Braves lineup takes shape 

March, 27, 2015
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The gameplan for the start of the 2015 season seems to be set for the Atlanta Braves. According to Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the team is locked in at four positions with catcher Christian Bethancourt, first baseman Freddie Freeman, shortstop Andrelton Simmons and right fielder Nick Markakis.

Mariners ready to tab Walker? 

March, 27, 2015
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The answer to the question of which pitcher the Seattle Mariners have chosen to round out their rotation has yet to be officially announced, but all signs seem to be pointing to Taijuan Walker as the lucky winner.

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Angels 2B decision made? 

March, 27, 2015
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In his four seasons with the Kansas City Royals, second baseman Johnny Giavotella was barely able to stay on the big league roster, averaging just over 30 games per year for the team. Now attempting to make the Los Angeles Angels, a change of scenery seems to have done the trick.

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Wandy on the market? 

March, 27, 2015
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In a case of "what have you done for me lately" the Atlanta Braves may be reconsidering having Wandy Rodriguez as a member of their starting rotation this season.

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Tribe's trio of veterans to Triple-A? 

March, 26, 2015
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You can never have too much pitching, especially in this era where Tommy John surgeries seemingly lurk around every dark corner. That's why the Cleveland Indians are hoping to hold on to a excess of experienced hurlers, just in case.

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Diamondbacks ready to rely on Reed 

March, 26, 2015
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Addison Reed of the Arizona Diamondbacks did not take the mound at all this spring until Tuesday, when he threw one inning in a B-game. However, the closer remains confident he'll be on the mound the first time his team needs him to close out a save in April.

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Giants not looking for deals? 

March, 26, 2015
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The San Francisco Giants have never gone into a panic mode, even as they've seen two-thirds of their starting outfield get hurt this spring. Now that Angel Pagan is working his way back into game shape, that calmness certainly isn't going to go away.

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Red Sox still seeking OF answers 

March, 26, 2015
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The outfield situation for the Boston Red Sox has been a crowded one for several months now, but the time is fast approacing when a final decision on who is in and who is out needs to be made.

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Forsythe becomes key to Rays 

March, 26, 2015
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The Tampa Bay Rays seemed set at second base with a planned platoon of Nick Franklin and Logan Forsythe handling duties at the position, but injury has derailed that from taking place.

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Markakis on track for opener 

March, 25, 2015
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Since his debut in 2006, Nick Markakis has yet to play a major league game for any team other than the Baltimore Orioles. This season, however, he's with the Atlanta Braves and the outfielder says he'll be ready to start the next phase of his career right out of the gate on Opening Day.

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Phillies RF situation unclear 

March, 25, 2015
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The Philadelphia Phillies were planning to start Domonic Brown in right field on Opening Day, however, a case of moderate tendinitis in his left Achilles which has sidelined the outfielder since last Thursday may scuttle the idea.

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Where will A-Rod get his at-bats? 

March, 25, 2015
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The last time Alex Rodriguez had a major-league at-bat, it was September of 2013. The New York Yankees are hoping to get him as many chances to swing the bat in 2015 as possible, but they'll have to be a little more creative than simply writing his name down as the team's everyday designated hitter.

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Cubs to roll with Baez? 

March, 25, 2015
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Following a season in which he struck out in over 40 percent of his plate appearances, the Chicago Cubs were hoping for some improvement from Javier Baez this spring. Yet, in his first 42 plate appearances, Baez has fanned one-third of the time, leading some observers to believe a trip to the minors would be forthcoming.

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Yankees rotation still not finalized 

March, 24, 2015
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When the New York Yankees signed Chris Capuano to a one-year, $5 million deal, they were thinking they had the last spot in the starting rotation all figured out. However, a strained right quadriceps will have him sidelined for the start of the season and now manager Joe Girardi has a decision to make.

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White Sox leaning to Johnson at 2B? 

March, 24, 2015
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Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune writes that "Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura said Monday he intends to let the battle for second base play out through the remainder of spring training, but he likes the fire he has seen from prospects Micah Johnson and Carlos Sanchez as they try to win the job."

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