3:24 AM EDT, Sun March 29, 2015
Denver Post 1 hour ago

Colorado Rockies GM Jeff Bridich "big on team structure"

Rookie general manager Jeff Bridich and his lieutenants in the Rockies' front office never got a honeymoon period.
Arizona Republic 5 hours ago
Rewind: Diamondbacks doubled up by Royals

Rewind: Diamondbacks doubled up by Royals

The first time through the lineup, the Diamondbacks made Royals LHP Danny Duffy look like a Cy Young candidate.         

Rangers acquire LHP Freeman from Cardinals

The Texas Rangers acquired left-handed pitcher Sam Freeman from the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations. Freeman, 27, had no record and a 3.60 ERA (2 ER/5 IP) in five Grapefruit League appearances for St. Louis this spring. He went 2-0 with a 2.61 ERA (11 ER/38 IP) over a career-high 44 relief outings with St. Louis in 2014, making one appearance for the club in the National League Division Series against the Dodgers.

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Denver Post 59 mins ago
Saunders: Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki looks completely healthy

Saunders: Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki looks completely healthy

Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki looks completely healthy and appears primed for a huge season (knock on your Louisville Slugger).
Denver Post 1 hour ago
Hochman vs. Kiszla: How many games will the Rockies win this season?

Hochman vs. Kiszla: How many games will the Rockies win this season?

Kiz: OK, common sense and tradition tell me the Rockies will win 75 and lose 87.

Extra Baggs: Tyler Beede hopes to be a cut above, more Futures Game observations, Peavy struggles in Peoria, a beer league moment for Hector Sanchez, etc.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – The Giants are in a strange time and place when it comes to the minor league system. They only have one player listed among Baseball America’s top 100, Andrew Susac, and odd as it sounds, he’s competing… Continue Reading → 
San Jose Mercury News 3 hours ago

Giants notebook: Two draftees from Stanford epitomize the off-the-field smarts of San Francisco's top prospects

Second baseman Austin Slater and first baseman Brian Ragira put instructional league on hold to continue studies
Dodgers bullpen leans toward the left

Dodgers bullpen leans toward the left

TEMPE, Ariz. – At least one left-hander is liable to be left out. As spring training winds down, three left-handers – veteran David Huff and youngster Paco Rodriguez and Adam Liberatore – have been among the most impressive entries in the...

Giants are developing minds as well as baseball skills on the farm

From the paper... SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – When most of the Giants’ top prospects were taking part in instructional league last October, second baseman Austin Slater was studying computer science, social networks and making headway on his senior capstone at Stanford.… Continue Reading → 

David Huff gives Dodgers some options for pitching staff

David Huff doesn't know what he'll be asked to do this season.
Arizona Republic 5 hours ago
D-Backs' Goldschmidt hits 1st spring homer

D-Backs' Goldschmidt hits 1st spring homer

Spring training is important to Paul Goldschmidt, but spring training statistics are not.         
Tacoma News-Tribune 6 hours ago

Seattle Mariners squander 4-run lead in ninth as San Francisco Giants rally to win 9-8.

There was much to like Saturday from the Seattle Mariners before Erasmo Ramirez suffered a five-run meltdown in the ninth inning that squandered a four-run lead in a loss to…
Denver Post 6 hours ago

Jon Gray, Rockies' top prospect, struggles in rout by Cubs

Mesa, Ariz. --- The expression on Jon Gray's face and the tenor of his tired voice told the story of his difficult day.
Topeka Capital-Journal 6 hours ago

Infante's three hits power Royals to 10-5 victory over Diamondbacks

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Omar Infante had three hits, including two doubles, and Paulo Orlando drove in two runs in the Royals’ 10-5 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday. Kansas City used a five-sun seventh inning to gain the lead for good. Paul Goldschmidt and A.J. Pollock each hit their first homers of spring training for the Diamondbacks. read more

Jon Gray, Rockies' top prospect, struggles in rout by Cubs

The expression on Jon Gray's face and the tenor of his tired voice told the story of the difficult day.

NL West Player News

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    Paul Goldschmidt

    D-Backs' Goldschmidt hits 1st spring homer

  • 2 Carlos Gonzalez

    Carlos Gonzalez

    Carlos Gonzalez's knee checks out OK; De La Rosa progressing slowly

  • 1 Troy Tulowitzki

    Troy Tulowitzki

    Saunders: Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki looks completely healthy

  • 1 Oliver Perez

    Oliver Perez

    Arizona Diamondbacks' Oliver Perez thriving after career of highs and lows

  • 1 Matt Kemp

    Matt Kemp

    VIDEO: Kemp's bat stays hot in Padres win

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