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Adam Warren surrendered four earned runs in 3 1/3 innings of work against the Blue Jays on Saturday.

He gave up four hits and two walks while striking out four. A pair of home runs were the primary culprits. The poor outing puts a dent in his hopes to snare the fifth and final slot in the Yankees' starting rotation. He has a 4.80 ERA with 10 strikeouts in 15 innings. He registered a 4.68 ERA in 65 1/3 innings with the Cubs and Yankees in 2016.
Mar 25 - 4:52 PM

Lance McCullers endured a rough start versus the Nationals on Saturday, giving up four runs on six hits in 3 1/3 innnings.

The bad day boosted his spring ERA up to 6.00 in 12 innings. He has been focused on improving his changeup in recent games and that could account for some of his struggles. Despite the sketchy results his rotation slot is not in jeopardy. The 23-year-old turned in a 3.22 ERA with a whopping 106 strikeouts in 81 innings last year before his season ended early due to an elbow sprain.
Mar 25 - 4:46 PM

ESPN Red Sox reporter Scott Lauber confirms David Price (elbow) will likely be out until May.

It's the clearest timeline we've gotten on Price, who remains out indefinitely after hurting his elbow early on in camp. Price finally resumed throwing on Saturday, getting in a light game of catch. The Red Sox rotation will feature Rick Porcello, Chris Sale, Steven Wright, Eduardo Rodriguez and Drew Pomeranz to begin the year.
Mar 25 - 4:44 PM

Daniel Murphy went 2-for-4 while scoring a run and driving in two versus the Astros on Saturday.

He smacked a two-run double to right field in the fourth inning. He is returning to Grapefruit League action after helping the USA win the championship of the World Baseball Classic. The two hits today raised his batting average from .176 to .238 in 21 at-bats. He had a monster fantasy season last year, nearly winning the NL batting title with a .347 batting average, 25 home runs, 88 runs scored, 104 RBI and five stolen bases in 142 games.
Mar 25 - 4:38 PM

Tyler Lyons (knee) will begin the year on the disabled list.

Lyons threw 12 pitches in his Cactus League debut on March 19 but hasn't appeared in a game since. It's unclear if he suffered a setback or if the Cardinals are just limiting his workload coming off knee surgery. With Lyons out to begin the season, Matt Bowman and Miguel Socolovich are both assured spots in the Cardinals' bullpen.
Mar 25 - 4:34 PM

Tanner Roark allowed just one run on three hits in 5 1/3 innings during Saturday's 4-1 win over the Astros.

He fanned five without walking a batter. Roark spent much of the spring with the United States team in the World Baseball Classic and this was his first start since returning to Nationals' camp. It was his third official Grapefruit League start. He now holds a sterling 0.73 ERA in 12 1/3 innings. His fantasy owners hope he can repeat the 16-10 record with a 2.83 ERA in 210 innings he put in the books in 2016.
Mar 25 - 4:28 PM

Mariners reassigned C Sebastian Valle to minor league camp.

Valle appeared in three Cactus League games this spring, collecting one hit in four at-bats. The 26-year-old spent last year with the Yankees' Double-A affiliate in Trenton, hitting .202 with four homers and 18 RBI.
Mar 25 - 4:23 PM

R.A. Dickey held the Mets to two runs on seven hits in six innings of work on Saturday.

He gave up a home run to Michael Conforto in the first inning but it ended up being his best outing of the spring. He lowered his ERA to 6.00 with 11 strikeouts in 21 innings. Dickey turned in a 10-15 record with a 4.46 ERA last season with the Blue Jays. The 42-year-old is now back in the National League, where he won the Cy Young Award in 2012 with the Mets.
Mar 25 - 4:19 PM
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