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    Keeper Baseball 2015 (ID# 27702)
    • Gavin Floyd shut down with 'general soreness'
      Gavin Floyd had to halt a live batting practice session on Wednesday after seven pitches due to "general soreness."

      Advice: Floyd isn't concerned, but his next step has yet to be determined. Indians manager Terry Francona noted that the soreness the righty is experiencing is in a different spot than was operated on last June. If Floyd were get a late start to the season, Danny Salazar and T.J. House could both be penciled into the Indians' rotation. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 8:14 am
    • Jorge De La Rosa (groin) scratched from start
      Jorge De La Rosa was scratched from Saturday's scheduled outing due to left groin tightness.

      Advice: It's just a precautionary move, as De La Rosa will play catch Friday, throw off the mound Saturday and plans to make his next scheduled start next week. As long as he doesn't have a setback, the veteran left-hander will be fine for Opening Day. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 8:05 am
    • Yu Darvish (triceps) set to undergo MRI
      Yu Darvish (triceps) will undergo an MRI on Friday.

      Advice: Darvish had to exit Thursday's Cactus League appearance due to right triceps tightness. He reported improvement Friday and the Rangers don't seem to be worried, but it's protocol for them to order an MRI just in case. Even if the MRI comes back clean, he would figure to rest a bit as a precaution. The results will be in on Saturday. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 7:45 am
    • MRI shows damage to Tim Collins' UCL
      An MRI of Tim Collins' left elbow has shown damage to his ulnar collateral ligament.

      Advice: Collins will get a second opinion, but it appears that he's headed for Tommy John surgery. The diminutive left-hander was injured during his first Cactus League appearance on Wednesday. Collins is set to earn $1.475 million this season in his second year of arbitration eligibility. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 7:22 am
    • Kirkman (shoulder) throws successful 'pen
      Michael Kirkman (shoulder) felt only normal soreness during a bullpen session Wednesday.

      Advice: It's not clear when Kirkman will be ready for game action, but it appears he's nearly back on track after missing some time with shoulder soreness. He's in camp with the Rangers as a non-roster invitee. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 7:02 am
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    • Parnell (elbow) to appear in game March 10
      Bobby Parnell (elbow) is slated to appear in a "B" game on March 10.

      Advice: He'll then appear in a Grapefruit League contest on March 11. It will be his first game action since last April's Tommy John surgery. Parnell is slated to miss the first month of the season for the Mets but should eventually slide into a setup role. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 6:45 am
    • Visa issue won't hurt Alex Colome
      Rays manager Kevin Cash said Thursday that Alex Colome is "still very much a factor" for the No. 5 starter spot despite his visa issues.

      Advice: Colome has yet to report to camp, but he's been throwing at the team's facility in the Dominican Republic. "Colome is getting his work in. We know that. We’ve had communication on that," Cash said. "As I’ve said the whole time, we’d like to have him here. I don’t think it’s fair to punish a guy for being held up, so he’s still very much a factor." Colome is viewed as the favorite for the No. 5 spot, at least until Matt Moore (elbow) return. Nate Karns, Matt Andriese and Burch Smith could get the spot if Colome slips up. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 5:28 am
    • Royals haven't determined Finnegan's role
      Royals general manager Dayton Moore said Thursday that the club has yet to make a decision on Brandon Finnegan's role for the 2015 season.

      Advice: Just a couple weeks ago, Moore indicated that Finnegan would develop in the minors as a starter. That could still be what the Royals end up doing, but the lefty being used in relief in the majors as he was down the stretch last season is apparently an option still being considered. "It's not a decision we have to make right now," Moore said. "We'll just have to see how it all plays out." Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 6:11 pm
    • Crain (biceps, shoulder) nearing live BP
      Jesse Crain (biceps, shoulder) is scheduled to throw live batting practice early next week.

      Advice: Crain will throw his seventh bullpen session of the spring on Friday and he'll then be ready to face hitters. The veteran right-hander is coming off a missed season due to biceps and shoulder ailments but is aiming to be ready for Opening Day. "It's exciting and I've been feeling really well, but in the meantime, I'm not going to get too high until I get out there," said Crain. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 5:56 pm
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    • Braves ink Peter Moylan to minors deal
      Braves signed RHP Peter Moylan to a minor league contract.

      Advice: Moylan is working his way back from a second Tommy John surgery and could be ready for game action by late April/early May, according to Zach Links of MLBTradeRumors.com. The submariner has a career 2.80 ERA, but he's 36 and the track record for pitchers return from two Tommy John surgeries isn't good. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 4:29 pm
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    • Suk-min Yoon officially released by Orioles
      Orioles released RHP Suk-min Yoon.

      Advice: The O's will reportedly recover $4.3 million out of the $5.75 million they gave Yoon last February. Yoon will return to his native Korea, where he'll receive $8.1 million on a four-year deal with the KIA Tigers. He never threw a pitch for the O's. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 4:15 pm
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    • Cueto blanks the Indians in Thursday's start
      Johnny Cueto fired two scoreless innings on Thursday but the Reds lost to the Indians.

      Advice: Cueto allowed one hit and struck out a pair of batters in the effort. The right-hander finished as a runner-up to Clayton Kershaw in NL Cy Young balloting thanks to his 2.25 ERA and 242/65 K/BB ratio in 243 2/3 innings. Though he isn't likely to match those numbers again in 2015, he should still rank among the league's best pitchers once again. As Cueto can become a free agent after the season, the Reds may trade him by the July 31 deadline. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 3:51 pm
    • Kennedy allows two runs vs. the Mariners
      Ian Kennedy allowed two runs in two innings Thursday as the Padres fell 9-4 to the Mariners.

      Advice: Robinson Cano doubled, then Nelson Cruz homered in the third inning. Overall, Kennedy allowed three hits and a walk while striking out two. The right-hander was productive over 201 innings last season, finsihing with a 3.63 ERA and a 207/70 K/BB ratio. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 3:43 pm
    • Strickland's spring struggles continue
      Hunter Strickland allowed a run in an inning of work as the Giants defeated the Cubs 8-6 Thursday in Cactus League play.

      Advice: Strickland's spring has started poorly, as he allowed three runs in an inning on Tuesday. This time, he allowed just one run -- a lead-off home run to Billy McKinney. The right-hander has a blazing fastball but as his 2014 post-season performance illustrated, he runs into problems at times with a propensity to allow home runs. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 3:30 pm
    • Danks effective over two innings vs. Dodgers
      John Danks allowed a run in two innings of work Thursday against the Dodgers.

      Advice: The lefty gave up a lead-off single followed by a double, which eventually led to a run, but settled down quickly. Danks has been either injured or ineffective in each of the last four seasons but is hoping for a return to productivity in 2015. Danks could eventually be traded if the White Sox are willing to cover a significant portion of his remaining $28.5 million salary. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 2:49 pm
    • Kershaw fans three in two frames vs White Sox
      Clayton Kershaw fired two perfect innings in Thursday's start against the White Sox.

      Advice: Kershaw faced the minimum, fanning three in the process. Would you expect anything less from the pitcher who has led the league in ERA in four consecutive seasons? The lefty, who took home both NL MVP and Cy Young honors, finished with a 21-3 record, a 1.77 ERA, and a 239/31 K/BB ratio in 198 1/3 innings last season. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 2:46 pm
    • Cain lined up to start around March 10
      Matt Cain (elbow, ankle) is expected to make his first Cactus League start around March 10.

      Advice: The Giants have eased Cain into things this season, as he's coming off surgery to remove bone chips from his throwing elbow as well as a minor procedure on his right ankle. He faced hitters in Giants' camp Thursday without incident and has plenty of time to get stretched out for his first turn when the regular season gets underway. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 2:18 pm
    • Chase Whitley goes two scoreless
      Chase Whitley allowed just a pair of singles over two innings Thursday versus the Pirates.

      Advice: Whitley spent time in the rotation and the pen for the Yankees last season, and he'll probably do the same this year, though he'll start off in Triple-A unless multiple injuries strike the pitching staff this spring. He still rates as a sleeper in AL-only leagues. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 1:57 pm
    • Francisco Liriano goes scoreless for two
      Francisco Liriano started and pitched a pair of scoreless innings versus the Yankees on Thursday.

      Advice: Liriano allowed two hits, walked one and struck out two. He's just aiming for his first completely healthy spring training since 2012. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 1:56 pm
    • Eric Stults goes two scoreless for Braves
      Eric Stults threw scoreless third and fourth innings in the Braves' 6-4 victory over the Tigers on Thursday.

      Advice: Stults seemed like a pretty good bet to be the Braves' fifth starter anyway, but he could be a shoo-in for the rotation now that Mike Minor is having shoulder woes again. He was set to battle Wandy Rodriguez, Michael Foltynewicz and maybe Manny Banuelos for one spot, but now there could be two openings for that group. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 1:47 pm
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    • Alfredo Simon goes two hitless against Braves
      Alfredo Simon worked a pair of hitless innings in his start against the Braves on Thursday.

      Advice: The only batter to reach against him did so on an HBP. Simon, an All-Star for the Reds last year, is set to serve as the Tigers' fourth starter. He'll probably be decent and amass some value in AL-only leagues, but it's hard to see him being much of a factor in mixed leagues again. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 1:44 pm
    • Dan Haren gives up two runs to Cardinals
      Dan Haren yielded two runs and three hits in two innings Thursday in a loss to the Cardinals.

      Advice: Haren has never been one to worry about spring performance; he had ERAs of 6.39 and 6.00 the last two years, and he's been under 4.00 just once since 2006. We're not sure how good he'll be once the season starts, but it's not going to affect his draft stock whether he has a 9.00 ERA or a 2.00 ERA this month. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 12:44 pm
    • Darvish exits spring debut with tight triceps
      Yu Darvish was pulled from his Cactus League debut after one inning Thursday due to right triceps tightness.

      Advice: Darvish had a flawless first inning, ending the frame with a nasty strikeout of Kendrys Morales, but the Rangers didn't let him go back out there for the bottom of the second. Texas is calling the departure a precautionary measure, but Darvish is going to reevaluated by team doctors on Friday. He missed the last seven weeks of the 2014 season because of right elbow inflammation. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 12:34 pm
    • Matt Cain (elbow, ankle) faces hitters
      Matt Cain (elbow, ankle) faced hitters Thursday.

      Advice: It was a nice step in the right direction for the veteran right-hander, who is being eased along slowly in Giants camp this spring. Cain underwent surgery in August to remove painful bone chips and spurs from his right elbow and then needed a minor procedure in September on his right ankle. He's expected to be ready for the first week of the regular season. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 11:26 am
    • Waino (abdomen) to throw live BP on Sunday
      Adam Wainwright (abdomen) expects to throw live batting practice Sunday in Cardinals camp.

      Advice: Wainwright made it through a high-intensity bullpen session on Thursday with no issues at all. He suffered an abdominal strain at the end of February while placing a 45 lb. weight back on a rack at the Cardinals' spring training complex, but the veteran right-hander has plenty of time to catch back up with the other St. Louis starters. Waino figures to get the nod on Opening Night at Wrigley Field. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 9:53 am
    • O's, Suk-min Yoon working on a settlement
      According to Eduardo A. Encina of the Baltimore Sun, right-hander Suk-min Yoon is trying to work out a settlement with the Orioles that will get him out of his major league contract and allow him to play in Korea.

      Advice: Yoon signed a three-year, $5.75 million deal with the O's last February after nine seasons in the Korea Baseball Organization. The 28-year-old starter posted an ugly 5.74 ERA and 1.58 WHIP in 95 2/3 innings last summer at the Triple-A level. He never made it to the majors, though he's young enough to give it another shot later in his career. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 9:46 am
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    • Zack Greinke (elbow) to throw BP on Friday
      Zack Greinke (elbow) is scheduled to throw live batting practice Friday in Dodgers camp.

      Advice: If it goes well, he will make his Cactus League debut five days later. Greinke received a lubricating injection in his throwing elbow on February 19 and has been free of discomfort since. The right-hander should start the Dodgers' second regular-season game. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 8:43 am
    • O's Suk-min Yoon returning to South Korea
      Suk-min Yoon has returned to South Korea.

      Advice: Yoon scored a three-year, $5.75 million deal from the Orioles last February, but the Korean right-hander posted a rough 5.74 ERA in 95 2/3 innings at the Triple-A level in 2014 and has apparently now ended his pursuit of a major league career. Or at least put it on hold for a bit. The 28-year-old had two years left on his agreement with the O's. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 6:48 am
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    • Haren no longer considering early retirement
      Dan Haren acknowledged to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman that he is no longer considering retirement.

      Advice: Haren threatened to hang up his cleats for good back in November if the Dodgers traded him somewhere away from the West Coast, but he didn't follow through with that after being dealt in December to the Marlins. "I'm here," he said from Jupiter, Florida on Wednesday. The veteran right-hander posted a decent 4.02 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with 145 strikeouts in 186 innings last season for Los Angeles and should carry mixed-league fantasy value with Miami. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 6:07 am
    • Roberto Hernandez arrives at Astros camp
      Roberto Hernandez has arrived in Astros camp.

      Advice: The man formerly known as Fausto Carmona had a little trouble securing a work visa after signing a minor league contact with the 'Stros in mid-February. But all is settled now and he'll try to catch up quickly to the other candidates for Houston's final rotation spot. Hernandez could also be an option for long relief. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 5:25 am
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    • Tim Collins leaves game with elbow soreness
      Tim Collins left Wednesday's Cactus League game against the Rangers with left elbow soreness.

      Advice: Collins told reporters he felt tightness and soreness in the elbow but said his level of concern isn't high. Still, he'll undergo an MRI on the elbow Thursday after which more will be known. The Royals are counting on Collins to be an important part of their bullpen from the left side this season. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 3:23 pm
    • Tim Collins leaves appearance with trainer
      Tim Collins left his appearance in Wednesday's Cactus League game accompanied by a trainer.

      Advice: Collins faced four batters, allowing a double and a walk. Only nine of his 17 pitches were strikes. The Royals should provide an update if there is a health concern. Collins missing time would improve the odds of left-handed prospect Brandon Finnegan cracking the Opening Day roster. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 2:08 pm
    • Hernandez to arrive in Astros' camp soon
      Roberto Hernandez received his visa and will fly to Florida on Wednesday night.

      Advice: Hernandez, who signed a minor league deal with the Astros last month, is expected to take a physical tomorrow morning in Kissimmee. He's in the mix for the fifth starter job this spring, but the Astros could decide to keep him around as a long reliever. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 8:23 am
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    • Kirkman (shoulder) to throw bullpen Wed.
      Michael Kirkman (shoulder) is scheduled to throw his first bullpen session of the spring on Wednesday.

      Advice: Good news for Kirkman, who has fallen behind the other pitchers in camp due to an impingement in the back of his left shoulder. The 28-year-old southpaw was non-tendered by the Rangers in December, but he's in camp this spring as a non-roster invitee. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 7:04 am
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    • Michael Kirkman's shoulder still sore
      Michael Kirkman (shoulder) is not yet symptom-free and remains limited to flat-ground work.

      Advice: Kirkman is dealing with an impingement in his left shoulder. That he's able to do any throwing at all is obviously positive, but the Rangers will feel better about his status once he's able to throw from the bump again with no problems. Rotoworld.com
      Monday, 3:27 pm
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    • Kershaw will be Dodges' Opening Day starter
      Clayton Kershaw will be the Dodgers' Opening Day starter.

      Advice: "That's our plan," manager Don Mattingly told reporters Monday in spring camp. "We were just waiting for you to ask." Kershaw went 21-3 with a 1.77 ERA, 0.86 WHIP, and 239/31 K/BB ratio in 198 1/3 innings last season. It was a no-brainer to give him the nod for the Dodgers' 2015 opener on Monday, April 6 against the Padres. Rotoworld.com
      Monday, 10:07 am
    • Wainwright (abdomen) throws bullpen session
      Adam Wainwright (abdomen) threw over 30 pitches in a bullpen session Monday in Cardinals camp.

      Advice: Wainwright mixed in a variety of pitches and drew positive reviews from onlookers. It was his first time on a mound since being diagnosed last week with an abdominal strain. "His arm feels good," manager Mike Matheny told reporters after the workout. "It’s in a great slot. Everything’s coming out nice, he’s just got to stay on top of it." The veteran right-hander is on track to start for the Cardinals on Opening Night against the Cubs. Rotoworld.com
      Monday, 7:53 am
    • Wainwright (abdomen) to throw 'pen session
      Adam Wainwright (abdomen) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Monday in Cardinals camp.

      Advice: Wainwright suffered an abdominal strain last week while placing a 45 lb. weight back on a rack at the Cardinals' spring training complex. He expects to make his Grapefruit League debut by mid-March and is still a possibility for the club's Opening Night start at Wrigley Field. The abdominal discomfort doesn't really affect his throwing motion. Rotoworld.com
      Monday, 6:15 am
    • Floyd (elbow) throws live batting practice
      Gavin Floyd (elbow) successfully made it through his first live batting practice session on Sunday without issue.

      Advice: It's the first time that the veteran right-hander had faced a live hitter since sustaining his elbow injury in June. Floyd wound up throwing around 50 pitches including warm-ups and came away from the session feeling good. He'll repeat the exercise again on Wednesday. Rotoworld.com
      Sunday, 5:47 pm
    • Giants bringing Matt Cain along cautiously
      Giants manager Bruce Bochy announced Saturday that Matt Cain's Cactus League debut would be pushed back a couple of weeks.

      Advice: That means Cain won't toe the slab in game action until at least March 10. There have been no setbacks in his recovery from elbow surgery, the Giants simply don't want to rush him. He remains on track to be ready for the start of the regular season. Rotoworld.com
      Saturday, 11:35 am
    • Kershaw to make spring debut on Thursday
      Dodgers manager Don Mattingly announced Saturday that Clayton Kershaw will make his Cactus League debut on Thursday against the White Sox.

      Advice: The reigning National League MVP and Cy Young winner is coming off an unbelievable 2014 campaign where he went 21-3 with a 1.77 ERA, 0.86 WHIP and 239/31 K/BB ratio over 198 1/3 innings. He should be the first starting pitcher drafted in all fantasy formats, and one of the first names called overall. Rotoworld.com
      Saturday, 10:12 am
    • Alex Colome hopeful he will report next week
      The Rays are hopeful that Alex Colome, who is currently dealing with visa issues, will report to camp next week.

      Advice: The 26-year-old right-hander was believed to be the favorite to secure the fifth and final spot in the Rays Opening Day rotation, though it's unclear if this delay will change their plans. He has been working out and throwing in the Dominican Republic while he awaits approval. Rotoworld.com
      Saturday, 7:36 am
    • Wainwright 2-3 weeks away from game action
      Adam Wainwright (abdomen) expects to make his Grapefruit League debut within the next 2-3 weeks.

      Advice: Wainwright has been diagnosed with a minor abdominal strain and has been shut down for a few days. It was the best-case scenario, though, and he should be fine for Opening Day as long as he doesn't have a setback. "The good thing is it doesn’t hurt so I can continue to throw off the mound and face hitters," Wainwright said. "I can throw live BP and just won’t field my position." Rotoworld.com
      Friday, 8:09 am
    • Alex Colome dealing with visa issue
      Alex Colome has yet to report to Rays camp due to visa issues.

      Advice: It's not clear whether the club has a timetable of when to expect him. Colome, who held a 2.66 ERA over 23 2/3 innings with the Rays last season, will compete for a spot in the rotation this spring once he arrives. Rotoworld.com
      Friday, 5:57 am
    • Matt Cain (elbow) ready for Cactus start
      Matt Cain (elbow, ankle) is on track to make a start during the first week of Cactus League play.

      Advice: Cain was a bit behind the Giants' other starters when he arrived at spring training in Arizona, but that was by design. The right-hander needed surgery in August to remove painful bone chips and spurs from his right elbow and then underwent a minor procedure in September on his right ankle. He should be 100 percent for the beginning of the 2015 regular season. Rotoworld.com
      Thursday, 11:37 am
    • Wainwright diagnosed with abdominal strain
      Adam Wainwright has been diagnosed with an abdominal strain and will rest for the next 4-5 days.

      Advice: Wainwright felt some discomfort in his abdomen earlier this week while placing a 45 lb. weight back on a rack at the Cardinals' spring training complex in Jupiter, Florida and flew back to St. Louis on Thursday to meet with a specialist. Cardinals GM John Mozeliak said the diagnosis of a strain is the "best news we could have gotten." Wainwright's elbow is the bigger concern heading into the 2015 regular season, but he can still be penciled in as the team's Opening Day starter. Rotoworld.com
      Thursday, 10:04 am
    • Wainwright optimistic about abdominal injury
      Adam Wainwright said Wednesday that he's optimistic about the prognosis of his abdominal injury.

      Advice: "Anything I say about it would just be speculation, I don’t think it’s very serious at all," Wainwright said. "I think we’re probably going up there and probably not going to see much of anything at all, but I don’t know that." Wainwright injured himself placing a weight back on a rack while working out. He's certainly saying the right things, but we'll know something closer to the truth Thursday after the right-hander visits a specialist in St. Louis. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 8:35 pm
    • Jesse Crain throws slider in bullpen session
      Jesse Crain threw his slider in a bullpen session Wednesday for the first time this spring.

      Advice: "It's good news to see Jesse throw like that," White Sox manager Robin Ventura told reporters. "He was excited." Crain missed entire 2014 season due to biceps and shoulder issues, but he should be ready for the beginning of the 2015 campaign. The right-hander will be looking to work his way back into a setup role. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 1:37 pm
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    • Kirkman (shoulder) to play catch Wednesday
      Michael Kirkman (shoulder) will play catch Wednesday.

      Advice: Kirkman was shut down last week due to an impingement in the back of his left shoulder, but he's making progress. The 28-year-old southpaw was non-tendered by the Rangers in December, but he's in camp this spring as a non-roster invitee and will attempt to win a bullpen job if healthy. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 8:31 am
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    • Hernandez expected in camp this week
      Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said Wednesday that Roberto Hernandez is expected in camp later this week.

      Advice: Hernandez is having visa issues in his native Dominican Republic, but the Astros believe it will be resolved soon. The veteran right-hander will be in the mix for the fifth spot in Houston's rotation this spring, but he might have to settle for a swingman role. Rotoworld.com
      Wednesday, 7:17 am
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    • Parnell (elbow) to face hitters this weekend
      Bobby Parnell (elbow) will face batters this weekend for the first time since Tommy John surgery.

      Advice: Parnell is scheduled to throw one more bullpen session Thursday as a tuneup. He's expected to begin the season on the disabled list, but should be ready to join the Mets' bullpen around the beginning of May. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 12:15 pm
    • Wainwright to see doctor about abdominal pain
      Adam Wainwright is dealing with abdominal pain and will fly to St. Louis on Thursday to see a specialist.

      Advice: The pain has limited his workouts, but not his ability to throw. Still, the Cardinals want to know what their ace is dealing with. We should have a better idea about his status later this week. The Cardinals will have to cross their fingers for now. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 10:54 am
    • Zack Greinke (elbow) throws bullpen session
      Zack Greinke (elbow) threw a 23-pitch bullpen session Tuesday with no apparent discomfort.

      Advice: Greinke received a lubricating injection in his elbow last Thursday, but he's already back on a mound. He has received a similar treatment in his previous two springs with the Dodgers, so it was strictly a precautionary measure. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 9:12 am
    • Kirkman (shoulder) feeling improvement
      Michael Kirkman (shoulder) continues to feel improvement.

      Advice: Kirkman was shut down last week due to an impingement in the back of his left shoulder, but he could be able to throw as soon as Wednesday or Thursday. The 28-year-old is in camp with the Rangers on a minor league deal and hopes to win a bullpen job this spring. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 8:16 am
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    • Greinke (elbow) to throw bullpen session Tue.
      Zack Greinke (elbow) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Tuesday.

      Advice: Greinke received a lubricating injection in his elbow on Thursday, but he played catch Sunday and threw off flat ground on Monday. He has received injections in previous springs to prevent dead arm, so it's not a major concern. He still has plenty of time to get ready for the start of the season. Rotoworld.com
      Tuesday, 7:07 am
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