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Carlos Villanueva has signed a $1.5 million contract with the Hanwha Eagles of the Korea Baseball Organization.

Villanueva was unable to net a contract that he liked with a major league club after posting a 5.96 ERA for the Padres last season. The 33-year-old will be teammates with Alexi Ogando and Wilin Rosario with Hanwha.
Feb 24 - 8:37 AM

Jake Barrett lost 30 pounds over the offseason.

"I was at my all-time high at the end of the season, about 265 (pounds)," Barrett said. "And I talked to our strength coach and he said he wanted me down to 235-ish. I was able to get down all the way to there. It was a lot of working out, a lot of running, a healthy diet." Barrett is coming off a nice rookie season that saw him post a 3.49 ERA and 56/28 K/BB ratio over 59 1/3 innings. He also saved games and is probably the favorite for the closer job if Fernando Rodney fails, which is certainly a possibility.
Feb 24 - 8:30 AM

Tyler Collins won't be able to play the field for a couple weeks after suffering a strained left lat.

Collins is still able to hit and run, but he can't throw and thus is unable to play defense. It's obviously not ideal as the 26-year-old competes for the Tigers' center field job, although he should still have time to make a nice impression. Collins entered camp as the likely favorite to start in center against right-handers.
Feb 24 - 8:17 AM

Christian Bethancourt has been alternating two days catching and one day pitching at spring training.

Because mastering one position wasn't enough for Bethancourt, he'll see work behind the plate, in the outfield and on the mound this season. It sounds gimmicky but Bethancourt's pitching prowess is no joke. His fastball sits in the mid-90s and he's also been developing a changeup. Bethancourt won't put up huge numbers but his versatility makes him one of the most fascinating players in baseball.
Feb 23 - 11:45 PM

Stephen Strasburg pitched in an intrasquad game on Thursday.

It was Strasburg's first time throwing to live hitters since partially tearing the pronator tendon in his right elbow on September 7. He wasn't particularly sharp, needing 23 pitches to get through four batters. On the plus side, Strasburg was able to use his whole repertoire. Strasburg pitched exclusively out of the stretch, a move designed to speed up his delivery to home plate. The 28-year-old is always great when healthy but that hasn't been a frequent occurrence.
Feb 23 - 10:26 PM
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