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According to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, the Red Sox could be a team to watch for Eric Hosmer if the Royals shop him this summer.

Hosmer, Lorenzo Cain and Mike Moustakas are headed for free agency and the Royals could shop all three if the team falls out of contention by the trade deadline. Adding Hosmer to Boston's stacked lineup would make the Red Sox heavy favorites to win the American League. Of course, he'd only be a rental as top prospect Sam Travis is considered the Red Sox's first baseman of the future.
Source: Boston Globe
Mar 25 - 11:41 PM

Jae-gyun Hwang is expected to begin the year with Triple-A Sacramento.

Hwang has had a good spring, hitting .308 with four homers and 11 RBI through 39 at-bats. However it wouldn't hurt for him to get more seasoning while playing on a daily basis in the minor leagues. In particular, Hwang said he's still getting used to the strike zone and wants to improve his defense at third base.
Source: CSN Bay Area
Mar 25 - 10:30 PM

Marlins manager Don Mattingly said there's no timetable for Jeff Locke's (biceps) return.

Locke recently threw a 15-pitch bullpen session and is due for another one in a few days. "Everything is progressing still," said Mattingly. "And that's our main thing with him, start building him up." After Locke gets a few bullpens under his belt, he'll likely advance to a minor league rehab assignment. The ex-Pirate is primed for a long relief role this season and could make a few starts here and there.
Mar 25 - 10:23 PM

Carter Capps (elbow) is expected to make his Cactus League debut Monday against the Mariners.

Capps has pitched in minor league games but this will be his first go-round against big-leaguers. The right-hander is on the comeback trail after undergoing Tommy John surgery last spring. Capps will be a valuable late-inning arm for the Padres when he's at full strength.
Mar 25 - 10:17 PM

Giants reassigned RHP Jose Dominguez to minor league camp.

Dominguez was hoping to carve a spot for himself in the Giants' bullpen but looked sluggish over five Cactus League outings, contributing a 5.79 ERA during that span. San Francisco's roster is down to 39 with a little over a week to go before the regular season.
Mar 25 - 10:12 PM

Cory Spangenberg contributed three hits Saturday in the Padres’ Cactus League loss to the Giants.

The Padres somehow lost this game despite building a 7-1 lead after three innings. Spangenberg drilled a solo homer off Chris Stratton and also added a pair of singles. The 26-year-old has been locked in all spring, slashing .349/.391/.535 over 42 Cactus League at-bats. He’s slated to back up Ryan Schimpf at second base this season.
Mar 25 - 10:00 PM

Clayton Richard yielded eight hits and five runs (three earned) over six innings Saturday in the Padres’ Cactus League loss to the Giants.

He fanned two and walked one. Richard had things mostly under control in the early going before letting up four runs over his last two frames. Buster Posey and Brandon Crawford combined for three hits off the left-hander including a pair of home runs. Richard hasn’t done much to instill confidence this spring, contributing a sluggish 7.36 ERA over five starts.
Mar 25 - 9:59 PM

Chris Stratton got rocked Saturday in the Giants’ Cactus League win over the Padres, allowing nine hits, seven runs and one walk over three disastrous innings.

He also added three strikeouts. Four of the Padres’ nine hits off Stratton went for extra bases including three homers. The Padres got to Statton for three hits in every inning and scored at least twice in each frame. Saturday’s debacle brought Stratton’s spring ERA up from 1.80 all the way to 9.00. Stratton spent most of last year in the minor leagues and will probably head back there to start 2017.
Mar 25 - 9:57 PM
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