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Updating an earlier report, Ehire Adrianza suffered a strained right oblique in Saturday's Grapefruit League game against the Orioles.

Adrianza was believed to be dealing with a foot injury but it's actually his oblique that's bothering him. Twins manager Paul Molitor described the injury as "fairly acute," but wouldn't give a timetable for his return. Adrianza is a near lock to begin on the year on the disabled list.
Mar 25 - 9:33 PM

Ross Detwiler is expected to opt out of his minor league contract on Sunday.

Detwiler has pitched to a brutal 11.88 ERA over eight Cactus League outings and can see the writing on the wall. "The way the last couple of games went I can guess," he said. With no chance of making the Opening Day roster, Detwiler will opt out and see what his options are elsewhere. Detwiler's next team will be his sixth since 2014.
Mar 25 - 9:23 PM

Dodgers reassigned RHP Trevor Oaks to minor league camp.

He'll be joined by Steve Geltz and Yaisel Sierra, who were also sent down on Saturday. Oaks held his own against big-league hitters this spring, delivering a 2.38 ERA over five Cactus League appearances. The 23-year-old (he turns 24 on Sunday) made it as high as Triple-A last year and will probably begin there in 2017. The Dodgers' roster is down to 43 with only a week left in spring training.
Mar 25 - 9:10 PM

Stuart Turner went 2-for-4 with an RBI triple in Saturday's split-squad Cactus League showdown with the A's.

While not the most fleet a-foot on the basepaths, Turner has now picked up a pair of triples during spring action. The Reds selected him from the Twins with the No. 17 pick in this winter's Rule 5 draft. Given his struggles in the minors last season (.239/.322/.363 in 370 plate appearances at Double-A in the Twins' system) he is unlikely to land a spot on the Opening Day roster.
Mar 25 - 9:01 PM

Hector Santiago scattered four hits and two runs over four innings Saturday in the Twins’ Grapefruit League loss to the Orioles.

He racked up four strikeouts and only walked one. Santiago struggled with the long ball on Saturday, serving up solo blasts to J.J. Hardy and Jonathan Schoop. The left-hander now holds an 8.22 ERA over three Grapefruit League outings. He also appeared in three games for Puerto Rico at the World Baseball Classic.
Mar 25 - 8:58 PM
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