Cincinnati Reds pitchers Homer Bailey, who is recovering from September surgery, and Mike Leake will make their next starts in Minor League games.
Sonny Gray was knocked around by the Brewers on Wednesday, but the A's Opening Day starter was told to forget about the outing as quickly as he left it.
The Angels' fifth starter to begin the season could either be Andrew Heaney, or Nick Tropeano, or one of the less-heralded players remaining in camp, or nobody.
Opening Day starter Johnny Cueto's extended leave from camp for a family issue appears to be near its end, after the Reds ace left the team last week to go home to the Dominican Republic for an unspecified emergency.
Jeff Samardzija, who was the Opening Day starter for the Cubs for the past two seasons, will take the mound for the White Sox season opener on April 6 in Kansas City.
Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will make his lone Arizona appearance of Spring Training when he does play-by-play of Friday night's Dodgers-Giants game from Camelback Ranch on SportsNet LA.
Yasiel Puig showed off his throwing arm and bat flip in the first inning of Wednesday's Dodgers-Padres game, which the Dodgers won, 9-5, at Camelback Ranch.
If it appears that Masahiro Tanaka isn't lighting up the radar gun like he did during his terrific rookie campaign, the Yankees right-hander is armed with a good explanation, and it's one which he says is unrelated to last year's elbow injury. Tanaka revealed on Wednesday that he has decided to throw his two-seam fastball more this spring, a pitch that has less velocity than his four-seamer but adds downward movement.
Miguel Cabrera originally wasn't scheduled to make his first start at first base this spring until Thursday, especially after serving as the designated hitter against the Yankees on Tuesday night. He convinced head athletic trainer Kevin Rand that he felt good enough to move up the timetable a day, rather than DH in a Minor League game as previously planned.
On April 9, the Padres will unveil the largest video board in the National League for the team's home opener at Petco Park against the Giants. On July 12, 2016, the team will host baseball's All-Star Game. So what's next for the Padres and team president and CEO Mike Dee?
Kevin Pillar received a lot of attention over the past two weeks for the sneeze heard around the world, but he's taken all of the jokes in stride. Pillar made his return to the field on Wednesday afternoon following a 10-day absence, and it didn't take very long to get back into the swing of things.
The Tigers have opened discussions with left-hander David Price and his agent, Bo McKinnis, about the potential of a contract extension. At this point, however, they're basically talking about concepts. No numbers have been mentioned, Price said Wednesday morning.
R.J. Alvarez has already impressed the A's with his hard-throwing ways early in Spring Training, and the 23-year-old is eager to succeed in a competition for two open bullpen spots.
The Rangers and Reds played to a 6-6 tie on Monday night at Surprise Stadium in a game that ended after 10 innings.
Yovani Gallardo has returned home. The right-hander, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, was traded from the Brewers to the Rangers during the offseason. "I'm not the first one or the last to be traded," Gallardo said. "I look at it like a new chapter in my career."
Spring Training games continue today in Florida and Arizona. A former National League MVP returns after dealing with soreness, while multiple pitchers continue their bids to make their respective rotations.
The Mariners are getting the attention of the rest of the American League. This is a team that has reason to believe it can claim the AL West, but it could well find itself next October appearing in a World Series for the first time.