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Orioles have agreed to terms with RHP Pedro Beato pending a physical.

The 28-year-old reliever logged 4.1 innings for the Atlanta Braves last season. In 2013, Beato recorded 10 innings for the Boston Red Sox. The Orioles appear to be looking to add depth to their organization.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Daniel Descalso is the Rockies' top reserve at second base, shortstop, and third base this season.

The Rockies' utility-man made a few comments on Monday in regards to his role with the team. "I'll be ready for whatever comes my way. It's been a while since I've played just one position for any length of time, so I've worked hard to reach a comfort level at all three spots. I have an idea of what it takes to stay sharp." Descalso was very versatile for the Cardinals in recent season, but it has not translated into fantasy relevance.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Matt Purke (Tommy John surgery) is hoping to throw off a mound in a few weeks.

Matt Purke, 24, was drafted in the third round of the 2011 MLB June Amateur Draft. He has struggled to stay healthy since signing on with club and most recently underwent TJ surgery (last May). Pruke has yet to throw at a level higher than Double-A.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Ryan Raburn (knee) will make his spring debut Wednesday.

Ryan Raburn, 33, underwent surgery last September to repair a meniscus tear in his knee. Over the last three seasons, Raburn has appeared in 66, 86 and 74 games respectively, and will not be a factor in the fantasy world.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Steven Moya was out Tuesday due to back spasm. He'll be re-evaluated on Wednesday.

One of the Tigers' top prospects, Steven Moya hit .276/.306/.555 over 515 at bats at Double-A last season. The team is not expecting the 23-year-old infielder to make the big league club out of camp, but getting the opportunity to see major league pitching this spring will only help in his development. Moya will be reevaluated on Wednesday.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Alex Avila will be off the next three days, manager Brad Ausmus said. He and his wife are expecting their second daughter.

In their first spring game, Alex Avila and the Detroit Tigers took on the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday afternoon. Manager Brad Ausmus has been tossing around the idea of batting Avila second in order. He did just that today and the 28-year-old Catcher went 1-for-2 with a walk and a strikeout.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Corey Hart (foot) expects to make his spring debut by Monday.

Corey Hart has been forced to miss time due to a laceration on his foot that occurred when he stepped on a loose hot tub filter. The 32-year-old outfielder spent last season with the Seattle Mariners after having spent his first nine MLB seasons as Milwaukee Brewers. Hampered by injuries, Hart played in just 68 games last year.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Trevor May said he was able to throw 15-20 pitches off the mound Tuesday with no issue. He plans to face hitters Wednesday to get back on track.

May had the flu and it was out for a couple of days, but appears to be back on track to his throwing schedule. May is fighting for a place in the Twins' starting rotation so if he finds a way into that rotation, he might be a good late-round sleeper that can provide strikeouts after being successful through-out the Twins minor league system. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Nick Castellanos left Tuesday's game with a left hand contusion. X-rays were negative and he is day-to-day.

Castellanos left the game, but appears to be fine and will just need some rest. He is penciled in as the opening day starter for the Tigers and will be an interesting option in fantasy league's this season after an average 2014 campaign. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Chris Young is planning to sign with a team by the end of this week.

Young started 29 games last season for Seattle and outpitched some of the more common sabermetrics, finishing the season with a 12-9 record and a 3.65 ERA. At age 35, Young is gaining some traction to finding a team that requires his services, but he still doesn't offer enough fantasy wise for owners to look at him in drafts. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Mookie Betts appears to be a lock to hit leadoff and start in center field in 2015, according to sources in the Red Sox.

Betts is battling with Rusney Castillo for the job and it will be a fight through out Spring Training. It's probably too early to pencil Betts into the starting job in center, but he will certain get ABs at the big league level. It's still hard to project his true numbers with no official announcement from the Red Sox organization. Analysis: Rob Trayah Mobile App


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