3/23/2013 | Naquin, Ramirez spark big sixth-inning rally in win
Indians Minor Leaguers Jose Ramirez and Tyler Naquin had back-to-back doubles in a five-run sixth inning as Cleveland overtook the Mariners for a 10-5 victory Saturday afternoon at Peoria Stadium.
3/23/2013 | Billingsley feels on track for first start of season
Chad Billingsley came out of his Minor League start Saturday saying he anticipates being ready for his first regular-season start for the Dodgers April 2.
3/23/2013 | Richards shuts down Brewers in split-squad victory
Garrett Richards, fighting for a spot on the staff throughout Spring Training, pitched efficiently and effectively through 6 1/3 innings against the Brewers, giving up only one run on three hits in the Angels' 5-1 win at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Saturday.
3/23/2013 | Jackson gives up five runs, but Cubs rally past Angels
Edwin Jackson gave up five runs and eight hits over five innings, but the Cubs stormed back with five late runs to upend the Angels, 7-6, on Saturday in front of a sellout crowd of 13,012 at HoHoKam Stadium.
3/23/2013 | Tigers return Rule 5 pick Kobernus to Nats
The Tigers' search for a right-handed-hitting fourth outfielder was just whittled down to the point that Matt Tuiasosopo's best competition probably isn't in their camp, as Detroit returned Rule 5 pick Jeff Kobernus to the Nationals.
3/23/2013 | Astros Foundation re-opens six fields
The Astros Foundation, together with community leaders, re-opened six revitalized baseball and softball fields to much fanfare on Saturday.
3/23/2013 | Montero OK after taking bat to head behind plate
Catcher Jesus Montero was struck on the side of the head by a bat in the second inning of the Mariners' game Saturday against the Indians at Peoria Stadium, and was carted off the field.
3/23/2013 | Wright making steady progress in recovery
David Wright's road back from a strained left intercostal muscle has been slow but steady. The third baseman swung in an indoor cage for the first time on Saturday, also taking infield practice for the second straight day.
3/23/2013 | Royals stay hot, smash three homers in walk-off win
George Kottaras drove in Jarrod Dyson with a walk-off single in the Royals' 11-10 win Saturday. Alex Gordon and Billy Butler started the game with a blast, hitting solo home runs in the first inning. Elliot Johnson went 2-for-3 with a two-run homer and three RBIs, and Ervin Santana allowed four runs (two earned) on seven hits in six innings.
3/23/2013 | Hosmer sits out Saturday with discomfort in quad
A slightly strained right quad has kept Eric Hosmer from playing at 100 percent since the World Baseball Classic, so he got a day to rest on Saturday before getting at-bats in a Minor League game on Sunday.
3/23/2013 | Cespedes kicks off barrage against Giants
Yoenis Cespedes' two-run, first-inning homer gave the Oakland A's a lead they never relinquished Saturday as they outlasted the San Francisco Giants, 12-5.
3/23/2013 | Hernandez drives in three, Eovaldi solid in win
Nathan Eovaldi gave up three runs on nine hits in six innings, and the Marlins rallied to a 6-5 win over the Cardinals in front of 4,851 at Roger Dean Stadium.
3/23/2013 | Halladay knows he needs to evolve on mound
Roy Halladay acknowledged that the time has come to do things differently. "I've never seen a guy that threw harder as he got older, and if he did, he probably needed to be tested," he said.
3/23/2013 | Teheran strikes out 10 over six no-hit innings
Dan Uggla hit his first home run in nearly three weeks, and Julio Teheran produced yet another stellar start with six hitless innings for the Braves in Saturday afternoon's 3-2 win over the Astros at Champion Stadium.
3/23/2013 | Jeter gets in work in Minor League game
Derek Jeter grounded out in each of his four at-bats for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre during an afternoon game against the Pirates' Triple-A affiliate on Saturday.
3/23/2013 | Gio sharp in Grapefruit League return
With barely a week to go before Opening Day, Gio Gonzalez appears to be in midseason form. Gonzalez struck out three batters over six innings of one-run ball on Saturday, flashing his trademark curveball frequently in a 3-1 loss to the Mets in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
3/23/2013 | With Motte out, Boggs given closer responsibility
Mitchell Boggs will fill in for Jason Motte at closer -- how long he does so will depend both on how long Motte is sidelined and how Boggs fares with the new late-game responsibility.
3/23/2013 | Red-hot Elvis backs Yu's strong effort
Yu Darvish allowed a pair of solo home runs, but fanned five Reds in five strong innings of work in Saturday's 6-2 victory.
3/23/2013 | McCann won't play in rehab games before April 16
Braves general manager Frank Wren said Brian McCann will not be cleared to begin his Minor League rehab assignment before April 16, the six-month anniversary of right shoulder surgery performed on the six-time All-Star catcher.
3/23/2013 | Flu-like symptoms keep McCutchen back home
Andrew McCutchen was supposed to make the trip from Bradenton to Fort Myers on Saturday for a game against the Red Sox, but flu-like symptoms kept the Pirates outfielder back at home base.
3/23/2013 | Halladay feels fine after mixed results in Minors
Roy Halladay spoke assuredly as he stood in front of his locker Saturday at Bright House Field, insisting he felt strong, could add a click or two to his fastball, and pitch effectively April 3 against Atlanta. Things looked and felt differently during the four innings he pitched against Toronto's Triple-A hitters.
3/23/2013 | Miggy's blast highlights Tigers' win vs. Yanks
Miguel Cabrera's mammoth two-run home run over the batting eye behind center field punctuated a go-ahead five-run seventh inning, overcoming a two-homer game from Ben Francisco to send the Tigers to a 10-6 win over the Yankees on Saturday afternoon at Joker Marchant Stadium.
3/23/2013 | Duda, Montero come up big against Nats
Lucas Duda hit a solo homer in the seventh and Rafael Montero pitched 4 2/3 scoreless innings, as the Mets beat the Nationals, 3-1, on Saturday in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
3/23/2013 | Deduno scratched Sunday, may not be ready for season
Right-hander Samuel Deduno was scratched from his scheduled start against the Blue Jays on Sunday because of groin tightness, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire announced Saturday.
3/23/2013 | Harper held out of game with Mets
At his manager's behest, Bryce Harper stayed back in Viera, Fla., while the team made the trip to Port St. Lucie on Saturday, nursing a swollen left thumb that he jammed in Friday's game against the Tigers.
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