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  • Saturday's recap: Mariners 11, White Sox 7

     Saturday's recap: Mariners 11, White Sox 7
    The summary White Sox right-hander Hector Noesi, working to be the Sox's fifth starter, pitched two perfect innings in his first spring start. But Sox relievers Zach Putnam and Eric Surkamp surrendered nine earned runs combined over the span of one...
  • White Sox pitcher Hector Noesi: 'I never feel secure'

    White Sox pitcher Hector Noesi: 'I never feel secure'
    GLENDALE, Ariz. – Hector Noesi doesn’t believe in feeling secure about his place in the White Sox rotation this season. The right-hander may be the likely fifth starter to start the season following his progression from a waivers claim...
  • Royals sign right-hander Chris Young to one-year contract

    SURPRISE, Ariz. The Royals signed former All-Star pitcher Chris Young to a one-year contract on Saturday and placed pitcher Kris Medlen on the 60-day disabled list to clear space on the 40-man roster. Young, a 35-year-old, 6-foot-10 right-hander, pitched...
  • Dodgers win two split-squad games

    Dodgers win two split-squad games
    DODGERS 7, SEATTLE MARINERS 4; DODGERS 10, BREWERS 1 AT THE PLATE: The Dodgers benefited from their opponents' defensive problems in their two split-squad games, as the Mariners and Brewers both committed three errors. In the victory over the Mariners,...
  • Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias makes his father proud

    Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias makes his father proud
    The proud father's sleep deprivation was masked by a smile. "That woke me up," Carlos Urias said in Spanish. His 18-year-old son, left-hander Julio Urias, had just pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings for a Dodgers' split squad in a 10-1 victory over the...
  • J.P. Howell has rough opening to his Dodgers' closing bid

    J.P. Howell has rough opening to his Dodgers' closing bid
    The bullpen was the Dodgers’ most challenging -- see, I can be polite -- area last season, and now with closer Kenley Jansen out perhaps the first six weeks of the season, it might be even more so in 2015. The Dodgers have more new arms in the...
  • Friday's recap: Padres 5, White Sox 0

    Friday's recap: Padres 5, White Sox 0
    The summary White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon pitched two scoreless innings in his Cactus League debut, but the Sox offense fell flat in a 5-0 loss to the Padres at Peoria Stadium. At the plate Adam Eaton had the only Sox extra-base hit, a two-...
  • Miami Marlins' spending spree extends to all facets of the team

    Steve Cishek has no intention of ditching his traditional meal before every Marlins game: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. But ask the tall bullpen ace what he thinks about the team's new culinary creations, or the new creature-comfort plane that will...
  • Sideline Chatter: And you thought Marshawn Lynch was hard to tackle

    Unbalanced line? No kidding. Baylor is giving LaQuan McGowan, a 6-foot-7, 410-pound guard, a look-see at tight end and H-back in spring practice after his 18-yard TD catch in this year's Cotton Bowl. "His hands are about as big as my leg," QB Seth...
  • Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers hold off White Sox for 6-1 win

    Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers hold off White Sox for 6-1 win
    AT THE PLATE: Yasiel Puig drove in the Dodgers' first run with a groundout to second base in the first inning. Puig, who batted third and started in right field, finished the game 0 for 2. Rookie Joc Pederson was one for two and is batting .750 through...
  • Ex-IronPig J.A. Happ's change to the Mariners rotation might include an improved changeup

    Ex-IronPig J.A. Happ's change to the Mariners rotation might include an improved changeup
    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Even at age 32, with 140 major-league starts and 24 relief appearances and more than 840 big-league innings, J.A. Happ isn't going to stop evolving as a pitcher. A weakness needs to be erased, pitches need to be refined and adjusting to...