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Jake Junis allowed two runs -- one earned -- while striking out four over four innings in a 5-5 Cactus League tie against the Rangers on Saturday.

The Rangers didn't hit Junis hard, registering only one extra-base hit in his four innings of work. The second run scored on a fielding error. Junis has now struck out 14 while posting a 1.80 ERA and 0.60 WHIP over 10 innings this spring, and is a lock for the Royals rotation. With the caveat that spring numbers mean very little, he's turned some heads and is a viable late-round flier for deeper mixed leagues.
Mar 18 - 1:01 AM

Yohander Mendez allowed one run over three innings, striking out four, in a Cactus League start against the Royals on Saturday.

The Rangers prospect gave up three hits and a walk, but allowed just one baserunner after the first four hitters of the game. He's not going to be in the Rangers' rotation out of spring but he's close, and there's not much blocking his way when he's ready. We should see the 23-year-old sometime in 2018.
Mar 18 - 12:57 AM

Ryan O'Hearn hit his fifth home run of the spring in Saturday's tie with the Rangers.

O'Hearn entered as a sub and bopped a solo dong in the eighth inning. He's now hitting .414 with a 1.572 OPS in Cactus League play. The 24-year-old still isn't being mentioned as a candidate to break camp with the club, but he's sure making his case.
Mar 18 - 12:50 AM

Bartolo Colon said Saturday he's "ready to do whatever possible" to break camp with the Rangers.

"I'm ready to do whatever possible to make the team," Colon said. "No matter what happens, my goal is to pitch in the major leagues." The 44-year-old is with the Rangers on a minor-league deal and may be on the outside looking in for a rotation spot. If that's the case, the team may be more inclined to put him on the Opening Day roster if he's flexible in his role. Colon will turn 45 in May.
Mar 17 - 8:37 PM

Brandon Finnegan (biceps) threw a "light bullpen" session Friday and will throw another Sunday, manager Bryan Price said.

The Friday session was roughly 15 pitches, Price said. "If all goes well, we can anticipate sliding him into a game," Price said Saturday. Opening Day is less than two weeks away, making it hard to envision Finnegan being ready for a starting role as he recovers from the biceps strain sustained earlier in camp, but he could be close behind. The Reds have a number of pitchers vying for starting spots, including Cody Reed, Tyler Mahle, Sal Romano and Amir Garrett, in Finnegan's anticipated absence.
Mar 17 - 8:30 PM
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