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The moment Sammy Solis's left elbow ligament gave way in November 2011, he was in the midst of his best game of the Arizona Fall League.
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Detroit Tigers' Ian Kinsler backhands a ground ball at second base during the team's first full-squad workout of baseball spring training in Lakeland, Fla., Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014.
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With Jose Iglesias ' Opening Day start already in jeopardy, news Friday is that he'll see a second specialist for his shin splints.
The Nationals' acquisition of Doug Fister from the Tigers was viewed as a huge coup over the winter, but the right-hander showed up in camp in February complaining of elbow soreness.
Torii Hunter was 4 for 4, and the Detroit Tigers had 22 hits in a 12-6 win over the Washington Nationals on Friday.
One of the few open spots on the Tigers ' 25 man roster is the one that Manager Brad Ausmus would like to fill with a second left handed reliever.
MARCH 10: Miguel Cabrera #24 of the Detroit Tigers touches third base following a third inning home run against the St. Louis Cardinals during a game at Roger Dean Stadium on March 10, 2014 in Jupiter, Florida.
Nothing real Earth-shattering happened Thursday in terms of Major League Baseball news, so let's just get to it.
Last season the Nationals dipped into the minor leagues to stabilize a starting rotation that had not needed such help the year before.
Doug Fister isn't out of the woods yet with his inflamed elbow, as the Nationals right-hander felt soreness after playing catch this morning for the third straight day.
For the first time this spring, there were some empty locker stalls upon the walk into the Joker Marchant Stadium home clubhouse Wednesday morning.
Cubs manager Rick Renteria said shortstop prospect Javier Baez is close to appearing in a spring game at second or third base.
After the MLB Winter Meetings, I mildly checked out. Time to fully check back in and see where Brad Ausmus' first edition of the Detroit Tigers is heading with Opening Day getting closer all the time.
The Detroit Tigers waived Brennan Boesch in the middle of March last spring so they would be on the hook for just one-sixth of his salary.
CBS Local Sports , in our " 30 Players 30 Days " spring training feature, profiles one young player from each Major League Baseball team leading up to opening day.