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Spring Training

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  • Angels intrigued by idea of facing A's switch-pitcher Pat Venditte

    Angels intrigued by idea of facing A's switch-pitcher Pat Venditte
    The Angels could get their first regular-season look at Pat Venditte, the ambidextrous Oakland reliever who pitches both right-handed and left-handed, when the Angels and Athletics open a three-game series in Anaheim on Friday night. They will not be...
  • Angels coach Rico Brogna returns after testicular cancer surgery

    Angels coach Rico Brogna returns after  testicular cancer surgery
    Angels player information coach Rico Brogna returned to the team this weekend after a four-week absence in which he had the scare of his life, a diagnosis for testicular cancer and surgery to remove a mass on May 13. “This is very sobering, it&...
  • Dodgers rookie Scott Schebler doesn't feel like loser in debut

    Dodgers rookie Scott Schebler doesn't feel like loser in debut
    Scott Schebler rehearsed for an interview like this more times than he could remember. Only now that he was actually here at Dodger Stadium, with all these notebooks and audio recorders around him, he couldn't recall what he had planned to say on his...
  • Brandon League to start rehab assignment, but with diminished velocity

    Brandon League to start rehab assignment, but with diminished velocity
    When Brandon League makes his scheduled rehabilitation appearance Sunday for Class-A Rancho Cucamonga, he will likely do so without the same weapons that once made him an all-star closer. League said that when he threw live batting practice at the...
  • Angels beat Tampa Bay Rays, 6-2, as Kyle Kubitza rebounds

    Angels beat Tampa Bay Rays, 6-2, as Kyle Kubitza rebounds
    As he tried to put Kyle Kubitza's shaky major league debut in perspective, Angels third-base coach Gary DiSarcina, the former shortstop, recalled his own wobbly baby steps as a big leaguer, his first plate appearance coming on May 21, 1990, in Cleveland,...
  • Tsuyoshi Wada, Cubs' pitching staff challenged over next 3 weeks

    Tsuyoshi Wada, Cubs' pitching staff challenged over next 3 weeks
    A goofy scenario surfaced in spring training that involved left-hander Travis Wood and Edwin Jackson splitting the fifth spot in the Cubs’ starting rotation. The plan was that the pitcher who posed the most favorable history would get the start,...
  • Latos returns from DL, hopes health will elevate results

    Latos returns from DL, hopes health will elevate results
    The start of what the Marlins hope will be a parade of healthy pitchers returning to duty begins Saturday with Mat Latos coming off the disabled list and making his first start since May 21. The hope is that the time away gave Latos an opportunity to...
  • Gordon currently not having contract discussions with Royals

    His right wrist still feels sore some days, a reminder of offseason surgery, but Alex Gordon has grown used to it. He plays a leadership role on the Royals, the defending American League champions and the owners of the A.L.'s best record, and he felt...
  • Orioles pregame notes: Gonzalez will miss next start Sunday, likely heading to DL

    Orioles pregame notes: Gonzalez will miss next start Sunday, likely heading to DL
    Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez will miss his next scheduled start on Sunday and is likely to land on the 15-day disabled list with a right groin strain. Manager Buck Showalter said Gonzalez was still sore a day after leaving Tuesday’s game...
  • Orioles notebook: Gonzalez to miss next start, O's finish draft, Schoop progressing

    Orioles notebook: Gonzalez to miss next start, O's finish draft, Schoop progressing
    Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez's right groin strain will force him to miss his next scheduled start on Sunday and is likely to land him on the 15-day disabled list. Manager Buck Showalter said Gonzalez was still sore a day after leaving Tuesday'...
  • Navy pitcher drafted by Braves

    Navy pitcher drafted by Braves
    Major League Baseball hasn't shown a whole lot of interest in Naval Academy players over the years. That mindset may be changing after two former Navy pitchers reached the big leagues this season. Mitch Harris received national attention on April 26...