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Zach Davies could have had a better day Wednesday in the Brewers’ Cactus League loss to the Angels, allowing five hits and four runs over four strenuous innings.

He struck out one batter and walked one. Davies barely got out of the first, yielding four runs before Dustin Ackley was caught stealing for the final out of the frame. He fared much better in subsequent innings, retiring the side in order in the second and fourth and only allowing one man to reach in the third. That came on a one-out walk to C.J. Cron. The 24-year-old produced a 5.50 ERA over six Cactus League starts.
Mar 29 - 7:02 PM

Padres manager Andy Green confirmed that Brandon Maurer will serve as closer to start the 2017 season.

Green said that situation might occasionally dictate another arm for the ninth inning, but for all practical purposes, this will be Maurer's job until he loses it. In 69 2/3 innings last season, the 26-year-old right-hander was a somewhat sketchy 13-of-19 in save chances while posting a 4.52 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 72/23 K/BB ratio. He holds low-grade interest for NL-only and deeper mixed-league formats, but those 2016 numbers will realistically need to improve during the coming campaign if he is to serve as anything more than a filler closer option for fantasy purposes.
Mar 29 - 6:56 PM

Randal Grichuk (finger) will not take part in the Cardinals' exhibition game on Thursday.

Grichuk might sit out the Cards' exhibition game on Friday, too. He was hit on the right hand by a pitch on Wednesday. While the team did not send him in for X-rays, they will do so if he is still feeling discomfort on Thursday. J.J. Bailey of KMOV is reporting that the tests Grichuk did undergo did not indicate a broken bone. Grichuk will serve as the Cardinals' starting left fielder come Opening Day so long as this injury is not more serious than initially believed.
Source: MLB.com
Mar 29 - 6:25 PM

Ichiro Suzuki said that he wants to play until he is 50 years old.

The 43-year-old future Hall of Famer is the oldest active position player in majors. Among all players, only Bartolo Colon (50 days his senior) is older. Said Ichiro of the possibility of playing until 50, "Nobody knows what the future holds. But the way I feel, how I’m thinking, I feel like nothing can stop me from doing it." This past season, Ichiro saw 327 at-bats with the Marlins and hit .291/.354/.376 with 48 runs scored and 10 steals. He will once again serve as the team's fourth outfielder during the coming season.
Source: Miami Herald
Mar 29 - 6:09 PM

Orioles placed OF Aneury Tavarez on outright waivers.

The Orioles selected Tavarez from the Red Sox using the No. 12 pick in December's Rule 5 draft. Assuming he manages to pass through waivers unclaimed, he will remain in the Orioles' organization -- though not as part of the active 40-man roster. The soon-to-be 25-year-old outfielder slashed a marvelous .335/.379/.506 with seven homers, 47 RBI and 18 steals over the course of 385 at-bats with Double-A Portland in 2016.
Mar 29 - 5:50 PM

Tony Zych (biceps) threw 10 pitches in a perfect inning during a minor league game on Wednesday.

Zych fanned one in his economical showing. He is next scheduled to throw on Saturday. Offseason biceps surgery precipitated the need to work him along slowly this spring, but he looks to be on track for Opening Day -- or close to it -- barring setback.
Mar 29 - 5:40 PM

Blue Jays reassigned RHP Dominic Leone and C Juan Graterol to minor league camp.

Leone's reassignment is noteworthy, as he had been competing with Mike Bolsinger, Ryan Tepera and Aaron Loup for a spot in the Opening Day bullpen. The Jays figure to whittle down that competition further within the next few days. Leone, 25, landed with the Blue Jays after being claimed off waivers from the Diamondbacks in November. With a career ERA of 4.07 across 108 1/3 innings pitched, he could potentially earn a call to the big league club as needed during the season.
Mar 29 - 5:35 PM

Brock Stassi went 2-for-3 with a homer and a walk as a Phillies split-squad topped the Tigers 8-2 on Wednesday.

The Phillies signaled that they'd keep Stassi when they made the move to release Chris Coghlan. Stassi has had an awesome spring, hitting .339 with six homers in 56 at-bats. The power outburst is somewhat out of character; he finished with 12 homers in 375 at-bats in Triple-A last year and his career high is 15 homers. He has a nice approach at the plate and he could contribute in the majors in a limited role, but not a whole lot should be expected.
Mar 29 - 5:24 PM
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