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3/20/2013 | Vogelsong's stellar start sets up scoreless tie
San Francisco's Ryan Vogelsong and Milwaukee's Chris Narveson shared flawlessness for a significant portion of Wednesday afternoon as the Giants and Brewers played to a 0-0 tie in 10 innings at Scottsdale Stadium.

3/20/2013 | Crawford's three-hit day helps Giants past Padres
Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford had three hits and drove in a run on Wednesday as the Giants topped the Padres, 6-4, in a Cactus League game at the Peoria Sports Complex.

3/20/2013 | Dodgers fear Hanley could be out two months
Results of Wednesday's MRI on starting shortstop Hanley Ramirez's right thumb are not expected until Thursday, but the club fears he could be out two months or more due to an injury suffered in Tuesday night's final of the World Baseball Classic.

3/20/2013 | Gloves 4 Troops has soldiers worldwide playing catch
The impact of an idea born out of time Vance Albitz spent surfing the Internet has spurred games of catch at military bases around the world. Albitz, a Minor Leaguer in the Cardinals' system, has created Gloves 4 Troops, which has provided thousands of gloves to U.S. servicemen and women overseas.

3/20/2013 | Adjustments key to Clevenger's fresh start
A .300 hitter in the Minors, Steve Clevenger struggled in 2012 when he was unable to adapt to how pitchers were approaching him. He's determined to be ready for whatever they throw at him this year.

3/20/2013 | Latos more at ease entering second year with Reds
By Mat Latos' estimate, he is 100 percent looser this spring, and free from the burden he felt from the trade. It has made the Reds pitcher's baseball life all the better.

3/20/2013 | Tooth problem may be setback for Soriano
Reliever Rafael Soriano, who has made just five Grapefruit League appearances this spring, could be looking at another setback in the coming days. Davey Johnson said Soriano has been bothered by a wisdom tooth problem, and it's something that could require surgery in the near future.

3/20/2013 | Harper drives in four to back Young's strong start
The Washington Nationals sent their primary roster to Roger Dean Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. Bryce Harper had two hits and drove in four runs in the Nationals' 7-5 victory over the Marlins.

3/20/2013 | d'Arnaud has thumb surgery, placed on 60-day DL
Chase d'Arnaud, who appeared on track to make the Opening Day roster, had surgery to repair a partially torn ligament in his left thumb on Monday at the Cleveland Clinic. He is expected to be out up to eight weeks.

3/20/2013 | Like Rox's rotation, Pomeranz a work in progress
The would-be future face of the Colorado Rockies' rotation, Drew Pomeranz, was laboring under the Arizona sun the other day at Salt River Fields. His delivery was inconsistent, his curveball flat and he left a few fastballs up in the zone.

3/20/2013 | Walker has unique perspective on Bucs' drought
As a fan first, then as a player, Pittsburgh native Neil Walker has experienced the Pirates' 20-year run of losing seasons like no other.

3/20/2013 | Yanks, Sox dedicating Opening Day to Newtown
On Opening Day at Yankee Stadium on April 1, the Yankees and Red Sox will stand together in dedicating the game to the victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting, their families and the greater community of Newtown.

3/20/2013 | Classic gains: Players aim to benefit from tourney
What some players experienced over the past few weeks in the World Baseball Classic couldn't be duplicated in Spring Training. Now players will look to reap the benefits of international play when they return to their Major League camps in Florida and Arizona.

3/20/2013 | Early risers: Clubhouse managers always on task
Clubhouse managers maneuver through a season with complete anonymity, hidden from the public eye, recognizable to very few. But within the inner workings of a Major League Baseball team, they're at the epicenter of the action. They're the eyes and ears of an operation. The most trusted members of an exclusive fraternity, with very limited membership.

3/20/2013 | Looking into Classic's future, MLB sees growth
The third edition of the World Baseball Classic was "a home run," Tim Brosnan, MLB's executive vice president of business operations, said on Tuesday night as the Dominican Republic players were celebrating their tournament victory on the soggy AT&T Park field.

3/20/2013 | Zunino among three trimmed from big league camp
Catcher Mike Zunino, the Mariners' first-round Draft choice last June, was among three players cut from the Major League camp Tuesday night.

3/20/2013 | Reyes sets tone for DR's Classic title victory
Jose Reyes set the tone for the Dominican Republic with a leadoff double in the championship game against Puerto Rico, and his countrymen followed his lead in a 3-0 victory.

3/20/2013 | Thanks to Classic run, 'baseball is back' in PR
When Puerto Rico's World Baseball Classic ride ended Tuesday night at AT&T Park -- Angel Pagan's home field -- there weren't feelings of regret or disappointment because the center fielder was able to visualize the sights of his nation.

3/20/2013 | Classic leaves lasting impression on world stage
The World Baseball Classic lived up to its billing in 2013. The only problem? It won't come around again until 2017.

3/20/2013 | Zito fans seven Mariners in longest spring outing
Giants lefty Barry Zito sharpened up for his 14th season in the Majors by limiting the Mariners to two runs and five hits in five innings,lowering his ERA to 3.46 in a 6-3 loss at Peoria Stadium.

3/20/2013 | Maurer impresses as Mariners top Giants
Right-hander Brandon Maurer continued his impressive bid for a spot in the Mariners' rotation with five innings of one-run ball and Kendrys Morales homered in his third straight game on Tuesday night as Seattle topped the Giants, 6-3, at a sold-out Peoria Stadium.

3/19/2013 | Panda's injured elbow complicated by bone spurs
The Giants have learned that their All-Star third baseman has not only an inflamed ulnar nerve in his right elbow, but also a bone spur in the back of his elbow that head athletic trainer Dave Groeschner described as "chronic."

3/19/2013 | Mijares, Sanchez close in on return to action
In addition to Pablo Sandoval, two other members of the Giants' projected Opening Day roster are striving to recover from injuries, left-hander Jose Mijares and switch-hitting backup catcher Hector Sanchez.

3/19/2013 | Hanley expected to get MRI after jamming thumb
Dodgers infielder Hanley Ramirez exited the Dominican Republic's 3-0 win in the World Baseball Classic championship game in the sixth inning on Tuesday night after jamming his right thumb earlier in the game.

3/19/2013 | DR starter Deduno in Classic form despite rain
He isn't as recognizable as some of his Dominican teammates, but Samuel Deduno certainly made his presence known at the 2013 World Baseball Classic.


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