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  • Waino returns to camp; hopes to throw off mound Monday

    Adam Wainwright

    Adam Wainwright returned to Cardinals camp on Friday, one day after a St. Louis-area specialist diagnosed him with an abdominal strain that should not keep him from continuing through a spring throwing program.

  • Sure-handed infielder Ellis retires at 37

    Mark Ellis

    Second baseman Mark Ellis is retiring from baseball, according to a report by the San Francisco Chronicle.

  • Hamilton meets with MLB about disciplinary issue

    Josh Hamilton

    Josh Hamilton met with Major League Baseball officials at the Commissioner's Office on Wednesday regarding a disciplinary issue, the Angels confirmed.

  • K-Rod inks two-year deal with Brewers

    Francisco Rodriguez

    All-Star closer Francisco Rodriguez, who saved 44 games with the Brewers last season, has signed a two-year deal with a club option for 2017.

  • Saunders tears meniscus, will miss half of season

    Michael Saunders

    Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders has a torn meniscus in his left knee and is expected to be out until the All-Star break.

  • Moss continues recovery, takes live BP

    Brandon Moss

    Caged no more, Brandon Moss took batting practice on the field during Wednesday's workout, marking another step in the outfielder's comeback from right hip surgery.

  • Votto looking good early on at Reds camp

    Joey Votto

    Just by going through a couple of workouts in the early days of Spring Training, Reds first baseman Joey Votto answered a key question about his health. Votto has participated without limitations and came away feeling fine.

  • Lee faces hitters for first time since July

    Cliff Lee

    Everything seems fine so far with Phillies left-hander Cliff Lee. He threw to hitters Wednesday morning at Carpenter Complex, the first time he had faced hitters since his 2014 season ended in July because of an injured left elbow. If Lee is behind schedule compared to other starters in camp, it does not appear to be much.

  • Bailey nearly ready for mound work in recovery from surgery

    Homer Bailey

    Reds right-hander Homer Bailey is continuing to make solid progress with his rehabilitation from surgery and could be working off a mound soon.

  • Teixeira hopes 'no fun' diet leads to lots of fun in season

    Mark Teixeira

    Mark Teixeira said goodbye to his beloved morning muffins and pancake breakfasts, and combined with a full winter of training, those sacrifices could bring him back to form as a power-hitting force in the heart of the Yankees' lineup.