
    Garrett Richards (knee) will pitch in another minor league game on Saturday.

    Advice: Richards, who is coming back from patellar tendon surgery, threw four hitless innings in a minor league game on Monday. At this rate, he's not going to pitch in a Cactus League game by the end of camp. The good news is that he's progressing as planned. Look for him to join the Angels' rotation in mid-to-late April.
    Thursday, 2:12 pm
  • Freese out next few days with elbow injury
    David Freese will be out for the next couple of days with a hyperextended left elbow.

    Advice: Freese suffered the injury Wednesday in a collision. He told reporters that he's not concerned about it affecting his readiness for the Angels' season-opener. The third baseman is 11-for-39 (.282) with a homer and seven RBI in 14 games this spring.
    Thursday, 12:45 pm
  • Robertson has experienced forearm soreness
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura admitted Thursday that David Robertson has battled some forearm soreness this spring.

    Advice: That might help explain Robertson's 7.71 Cactus League ERA. Ventura added that he's not concerned about the $46 million closer being ready for Opening Day, but this is obviously something to monitor. Robertson had a 3.08 ERA with 39 saves and a 96/23 K/BB ratio in 64 1/3 innings last season with the Yankees. Zach Putnam and Jake Petricka are presumably next in line for saves in Chicago, though they're not worth grabbing yet in non-holds leagues.
    Thursday, 12:18 pm
  • Harper sent home early with stomach bug
    Bryce Harper was sent home early from Nationals camp on Thursday due to a stomach virus.

    Advice: Harper tried some light swinging but didn't feel so great. He's expected to return to Grapefruit League action Friday and he'll be in right field for the Nats on Opening Day. Harper has a homer, a stolen base, and an .829 OPS in 12 games this spring.
    Thursday, 11:34 am
  • Pinto (concussion) to hit in cage on Thursday
    Josmil Pinto (concussion) is planning to hit in a batting cage Thursday in Twins camp.

    Advice: Pinto suffered a concussion last Saturday when he was hit in the head by a backswing. He's hoping to get back into Grapefruit League action over the weekend and he should be fine for the start of the season.
    Thursday, 7:23 am
  • Hale (oblique) scratched from start
    David Hale was scratched from Thursday's scheduled start due to an oblique strain.

    Advice: Hale said he'll shut things down for 2-3 days before trying to throw again. It's bad timing, as the Rockies are already short on healthy starters and Hale was a favorite for a spot. Oblique injuries are very tricky, so the disabled list is a real possibility.
    Wednesday, 9:48 am
  • Peacock (hip) nearing Grapefruit action
    Brad Peacock (hip) could throw in a Grapefruit League game on Sunday.

    Advice: Peacock, who is coming off October hip surgery, pitched in a minor league intrasquad game on Tuesday. He could be DL-bound for the start of the season, but he's not far off.
    Wednesday, 9:15 am
  • Pinto (concussion) ready for limited activity
    Josmil Pinto (concussion) has been cleared to resume limited baseball activity.

    Advice: Pinto suffered a concussion when he was hit in the head by a backswing on Saturday, but he plans to hit in the cage Wednesday and perhaps even do some catching work. The Twins will surely keep an eye on him to see how he responds, but it sounds like he won't miss much time.
    Wednesday, 6:40 am
  • Edwin Jackson late to park, hammered by A's
    Edwin Jackson had a miserable afternoon on Tuesday, surrendering eight runs on nine hits in 1 2/3 innings against the Athletics in Cactus League play.

    Advice: Jackson was supposed to start for the Cubs in this one, but arrived to the park late after Google Maps routed him to the Athletics former spring training home at Phoenix Municipal Stadium rather than their new dwelling of Hohokam Park in Mesa. Seven of the nine hits he allowed came consecutively in a six-run third inning. He's attempting to make the Cubs as a long reliever, though his 7.59 ERA isn't inspiring any confidence.
    Tuesday, 6:18 pm
  • Peacock to throw in minors game Tue.
    Astros manager A.J. Hinch said that Brad Peacock (hip) threw in a minor league intrasquad game Tuesday.

    Advice: Peacock was originally scheduled to pitch Monday, but the outing got pushed back due to rain. The 27-year-old is working his way back from October hip surgery and doesn't have enough time to get stretched out for a rotation spot. Odds are he'll begin the season on the disabled list and go on a minor league rehab assignment.
    Tuesday, 12:22 pm
  • Pinto (concussion) feeling improvement
    Twins general manager Terry Ryan said Tuesday that Josmil Pinto (concussion) is doing better.

    Advice: Pinto suffered a concussion when he was hit in the head by Adam Jones' backswing on Saturday. He has resumed riding a bike, but it's unclear when he'll be ready for baseball activities. Obviously the Twins will handle the situation with care.
    Tuesday, 10:09 am
  • McAllister tosses four solid innings vs. A's
    Zach McAllister limited the Athletics to one unearned run over four innings in Monday's Cactus League start.

    Advice: McAllister held the A's to two hits and two walks while striking out four on the afternoon. He lowered his spring ERA to 3.21 in the process, helping his bid to make the back of the Indians' starting rotation. He still ranks behind Danny Salazar and T.J. House, but he still has some time to pad his case.
    Mar 23, 4:17 pm
  • Richards (knee) throws in minor league game
    Garrett Richards (knee) tossed four hitless innings Monday in a minor league game.

    Advice: Great to hear. Richards, who is coming off patellar tendon surgery in his left knee, threw a total of 53 pitches while striking out three and walking a pair. It's unclear if his next outing will be on the Cactus League side or not, but he remains on track to join the Angels' rotation around mid-April.
    Mar 23, 2:39 pm
  • Shelby Miller limits Tigers to one run
    Shelby Miller held a Tigers split-squad to one run in five innings Sunday as the Braves won 5-3.

    Advice: Since giving up four runs in one-third of an inning his first time out, Miller has allowed two runs over 12 innings, lowering his spring ERA from 108.00 to a somewhat more reasonable 4.38.
    Mar 22, 1:17 pm
  • Pinto (concussion) to be held out 4-5 days
    Josmil Pinto will be held out of baseball activities for 4-5 days due to a concussion.

    Advice: Pinto's teammate Eduardo Escobar told reporters Pinto didn't sustain a concussion in Saturday's game, but that was obviously uninformed opinion. A CT scan came back negative, but Pinto reported feeling dizzy Saturday, Twins manager Paul Molitor said. Concussions are notoriously fickle, so it's tough to say how long Pinto may be sidelined.
    Mar 22, 8:21 am
  • Pinto avoids concussion after rough day
    Josmil Pinto did not suffer a concussion as a result of being hit in the head by Adam Jones' backswing Saturday, teammate Eduardo Escobar said.

    Advice: Pinto was actually hit by Jones' backswing three times, according to St. Paul Pioneer Press reporter Mike Berardino. The backstop was evaluated for a concussion Saturday, but Escobar said his teammate is "OK" and that he's feeling better. Pinto didn't travel with the Twins for their Sunday Grapefruit League game, and the team should give a clearer picture of his status shortly.
    Mar 22, 5:09 am
  • Hale gives up four runs in loss to Indians
    David Hale allowed four runs -- one earned -- on five hits over 2 1/3 innings in Saturday's Cactus League loss to the Indians.

    Advice: Hale struck out two and didn't walk a batter in his time on the mound. He owns a 5.79 ERA in spring games. On the bright side, Hale has struck out 11 over 9 1/3 innings of work. With Jorge De La Rosa ailing, Hale could find his way into the Rockies' rotation to start the year.
    Mar 21, 4:12 pm
  • Blanton limits White Sox to one run Saturday
    Joe Blanton held the White Sox to one run on six hits over 4 2/3 innings in Saturday's Cactus League start.

    Advice: Blanton walked two while striking out three. A non-roster invite, Blanton is trying to win a spot in the Royals' bullpen. His 2.79 ERA in 9 2/3 innings will certainly give Royals management something to think about.
    Mar 21, 4:08 pm
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  • Josmil Pinto being evaluated for concussion
    Josmil Pinto is being evaluated for a concussion after being hit in the head by the backswing of Adam Jones during Friday's Grapefruit League contest.

    Advice: Pinto has already missed time this spring with a quad injury. He's expected to open the season as the primary backup behind Kurt Suzuki, though any missed time at this stage could put those plans in jeopardy. The Twins should have an update on his status shortly.
    Mar 21, 11:52 am
  • Peacock could work in minors game on Monday
    Brad Peacock (hip) is scheduled to throw in a minor league game on Monday.

    Advice: As long as everything goes well, he should then be cleared to work in a big league game at some point in the next two weeks. His availability for the start of the regular season remains in question.
    Mar 21, 8:48 am
  • Bryce Harper hits first homer
    Bryce Harper hit his first homer Friday off the Astros' Jake Buchanan.

    Advice: Harper is hitting just .238 this spring, but it comes with eight walks in 21 at-bats and an .877 OPS. He's been hitting third for the Nationals with Jayson Werth out. It's unclear if he'll stay in that spot once Werth is back, but it appears to be a given that he'll hit somewhere in the middle of the order.
    Mar 20, 1:29 pm
  • Edwin Jackson goes four against D'Backs
    Edwin Jackson was charged with three runs -- two earned -- over four frames against the Diamondbacks on Thursday.

    Advice: The right-hander gave up four hits, walked one and struck out three, also adding an RBI double at the plate. Jackson has been decent in his last two outings after a rough first start, but he's still almost surely slated for long relief.
    Mar 19, 8:42 pm
  • Stolmy Pimentel gives up two runs to Orioles
    Stolmy Pimentel gave up two runs in an inning of relief Thursday against the Orioles.

    Advice: Pimentel, who ran out of options in 2013, would have been claimed on waivers last August, but he instead opted to go on the disabled list, allowing the Pirates to keep him. The reward figured to be a chance to compete for a rotation spot this spring. However, he's never factored into that mix behind Vance Worley and Jeff Locke. The Pirates have to decide whether to keep him as a reliever -- a tougher call with Locke also out of options and seemingly destined for the pen -- or to let his strong arm make his way elsewhere. He hasn't helped his cause by giving up five runs in five innings this spring.
    Mar 19, 2:40 pm
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