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Positional and pitching eligibility for 2013

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Multiposition-eligible hitters for Draft Day 2013
Player POS1 POS2/3 GPC GP1B GP2B GP3B GPSS GPOF
Ben Zobrist, TB OF 2B/SS 0 0 58 0 47 71
Daniel Descalso, STL 2B SS/3B 0 5 96 22 26 0
Jamey Carroll, MIN 2B 3B/SS 0 0 66 44 37 0
Sean Rodriguez, TB 3B SS/2B 0 0 37 49 47 0
Matt Carpenter, STL 1B 3B/OF 0 44 5 33 0 22
Jeff Keppinger, CHW 3B 1B/2B 0 27 27 50 0 0
Brent Lillibridge, CHC OF 1B/3B 0 23 6 18 21 35
Maicer Izturis, TOR 3B 2B/SS 0 0 29 30 26 0
Martin Prado, ARI OF 3B 0 4 10 25 13 119
Danny Espinosa, WAS 2B SS 0 0 126 0 36 0
Marco Scutaro, SF 2B SS 0 0 118 15 27 0
John Mayberry, PHI OF 1B 0 27 0 0 0 131
Corey Hart, MIL 1B OF 0 103 0 0 0 53
Hanley Ramirez, LAD 3B SS 0 0 0 98 57 0
Nick Swisher, CLE OF 1B 0 41 0 0 0 109
Buster Posey, SF C 1B 114 29 0 0 0 0
Tyler Colvin, COL OF 1B 0 31 0 0 0 107
Garrett Jones, PIT 1B OF 0 72 0 0 0 66
Kevin Youkilis, NYY 3B 1B 0 26 0 111 0 0
Ryan Roberts, TB 3B 2B 0 0 54 78 0 1
Jordan Pacheco, COL 3B 1B 5 43 0 82 0 0
Mark Trumbo, LAA OF 1B 0 21 0 8 0 101
Joaquin Arias, SF 3B SS 0 0 4 74 50 0
Cliff Pennington, ARI SS 2B 0 0 32 0 93 0
Allen Craig, STL 1B OF 0 91 0 0 0 31
Carlos Santana, CLE C 1B 100 21 0 0 0 1
Todd Frazier, CIN 3B 1B 0 39 0 73 0 8
Chris Nelson, COL 3B 2B 0 0 21 92 1 0
Alexi Amarista, SD 2B OF 0 0 52 1 12 42
Stephen Lombardozzi, WAS 2B OF 0 0 51 13 1 41
Tyler Greene, HOU 2B SS 0 0 59 0 43 3
Joe Mauer, MIN C 1B 74 30 0 0 0 0
Juan Rivera, NYY 1B OF 0 54 0 0 0 47
Ty Wigginton, STL 1B 3B 0 71 0 22 0 7
Mike Napoli, BOS C 1B 72 28 0 0 0 0
Michael Cuddyer, COL OF 1B 0 26 0 0 0 74
Ramon Santiago, DET 2B SS 0 0 71 6 20 0
Greg Dobbs, MIA OF 3B 0 18 0 36 0 37
Cody Ransom, SD SS 3B 0 1 6 35 48 0
Skip Schumaker, LAD 2B OF 0 0 61 0 0 26
Michael Young, PHI 1B 3B 0 41 16 25 4 0
Ryan Raburn, CLE OF 2B 0 0 32 0 0 52
Jerry Hairston, LAD 3B 2B 0 1 30 32 2 18
Ryan Doumit, MIN C OF 59 1 0 0 0 22
Logan Morrison, MIA OF 1B 0 21 0 0 0 59
Josh Harrison, PIT 2B SS 0 0 28 14 25 13
Chris Davis, BAL OF 1B 0 38 0 0 0 41
Brandon Moss, OAK 1B OF 0 55 0 0 0 24
Luis Cruz, LAD 3B SS 0 0 2 51 24 0
Wilson Valdez, SF SS 2B 0 0 22 14 33 5
Elian Herrera, LAD OF 3B 0 0 13 20 2 38
Orlando Hudson, CHW 2B 3B 0 0 44 29 0 0
Ryan Flaherty, BAL 2B OF 0 3 28 17 1 24
Nick Punto, LAD 3B 2B 0 5 26 31 6 0
Omar Quintanilla, NYM 2B SS 0 0 34 0 30 0
Jeff Baker, TEX OF 1B 0 20 9 4 0 31
Ronny Cedeno, STL 2B SS 0 0 28 3 27 0
Mike Carp, SEA OF 1B 0 23 0 0 0 24
Dual-eligible pitchers for Draft Day 2013
National American
Player GS RP App Player GS RP App
Kyle Kendrick, PHI 25 12 Derek Lowe, NYY 21 17
Carlos Zambrano, MIA 20 15 Tommy Hunter, BAL 20 13
Freddy Garcia, SD 17 13 Philip Humber, CHW 16 10
Carlos Villanueva, CHC 16 22 Hisashi Iwakuma, SEA 16 14
Jeremy Hefner, NYM 13 13 Brian Matusz, BAL 16 18
Kris Medlen, ATL 12 38 Travis Blackley, OAK 15 13
Josh Collmenter, ARI 11 17 Jerome Williams, LAA 15 17
Wade LeBlanc, MIA 9 16 Brian Duensing, MIN 11 44
Josh Outman, COL 7 20 David Phelps, NYY 11 22
Fernando Abad, WAS 6 31 Brett Cecil, TOR 9 12
Vin Mazzaro, PIT 6 12 Franklin Morales, BOS 9 28
Miguel Batista, COL 5 30 Garrett Richards, LAA 9 21
Andrew Cashner, SD 5 28 Brad Lincoln, TOR 5 47
Anthony Swarzak, MIN 5 39
Everett Teaford, KC 5 13
Primary position changes for 2013
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Player Old POS New POS Player Old POS New POS
Daniel Murphy, NYM 1B 2B Lucas Harrell, HOU RP SP
Jordan Pacheco, COL 1B 3B Matt Moore, TB RP SP
Adam Kennedy, LAD 1B 3B Felix Doubront, BOS RP SP
Miguel Cabrera, DET 1B 3B Lance Lynn, STL RP SP
Mark Trumbo, LAA 1B OF Chris Sale, CHW RP SP
Chris Davis, BAL 1B OF Jeff Samardzija, CHC RP SP
Jeff Baker, TEX 1B OF Luis Mendoza, KC RP SP
Mike Carp, SEA 1B OF Mike Fiers, MIL RP SP
Xavier Nady, KC 1B OF Jose Quintana, CHW RP SP
Michael Morse, SEA 1B OF Scott Feldman, CHC RP SP
Jesus Guzman, SD 1B OF Hector Noesi, SEA RP SP
Steve Pearce, BAL 1B OF Dallas Keuchel, HOU P SP
Tyler Moore, WAS 1B OF Aaron Laffey, NYM RP SP
Darin Ruf, PHI 1B OF Brian Matusz, BAL SP RP
Lars Anderson, CHW 1B OF Carlos Villanueva, CHC SP RP
Matt Downs, MIA 2B 1B Anthony Bass, SD RP SP
Taylor Green, MIL 2B 1B Samuel Deduno, MIN RP SP
Jeff Keppinger, CHW 2B 3B Miguel Gonzalez, BAL RP SP
Maicer Izturis, TOR 2B 3B Eric Stults, SD RP SP
Joaquin Arias, SF 2B 3B Jerome Williams, LAA SP RP
Chris Nelson, COL 2B 3B Justin Germano, TOR RP SP
Nick Punto, LAD 2B 3B Corey Kluber, CLE RP SP
Gil Velazquez, MIA 2B 3B P.J. Walters, MIN RP SP
Scott Moore, OAK 2B 3B Drew Hutchison, TOR P SP
Jason Donald, CIN 2B 3B Josh Collmenter, ARI SP RP
Luis Valbuena, CHC 2B 3B Brian Duensing, MIN SP RP
Luke Hughes, OAK 2B 3B David Phelps, NYY SP RP
Nick Green, MIA 2B 3B Daniel Bard, BOS RP SP
Ben Zobrist, TB 2B OF Brett Cecil, TOR SP RP
Bill Hall, LAA 2B OF Wade LeBlanc, MIA SP RP
Nate Spears, CLE 2B OF Andrew Werner, OAK P SP
Jordany Valdespin, NYM 2B OF Neftali Feliz, TEX RP SP
Wilson Valdez, SF 2B SS Josh Outman, COL SP RP
Ruben Tejada, NYM 2B SS Edgar Gonzalez, HOU RP SP
Luis Hernandez, TEX 2B SS Esmerling Vasquez, MIN RP SP
Alberto Gonzalez, CHC 2B SS Vin Mazzaro, PIT SP RP
Jonathan Herrera, COL 2B SS Cory Luebke, SD RP SP
Pete Kozma, STL 2B SS Brooks Raley, CHC P SP
Edwin Maysonet, CHC 2B SS Miguel Batista, COL SP RP
Jacob Elmore, HOU 2B SS Brad Lincoln, TOR SP RP
Matt Carpenter, STL 3B 1B Anthony Swarzak, MIN SP RP
Ty Wigginton, STL 3B 1B Jason Berken, CHC RP SP
Michael Young, PHI 3B 1B Steve Johnson, BAL SP RP
Mike Costanzo, CIN 3B 1B Randy Wells, TEX SP RP
Zach Lutz, NYM 3B 1B Jenrry Mejia, NYM RP SP
Edwin Encarnacion, TOR 3B 1B Chad Jenkins, TOR SP RP
Mark Reynolds, CLE 3B 1B Guillermo Moscoso, KC SP RP
Miguel Cairo, CIN 3B 1B Zach Stewart, CHW SP RP
Mat Gamel, MIL 3B 1B Tyler Thornburg, MIL SP RP
Chad Tracy, WAS 3B 1B Yusmeiro Petit, SF RP SP
Mike Olt, TEX 3B 1B Casey Coleman, CHC SP RP
Daniel Descalso, STL 3B 2B Tom Gorzelanny, MIL SP RP
Josh Harrison, PIT 3B 2B Alexi Ogando, TEX SP RP
Logan Forsythe, SD 3B 2B Cody Allen, CLE P RP
Michael Martinez, PHI 3B 2B Luis Avilan, ATL P RP
Tony Abreu, SF 3B 2B Scott Barnes, CLE SP RP
Greg Dobbs, MIA 3B OF Brad Boxberger, SD P RP
Jimmy Paredes, HOU 3B OF Alberto Cabrera, CHC SP RP
Russ Canzler, BAL 3B OF Carter Capps, SEA P RP
Yamaico Navarro, BAL 3B OF David Carpenter, BOS P RP
Chone Figgins, MIA 3B OF Phil Coke, DET SP RP
Mark DeRosa, TOR 3B OF Wade Davis, KC SP RP
James Darnell, SD 3B OF Sean Doolittle, OAK SP RP
Brandon Hicks, NYM 3B SS Josh Edgin, NYM P RP
Ramiro Pena, ATL 3B SS Pedro Figueroa, OAK SP RP
Mike Aviles, CLE 3B SS Charlie Furbush, SEA SP RP
Andy Parrino, SD 3B SS Jim Henderson, MIL P RP
Steve Hill, STL C 1B Livan Hernandez, MIL SP RP
Yan Gomes, CLE C 1B Nate Jones, CHW SP RP
Josh Donaldson, OAK C 3B Aaron Loup, TOR P RP
Eric Fryer, MIN C OF Shane Loux, SF SP RP
Billy Butler, KC DH 1B Andrew Miller, BOS SP RP
Johnny Damon, CLE DH OF Clayton Mortensen, BOS SP RP
Corey Hart, MIL OF 1B Brett Myers, CLE SP RP
Garrett Jones, PIT OF 1B Adam Ottavino, COL SP RP
Allen Craig, STL OF 1B Brad Penny, SF SP RP
Juan Rivera, NYY OF 1B Elvin Ramirez, NYM SP RP
Brandon Moss, OAK OF 1B Tyler Robertson, MIN SP RP
Yonder Alonso, SD OF 1B Esmil Rogers, TOR SP RP
Carlos Lee, MIA OF 1B Trevor Rosenthal, STL SP RP
Luke Scott, TB OF 1B Robbie Ross, TEX SP RP
Lance Berkman, TEX OF 1B James Russell, CHC SP RP
Brandon Belt, SF OF 1B Alfredo Simon, CIN SP RP
Eric Hinske, ARI OF 1B Mickey Storey, TOR P RP
Willie Harris, CIN OF 2B Shawn Tolleson, LAD P RP
Blake DeWitt, ATL OF 2B Nick Vincent, SD SP RP
Marco Scutaro, SF SS 2B
Ronny Cedeno, STL SS 2B
Ryan Theriot, SF SS 2B
Mike Fontenot, TB SS 2B
Adrian Cardenas, CHC SS 2B
Brock Holt, BOS SS 2B
Charlie Culberson, COL SS 2B
Tommy Field, LAA SS 2B
Yuniesky Betancourt, PHI SS 2B
Freddy Galvis, PHI SS 2B
Adam Rosales, OAK SS 2B
Ryan Jackson, STL SS 2B
Jurickson Profar, TEX SS 2B
Chase d'Arnaud, PIT SS 2B
Sean Rodriguez, TB SS 3B
Hanley Ramirez, LAD SS 3B
Luis Cruz, LAD SS 3B
Manny Machado, BAL SS 3B
Trevor Plouffe, MIN SS 3B
Steve Tolleson, CHW SS 3B
Pedro Ciriaco, BOS SS 3B
Eduardo Escobar, MIN SS 3B
Donnie Murphy, MIL SS 3B
Adeiny Hechavarria, MIA SS 3B
Ray Olmedo, CHW SS 3B
Emilio Bonifacio, TOR SS OF
Drew Sutton, PIT SS OF
Kris Negron, CIN SS OF
Mike McCoy, TOR SS OF

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Cardinals' Carpenter seeks to balance aggressiveness, patience
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(7:04 pm ET) Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter hopes to combine the aggressiveness he displayed in 2013 with the patience he showed in 2014, MLB.com reports.

"I've had both extremes of it," Carpenter said. "I've had it where I've led the leagues in walks [2014], and I've had where I've led the league in hits [2013]. I'm trying to search for that perfect balance where you're aggressive, but you're still patient.

"In the postseason, I felt that I was more aggressive than I had been at any point in my career, but at the same time, I wasn't flailing at balls. I didn't lose anything. Now, it's finding the perfect balance to where I'm swinging the bat, I'm being aggressive, I'm trying to do damage, but at the same time, I'm a guy who can walk a lot, get on base and set the tone as a leadoff hitter. I think that's part of growing up as a baseball player. You learn and you adapt and you continue to try to figure out who you are as a hitter."

Carpenter homered four times during last year's postseason after hitting just eight home runs during the regular season, with his first two postseason blasts coming on the first pitch of his at-bats. He's looking to capture that approach more often this season.

"I think he's a smart enough guy to do it because he knows what he does really well," hitting coach John Mabry said. "That's what you take pride in -- those guys who put in all the work to get to where they are and then say, 'I'm not happy.' They want to put in the extra work to get to that next step, the next level."

Carpenter is looking to build off a 2014 season in which he hit .272/.375/.375 with eight home runs and 59 RBI in 595 at-bats.


Mariners' Dustin Ackley to get a lot of playing time this spring
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(7:01 pm ET) Mariners outfielder Dustin Ackley will get a ton of playing time this spring, according to MLB.com.

Manager Lloyd McClendon said he wants Ackley to get off to a strong start, and will give the outfielder a lot of at-bats in March. Ackley seemed happy with the arrangement. "I think that's good," Ackley said. "The more at-bats you get, the better your timing gets and the more comfortable you feel. I think everybody wants to get at-bats and get ready."

Ackley had a tough first half of the season in 2014, but seemed to come on strong late. He stressed that being strong mentally should help in 2015. "I just need to stay consistent and don't start pressing if I don't get a hit for a couple games or don't do this or that," he said. "It's not being result-oriented and just going out there and playing and trusting in my swing and my mental standpoint."

The 27-year-old hit .245/.293/.398 over 502 at-bats last year. He's expected to open the season in a platoon role with Rickie Weeks. 


Nationals' Williams on Zimmerman: 'His athleticism is key for us'
(6:54 pm ET) After playing most of his career at third base, Nationals infielder Ryan Zimmerman is set to serve as the team's regular first baseman in 2015, and the team has continued to be impressed with how quickly he's learning the position, Comcast SportsNet reports.

"His athleticism is key for us," manager Matt Williams said. "He catches everything. He doesn’t miss a ball."

Zimmerman's Monday workouts had a new twist, as the team timed him to see how long he takes to get to first base after the point of contact with the ball. He also continued his work on throwing to second base, specifically gauging the positioning of shortstop Ian Desmond.

"It’s just comfort level for him," Williams said. "I’m always impressed by his athleticism and what he can do with his glove. The challenge is going to be him being comfortable over there, and the throws to second base, because it’s just backwards."

Zimmerman hit .280/.342/.449 with five home runs and 38 RBI in 214 at-bats last season.


Brewers' Taylor Jungmann taking new approach into this season
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6:44 pm ET) Brewers pitcher Taylor Jungmann is taking a new approach into this season, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Jungmann got off to a slow start last season, but a change in approach prompted him to reverse his fortunes. Triple-A pitching coach Fred Danby suggested Jungmann shift from the left side of the pitching rubber to the right side. Jungmann said he had always been told his stuff played better from the left side, but felt a change instantly after switching spots.

"I can’t explain it but I started throwing more strikes," he said. "My mechanics were a little more fluid. I didn’t change a whole lot; I just moved to the other side of the rubber. It felt natural. It made it a little easier to be consistent with my (pitching) motion. The biggest thing was getting my breaking ball back."

Jungmann comes into camp fighting for a spot in the team's rotation. He's already been listed as sixth on the starting pitching depth chart.


Angels' Scioscia: Kole Calhoun's 'intensity' a key strength
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(6:39 pm ET) Angels manager Mike Scioscia praised the intensity and enthusiasm of outfielder Kole Calhoun Monday as part of what makes him such a valuable part of the team's lineup, MLB.com reports.

"I think part of what makes Kole a good player is his intensity," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "You need that focus, that intensity to know this is real and it's how you compete. With Kole, it's in him and it bubbles out. He pumps his teammates up and he does a great job setting the tone for us."

"It's how I was raised," Calhoun said. "I'm a pretty passionate person in most everything that I do. I think at this level, you've got to be. You've got to compete on every pitch because that's your livelihood. Everyone's fighting for the same thing and you want to come out on top."

Calhoun excelled as the team's leadoff batter in 2014, hitting .281/.336/.471 with 17 home runs and 58 RBI in 448 at-bats while slotted first.


Rangers' Lewis, Gallardo to throw on Wednesday
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6:36 pm ET) The Rangers will throw both Colby Lewis and Yovani Gallardo on Wednesday, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

The Rangers will take on the Royals during the contest. It's unclear how long either player will throw during the outing. Both players are expected to open the year in the team's rotation. 


Padres' Black on Morrow: 'We like what we've seen'
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(6:26 pm ET) Padres manager Bud Black has been impressed by how pitcher Brandon Morrow has handled his various ailments as well as his overall approach to the mound, MLB.com reports.

"I like his delivery, I like his arm action, I like his stuff," Black said. "First of all, I think he's got a good head. We're still getting to know him. We've only known him less than two weeks. But we like what we've seen."

Morrow has made just 16 starts across the last two season while dealing with forearm and hand injuries. As a result, he says he's begun doing a "pre-hab" program, which is "basically doing what you're doing in rehab, but doing it before you get hurt."

Morrow is competing for a rotation spot, but he doesn't look at the early portion of camp as a competion.

"The last three starts are when it will be more competition mode, I guess," Morrow said. "Right now, I'm still trying to get my arm and body in shape and easing into that. I'm not going to try and go out and blow it out in live batting practice ... Rather than just trying to strike everybody out, I'm going out there and doing some pitching. It's still the same repertoire and still mostly the same approach. But it's taking some speed off here, adding it here."

Morrow posted ERAs of 5.63 and 5.67 in his last two seasons in Toronto while battling through injuries.


Cardinals' Carlos Martinez to pitch on Thursday
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6:22 pm ET) Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez will get the start on Thursday against the Marlins, according to MLB.com.

Martinez is expected to throw around 40 pitches during the start. The club is hoping Martinez goes two innings. Martinez prepared for the start by throwing two simulated innings against the Cardinals on Monday. Martinez, who is competing for the fifth spot in the rotation, said he just needs to go out and perform. 

"I need to go out and perform," he said. "I'm going to keep focused and have the same mentality to do my best even though it's the first [start]. Every time I take the mound, I'm going to feel like it's the last one."

Martinez, 23, posted a 4.03 ERA over 89 1/3 innings last year. 


White Sox prospect Courtney Hawkins taking it slow this spring
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(6:19 pm ET) White Sox prospect Courtney Hawkins is hoping to make an impact for the club at some point, but he knows it won't happen overnight, according MLB.com.

"My only job is to go out every day and play to the best of my ability. That's what they got me here to do."

Hawkins feels like he has the patience to wait until his number gets called to the big leagues.

"When I first got drafted, I definitely thought that I had to get there fast. I had to do something more," Hawkins said. "I feel like right now, as long as I do what I'm supposed to do and play the game I know I'm able to play and they know I'm able to play, I feel like it's going to come on its own, and that's what they wanted out of me.


Yankees' Rothschild impressed with Jacob Lindgren
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(6:17 pm ET) Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild said Monday that he's been impressed with pitching prospect Jacob Lindgren so far and that he has the ability to get outs at the major-league level right now, NJ.com reports.

Rothschild said that Lindgren has to try not to be "too fine" with his location. Dubbed "The Strikeout Factory" by Yankees officials, the pitcher struck out 48 batters in 24 2/3 innings across four levels after being selected in the second round of the 2014 MLB Draft.


 
 
 
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