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3/22/2013 | Royals name Shields Opening Day starter
The only uncertainty about James Shields starting the Royals' opener against the White Sox on April 1 was when manager Ned Yost would formally announce it.

3/22/2013 | Jeter tests ankle, not worried about missing games
Derek Jeter laughed his way through a morning workout at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Friday, testing the inflamed left ankle that has placed his Opening Day status in doubt. If the decision were left up to Jeter, he would be playing right now.

3/22/2013 | Romero still in rotation mix according to Gibbons
Ricky Romero has had poor command this Spring Training and endured a difficult outing in a Minor League game on Thursday, as he worked on some adjustments to his delivery.

3/22/2013 | Bradley takes left turn trying to make Red Sox
Outfielder Jackie Bradley's chances of cracking Boston's Opening Day roster could increase greatly if the team feels comfortable putting him in all three outfield spots.

3/22/2013 | Happ solid on the mound as Blue Jays top Sox
Lefty J.A. Happ went six scoreless innings with three strikeouts as the Blue Jays scored on an error in the bottom of the eighth for a 1-0 win over the Red Sox on Friday at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium.

3/22/2013 | Brantly brings unique skill set to backstop position
Miami Marlins catcher Rob Brantly separates himself from the norm in a couple of important ways. First and foremost, he is a left-handed-hitting catcher.

3/22/2013 | Cano, Francisco pace Yankees' offense in victory
Robinson Cano drove home two runs and Ben Francisco laced a go-ahead RBI single in the eighth inning to help lead the Yankees to a 9-7 win over the Twins on Friday in front of a record crowd of 8,366 at Hammond Stadium.

3/22/2013 | Nats sign veteran lefty reliever Romero
Looking for bullpen insurance, the Nationals signed left-hander J.C. Romero to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training. He is expected to join the team on Saturday, when Washington plays the Mets.

3/22/2013 | Nats have decisions to make on Rivero, Young
The Nationals have some tough decisions to make regarding outfielder/infielder Carlos Rivero and right-hander Chris Young.

3/22/2013 | Strasburg's left hand 'fine' after line-drive scare
The Nationals received a scare in the fourth inning Friday when Stephen Strasburg was hit on the left hand by a line drive off the bat of Prince Fielder.

3/22/2013 | Strasburg fans five, takes liner off hand as Nats fall
Left-hander Drew Smyly outdueled right-hander Stephen Strasburg as the Tigers edged the Nationals, 4-3, at Space Coast Stadium on Friday afternoon.

3/22/2013 | Tigers prevail over Strasburg in Smyly's strong start
Left-hander Drew Smyly outdueled right-hander Stephen Strasburg as the Tigers edged the Nationals, 4-3, at Space Coast Stadium on Friday afternoon.

3/22/2013 | Johnson, Jurrjens get high marks for latest efforts
Jair Jurrjens threw five scoreless innings following Orioles starter Steve Johnson, and manager Buck Showalter raved about Jurrjens' performance following Friday's 6-3 win over the Rays.

3/22/2013 | Infielder McDonald just what Bucs need for bench
When the Pirates acquired John McDonald a couple days ago from Arizona for a player to be named, manager Clint Hurdle got the patient veteran he wanted to see on his bench.

3/22/2013 | Pirates' rally follows solid effort by Gomez
The Pirates posted a 6-4 comeback victory over the Pirates on Friday, when Jeanmar Gomez went four innings in his start.

3/22/2013 | Newtown victims to be honored across MLB
Sunday will mark 100 days since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings that took the lives of 20 children and six educators in Newtown, Conn.

3/22/2013 | Heat's streak stirs memories of A's historic run
The star-studded Miami Heat's 24-game winning streak has many sports fans recalling the A's improbable AL-record 20-game winning streak in 2002.

3/22/2013 | MLB files suit against Biogenesis connections
Major League Baseball filed a lawsuit Friday against Anthony Bosch and five others connected to the South Florida anti-aging clinic that allegedly provided some of the game's biggest stars with performance-enhancing substances.

3/22/2013 | Even retired, fire to compete still burns hot for Cox
Two months shy of his 72nd birthday and embarking on his third year of retirement, Bobby Cox still has that competitive drive.

3/22/2013 | Morris, De Jesus among Pirates' roster cuts
The Pirates on Friday optioned righty Bryan Morris to Triple-A Indianapolis and reassigned infielders Ivan De Jesus Jr. and Jared Goedert to Minor League camp.

3/22/2013 | Top prospects leave impressions with strong springs
Some prospects are still getting Grapefruit or Cactus League at-bats and innings because they are competing for spots on 25-man rosters. Others have made strong impressions and will undoubtedly be heard from again in the future.

3/22/2013 | Cain unsatisfied with outing as season approaches
Don't try telling Matt Cain that the Giants' 10-4 loss Thursday night to the Rockies was just a meaningless Cactus League game.

3/22/2013 | Hamilton prepared for harsh return to Texas
When Josh Hamilton returns to Rangers Ballpark on April 5, Rangers fans -- fresh off seeing him slump through the second half, join the division rivals and say they don't live in a "true baseball town" -- figure to be coldhearted.

3/21/2013 | Top Twins prospect Sano impresses in debut
Over the winter, the Twins discussed the idea of having Miguel Sano make a few trips over to big league camp to let him show off his highly touted bat and play a little third base. Ron Gardenhire mentioned it again Wednesday to a Minors field coordinator, asking when Sano would pay him a visit. The answer, as it turned out, was just a day later.

3/21/2013 | De Vries unhittable, Hendriks close in latest test
Cole De Vries' excellent Grapefruit League work continued apace Thursday night, but Liam Hendriks flipped the script on his recently rocky spring.


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