Carlin git .273 with six RBI in 22 plate appearances this spring while Muncy hit .375 in 32 at-bats with two home runs and 10 RBI. Parrino hit just .196 with four doubles and 11 strikeouts in 46 at-bats.
Carlin is likely to be back with the team Tuesday to catch for Barry Zito, according to the report.
Alvarez hit .343 in 35 spring training at-bats with two home runs and seven RBI. Parmelee hit .241 in 29 plate appearances with one double and two RBI. Roe posted a 5.91 ERA in seven appearances in 10 2/3 innings with 10 strikeouts.
Teixeira is icing the knee and not scheduled to undergo any further tests. He has hit .261/.306/.391 with one home run in 46 spring at-bats.
Manager Joe Girardi said after Sunday's game that Teixeira was not scheduled to play Monday or Tuesday even before the injury, and he expects the first baseman to be back in the lineup Wednesday, the New York Daily News reports.
Teixeira had a noticeable limp as he left the field after being hit. He has hit .261/.306/.391 with one home run in 46 at-bats this spring.
Krauss was 9 for 18 with five walks before suffering back spasms early last week. He was able to return to action Friday but has not been able to replicate his success from earlier in the spring. Krauss is in the mix for a bench role this spring.
"I'd say, as of right now, I'm optimistic that we can have them both ready for Opening Day," Ausmus said. "But I'm probably more optimistic that at this point that Miggy will be ready to play."
Cabrera, who hit his second home run of spring training Saturday, missed nearly a month after surgery to remove bone spurs in his right ankle while Martinez underwent surgery in early February for a torn meniscus in his left knee.
"He had a base hit and ran through a stop sign at third, because he wanted to see how it felt," Francona said. "He got thrown out at the plate, but it's a good first step for him. Usually, the way it's been with Swish is, every time he's tried to do something, the next time he does it, he does it better."
Swisher, who is expected to land on the disabled list at the start of the season, will meet with a medical staff in the near future to map out a plan for the upcoming weeks.
Maurer's two-run shot in the fourth was the highlight of a two for three performance. He lifted his spring average to .229.
Cabrera went one for three and brought his spring average to .385.
Manager Brad Ausmus said he'd be "a little surprised" if Cabrera was not in the Tigers' lineup on opening day.
Victor Martinez, also returning from injury, has also begun playing in Tigers' spring games. Ausmus said he was optimistic Martinez would also be ready for Opening Day, but he wasn't as optimistic as he was for Cabrera.
Freiman told reporters his back is feeling better lately after some aggressive treatment on his back. He has yet to be cleared for baseball activities.