The first game of the regular season is now less than a week away, and Spring Training has entered the home stretch. Teams are trimming rosters and pondering final decisions, while players are running out of chances to make a good impression or tune up for April.
Mariners prospect Jabari Henry dedicated his big Sunday to his friend and teammate Victor Sanchez, who died Saturday in Venezuela.
Brandon Magee has already played 17 games in the National Football League. At some point this year, he might play his first baseball game professionally at one of the Minor League affiliates for the Boston Red Sox.
Kendall Graveman has looked like a very emphatic answer this spring in why the A's were willing to trade Josh Donaldson. Graveman has pitched his way into the A's rotation, where at the moment, he is penciled into the No. 4 spot.
Kris Bryant made his second start in left field on Sunday and manager Joe Maddon wants the Cubs top prospect to get more time there.
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg announced that Odubel Herrera will be the team's Opening Day center field and Ben Revere will start in left field.
David Robertson threw a scoreless inning of relief during the White Sox 4-1 victory over the Indians Sunday at Goodyear Ballpark.
Nolan Ryan seemed to be everywhere in Nathan Eovaldi's shared hometown of Alvin, Texas, and the strikeout king was also present during Eovaldi's scoreless outing in the Yankees' 7-0 victory over the Astros on Sunday afternoon at Osceola County Stadium.
Shelby Miller produced his most dominant outing of the spring as he limited the Pirates to one hit over six innings on Sunday afternoon at Champion Stadium.
Justin Verlander resumed throwing on Sunday, but it is still unclear whether he will make his next scheduled start on Thursday vs. the Yankees.
At this stage of Alex Rodriguez's career, there are not many new experiences to be found between the white lines. Standing at first base, charging a ground ball and feeding it to a moving target qualified as one of them.
Jung Ho Kang's 2-for-4 vs. the Braves gave him three hits in his last eight at-bats, after three in his first 27 at-bats. Those last eight at-bats have come since Kang took a big league timeout at Pirate City, the place that seems to refresh all slumping Pirates.
Publicly, the Mets have still not deemed Dillon Gee their fifth starter. But Gee continued to make that little more than a formality on Sunday, actually raising his ERA to 2.49 by giving up two runs over seven innings against the Cardinals.
Joe Maddon is eager to get to Wrigley Field to see his new digs. "I'm curious abbout my office," Maddon said Sunday. "I keep hearing it's one-third of the size of the one I have here [in Mesa]. I like space, but I won't have space.
Austin Meadows received a treat Sunday, starting in right field and playing the entirety of the Bucs' 4-2 Grapefruit League victory over the Braves.
David Lough is not progressing as quickly as the Orioles would have hoped, with the outfielder -- who is dealing with a hamstring/back injury -- now a possibility to start the season on the disabled list.
After watching his team defeat the Marlins, 11-7, on Sunday afternoon, manager Matt Williams announced that reliever Casey Janssen will have an MRI on his right shoulder on Monday.