What's next for Kevin Gausman? Could Sunday have been his last appearance with the Orioles before heading to Minor League camp? Gausman didn't know anything about his next appearance, but one thing is for sure: He's made a lasting impression on the O's this spring.
Matt Garza pitched six quality innings and the Brewers backed him with plenty of early offense, beating the Reds on Sunday.
Junior Lake and Luis Valbuena hit back-to-back home runs in the sixth and ninth innings, while Lake added a two-run blast in the seventh Sunday to power the Cubs to a 10-6 victory over the split-squad Athletics.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter did away with the deadline that had been on Manny Machado's mind, saying Sunday that Baltimore's All-Star third baseman will not be ready for Opening Day.
Mariners outfielder Corey Hart was held out of the lineup for a third straight day on Sunday, and manager Lloyd McClendon revealed the oft-injured Hart is dealing with stiffness in his right forearm.
When spring performance did not produce an obvious choice in the two-pitcher battle for a rotation spot, the Cardinals turned to what they saw in 2013 in order to finalize their decision. That led the organization to name Joe Kelly its fifth starter and slide hard-throwing Carlos Martinez into the bullpen, where he will handle the eighth-inning setup duties, as he did during the postseason.
Derek Jeter and Mark Teixeira did nothing against the Blue Jays on Sunday to alleviate concerns about their struggles at the plate during Spring Training. But Yankees manager Joe Girardi said he's not worried, at least not yet.
Owner Jim Crane met with reporters for about 15 minutes in the press box at Roger Dean Stadium prior to the game between the Astros and Cardinals and spoke on a wide variety of topics, including the television deal with Comcast, Spring Training site relocation and expectations for 2014.
Rays left-hander Matt Moore left Sunday's game against the Red Sox after being struck in the mouth by a comebacker off the bat of Xander Bogaerts. Moore received stitches for a laceration on his lip in the clubhouse and no concussion symptoms were detected.
Michael Pineda has had better days this spring. But if this is what he can do when he is not especially on, then you can see why he was an All-Star his rookie season with the Mariners and why he has been one of the best surprises in the Grapefruit League for the Yankees.
Aroldis Chapman had the appearance of a boxer who just finished 12 rounds in the ring. In reality, the lefty was the victim of a line drive to the face vs. the Royals on Wednesday night, and underwent surgery the following day to repair fractures above the nose and left eye.
Shortstop Jose Reyes was held out of the Blue Jays' lineup on Sunday afternoon as he remains day to day with a tight left hamstring.
Yu Darvish is still scheduled to pitch for the Rangers on Opening Day. The Rangers just aren't sure how much throwing he'll be able to do before then.
The Tigers said Sunday morning that the club made a "substantial, long-term contract extension offer" to pitcher Max Scherzer, which the reigning American League Cy Young Award winner turned down.
Though Philadelphia entered Sunday's Grapefruit League game with a 6-15-3 record, second baseman Chase Utley maintains that the club is working hard and can put together a winning season.
Starlin Castro spent Sunday in the Minor Leagues, getting at-bats to make up for time missed because of a strained right hamstring.
Francisco Liriano is still day to day with a tight left groin muscle. With the start of the regular season one week away, the Pirates will soon have to decide whether to change Liriano's status to Opening Day-to-Opening Day.
Top prospect Byron Buxton underwent an MRI exam on his left wrist on Saturday, and it showed only a minor sprain and no structural damage, Twins assistant general manager Rob Antony said Sunday.