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Ryan Braun said Sunday that he's already "100 percent ready for the season" and won't need many at-bats during Cactus League games.

Braun elaborated, "I’m serious. I don’t need any at-bats. I feel really good". "I need a week of spring training," he said. "I just don’t feel like I need at-bats to feel ready for games." The veteran outfielder is healthy for spring training for the first time in several years and made due with only 16 at-bats in seven spring training games last season.
Feb 26 - 9:32 PM

Jurickson Profar had an RBI single and two walks in three plate appearances Sunday against the Royals.

It was the first Cactus League action of the spring for Profar, who is projected to open the 2017 regular season as the Rangers' primary left fielder. Profar started at shortstop Sunday with Elvis Andrus finishing up his rehabilitation from November hernia surgery. The 24-year-old former top prospect owns a weak .235/.311/.341 batting line in 184 career major league games, but there is still some upside here.
Feb 26 - 9:19 PM

Michael Lorenzen walked three batters over one inning in his first appearance of the spring Sunday versus the Giants.

Lorenzen issued free passes to three of the first five batters he faced before yielding an RBI single to Giants corner infield prospect Miguel Gomez. Maybe he was trying to work on a certain part of his arsenal, with no real concern for the results. That's something pitchers will do early in spring training. Lorenzen could factor into Cincinnati's ninth-inning mix in 2017 after posting a cool 2.88 ERA, 1.08 WHIP, and 48/13 K/BB ratio across 50 frames last season. He'll aim for a much stronger showing in his next Cactus League outing.
Feb 26 - 8:47 PM

Robert Stephenson was lit up for four earned runs in his one-inning Cactus League debut Sunday versus the Giants.

It was a disastrous frame for Stephenson, who gave up two walks, two singles, and a Joe Panik two-run homer. He also threw two wild pitches, and one of them struck Nick Hundley. Stephenson is doubtful to have a 25-man roster spot out of camp this spring after posting a 6.08 ERA and 1.62 WHIP over his first 37 major league innings last season. He also had a rough 4.41 ERA in 136 2/3 innings last year at Triple-A.
Feb 26 - 8:36 PM

Jason Motte gave up two hits and a run in his one-inning Cactus League debut Sunday versus the Diamondbacks.

Motte retired the first two batters he faced in the top of the seventh, but Diamondbacks infield prospect Dawel Lugo stroked a two-out single to left field and Jeremy Hazelbaker followed with a run-scoring double to right field which he nearly stretched into a triple. The relay throw that cut down Hazelbaker at third base helped Motte escape further damage. Motte, 34, is a middle reliever at best at this point in his career.
Feb 26 - 8:26 PM
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