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MLB News - 03/10/14
- Weaver has some hiccups, but isn't worried
It wasn't an easy third spring start for Angels ace Jered Weaver. He faced six batters each in the first and third innings, expended over 60 pitches by the time he completed four and wound up giving up three runs on five hits and two walks while on his way to recording 13 outs against the Indians on Monday.
- Sun tests Royals in win over Mariners
Royals center fielder Jarrod Dyson banged into the center-field wall to catch Justin Smoak's deep drive in the first inning on Monday, and manager Ned Yost appreciated the Royals' defense against Seattle.
- Bailey pleased with outing, minus pitch to Profar
Reds starter Homer Bailey graded his outing Monday as a B-plus, but aside from one pitch it was certainly worthy of very high marks.
- Cano keeps swing sharp with unique bean routine
Anyone wondering what Robinson Cano was up to while sidelined following a recent root canal need wonder no more: He was hitting black beans with a broomstick, of course. Not that he needed any fine-tuning -- Cano is batting .600 in his first spring with the Mariners.
- Cano's return signals what was lost without him
The Mariners, counting on Robinson Cano to help transform their club, want him healthy, happy and chipping in on a daily basis. On Monday, they had that in full force.
- Wilson gives LA health scare, but should be OK
Reliever Brian Wilson gave the Dodgers a brief scare during Monday's exhibition game against Oakland.
- Return performance a success for Grandal
Not a bad spring debut for Padres catcher Yasmani Grandal, who played in his first game since July 6 of last season. Grandal, coming off arthroscopic surgery on his left knee last August, had a single in his first at-bat, while also catching the final three innings of the Padres' 5-0 victory over the Rockies.
- Roles reversed, but challenged call isn't
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke calmly asked for the umpires to review a play at the plate in the ninth inning on Monday, but for reasons other than what the fans in the stands may have assumed.
- D-backs sign lefty Perez to two-year deal
The D-backs have agreed to terms with left-handed pitcher Oliver Perez on a two-year contract, executive vice president and general manager Kevin Towers announced on Monday night.
- Samardzija focused on doing his job, not rumors
Jeff Samardzija felt he controlled his tempo well, was able to mix his pitches the way he wanted, including his splitter, and took advantage of catcher Eli Whiteside's background with the Giants. And no matter what he does, the Cubs right-hander's name keeps popping up in trade rumors. Samardzija shrugs them off.