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Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports that the Orioles are interested in Jarrod Dyson.

Kubatko writes of Dyson that the Orioles have "checked his medicals and he’s still in the picture." Baltimore is looking for a left-handed bat to at least platoon in right field and ideally that player would also back up center fielder Adam Jones. Dyson certainly appears as if he'd fit the bill, although it sounds like the O's are considering a handful of others, as well. The Giants are also known to have strong interest in Dyson.
Jan 21 - 9:33 AM

Chris Sale and the Red Sox made changes to his offseason program this winter in hopes of keeping him fresh throughout the year.

"I showed up for spring training really ready to go," Sale said of last season, the final 11 starts of which he went 4-4 with a 4.09 ERA. "My arm was in midseason form. We’re going to gradually build that up." Sale will throw less ahead of the season and during spring, and may even skip a start or two during the year in hopes of keeping him in peak form until October. It's scary to think that the 28-year-old could be even better than the 2.90 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 308/43 K/BB ratio he posted in 2017, but that's what he and the club are aiming for.
Jan 20 - 11:33 PM

Tyler Thornburg (shoulder) started a throwing program in October and hopes to have a normal spring.

Thornburg dealt with shoulder issues and had a piece of rib removed as part of thoracic outlet syndrome surgery in June, ending his season before he ever threw a pitch for the Red Sox. He was expected to be a big part of the Sox bullpen before the injury issues, and a healthy Thornburg would pair with closer Craig Kimbrel to form one of the more devastating back ends of any bullpen in 2018.
Jan 20 - 11:28 PM

Devon Travis (knee) said Saturday he expects to begin running within the next month.

"I feel good," he told reporters at the team's Winter Fest. He said he hasn't experienced any setbacks in his recovery from season-ending surgery to repair cartilage damage in his right knee last June. If healthy, Travis should be the team's starting second baseman. His health woes, and the addition of Yangervis Solarte this winter, will be constant concerns throughout the year, though.
Jan 20 - 6:17 PM

Dalton Pompey on Saturday said "everything's good" after an injury-plagued 2017 season.

Speaking at the team's Winter Fest, Pompey said the concussion and knee issues that limited him to just 13 minor league games last year are in his rearview mirror. That's good news for the 25-year-old, who will have some competition if he hopes to win a major league spot this spring. It will be a competition to watch during spring training, but he's not on the mixed league radar at present.
Jan 20 - 6:12 PM
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