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Zack Greinke threw 20 pitches in his first live batting practice session of the spring on Friday.

With a longer spring training than usual due to the World Baseball Classic, the veteran right-hander is slowly easing into things this year. The 33-year-old dealt with oblique and shoulder problems during a very disappointing debut season with the D'Backs in 2016.
Feb 24 - 10:39 PM

Scott Kazmir threw his second bullpen session of the spring on Friday and looked "tremendously better" according to pitching coach Rick Honeycutt.

Kazmir, who has been battling his mechanics early in the spring, showed notable improvement on Friday. He finished the 2016 season on the disabled list due to an intercostal injury, but has a secure spot in the club's starting rotation as long as he's healthy for the start of the regular season.
Feb 24 - 10:25 PM

Tim Beckham went 2-for-2 with a double, triple and a run scored as the Rays bested the Twins 3-1 in Grapefruit League play on Friday.

Beckham doubled to lead off the game but was stranded. He then tripled and scored in the third inning as the game's first run. He is slated to function in a utility role with the Rays this season, though that could change if he continues to light the world on fire throughout the spring.
Feb 24 - 10:08 PM

Austin Pruitt drew the start for the Rays in Friday's Grapefruit League opener against the Twins and responded by striking out three over a pair of scoreless innings.

The 27-year-old right-hander allowed just one hit and didn't walk a batter. Pruitt did a nice job at Triple-A Durham in 2016, compiling a 3.76 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 149/27 K/BB ratio across 162 2/3 innings. He should get a shot with the Rays at some point during the 2017 season.
Feb 24 - 10:07 PM

Byung Ho Park went 2-for-2 with a single and a double as the Twins fell to the Rays in Grapefruit League competition on Friday.

Serving as the club's designated hitter in this one, Park singled in his first at-bat then nearly missed a home run with a line drive double off the wall. While it's a nice start, Park is no longer on the 40-man roster, so it'll take a very strong showing in the spring for him to crack the Opening Day roster.
Feb 24 - 10:07 PM
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