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  • Gausman to start on Opening Day

    Kevin Gausman

    Before he was officially told, Kevin Gausman had an inkling that he may be the Orioles' Opening Day starter. After all, his spring starts lined up perfectly with the start of the season.

  • Mondesi wins starting second base job

    Raul Mondesi

    The intense and complicated battle for the Royals' second-base job is over, as manager Ned Yost named 21-year-old Raul Mondesi his starter Monday morning.

  • Soler sustains oblique strain

    Jorge Soler

    Royals outfielder Jorge Soler sustained an oblique strain in his final at-bat in a Minor League game on Sunday and could start the regular season on the disabled list, manager Ned Yost said.

  • Mesoraco unlikely to be ready for Opening Day

    Devin Mesoraco

    Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco isn't expected to be on the Opening Day roster after camp breaks because he hasn't built up enough of a catching workload yet.

  • Matz to have next start skipped

    Steven Matz

    A flare-up of irritation in Steven Matz's left elbow has prompted the Mets to skip his next start, general manager Sandy Alderson announced Sunday.

  • Kipnis gets cage action, Chisenhall shut down

    Jason Kipnis

    Jason Kipnis has taken the first step back toward the Indians lineup.

  • Price shows increased strength in elbow

    David Price

    David Price's latest check-in with Boston's medical staff showed strength gains in his left elbow, which led to the first gradual step of a throwing program on Saturday.

  • Norris' signing gives Rays a bevy of backstops

    Derek Norris

    Derek Norris is officially in the fold, which means the Rays' catching depth is now four deep.

  • Rox don't expect Gray's sore toe to be serious

    Jon Gray

    Right-hander Jon Gray, the Rockies' expected Opening Day starter, left Friday's 6-5 loss against the Giants with soreness in his left big toe after giving up seven straight hits in the third inning.

  • Travis clears big hurdle playing 5 frames vs. Sox

    Devon Travis

    As Devon Travis took his familiar place in the infield on Friday, the Blue Jays' second baseman had a feeling that the first major fielding hurdle of his Grapefruit League debut was going to come swiftly. Boston's Brock Holt wasted no time affirming that, sending a sharp grounder up the middle on the game's second pitch.