Greene, Spencer Torkelson and Isaac Paredes entered the game as defensive replacements in the top of the sixth inning. Catcher Jake Rogers replaced Wilson Ramos in the sixth. He threw out Greg Allen trying to steal second base — with two outs and runners on first and third — to end the top of the seventh. Torkelson went 0-for-2 with one strikeout; Paredes was 0-for-1; Rogers finished 0-for-1.
The Angels beat the San Francisco Giants 5-4 on Thursday in seven innings at Tempe Diablo Stadium.Detroit Tigers
The team launched an informational page on their website outlining the safety protocols that will be put in place at Coors Field, including reverse ATMs for cashless transactions and a strict mask policy. Following MLB rules, players will not be allowed to sign autographs or toss baseballs into the stands.
Zack Wheeler started the game and threw 49 pitches. He wasn’t particularly sharp and gave up a grand slam to Brett Gardner in the second inning.Los Angeles Dodgers
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Even NFL teams, which have far fewer games to sell, are paying attention to these experiments, knowing that fans may come to expect flexibility.Texas Rangers
Throughout the offseason, there were trade rumors surrounding him and the Cubs, but Bryant will be with Chicago and look to silence all of his haters this campaign. In 2019, remember, Bryant had a stellar year and hit 31 dingers, while posting a .282 batting average.
With just over three weeks to go before opening day, there are only a few unsettled areas on the Phillies. Odubel Herrera, Scott Kingery and Roman Quinn are competing for the center field job. There are bullpen roles up for grabs. And team officials are at least giving lip service to the idea of a competition for the fourth and fifth spots in the starting rotation, even though it's all but a given that Matt Moore and Chase Anderson will end up with those jobs, at least at the start of the season. Why else would the team have signed them to guaranteed big-league contracts?St. Louis Cardinals
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