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Reid Brignac will attempt this spring to become a switch-hitter.

Brignac has been a left-handed batter his entire career, but he's hit righty against southpaws so far this spring. "I'm going to try it out this year," Brignac said. "It was something that I just thought long and hard about and I was like, 'OK, I'm going to try and see how it goes.' I used to switch-hit when I was younger off and on, nothing consistent. I could always handle the bat right-handed." Brignac is a 31-year-old who is joining his seventh organization this spring, so he might as well give switch-hitting a shot. Even if it works out, he's a long shot to crack the Opening Day roster.
Feb 27 - 6:13 PM

Jose Abreu will travel to Miami in order to deal with a personal matter.

Abreu is expected back in White Sox camp on Wednesday. The first baseman slugged his first home run of the spring on Monday.
Feb 27 - 5:57 PM

Mitch Harris (elbow) could make his Grapefruit League debut later this week.

Harris is working his way back from a "primary repair" on his pitching elbow, an operation he had last June. He missed all of 2016 and lost his 40-man roster spot, but the reliever will enter 2017 without limitations. Harris should begin the year at Triple-A Memphis.
Feb 27 - 5:51 PM

Twins manager Paul Molitor indicated Monday that Byron Buxton could hit his way into the leadoff spot this spring.

It came up when Molitor was asked where Joe Mauer would bat this season. "How Buxton comes along, how that’s going to affect (Brian) Dozier in some regard, there’s just a trickle-down there in where people could go," Molitor said. "I still like Joe up there somewhere, against right-handed pitching in particular." Buxton has spent nearly all of his time with the Twins at the bottom of the batting order, although he did hit leadoff in last year's season finale (he homered and doubled). The former top prospect finished with a .287/.357/.653 line and nine homers last September and certainly has breakout potential in 2017. Hitting leadoff would obviously boost his fantasy appeal, and he could wind up there eventually even if he starts the year hitting low in the order.
Feb 27 - 5:47 PM

Jose Martinez crushed a pair of two-run homers Monday as a Cardinals split-squad beat the Red Sox 7-2.

The Cardinals like Martinez a lot, as evidenced by him surviving the team's 40-man roster crunch despite the absence of any real role on the major league club. The 28-year-old Martinez hit .278/.336/.421 in Triple-A last year and went 7-for-16 with just one strikeout after joining the Cardinals in September. Perhaps he could hit his way on to the roster like Jeremy Hazelbaker did last spring, but barring an injury, it's tough to see how he'd fit. As is, the Cardinals are looking at a bench of Jhonny Peralta/Jedd Gyorko (whoever isn't starting), Matt Adams, Eric Fryer, Greg Garcia and Tommy Pham,
Feb 27 - 5:22 PM
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