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Indians manager Terry Francona said Sunday that Corey Kluber may not take the ball on Opening Day.

Francona is concerned over the heavy workload that his star right-hander shouldered in 2016 and has said it's okay if Kluber isn't ready to start on Opening Day. It sounds as though the club is going to take it easy on Kluber this spring after logging 249 1/3 innings in 2016.
Feb 19 - 11:44 PM

Mike Minor (shoulder) is preparing as a reliever in spring training, competing for a job in the club's Opening Day bullpen.

Minor was limited to just 10 minor league appearances in 2016 due to his troublesome shoulder. Both Minor and the Royals are hopeful that pitching out of the bullpen will lead to less wear and tear on his shoulder and keep him healthier. The move to the pen should also boost his velocity and effectiveness.
Feb 19 - 10:49 PM

Jayson Werth told reporters on Sunday that he and the Nationals have yet to discuss a contract extension to keep the outfielder in Washington beyond the 2017 season.

Werth acknowledged that while the two sides hadn't talked yet, "there's always a possibility" that something could get worked out. He's entering the final season of a seven-year, $126 million contract signed in 2011. Werth believes he has plenty left in the tank and has no plans to retire after the upcoming season.
Feb 19 - 10:06 PM

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Sunday that he doesn't envision having a platoon partner for Joc Pederson, indicating that the 24-year-old slugger could get more at-bats against left-handed pitching.

Pederson clubbed 25 home runs in just 476 plate appearances in 2016. His at-bats were limited in part due to his struggles against southpaws where he hit just .125/.250/.219 with 22 strikeouts in 64 at-bats. While the extra at-bats could be a boon to his fantasy value, extra exposure against lefties will certainly bring down his already questionable batting average.
Feb 19 - 9:13 PM

Kennys Vargas spent a week over the winter taking hitting lessons in the Dominican Republic from Manny Ramirez.

Vargas was introduced by teammate Miguel Sano who declined Ramirez' invitation. Along with working on the mental aspect of hitting, the 26-year-old slugger was encouraged by Ramirez to elevate the ball more. While it isn't a guarantee of success, taking the advice of future Hall of Famers can't hurt Vargas' chances of success in 2017.
Feb 19 - 8:42 PM
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