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March 14, 2014

Angels' Mike Trout not concerned about contract talks

Los Angeles Times "Mike Trout has not set a deadline for negotiations on a long-term contract extension, and the Angels' center fielder said Thursday he would not be opposed to talks carrying into the regular season. Players in similar situations often prefer to sign before the start of the season, so talks don't..." March 14

  • Braves’ Gattis had knee surgery in October

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Braves catcher Evan Gattis hadn’t caught consecutive games this spring until Thursday, and now we know why: He had knee surgery in October, and the team has been careful with his workload behind the plate. Gattis told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he had arthroscopic surgery to remove..." March 14

  • Twins sign closer Glen Perkins to contract extension

    Hardball Talk "Glen Perkins was already under team control through 2015, with a team option for 2016, but the Twins and their 31-year-old closer have agreed to an extension that runs through at least 2017. Perkins is a Minnesota native who starred for the University of Minnesota and is very active in local..." March 14

  • New York Daily News "Dan Warthen walked into a sympathetic clubhouse Thursday morning. The Mets pitching coach, who had to apologize Wednesday night for using a racial slur earlier in the week, got a handshake and big hug from injured ace Matt Harvey and the private support of most of the players. According to a..." March 14

  • The Red Sox could be sued over “B-Strong”

    Hardball Talk "This hit the news two weeks ago, but I missed it because I was derping around Florida. It appears that no resolution has been announced yet, however, so it’s still an operative controversy, as we in the controversy business say. A Texas-based foundation — The Braden Aboud Memorial Foundation —..." March 14

  • Tex-citing times: Mark’s eager to rebound from wrist injury

    New York Post "The unknown is out there, and Mark Teixeira is set to make the most of it. That, in a way, always has been the secret to his success. “This is a game you have to try to make fun,’’ Teixeira told The Post Thursday. “You can make it not fun and you can make it really difficult. Last year it..." March 14

  • Rangers Shin-Soo Choo takes injection for elbow soreness, remains in lineup as DH

    Dallas Morning News "The minor elbow pain Shin-Soo Choo experienced a week ago has lingered and on Thursday he received an injection of anti-inflammatory medication to combat it. Choo felt more soreness in the elbow after making a throw home from left field on Wednesday. He was still in the lineup on Thursday, but..." March 14

  • Hardball Talk "Gregory Polanco was always a long shot to make the Pirates out of spring training and today the team officially ruled him out, optioning the 22-year-old top prospect to the minors among the latest batch of roster cuts. Polanco was impressive in camp, but has just 70 games of experience above..." March 14

  • Indians' Jason Giambi has fractured rib, out 3-4 weeks

    Akron Beacon Journal "Indians first baseman/designated hitter Jason Giambi has been diagnosed with a small non-displaced rib fracture on his right side and will be out three to four weeks, the Tribe announced Thursday. Giambi was hurt when he was hit by an Edwin Jackson pitch in the third inning Friday against the..." March 14

  • Can Archie Bradley, MLB's top pitching prospect, make D-Backs?

    CBSSports.com "When Diamondbacks' 21-year-old wunderkind pitcher Archie Bradley got into the slightest bit of trouble in grade school, middle school or even high school back in his home state of Oklahoma, a stern sort of principal named Pam Bradley – yes, his mom – would give him detention or even..." March 14

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