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Ben Zobrist was held out of Monday's workouts as a precautionary measure due to a back issue.

It's not a long-term concern. Zobrist split his time between second base and the corner outfield spots last season while posting a disappointing .232/.318/.375 batting line with 12 homers. The 36-year-old figures to serve in a similar role this year. He still has two years and $28 million remaining on his contract.
Feb 19 - 3:50 PM

Bryce Harper said in his first media session of the spring Monday that he doesn't want to discuss anything beyond the 2018 season.

"Just want to let you guys know I will not be discussing anything relative to 2019, at all," said Harper. "I’m focused on this year. I’m focused on winning and playing hard, like every single year. So if you guys have any questions about anything after 2018, you can call Scott and he can answer you guys." Barring something unexpected, Harper is likely looking at record-breaking contract in free agency, so it's going to be a challenge to avoid the topic altogether. But he's going to do his best. Harper missed time down the stretch last season with a knee injury, but he said Monday that he reported to camp at 100 percent.
Feb 19 - 3:45 PM

According to Evan Drellich of NBC Sports Boston, the Red Sox were still in negotiations for J.D. Martinez on Monday.

There's nothing to indicate that anything is close, but the two sides have been an obvious match all offseason and remain in touch. Something will have to give eventually, though, as Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe wrote earlier Monday that the Red Sox were "prepared to move on entirely or to another player." Of course, that could just be posturing. The Red Sox reportedly have a five-year offer in the $100 million range on the table while the Diamondbacks might not be willing to match such a guarantee.
Feb 19 - 3:29 PM

According to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com, the Nationals have agreed to terms with veteran reliever Joaquin Benoit.

Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports that it's a one-year guaranteed major league deal worth $1 million. Benoit, now 40 years old, posted a shaky 4.65 ERA in 52 appearances last year between the Pirates and Phillies. He figures to operate in middle relief.
Feb 19 - 3:06 PM

Daniel Norris traveled to Philadelphia on Monday for a follow-up visit with Dr. William Meyers.

Norris originally saw Meyers after his groin strain last summer. Fortuntely, no issues were found during the follow-up and he's scheduled to join his teammates on Tuesday. The 24-year-old scuffled with a 5.31 ERA over 18 starts and four relief appearances last season, but he should begin 2018 in the Tigers' rotation.
Feb 19 - 3:03 PM
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