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MLB News - 03/05/15
- Votto close to making Cactus League debut
Reds star Joey Votto, who missed 100 games last season because of a distal strain of his left quadriceps, was not in the lineup for the first three spring games vs. the Indians. However, manager Bryan Price said Thursday that Votto's will soon see game action.
- Coke reportedly headed to Cubs on Minors pact
The Cubs have reportedly signed reliever Phil Coke to a Minor League deal, according to FOXSports.com.
- Arbitrator reportedly to decide if Hamilton goes to rehab
An arbitrator will decide whether Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton should enter a substance-abuse rehabilitation program after a four-member advisory board deadlocked on a decision, the Los Angeles Times reported late Wednesday.
- Trout exemplifies leadership for Angels
In the Angels' camp, Albert Pujols, Jered Weaver and Huston Street fill the roles of leaders nicely. But there is another leader here, and there is nothing ordinary about him. Mike Trout, at 23, doesn't have to say a word. But make no mistake, he already is a formidable presence as a leader by example.
- Bucs lead clubs eager to take next step this season
As we speak, there are 29 baseball teams in Spring Training that are all talking about "taking the next step." The only team that does not have to talk like this is the San Francisco Giants. The Giants could very easily discuss "taking the same step," the one that has led them to three World Series championships over five seasons.
- What to watch for in today's game action
For the first time this spring, all 30 Major League clubs across the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues will be in action today, with Max Scherzer's Nationals debut among plenty of highlights.
- Victory over alma mater sweet for Perkins
It was just an exhibition game to open Spring Training for the Twins, but for closer Glen Perkins it was a memorable experience, as he got to face off against his alma mater, the University of Minnesota, on Wednesday night at Hammond Stadium.
- De La Rosa makes strong case for rotation spot in debut
Bidding for a spot in the D-backs rotation, Rubby De La Rosa made a bright impression on his 26th birthday. In two innings against the Rockies, he struck out two and demonstrated resolve in escaping a second-inning test.