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  • Wieters gets behind plate for first time since surgery

    Matt Wieters

    Matt Wieters crouched behind home plate at Ed Smith Stadium for the first two innings of the Orioles' intrasquad game Sunday afternoon, the first time he's caught a game since May 4.

  • Scioscia isn't banking on Richards for Opening Day

    Garrett Richards

    Garrett Richards' recovery from knee surgery continues to progress steadily, but Angels manager Mike Scioscia admitted what has become increasingly clear on Sunday morning: Richards will not be ready by Opening Day.

  • Fernandez throws first session since Tommy John surgery

    Jose Fernandez

    Marlins ace Jose Fernandez took another step in his rehab from Tommy John surgery on Sunday, when the right-hander threw a short bullpen session off the mound for the first time since last May.

  • Blue Jays reportedly sign Viciedo to Minor League deal

    Dayan Viciedo

    The Blue Jays have reportedly signed free agent Dayan Viciedo to a Minor League deal, according to Fox Sports.

  • Saunders' prognosis improves to 5-6 weeks

    Michael Saunders

    Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders underwent left knee surgery on Friday afternoon and he's expected to be out of action for approximately five to six weeks.

  • Upton to miss rest of spring with inflammation in left foot

    Melvin Upton Jr.

    After undergoing an MRI on Friday afternoon, Braves center fielder Melvin Upton Jr. learned that a left foot injury will sideline him throughout Spring Training and likely force him to spend the first few weeks of the regular season on the disabled list.

  • Sale fractures right foot in accident at home

    Chris Sale

    Chris Sale sustained an avulsion fracture on the lateral side of his right foot as the result of an accident at his Arizona home Friday. The left-hander is expected to be sidelined three weeks before resuming baseball activities.

  • Prolific base-stealer Pierre retires after 14-year career

    Juan Pierre

    Juan Pierre, the catalyst of the Marlins' 2003 World Series title team and one of the most prolific base-stealers of his generation, has announced his retirement. The 37-year-old speedster is walking away from the game after an impressive 14-year career.

  • Harvey draws positive reviews after facing batters

    Matt Harvey

    Matt Harvey, who missed all of last season following Tommy John surgery, threw 43 pitches during two batting-practice stints on the mound, his first against live hitters since Aug. 24, 2013. And although the batters were not swinging, the assessment -- from manager Terry Collins, the players and Harvey alike -- was nothing but positive.

  • Bailey reports no issues after first throwing session

    Homer Bailey

    Reds starter Homer Bailey experienced no issues in his first bullpen session since right forearm surgery last September. Still, the club isn't counting on the veteran right-hander to be ready in time for Opening Day.