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Positional and pitching eligibility for 2012

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Multiposition-eligible hitters for Draft Day 2012
Player POS1 POS2/3 GPC GP1B GP2B GP3B GPSS GPOF
Ty Wigginton, PHI 3B 1B/OF 0 36 0 68 0 27
Daniel Murphy, NYM 1B 3B/2B 0 52 24 28 0 1
Robert Andino, BAL 2B SS/3B 0 0 94 22 30 3
Sean Rodriguez, TB SS 2B/3B 0 5 48 30 60 2
Alberto Gonzalez, TEX 2B SS/3B 0 4 41 21 30 0
John McDonald, ARI SS 3B/2B 0 0 21 26 38 0
Adam Kennedy, LAD 1B 2B/3B 0 36 34 27 0 0
Emilio Bonifacio, MIA SS OF/3B 0 0 5 36 67 63
Jerry Hairston, LAD 3B OF/2B 0 0 30 49 2 43
Wilson Valdez, PHI 2B SS/3B 0 0 45 24 25 0
Chris Davis, BAL 1B 3B 0 31 0 26 0 0
Lance Berkman, STL OF 1B 0 21 0 0 0 126
Aubrey Huff, SF 1B OF 0 120 0 0 0 22
Brandon Belt, SF OF 1B 0 31 0 0 0 32
Mike Napoli, TEX C 1B 61 35 0 0 0 0
Garrett Jones, PIT OF 1B 0 34 0 0 0 90
Mitch Moreland, TEX 1B OF 0 99 0 0 0 34
Michael Cuddyer, COL OF 1B 0 46 17 0 0 77
Mike Carp, SEA 1B OF 0 34 0 0 0 28
Mike Aviles, BOS 3B 2B 0 0 27 46 14 5
Ryan Theriot, STL SS 2B 0 0 35 0 91 0
Justin Turner, NYM 2B 3B 0 0 78 36 1 0
Skip Schumaker, STL 2B OF 0 0 95 0 0 42
Brent Lillibridge, CHW OF 1B 0 22 6 0 0 63
Chris Nelson, COL 2B 3B 0 0 29 24 2 0
Matt Tolbert, MIN 2B SS 0 0 36 6 31 0
Aaron Miles, LAD 2B 3B 0 0 72 61 1 0
Mike Fontenot, SF SS 2B 0 0 23 8 37 0
Martin Prado, ATL OF 3B 0 2 0 41 0 100
Ruben Tejada, NYM 2B SS 0 0 55 0 41 0
Jed Lowrie, HOU SS 3B 0 4 1 33 49 0
Howard Kendrick, LAA 2B OF 0 17 108 0 0 23
Jonathan Herrera, COL 2B SS 0 0 62 9 21 0
Eduardo Nunez, NYY SS 3B 0 0 16 40 50 4
Edwin Encarnacion, TOR 3B 1B 0 25 0 36 0 0
Luke Hughes, MIN 2B 1B 0 36 37 13 0 0
Michael Young, TEX 3B 1B 0 36 14 40 1 0
Miguel Tejada, SF 3B SS 0 0 4 44 42 0
Mark Reynolds, BAL 3B 1B 0 44 0 114 0 0
Brandon Wood, PIT 3B SS 0 10 3 61 24 0
Jose Lopez, CLE 3B 2B 0 8 20 39 0 0
Maicer Izturis, LAA 2B 3B 0 0 49 37 16 0
Logan Forsythe, SD 3B 2B 0 0 23 26 1 0
Carlos Santana, CLE C 1B 95 66 0 0 0 0
Willie Bloomquist, ARI SS OF 0 0 1 0 59 25
Michael Morse, WAS 1B OF 0 85 0 0 0 55
Ben Zobrist, TB 2B OF 0 0 131 0 0 38
Carlos Lee, HOU OF 1B 0 79 0 0 0 80
Jose Bautista, TOR OF 3B 0 0 0 25 0 116
Ryan Roberts, ARI 3B 2B 0 0 28 107 1 3
Don Kelly, DET OF 3B 1 15 0 45 0 60
Mike McCoy, TOR SS OF 0 0 10 16 26 21
Juan Rivera, LAD OF 1B 0 38 0 0 0 73
Ryan Raburn, DET OF 2B 0 2 56 4 0 74
Lucas Duda, NYM OF 1B 0 43 0 0 0 46
Conor Jackson, BOS OF 1B 0 53 0 7 0 54
Alexi Casilla, MIN 2B SS 0 0 56 0 36 0
Ramon Santiago, DET 2B SS 0 0 75 5 27 0
Jack Wilson, ATL 2B SS 0 0 45 4 26 0
Jamey Carroll, MIN 2B SS 0 0 81 0 66 0
Tyler Greene, STL 2B SS 0 0 25 0 20 10
Dual-eligible pitchers for Draft Day 2012
Player GS RP app. Player GS RP app.
Kyle McClellan, STL 17 26 Tom Gorzelanny, WAS 15 15
Phil Coke, DET 14 34 Anthony Swarzak, MIN 11 16
Carlos Villanueva, TOR 13 20 Brad Bergesen, BAL 12 22
Marco Estrada, MIL 7 36 Rodrigo Lopez, CHC 16 10
James Russell, CHC 5 59 Aneury Rodriguez, HOU 8 35
Clay Hensley, MIA 9 28 Charlie Furbush, SEA 12 16
Miguel Batista, NYM 5 30 Zach Duke, ARI 9 12
Tim Wakefield, BOS 23 10 Jesse Litsch, TOR 8 20
Cory Luebke, SD 17 29 Chris Jakubauskas, ARI 6 27
Felipe Paulino, KC 20 19 Clayton Mortensen, COL 6 10
Kyle Kendrick, PHI 15 19      
Primary position changes for 2012
Hitters
Pitchers
Player Old POS New POS Player Old POS New POS
Kevin Youkilis, BOS 1B 3B Kyle McClellan, STL RP SP
Mark Kotsay, SD 1B OF Phil Coke, DET RP SP
Billy Butler, KC 1B DH Carlos Villanueva, TOR RP SP
Yonder Alonso, SD 1B OF Marco Estrada, MIL RP SP
Bryan LaHair, CHC 1B OF James Russell, CHC RP SP
Ty Wigginton, PHI 1B 3B Clay Hensley, MIA RP SP
Lance Berkman, STL 1B OF Miguel Batista, NYM RP SP
Brandon Belt, SF 1B OF Nate Adcock, KC SP RP
Mike Napoli, TEX 1B C Dave Bush, PHI SP RP
Garrett Jones, PIT 1B OF Nate Eovaldi, LAD P SP
Michael Cuddyer, COL 1B OF Daniel Moskos, PIT SP RP
Andrew Brown, COL 1B OF Mike Crotta, PIT SP RP
Mike Baxter, NYM 1B OF Jeremy Hellickson, TB RP SP
Scott Sizemore, OAK 2B 3B Chris Capuano, NYM RP SP
Blake DeWitt, CHC 2B OF Tim Stauffer, SD RP SP
Eric Young, COL 2B OF Matt Harrison, TEX RP SP
Tsuyoshi Nishioka, MIN 2B SS Ryan Vogelsong, SF RP SP
Josh Harrison, PIT 2B 3B Alexi Ogando, TEX RP SP
Esteban German, TEX 2B 3B Philip Humber, CHW RP SP
Josh Rodriguez, PIT 2B SS Brian Duensing, MIN RP SP
Eduardo Escobar, CHW 2B SS Jo-Jo Reyes, PIT RP SP
Sean Rodriguez, TB 2B SS Vance Worley, PHI RP SP
John McDonald, ARI 2B SS Guillermo Moscoso, COL RP SP
Adam Kennedy, LAD 2B 1B Alfredo Simon, BAL RP SP
Mike Aviles, BOS 2B 3B Esmil Rogers, COL RP SP
Ryan Theriot, STL 2B SS Sam LeCure, CIN SP RP
Brent Lillibridge, CHW 2B OF David Pauley, DET SP RP
Mike Fontenot, SF 2B SS Pedro Beato, NYM SP RP
Martin Prado, ATL 2B OF Luis Perez, TOR SP RP
Jed Lowrie, HOU 2B SS Marc Rzepczynski, STL SP RP
Andres Blanco, WAS 2B SS Aaron Crow, KC SP RP
Chris Valaika, CIN 2B 3B Hector Noesi, SEA SP RP
Julio Lugo, ATL 2B 3B Anthony Bass, SD SP RP
Eric Sogard, OAK 2B SS Everett Teaford, KC SP RP
Alex Cora, WAS 2B 3B Tyson Ross, OAK RP SP
Adam Rosales, OAK 2B SS Lance Lynn, STL SP RP
Andy Parrino, SD 2B 3B Tom Wilhelmsen, SEA SP RP
Jimmy Paredes, HOU 2B 3B Ryan Mattheus, WAS SP RP
Clint Barmes, PIT 2B SS Greg Reynolds, TEX SP RP
Reid Brignac, TB 2B SS Josh Spence, SD P RP
Chone Figgins, SEA 2B 3B Josh Lindblom, LAD SP RP
Brett Lawrie, TOR 2B 3B Duane Below, DET SP RP
Josh Satin, NYM 2B 1B Nelson Figueroa, TOR RP SP
Jorge Cantu, LAA 3B 1B Bryan Shaw, ARI SP RP
Donnie Murphy, MIA 3B SS Lance Pendleton, HOU SP RP
Dallas McPherson, CHW 3B 1B Arodys Vizcaino, ATL SP RP
Cody Ransom, ARI 3B SS Brayan Villarreal, DET SP RP
Taylor Green, MIL 3B 2B Joel Carreno, TOR SP RP
Brooks Conrad, MIL 3B 2B Brian Broderick, WAS SP RP
Eduardo Nunez, NYY 3B SS Chris Carpenter, CHC SP RP
Luke Hughes, MIN 3B 2B Scott Feldman, TEX SP RP
Maicer Izturis, LAA 3B 2B Brett Tomko, TEX SP RP
Nick Punto, BOS 3B 2B Garrett Richards, LAA SP RP
Jeff Baker, CHC 3B 1B Brian Burres, SF SP RP
Dayan Viciedo, CHW 3B OF Adam Wilk, DET SP RP
Jhonny Peralta, DET 3B SS John Ely, LAD SP RP
Jordan Pacheco, COL C 1B Eric Stults, COL SP RP
Chris Hatcher, MIA C RP Nick Hagadone, CLE SP RP
Robby Hammock, ARI C OF Kyle Waldrop, MIN SP RP
Hideki Matsui, OAK DH OF Chuck James, NYM SP RP
Adam Lind, TOR DH 1B Craig Stammen, WAS SP RP
Luke Scott, TB DH OF Matt Moore, TB SP RP
Eric Chavez, NYY DH 3B Vicente Padilla, BOS SP RP
Dan Johnson, TB DH 1B Bobby Cramer, OAK SP RP
Jake Fox, PIT DH C Brandon Dickson, STL SP RP
Brad Hawpe, SD OF 1B Mark Hamburger, TEX P RP
Bill Hall, SF OF 2B Aaron Thompson, PIT SP RP
Nick Evans, PIT OF 1B Addison Reed, CHW P RP
Todd Frazier, CIN OF 3B Brad Brach, SD SP RP
Johnny Damon, TB OF DH Steve Delabar, SEA P RP
Eugenio Velez, STL OF 2B Pat Misch, PHI SP RP
Manny Ramirez, TB OF DH Bruce Billings, OAK SP RP
Alfredo Amezaga, MIA OF 2B Shane Lindsay, CHW SP RP
Emilio Bonifacio, MIA OF SS Bryan Augenstein, STL SP RP
Willie Bloomquist, ARI OF SS Neil Wagner, OAK P RP
Michael Morse, WAS OF 1B Ryan Tucker, TEX SP RP
Ben Zobrist, TB OF 2B Corey Kluber, CLE SP RP
Ryan Roberts, ARI OF 3B Maikel Cleto, STL SP RP
Mike McCoy, TOR OF SS Junichi Tazawa, BOS SP RP
Brandon Allen, OAK OF 1B Daryl Thompson, CIN SP RP
Chris Marrero, WAS OF 1B Joe Savery, PHI SP RP
Joe Inglett, HOU OF 2B John Gaub, CHC SP RP
Chris Carter, OAK OF 1B Andrew Brackman, CIN SP RP
Matt Stairs, WAS OF 1B Danny Farquhar, TOR SP RP
Mark DeRosa, WAS OF 3B Kelvin Herrera, KCR P RP
Darwin Barney, CHC SS 2B Edgar Gonzalez, COL SP RP
Chin-lung Hu, CLE SS 2B Rafael Dolis, CHC SP RP
Yamaico Navarro, PIT SS 3B Steve Garrison, NYY SP RP
Blake Davis, BAL SS 2B Scott Richmond, TOR SP RP
Jason Donald, CLE SS 2B      
Josh Wilson, MIL SS 3B      
Diory Hernandez, ATL SS 3B      
Pete Kozma, STL SS 2B      
Jerry Hairston, MIL SS 3B      
Wilson Valdez, PHI SS 2B      
Alexi Casilla, MIN SS 2B      
Ramon Santiago, DET SS 2B      
Jack Wilson, ATL SS 2B      
Jamey Carroll, MIN SS 2B      
Tyler Greene, STL SS 2B      
Juan Uribe, LAD SS 3B      
Chris Woodward, TOR SS 2B      
Michael Martinez, PHI SS 3B      
Brian Bixler, HOU SS OF      
Drew Sutton, BOS SS 3B      
Nate Spears, BOS SS 2B      
Gil Velazquez, LAA SS 2B      
DJ LeMahieu, COL SS 2B      
Ivan De Jesus, LAD SS 2B      
Geoff Blum, ARI SS 3B      
Erick Almonte, MIL SS OF      
Juan Castro, LA SS 2B      
Brad Emaus, BOS SS 2B      
Danny Worth, DET SS 2B      
William Myers, KC C OF      
Jean Segura, LAA 2B SS      
Grant Green, OAK SS OF      
Ryan Wheeler, ARI 1B 3B      
Bobby Borchering, ARI 3B 1B      
Jonathan Schoop, BAL SS 2B      
Gregory Miclat, BAL SS 2B      
Joseph Terdoslavich, ATL 3B 1B      
Miguel Sano, MIN SS 3B      
Jedd Gyorko, SD 2B 3B      
Edward Salcedo, ATL SS 3B      

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Player News
Rockies 2B DJ LeMahieu breaks loose with three-hit game
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(1:55 am ET) So much for the slump plaguing Rockies second baseman DJ LeMahieu. He ended that in style Saturday night with three hits in a loss to Arizona.

LeMahieu ripped three singles, including one that tallied a run in the third inning. He also scored a run and raised his average back to .300 in breaking a 3-for-30 slide.


Diamondbacks CF A.J. Pollock has strong effort Saturday
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(1:52 am ET) Diamondbacks leadoff hitter A.J. Pollock did a nice job setting the table Saturday and allowed his team to feast on the Rockies.

Pollock slammed a double and single, drove in two runs and scored another. His double plated a pair in the fourth inning.

The center fielder now boasts a solid slash line of .304/.348/.465. He has nine hits in his last 19 at-bats.


Rockies SP David Hale ineffective in loss to Diamondbacks
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(1:47 am ET) At least Rockies starter David Hale did not give up five runs Saturday against Arizona. However, four was bad enough.

Hale had allowed five runs in each of his previous three starts. But he wasn't much better in a loss to the Diamondbacks, his fourth straight. He surrendered three earned runs on five hits and three walks.

The right-hander yielded two runs in the first on a groundout and single, then two more in the fourth on a double by A.J. Pollock. Wildness caused him to throw 104 pitches - just 57 for strikes - through five.

Hale has given up 22 runs on 36 hits and 10 walks in his last 27 2/3 innings pitched to send his ERA soaring to 5.89.


Diamondbacks closer Brad Ziegler perfect in non-save situation
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(1:40 am ET) A three-run Diamondbacks eighth inning wrecked a save opportunity for closer Brad Ziegler, but he didn't perform like he was affected by it Saturday night.

Ziegler retired Colorado in order in the ninth. His sinker was working - all three were groundouts.

He has been pretty much lights-out over the last month. He has not allowed a run over 11 innings during that time and has recorded eight saves.


Diamondbacks SP Patrick Corbin has triumphant return
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(1:35 am ET) Mark the return of Diamondbacks starter Patrick Corbin a success. His first start after recovering from Tommy John surgery nearly two years ago resulted in a victory Saturday night.

Corbin allowed two runs on eight hits in five innings with no walks and three strikeouts against Colorado. He blanked the Rockies aside from the third, when RBI hits by Charlie Blackmon and DJ LeMahieu tied the game. He left after tossing 76 pitches.


Padres RP Dale Thayer makes first rehab appearance Saturday
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(1:32 am ET) Padres reliever Dale Thayer began his minor league rehab assignment on Saturday. Thayer made the start for Double-A San Antonio, allowing three runs on three hits in one inning of work. 

The right-hander has been on the disabled list since June 24--and hasn't pitched since June 16--due to a strained shoulder. It is not known when Thayer will be ready to return to the Padres' bullpen.


Dodgers OF Yasiel Puig not worrying manager over power outage
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(1:18 am ET) Don Mattingly claims to be unconcerned about the declining power numbers of Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig. But perhaps he should be.

The numbers are pronounced. Puig has just three home runs in 35 games this season. He has just seven in nearly 400 plate appearances since appearing in the Home Run Derby before the 2014 All-Star Game.

Puig missed 38 games this year due to a hamstring injury and four more when a blister opened on his left hand. Mattingly believes those setbacks have played a role in the power outage.

"Before he was hurt he already had two and that was in like 12 games," Mattingly explained to the Orange County Register. "So he was off to a decent start. Then he got hurt and that was an extended time. ... Home runs come in bunches. I don't really worry about home runs. I worry about at-bats and I think they've been OK."

Puig indeed owns a strong .287/.378/.457 slash line. But he hasn't blasted off in his last 20 games.


Rangers OF Josh Hamilton has groin strain, status uncertain
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(1:12 am ET) Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton did not play on Saturday in-part because of a groin strain. Hamilton had exited Friday's game in the seventh inning, and had an MRI on Saturday, though the results have not been made available as of yet.

Rangers manager Jeff Banister did say Saturday was a planned day off for Hamilton, but there does seem to be some concern in regards to Hamilton's health.

"Obviously, we’ll see where he is throughout the night," Banister said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "We’ll continue to try to manage how he feels. This is a guy we’d like to have for an extended period of time. I’m trying my best to figure this whole thing out with him and what is best for Josh."

Hamilton just returned on Tuesday from a stay on the disabled list with a hamstring strain. His status for Sunday's series-finale against the Angels is in question at this point. 


Cubs RF Jorge Soler (ankle) ready to return on Sunday
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(1:01 am ET) The Cubs are set to activate right fielder Jorge Soler from the disabled list on Sunday. Soler has been out since June 3 with a sprained left ankle, but he has made four rehab outings.

Soler struggled though, going 2 for 13 in the four games. But manager Joe Maddon doesn't necessarily buy into those stats.

"I don't worry about that stuff," Maddon said, per MLB.com. "To me, it's a matter of, 'If he's healthy and he's seeing the ball, what does his timing look like?' Those are the kinds of things you're trying to get from the guys down there."

Soler is expected to be in the lineup for the series-finale against the Marlins on Sunday. He was batting .237 (9 for 38) with a homer and five RBI over his last 10 games prior to the injury.


Red Sox returning RF Shane Victorino gives encouraging effort
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12:58 am ET) Red Sox veteran right fielder Shane Victorino didn't look like a guy Saturday that had not played for nearly seven weeks.

Victorino slammed two hits and scored twice batting eighth in a defeat of Houston after recovering from lower-body strains.

"He steps right back in with a couple of base hits," John Farrell exclaimed to the Boston Herald. "We all know the start and stop of his season. To have another guy in the bottom of the order right now with his base-stealing ability, the base-running ability, two base hits against a right-hander today, very encouraging."


 
 
 
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