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Spring Training

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  • Cardinals' Wainwright eyes first spring start within three weeks

    JUPITER, Fla. After experiencing a pinch in his lower abdomen and later discomfort when moving on the field, Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright did what so many in his position with an Internet connection would. He started surfing the web for injuries....
  • Adam Wainwright may miss Cardinals' season opener

    Adam Wainwright won't pitch in exhibition games until mid-March because of his abdominal strain, a delay that could prevent the St. Louis Cardinals ace from starting the major league season opener at the Chicago Cubs on April 5.' Wainwright was hurt...
  • Toronto OF Saunders could return in April after knee surgery

    Toronto Blue Jays left fielder Michael Saunders had surgery on his left knee Friday and could return to the team sooner than previously expected, perhaps in mid-April. Saunders tore cartilage Wednesday when he stepped on a sprinkler while shagging fly...
  • Jon Lester already ahead of his game

     Jon Lester already ahead of his game
    MESA, Ariz. — Teammates said left-hander Jon Lester treated his first live batting practice session with the Cubs as if he was pitching a regular-season game. And the batters suggested Friday that Lester appeared to be in midseason form. "He's...
  • New White Sox baserunning coach Vince Coleman out to instill confidence

    New White Sox baserunning coach Vince Coleman out to instill confidence
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Vince Coleman compiled more than 100 stolen bases each season from 1985-87 while playing for the Cardinals, the last major league player to top the century mark. When addressing why today’s players no longer steal 100 bases...
  • Orioles remembering Monica Barlow; Gausman excited about first spring start

    Orioles remembering Monica Barlow; Gausman excited about first spring start
    Orioles players are wearing orange Lungevity T-shirts for their spring training workout today, the one-year anniversary of the death of former public relations director Monica Barlow from lung cancer. Barlow battled lung cancer for 4 ½ years before...
  • Phillies pitchers announced for Sunday exhibition; Lee makes first start Thursday

    Phillies pitchers announced for Sunday exhibition; Lee makes first start Thursday
    CLEARWATER, Fla. — Sunday marks the first exhibition game the Phillies play this spring and it's the only one they have before Grapefruit League play begins Tuesday against the New York Yankees. The Phillies host the University of Tampa at...
  • Absence of Angels' Josh Hamilton could open door for Matt Joyce

    Absence of Angels' Josh Hamilton could open door for Matt Joyce
    The Angels traded for Matt Joyce in the off-season, identifying the seven-year veteran as a reliable designated hitter and left-handed bat who could provide outfield depth. Depth became a pressing issue two months after the December trade when...
  • Melky Cabrera all in to win with White Sox

    Melky Cabrera all in to win with White Sox
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — On a night in November during the baseball general managers meetings, as discouraging messages from agents and other clubs trickled in, Rick Hahn doubted whether the White Sox's offseason plans would come together. Outfielder...
  • Adam LaRoche's beard catches eyes at White Sox camp

    Adam LaRoche's beard catches eyes at White Sox camp
    GLENDALE, Ariz. – White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton hadn’t met new designated hitter Adam LaRoche before Tuesday, so his initial impression was superficial. “LaRoche, when he enters the mix, I think we’re going to have a good...
  • White Sox prospect Matt Davidson humbled by 2014 tumble

    White Sox prospect Matt Davidson humbled by 2014 tumble
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Within the first few weeks of joining Triple-A Charlotte last season, White Sox third base prospect Matt Davidson panicked. A former top 100 prospect, Davidson had found success at every level of his career, but then with a new...