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Cam Bedrosian remains sidelined with a strained groin.

He's been out since Tuesday. It's not an ideal way to start the spring but Bedrosian still has plenty of time before Opening Day. Coming off a dominant 2016 campaign, Bedrosian has a good chance to open the year as the Angels' closer. His stiffest competition will likely come from veteran Huston Street.
Feb 25 - 11:40 PM

Dustin Ackley (shoulder) hasn't been cleared to throw yet.

He's been taking ground balls but obviously still has some hurdles to clear. Coming off shoulder surgery, it's going to be hard for Ackley to crack the Angels' Opening Day roster if he isn't healthy. Ackley hit just .148 over 61 at-bats for the Yankees last season.
Feb 25 - 11:31 PM

Phillies GM Matt Klentak feels Daniel Nava has a good chance to make the team's Opening Day roster.

"He can play the corner outfield spots, first base, and he’s a switch-hitter, so he’s got a shot," said Klentak. Nava will compete with Aaron Altherr, Chris Coghlan and Tyler Goeddel for one of the Phillies' final bench spots this spring. Including the Phillies, Nava has now been with five teams over his last three seasons.
Feb 25 - 8:39 PM

According to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, there's still "belief" that the Nationals could acquire David Robertson from the White Sox.

Talks have died down in recent days but Cafardo feels those discussions could be revisited. The Nationals should be motivated to trade one of their catchers after signing Matt Wieters to a two-year deal. Perhaps that will be enough to swing a deal. Derek Norris is a bigger name but prospect Pedro Severino might be more appealing to the White Sox.
Feb 25 - 8:27 PM

Trevor Story went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Saturday's Cactus League win over the Diamondbacks.

Story made Rockies fans say "Troy who?" last season, in what was a beautiful rookie campaign. He slashed .272/.341/.567 with 27 homers, 72 RBI and 21 doubles in 372 at-bats before a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb ended his season in August. We wouldn't be surprised to see a natural regression in terms of power (Story's career-best for minor league homers was 20 in 2015), but he still makes for an appealing shortstop option in both mixed and NL-only formats.
Feb 25 - 7:56 PM
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