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MLB News - 03/29/15
- What to watch for in today's games
Opening Day is right around the corner, and teams are beginning to make the final evaluations for their regular-season roster. The final week of games could loom large in the decision-making process for some teams. For others, it's just a matter of letting their players get primed for a healthy April. Here are a couple of things to watch for in Sunday's games.
- Mariners prospect Sanchez dies in Venezuela
Victor Sanchez, one of the Mariners' top pitching prospects, has died in Venezuela from head injuries sustained in a boating accident in his home country in February.
- Pederson keeps striving to impress as decision looms
Manager Don Mattingly won't say what he's thinking. Joc Pederson, meanwhile, keeps saying all the right things when pressed about his aspirations to be on the team and in the lineup when the season starts after his 30/30 season at Triple-A last year.
- International Prospect Series exceeds expectations
A team of international prospects, made up of players from the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Panama, Brazil and Curacao, were defeated by South Caldwell, 8-1, in the first game of the International Prospect Series. They defeated Providence, 6-5, in their second game.
- Mariners looking like the team to beat in the AL
Word of advice to serious sports fans: Book your October hotel rooms in Seattle early. Space can get tight out there, and you don't want to get caught off guard.
- Richards enthused after successful Minor League start
Saturday marked Garrett Richards' second Minor League outing of the spring, plus an intrasquad game, as he comes back from last year's season-ending knee surgery. He has yet to allow a run in his three outings, spanning 12 innings.
- Price: Chapman may be asked to get more than three outs
Reds closer Aroldis Chapman has demonstrated effective pitching throughout the spring, but Saturday's outing was about as smooth as it could have been.
- Sources: Mets, Duda discussing long-term contract extension
The Mets and Lucas Duda are discussing a long-term contract extension, according to two sources familiar with the negotiations, which would keep the first baseman in Flushing well into his 30s. The Mets have not publicly acknowledged the negotiations, and GM Sandy Alderson declined comment on Saturday afternoon.
- QB Wilson's Spring Training visit comes with deep ball
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson went deep again on Saturday. This time he wasn't throwing a bomb to Doug Baldwin, but taking Rangers third-base coach Tony Beasley over the left-field fence in batting practice.
- Feeling left arm fatigue, Garcia unlikely for Opening Day
Just as the Cardinals began to allow themselves to get excited about what a healthy Jaime Garcia could add to their rotation, the lefty suffered another medical setback that will almost certainly preclude him from making the Opening Day roster.