Some on the Top 100 prospects list are still in big league camps, hoping to push the timing of the future up just a bit. Some are sure-fire bets to break camp with the parent club. Some are still trying to make the team. MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo takes a look at those who are still making noise in the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues.
Cactus and Grapefruit League action is winding down with the regular season just days away. A few aces will be on the mound today for their final spring tuneups, while others are out to prove they belong on Opening Day rosters.
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Justin Masterson walked off the mound to loud applause on Monday night, finishing a strong outing by inducing Torii Hunter into a 6-4-3 double play.
When Mike Napoli finished his swing, all he had left to hold was a tiny part of his bat handle. The rest of the bat went to third base, where Twins third baseman Trevor Plouffe fielded it.
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George Springer and Jason Castro each hit solo homers, but it wasn't quite enough to back lefty Brett Oberholtzer in Monday's 7-4 Astros loss to the Blue Jays.
Drew Pomeranz, already viewed as the frontrunner for the fifth spot in the A's rotation, showed why Monday, mowing down his former Rockies team with ease in an 11-2 victory.
On Monday afternoon at Peoria Sports Complex, the best pitcher in the Cactus League this spring, 22-year-old Mariners right-hander Taijuan Walker, stood tall against Mike Trout and Albert Pujols, two of the best hitters of the last decade.
D-backs manager Chip Hale announced his rotation Monday along with a handful of roster moves, and later said the team had reassigned Cuban free-agent pitcher Yoan Lopez to Minor League camp. Surprisingly, Archie Bradley -- rated the club's No. 1 prospect by MLB.com -- is in the running for the last bullpen spot.
Red Sox closer Koji Uehara still can't go with 100 percent intensity in side sessions, thanks to lingering discomfort in his right hamstring.
The Red Sox have acted quickly to fill their need at catcher, acquiring strong defender Sandy Leon from the Washington Nationals for cash considerations on Monday.
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.
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.
The Cubs' decision to send slugger Kris Bryant to the Minors to open the season has divided the baseball world, but the decision is totally justifiable, writes former Major League general manager Dan O'Dowd.
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.