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MLB News - 03/03/15
- What to watch for in today's game action
The Spring Training schedule gets underway today with five matchups across the Cactus and Grapefruit Leagues, and MLB.com has several ways for you to follow the action.
- Former big leaguer McKnight dies; played for Mets and O's
Former Major Leaguer Jeff McKnight passed away on Sunday after a 10-year battle with leukemia. He was 52.
- Coleman helping White Sox craft new identity
In just the first 10 days of Spring Training, Vince Coleman has already begun to change the team culture, and he promises that his work will make a major difference over the course of 2015.
- KBO's NC Dinos wrap up inaugural spring at Compton UYA
While Major League clubs are preparing for Spring Training games in Arizona and Florida, one team from the Korea Baseball Organization wrapped up its first spring camp at the Urban Youth Academy on Monday.
- Barrett makes most of each opportunity with Nats
Nationals right-hander Aaron Barrett vowed to never let adversity get the best of him. He learned how to take the good with the bad by watching how players such as Adam LaRoche, Ian Desmond, Craig Stammen and Drew Storen reacted to certain situations.
- Depth gives White Sox options in Sale's absence
The White Sox approached this season certainly knowing they would need contributions from more than the 12 pitchers they break camp with. So if the White Sox don't have Chris Sale at the season's outset, they are comfortable with the possible fill-in options.
- Zimmerman puts in extra work at first base
After the Nationals completed their workout on Monday, Ian Desmond and Ryan Zimmerman went to Space Coast Stadium to get some extra work in the infield with manager Matt Williams and defensive coordinator and advance coach Mark Weidemaier.
- Marlins' formula makes quick turnaround feasible
Two years ago, the Miami Marlins lost 100 games. Now, without a hint of exaggeration, they can be projected as a postseason team. What happened? This was a winning combination that started with a talented young core of players developing as hoped. That made possible a series of extremely astute acquisitions this winter.
- Competition heavy for three open spots on Giants
With Tuesday's Cactus League opener against the Oakland A's, the Giants will begin conducting auditions for the few vacancies in their cast. The Giants will have exactly one relief spot up for grabs, and also could have as many as two roles available for position players.
- Versatile roster will keep Padres' infield in motion
Yangervis Solarte is a third baseman who also plays plenty of shortstop and second base. Clint Barmes spent parts of last season playing all four infield spots across the diamond. And Alexi Amarista has played at least five different positions in each of the past three years. Sense a trend in San Diego?