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Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the A's have agreed to a minor league contract with Brett Anderson.

It's not official just yet, but an announcement could be coming shortly. Anderson began his major league career with the Athletics back in 2009 and had some successful seasons before injuries seriously derailed things. The 30-year-old left-hander posted a rough 6.34 ERA, 1.70 WHIP, and 38/21 K/BB ratio in 55 1/3 innings (13 starts) last summer between the Cubs and Blue Jays.
Mar 20 - 2:08 PM

Mallex Smith (hamstring) took five at-bats in a minor league game Tuesday in Rays camp.

"No hesitation, stole a base, no second thought with any of my movements," Smith told reporters afterward. "So that was relieving." Smith hasn't appeared in a Grapefruit League game since March 8 because of a hamstring strain, but the 24-year-old speedster should be fine for the start of the 2018 regular season. He's a nice late-round sleeper for stolen bases.
Mar 20 - 1:47 PM

Justin Turner will not require surgery for his fractured left wrist.

Turner suffered a non-displaced fracture Monday night when he was hit by a pitch in a Cactus League game. He'll be in a brace for a couple of days but can then begin range of motion exercises. "Good news," the veteran third baseman told reporters Tuesday in Dodgers camp. This is still going to be a lengthy absence, but the timetable might be closer to four or five weeks than eight or nine. Logan Forsythe is expected to open the season at the hot corner for Los Angeles, with Enrique Hernandez and Chase Utley sharing time at second base.
Mar 20 - 1:44 PM

Ji-Man Choi has been sidelined for the past couple of days due to sore ribs.

And he will likely need a couple more days of rest. Choi has batted .419/.525/.871 with three home runs and nine RBI in 19 games this spring, but it's hard to see a fit for him on the Brewers' major league roster. Maybe another club will take a look at the 26-year-old South Korean first baseman.
Mar 20 - 1:41 PM

Kyle Hendricks was scratched from a scheduled minor league start Tuesday due to strep throat.

Hendricks will play catch instead, and perhaps even throw a bullpen session. The crafty 28-year-old right-hander should be ready for his first turn in the Cubs' regular-season rotation. He registered a 3.03 ERA, 1.18 WHIP, and 123/40 K/BB ratio across 139 2/3 innings (24 starts) last year.
Mar 20 - 1:18 PM
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