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MLB News - 03/30/15
- Final roster alignment a question of flexibility
The White Sox will use the last days of camp to determine if they want to go with an extra reliever or position player on their Opening Day roster.
- Wong sees positives despite down spring
In one of his better games of the spring, second baseman Kolten Wong drew two walks and scored a run in the Cardinals' 6-2 win against the Nationals on Monday. The fact that such a performance is notable is indicative of the tough time Wong has had in Grapefruit League play.
- Castro caps Cubs' comeback vs. Giants
Chris Coghlan and Tommy La Stella each hit RBI doubles, and Starlin Castro delivered a tiebreaking RBI single in a three-run sixth to lift the Cubs to an 8-5 victory Monday over the Giants in front of a sellout crowd at Sloan Park.
- Tribe backs Bauer with trio of home runs
Trevor Bauer was very strong in fanning seven over 6 1/3 innings and the Tribe blasted three home runs to grab a 4-1 victory over the White Sox on Monday at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz. Bradley Zimmer, Brett Hayes and Jerry Sands went deep.
- Rendon sees Dr. Andrews about ailing left knee
Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon traveled to meet with orthopedist Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla., on Monday in order to receive a second opinion on the sprained MCL in his left knee.
- Could Montero unseat Gee in Mets' rotation?
In the last two weeks, Rafael Montero has not only pitched well enough to claim a bullpen spot, but brilliantly enough to make a serious dent in Gee's job security. Though Dillon Gee remains the favorite with less than a week left in camp, Montero could still sneak into the starting five.
- Rays' stadium site search hits roadblock
St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and City Council Chairman Charlie Gerdes decided not to place the memorandum of understanding (addressing the revised proposal) on the agenda for Thursday's council meeting because they felt they had not gained the necessary votes for the proposal to pass.
- Joba not bothered by rough Spring Training
Despite struggling during Spring Training, Joba Chamberlain appears to be locked into one of the Tigers' bullpen spots.
- O's prospect Connaughton still focusing on basketball
Pat Connaughton, a two-sport star who also plays for the Notre Dame basketball team that was eliminated from the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night, may not return to baseball any time soon.
- Walker stifles Trout, Angels as torrid spring continues
Young right-hander Taijuan Walker continued his dominant spring for the Mariners by allowing just one run over seven innings and catcher Mike Zunino hit his seventh home run as Seattle beat the Angels, 5-3, on Monday at Peoria Stadium.