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3/30/2013 | Corbin wins No. 5 rotation spot, Marte makes roster
Patrick Corbin outdueled Tyler Skaggs and Randall Delgado for the final spot in the rotation, and outfielder Alfredo Marte claimed the final position player slot on the roster.

3/30/2013 | Yankees victorious in return to West Point
The popular phrase, "Go Army. Beat Navy," is all over the campus at West Point, and Yankees manager Joe Girardi cannily tried to find a way that it might benefit his team. Army is so fixated on Navy, quipped Girardi, that the Yankees might just get their own free pass on Saturday.

3/30/2013 | Brewers officially set roster for Opening Day
Outfielder Khris Davis and right-hander Alfredo Figaro made the final cut when the Brewers set their Opening Day roster on Saturday.

3/30/2013 | Barney out Opening Day with deep knee cut
Second baseman Darwin Barney suffered a deep cut on his left knee in Saturday's game against the Astros and will miss Opening Day Monday at Pittsburgh and could be facing a stint on the disabled list.

3/30/2013 | Cespedes launches homer in A's spring finale
Yoenis Cespedes hit his sixth home run of the spring, a three-run shot, that helped the Oakland Athletics beat the San Francisco Giants, 4-3, in the final exhibition game of the year Saturday.

3/30/2013 | Bailey shuts down D-backs to close out Spring Training
Homer Bailey recovered after a rough spring with a one-hit, seven-strikeout performance in six innings in the Reds' 9-0 win over the D-backs on Saturday. The Reds' offense backed Bailey with 16 hits.

3/30/2013 | White placed on 60-day DL with elbow sprain
Right-hander Alex White was placed on the 60-day disabled list on Saturday after suffering a sprained right elbow in Friday's game.

3/30/2013 | Ortiz, Drew move closer to joining active roster
Because of shortstop Stephen Drew's concussion and David Ortiz's heel problems, the Red Sox weren't able to field their full lineup once all spring. So, as the Grapefruit League season ended with a 4-2 win over the Twins on Saturday at JetBlue Park, new manager John Farrell conceded he still isn't sure exactly what he's got.

3/30/2013 | Teixeira healing nicely, to visit doc Monday
It won't be long now. Mark Teixeira took a trip with the Yankees for an exhibition game against Army on Saturday, and he said that his injured right wrist is healing according to plan. Teixeira, nursing a partially torn tendon sheath, said he'll see a doctor again on Monday.

3/30/2013 | Johan to have season-ending shoulder surgery Tuesday
Johan Santana will undergo season-ending shoulder surgery on Tuesday, the Mets announced after their final Grapefruit League game of the season against the Orioles on Saturday. Santana has a re-tear of the anterior capsule in his left shoulder, and it will be his second such surgery in 2 1/2 years.

3/30/2013 | Wright not feeling added pressure as captain
The newly appointed captain of the Mets (the fourth in team history), David Wright's spring has been interesting and all eyes are certainly on him, but he's not feeling any pressure as the regular season approaches.

3/30/2013 | Elbow 'OK,' Sandoval remains on active roster
The 25-man Opening Day roster that the Giants finalized Saturday included Pablo Sandoval, demonstrating their belief that the third baseman's right elbow had improved enough to allow him to play.

3/30/2013 | Holland sharp in Rangers' second Alamodome win
Leury Garcia hit a line drive, three-run home run in the fourth inning, the big blow in the Rangers' 5-2 victory over the Padres in front of a crowd of 40,569 on Saturday.

3/30/2013 | A's debating when to bring back Colon
Bartolo Colon becomes eligible to pitch in the Major Leagues again April 6, when the Athletics are in Houston for an American League series with the Astros. Right-hander Dan Straily is penciled in to start the series opener in Houston on Friday. So, what happens the next day?

3/30/2013 | A's put Nakajima on DL to finalize roster
Shortstop Hiroyuki Nakajima will start the season on the disabled list as the Oakland Athletics announced their final moves of the spring following Saturday's 4-3 win over the San Francisco Giants.

3/30/2013 | NHSI showcases some of 2013's top Draft talent
The second annual National High School Invitational is now in the books, with Mater Dei High School from Southern California winning for the second consecutive year. And once again, scouts flocked to USA Baseball's National Training Complex to see some of the best high school talent in one place for a four-day period.

3/30/2013 | Yankees relish touring Army campus
The Yankees are usually content to play the gracious host, but Saturday gave America's most successful pro sports franchise a chance to be the wide-eyed tourist.

3/30/2013 | Army cadets' code impresses Yankees
On this day, the highlight was the same for everyone. The Yankees made the most of their trip to the United States Military Academy on Saturday, and they said in the hours before their game against Army that the best part was their personal interaction with the cadets.

3/30/2013 | Injuries aren't derailing Yankees' expectations
The Yankees played their final exhibition game Saturday, and they used the occasion to push past Spring Training and set their expectations for the regular season. And if you ask manager Joe Girardi, the message for the players and for Yankee fans is quite simple.

3/30/2013 | Tulo, Helton homer in spring finale
In all, the 4-3 Mariners victory over the Rockies on Saturday was a nice show for a sold-out crowd of 15,411 in Salt Lake City, which was treated to Major League ball for the first time since the Athletics and Padres tussled on April 4, 1970.

3/30/2013 | Smoak, Morales homer in spring finale
In all, the 4-3 Mariners victory on Saturday was a nice show for a sold-out crowd of 15,411 in Salt Lake City, which was treated to Major League ball for the first time since the Athletics and Padres tussled on April 4, 1970.

3/30/2013 | Phillies keep three lefties in 'pen, option Stutes
The Phillies kept seven relievers on their Opening Day roster, including three lefties in Antonio Bastardo, Jeremy Horst and Raul Valdes. They optioned right-hander Michael Stutes to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.

3/30/2013 | Morneau swings on practice field, ready for opener
Justin Morneau, who missed the final three games of Spring Training because of stiffness in his back, took "four or five at-bats" on a practice field under the watchful eye of Twins general manager Terry Ryan Saturday morning and was pronounced ready for Opening Day.

3/30/2013 | Narveson content with move to bullpen
Comparing his situation to the Braves' Kris Medlen in 2012, Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson said he was on board with going to the bullpen to begin the season.

3/30/2013 | Former first-rounder Simpson among notable cuts
Former first-round Draft pick Hayden Simpson and former two-time All-Star Dontrelle Willis were among the Minor Leaguers the Cubs released on Saturday.


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