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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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Red Sox pitcher Justin Masterson gives up one run in outing Monday
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(10:21 pm ET) Red Sox pitcher Justin Masterson went 5 2/3 innings Monday, allowing just one run on five hits with four strikeouts against the Twins.

Masterson is now 2-1 this spring with a 3.50 ERA in five appearances.


Royals P Jason Vargas gives up five runs in win over Rangers
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(10:12 pm ET) Royals pitcher Jason Vargas gave up five earned runs in five innings in Monday's 11-7 win over the Rangers. 

Vargas surrendered seven hits, one walk while striking out five batters. His ERA this spring is now 9.68. Vargas struck out five batters but gave up four home runs. 


Blue Jays pitcher Daniel Norris posts eight strikeouts Monday
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(10:08 pm ET) Blue Jays pitcher Daniel Norris recorded eight strikeouts over six innings of work Monday against the Astros. Norris allowed four runs on five hits in the outing.

"I'm actually glad that happened tonight, just being able to bounce back and make the adjustment in-game," Norris said to MLB.com. "It was a good finish. It was one of those nights where 90 percent of the mistakes I made got hit. That's baseball, I guess."

Norris has posted a 3.28 ERA in 24 2/3 innings of work with a team-leading 29 strikeouts in spring training.


White Sox pitcher Zach Putnam tosses straight scoreless appearance
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(10:03 pm ET) White Sox pitcher Zach Putnam continues to make a push for a role in the bullpen. That journey continued Monday, throwing his fourth consecutive scoreless appearances after giving up eight runs over 3 2/3 innings in his first four games of spring training.

"I feel as if it's been there since the start of camp, but what changed was the frequency with which I was throwing it," Putnam said to MLB.com. "I was going into at-bats early on trying to kind of work on my fastball and polish my cutter just a little bit.

"When you are not fine with those pitches and guys are coming in taking massive hacks trying to hit homers, as they are sometime in Spring Training, I got hurt a lot. As soon as I figured it out and started throwing it more and setting up hitters the same way I set them up during the season, things fell into place for me."


Orioles comfortable with Everth Cabrera at short
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(9:58 pm ET) Orioles GM Dan Duquette gave Everth Cabrera a vote of confidence on Monday. 

With expected starting shortstop J.J. Hardy missing the start of the season with a strained muscle in his shoulder, Duquette was asked if the team was in the market to acquire a shortstop. 

"We signed one just before camp opened," Duquette said, per MASN Sports. Cabrera signed with the team as a free agent in late February. 

Cabrera has hit .238 this spring. 


Angels pitcher Huston Street still hopeful to get contract extension
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(9:54 pm ET) Angels relief pitcher Huston Street heads towards the beginning of the season hoping to get a contract extension completed, reports MLB.com.

Street, who has posted a 3.18 ERA in 5 2/3 innings pitched this spring, will be a free agent when the season ends, but has a mutual interest to reach an extension.

"I'm not afraid of being a free agent; I think I help a team win," Street said. "But you need a team to help you win. A closer needs an organization that's committed to winning. The Angels are clearly committed to winning, year in and year out. It starts at the top, with ownership. As a player, you fall in love with an organization because they win and because they're committed to you and your teammates."


Mariners C Mike Zunino improving on hitting with two strikes
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(9:52 pm ET) A year ago, Mariners catcher Mike Zunino showcased the power he can bring at the plate with 22 home runs. However, his .199 batting average did not do him much good otherwise. 

Part of the problem was Zunino's inability to put the ball in play with two strikes. This spring, Zunino has done a better job of being patient with two strikes against him. On Monday, Zunino hit a home run and a two-run double in Seattle's 5-3 win over the Angles. 

The double came with Zunino down 1-2 in the count, before working it up to 3-2. 

"That's what he's been working on all spring, the ability to put the ball in play with two strikes," Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said, via MLB.com. "The knowledge and understanding to know what they're trying to do to you in those situations. He's continues to grow in that. He's gotten better this spring with it."


Blue Jays considering eight-man bullpen to begin season
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(9:46 pm ET) Blue Jays manager Jon Gibbons is putting the finishing touches on the team's roster for the beginning of the season. Gibbons is considering going with eight men in the bullpen, which would give pitchers Todd Redmond and Liam Hendriks spots on the rosters, reports MLB.com.

"We're looking at possibly going with eight guys in the 'pen to start the season, when your regulars don't need as much rest," Gibbons said. "Of course, we've got an off-day on the second day of the year. That's something we're debating now, too."

Redmond and Hendriks would have to clear waivers if they were sent down to the minors. Redmond has posted a 1.80 ERA in seven appearances this spring with five strikeouts in 10 innings. Hendriks has a 3.52 ERA with nine strikeouts in 7 2/3 innings pitched this spring.


No vote of confidence from Yankees on Didi Gregorius
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(9:30 pm ET) In his career, Didi Gregorius has hit 34 points lower against left-handed pitchers, but the Yankees were confident he'd be able to hit southpaws well enough to be an every-day player. 

General manager Brian Cashman didn't seem as confident on Monday. Asked by MLB.com's Bryan Hoch if Gregorius had shown enough in camp to play against left-handers, Cashman said, "It’s something we could consider but (Brendan) Ryan’s also here for a reason."

Gregorius is hitting .300 this spring. Brendan Ryan is hitting .200. Over his career, Ryan hits 15 points higher against southpaws than against right-handers. 


Blaine Boyer informed he made Twins' Opening Day roster
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(9:21 pm ET) The Twins informed pitcher Blaine Boyer that he made the team's Opening Day roster, per MLB.com.

Boyer signed a minor league contract in January that included a non-roster invitation to Twins spring training camp. The team added him to the 40-man roster earlier in the day on Monday. 

Boyer had a 1.69 ERA in seven games this spring. 


 
 
 
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