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Collin McHugh has yet to throw live batting practice in Astros camp.

Astros manager A.J. Hinch told reporters Monday that McHugh "hasn't felt perfect" in his side sessions. It sounds like more of a mechanical thing than a health concern. Look for a fresh update later this week.
Feb 27 - 9:31 AM

Kolten Wong (shoulder) is starting at second base and batting leadoff in Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Red Sox.

It will be the first live action of the spring for Wong, who's been slowed in Cardinals camp by some lingering right shoulder inflammation. Cardinals manager Mike Matheny insisted to reporters Sunday that the shoulder discomfort is not a big concern, but we'll continue to monitor the situation closely. Wong has dealt with shoulder problems before.
Feb 27 - 9:22 AM

Astros prospect Garrett Stubs is being held out of Grapefruit League action due to discomfort in his right shoulder.

It doesn't sound like anything major, but the Astros will play it safe here in late February with the talented 23-year-old catcher. Stubbs, an eighth-round pick in 2015 out of USC, batted .304/.391/.469 with 10 home runs and 15 stolen bases in 86 games last season between High-A Lancaster and Double-A Corpus Christi.
Feb 27 - 9:08 AM

J.D. Martinez (pectorals) is back in the Tigers' lineup for Monday's Grapefruit League game.

He will start in right field and bat cleanup against the Braves after sitting out a couple days due to minor soreness in one of his pectoral muscles. It obviously wasn't serious.
Feb 27 - 8:57 AM

According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, the Nationals have expressed interest in free agent Angel Pagan.

But only if it's going to be a non-guaranteed minor league deal, per Rosenthal's sources. Pagan has struggled to attract meaningful interest on the open market as a 35-year-old outfielder with durability issues. He could back up new center fielder Adam Eaton in Washington. Michael Taylor would probably then open the season at Triple-A.
Feb 27 - 8:35 AM
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