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Brian Goodwin focuses his game around aggressiveness, and harnessing that may be the key to the Nationals' 22-year-old center-field prospect unlocking his considerable collection of tools.
Making his first big league start in Game 2 of Monday's doubleheader with the Indians, Yankees lefty Vidal Nuno threw five scoreless innings in a 7-0 win, and he helped bail out the Yankees from a pitching shortage caused by the twin bill. Nuno, who has a 0.00 career ERA in two big league appearances, was optioned back to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday.
Having dispensed of one substantial first in his Major League career on Saturday when he made his Major League debut against the Rays, Padres starting pitcher Burch Smith had yet another noteworthy first on Tuesday afternoon -- his first side session.
Zack Wheeler alerted Triple-A Las Vegas trainers on Monday of soreness in his right clavicle and the Mets, in what assistant general manager John Ricco termed a "conservative move," are flying him to New York for tests.
With a breakout game against the White Sox on Monday, the Twins are hoping rookie Aaron Hicks can get on a roll. Hicks, who entered Monday's game with a .137 average and one homer, had his best game in the Majors, hitting two homers and robbing a potential game-tying homer in center with a leaping catch.
O's executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Kevin Gausman is not in the Orioles' immediate plans.
The Phillies confirmed they have signed Julsan Kamara, a 17-year-old outfielder from Germany, to a Minor League contract.
John Gast earned his first victory in the Cardinals' 10-4 routing of the Mets on Tuesday, when Carlos Beltran and Jon Jay helped St. Louis pour it on with home runs.
Kevin Frandsen and Domonic Brown both went deep, and Jonathan Pettibone gave up four hits and two runs in 6 2/3 frames in a 6-2 win over the Indians on Tuesday. John Mayberry Jr. went 3-for-4 with three RBIs.
Left-hander John Gast looked the least bit frazzled as he held his first media session on Monday, following news that he would be coming to St. Louis to make his Major League debut. He seemed unconcerned, too, about nerves surfacing between now and Tuesday's start.
The ankle injury that forced Oscar Taveras out of Triple-A Memphis' game on Sunday is not expected to land the organization's top prospect on the disabled list.
After dealing with minor injuries, shortstop Pedro Florimon and center fielder Aaron Hicks both returned to the Twins' lineup on Monday against the White Sox.
Rookie Aaron Hicks had his best game as a big leaguer, homering twice and robbing what would've been a game-tying home run with a leaping catch in center field, helping lead the Twins to a 10-3 win over the White Sox on Monday night at Target Field.
Vidal Nuno delivered five stellar innings to guide the Yankees to a 7-0 win in the second game of Monday's doubleheader at Cleveland after New York dropped the opener, 1-0, despite 6 2/3 effective frames from David Phelps.
Time is running short for scouts to get final looks at players for this year's Draft. For now, though, there's still plenty of movement on MLB.com's Top 100 Draft prospects, with some new members, as well as some shuffling, as buzz from the industry comes in.
Matt Wisler has an advanced feel for pitching beyond his years, a sneaky bulldog demeanor and an arsenal of pitches that he's honed for years.
Belonging and getting to stay in the Majors could be different things in this case. Whether or not Tony Cingrani gets to remain looms as a very large question for the Reds.
In addition to right-hander Trevor Bauer -- the starter in the second game of Monday's doubleheader against the Yankees -- the Indians announced that southpaw David Huff was promoted from Triple-A Columbus. To make room, the team optioned third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall.
An injury to All-Star Giancarlo Stanton landed Marcell Ozuna in the big leagues. All-out hustle will go a long way in keeping the 22-year-old outfielder around for a long time.
Los Angeles Dodgers prospect Yasiel Puig doesn't just have power and strength -- his speed and agility had the baseball world buzzing this spring.
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