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Suk-min Yoon has returned to South Korea.

Yoon signed a three-year, $5.75 million contract with the Orioles last February, but the Korean right-hander posted a rough 5.74 ERA in 95 2/3 innings at the Triple-A level in 2014 and has apparently now ended his pursuit of a major league career. Or at least put it on hold for a bit. The 28-year-old had two years left on his deal with the O's.
Mar 5 - 9:48 AM

Miguel Cabrera (foot) is running at 72 percent of his body weight on an anti-gravity treadmill.

Once he gets to 80 percent, Cabrera will be cleared to run outside and field groundballs. The veteran slugger has been hitting for weeks in Tigers camp and still has a good shot at making the Opening Day lineup. Cabrera is recovering from October surgery to remove painful bone spurs from his right ankle and repair a stress fracture in his right foot.
Mar 5 - 9:24 AM

Josh Harrison told reporters Thursday morning that his left ankle injury is "a little minor."

Harrison was pulled from Wednesday's Grapefruit League game against the Blue Jays after rolling his left ankle. But he caught himself before he turned it too severely and should be back in action by early next week. The 2014 National League All-Star will open the 2015 season as the Pirates' starting third baseman.
Mar 5 - 9:14 AM

Dan Haren acknowledged to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman that he is no longer considering retirement.

Haren threatened to hang up his cleats for good back in November if the Dodgers traded him somewhere away from the West Coast, but he didn't follow through with that after being dealt in December to the Marlins. "I'm here," he said from Jupiter, Florida on Wednesday. The veteran right-hander posted a decent 4.02 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with 145 strikeouts in 186 innings last season for Los Angeles and should carry mixed-league fantasy value with Miami.
Mar 5 - 9:07 AM

Randy Choate dropped several pounds over the winter.

"I got a good month and half of working out and I could definitely see my body trim up," the veteran reliever told Brian Stull of STL Baseball Weekly. "It’s not like all of a sudden I’m going to look like [Matt] Holliday by any means, but it’s definitely better shape for me." Choate had an ugly 4.50 ERA in 2014, but he held left-handed batters to a .093/.205/.147 slash line. He needs to be used strictly as a lefty specialist in 2015.
Mar 5 - 8:58 AM
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