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David Lough (back, hamstring) is expected to begin the season on the disabled list.

He had been expected to return to game action on Monday, though he has already been ruled out due to a sore hamstring. If placed on the disabled list, Lough wouldn't be eligible to join the Orioles until April 11 at the earliest.
Mar 29 - 11:16 PM

Jaime Garcia (shoulder) is expected to begin the season on the disabled list as he continues to battle arm soreness and fatigue.

The good news, is that a visit with the team physician on Sunday revealed no new injury for Garcia. Historically, it has proven difficult to fully return from thoracic outlet surgery. He'll continue to work in extended spring training and then would progress to minor league starts before he would be a candidate to join the Cardinals rotation. Unless he can be stashed in a DL spot, the veteran left-hander is a difficult stash in mixed leagues.
Mar 29 - 10:44 PM

Justin Morneau clobbered his second home run of the Cactus League season, helping to power the Rockies to a 2-1 victory over the Diamondbacks on Sunday.

He and teammate Daniel Descalso each contributed solo homers, combining for all of the Rockies offense on the afternoon. Morneau finished the game 2-for-3, raising his spring average to .167 (5-for-30). While he's unlikely to replicate his terrific 2014 season, he should continue to provide plenty of value hitting in the hitter-friendly confines of Coors Field.
Mar 29 - 10:36 PM

Jordan Lyles excelled again in Sunday's Cactus League victory over the Diamondbacks, surrendering just one run on three hits over six innings.

The 24-year-old right-hander fanned four while issuing just one free pass. He has been electric all spring, registering a 0.86 ERA and 13/7 K/BB ratio over 21 innings. While his upside is capped by pitching half of his games at Coors Field, he could be worth a look in the later rounds of mixed league drafts.
Mar 29 - 10:31 PM

Gerald Laird plated the Diamondbacks' lone run with a sacrifice fly in Sunday's loss to the Rockies.

The veteran backstop had an opportunity to seize the team's starting job behind the plate this spring, but has hit just .200 (5-for-25) with four RBI. He's expected to begin the season as a backup to Tuffy Gosewisch, combining to form the worst catching combination in Major League Baseball.
Mar 29 - 10:27 PM
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