Penny struck out four over two one-run innings against the Dodgers on Wednesday in the White Sox's Cactus League Opener.
Liz hurled a scoreless frame in his spring debut Wednesday, striking out one batter without allowing a walk.
Holdzkom struck out two batters in a scoreless inning of relief Wednesday against Toronto.
Manager Clint Hurdle said he thought that Harrison "just rolled his ankle" Wednesday against the Blue Jays, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Janish (elbow) is taking ground balls daily and he is targeting game action on March 20 or 21, MASN Sports reports.
Matusz had a cortisone shot in his non-throwing shoulder Monday, MASN Sports reports.
Johnson (shoulder, finger) should be ready to pitch in one of Thursday's split-squad games, MASN Sports reports.
Bundy threw a scoreless inning with two walks in Wednesday's spring training game against the Tigers.
Wieters made his spring debut and went 0-for-3 as the designated hitter in Wednesday's loss to the Tigers.
Gausman threw a scoreless inning, allowing one hit and striking out one in Wednesday's spring training game against the Tigers. Meanwhile, the Orioles said they instructed Gausman not to throw bullpen sessions in the offseason, according to MASN Sports. "First time a guy pitches into October in his life," manager Buck Showalter said. "Just taking a lot precautions with a lot of guys, not just Gausman, to kind of save our bullets as much as possible."
Machado (knee) made his spring debut Wednesday without incident and went 0-for-3 with a nice defensive play, according to MASN Sports.
Rosario, who went 0-for-2 in Wednesday's exhibition win over the University of Minnesota, will get a "long look" this spring, GM Terry Ryan told ESPN 1500 am Twin Cities. "He can play left, center, right and second. That gives a guy a lot of versatility that if somebody either disappoints or goes down - Rosario's got a lot of life in his bat. His bat is the best tool that he possesses," Ryan said.
Perkins, who missed the final week of last season with a left forearm strain and secondary nerve irritation in his elbow, threw a scoreless inning with a strikeout in Wednesday's exhibition win over the University of Minnesota.
Buxton (finger) went 2-for-3 with two doubles in Wednesday's exhibition win over the University of Minnesota.
Holland (shoulder) won't be ready to pitch Sunday as had been hoped, the team's web site reports.
Moreland (ankle) won't be considered as a possible solution for Texas' left field opening this spring, the team's web site reports.
Lewis allowed the first six batters he faced to reach base, including back-to-back-to-back homers, before retiring the final three batters in his first outing this spring.
House tossed a pair of scoreless innings, striking out two, is his exhibition debut Wednesday.
Tomlin allowed a pair of runs over two innings in his spring debut Wednesday.
Sano played third base and had a hit in his only at-bat along with a walk and a stolen base in Wednesday's exhibition win over the University of Minnesota. It was his first game since a 2014 spring training intrasquad contest where he hurt his elbow that resulted in Tommy John surgery.
Kluber (illness) could have his first Cactus League appearance, scheduled for Saturday, pushed back due to the flu, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Leathersich, whose main goal this spring is to display better control, walked the first two batters he faced Wednesday, ESPN New York reports.
D'Arnaud, who needs to work on his defense, failed to retire Eric Young Jr. on an attempted steal in the first inning of the Mets' spring training opener Wednesday, ESPN New York reports.
Gee started the Mets' spring training opener, allowing two runs in two innings, and is expected to shift to relieving in about two weeks, ESPN New York reports.
Nieuwenhuis went 4-for-4 with a run scored and driven in during the Mets' first spring training game Wednesday.
Breslow pitched an inning in Tuesday's spring training game.
Betts is in line to be Boston's starting center fielder after news broke that Rusney Castillo was diagnosed with a left-oblique strain, ESPN Boston reports.
Miller agreed to a minor league contract with the Rays on Wednesday, Chris Cotillon of SB Nation reports. His deal includes an invitation to spring training.
Santos retired the White Sox in order in his 2015 Cactus League debut on Wednesday.
Peralta is fine after getting hit by a pitch in the right forearm Wednesday.
Guerrero had a pair of singles in his only two at-bats in Wednesday's Cactus League opener against the White Sox.
Pederson went 2-for-2 with a double in Wednesday's Cactus League opener against the White Sox.
Collins is dealing with soreness and tightness in his left elbow, Josh Vernier of 610 Sports Radio reports.
Choi suffered a fractured right fibula in Wednesday's spring training game, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.
Beato signed a minor league contract with the Orioles on Wednesday, Eduardo A. Encina of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Choi was taken off the field on a cart during Wednesday's spring training game, Shannon Dryer of ESPN 710 AM reports.
Cumpton will visit Dr. James Andrews at some point next week regarding an issue with his elbow, Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Duda (intercostal muscle) took swings off a tee Wednesday for the first time in three weeks, Mike Vorkunov of the Star-Ledger reports.
Gomes went 0-for-2 with an RBI and a strikeout in the Braves' Grapefruit League opener Wednesday against the Mets.
Peralta exited Wednesday's spring training game after being hit by a pitch in the sixth inning, Jack Magruder of Fox Sports Arizona reports.
Minor has been scratched from his scheduled Grapefruit League outing Sunday with tightness in his left shoulder.
Collins exited Wednesday's spring training game alongside a trainer, Andy McCullouhg of the Kansas City Star reports.
Flores left Wednesday's game after being hit by a pitch but is fine.
Henderson (shoulder) took to the mound for an inning Wednesday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Torrens will undergo season-ending surgery in his throwing shoulder, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Harrison left Wednesday's spring training game with pain in his left ankle, Josh Harrison of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Castillo's (oblique) Opening Day status could be in jeopardy, Sean McAdam of CSN New England reports. "We don't have a time frame to give you or projected length (of recovery)," said manager John Farrell, "but he's going through some treatment to try to calm down the strain right now and there there will be rotational exercises and rehab when he's ready for that."
Richards took pitchers' fielding practice on Wednesday for the first time since suffering a patellar tendon tear in August, according to Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register.
Nicolino is projected to begin the season at Triple-A New Orleans, MLB.com reports.
Santiago will start the Cactus League opener against the Brewers on Thursday, according to Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com
Urena, who tossed a scoreless inning Tuesday during his spring debut in an exhibition game against the University of Miami, is expected to begin the season in Triple-A, MLB.com reports.
Pelfrey is unlikely to be a candidate for the bullpen if he doesn't win the fifth starter role, manager Paul Molitor told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. "Mike traditionally has been a guy that takes some time to get ready, and it'd be a big transition for him to get up and throw 12 pitches and come into the ballgame," Molitor said.
Kirkman (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session Wednesday, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Strickland gave up three runs (one home run) over an inning of work in his spring training debut against the Athletics.
Kintzler (knee) is scheduled to throw against the Angels on Thursday in the Brewers' Cactus League opener, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Hochevar's elbow felt good following a throwing session Tuesday, Andy McCullough of the Kansas City Star reports.
Tanaka is expected to start against the Braves on March 12 in Grapefruit League play, Marly Rivera of ESPN Deportes reports.
Holland (shoulder) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Thursday and could pitch in a game by Sunday, Evan Grant of Dallas Morning News reports.
Crawford won't play in the field until next week due to shoulder soreness, but the issue is not believed to be serious, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Moya (back) has checked out fine and will be available off the bench Wednesday, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Castellanos (hand) checked out fine and will start at third base Wednesday, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Castillo will miss at least a week with a strained left oblique, Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal reports.
Pillar hit a two-run home run in the third inning of Tuesday's 8-7 loss to the Pirates.
Fuld will platoon in center field with Craig Gentry, reports Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Andrus is still out with mild patella tendinitis, and is expected to miss the first four Cactus League games.
Gentry will platoon in center field with Sam Fuld, reports Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle.
The Rangers' waiver claim on Olmos (shoulder) will be reversed due to injury.
Sanchez got touched up in his first start of the spring, giving up five runs (two earned) and four hits across 1.1 innings and a three-run home run to Pedro Alvarez in the Blue Jays' 8-7 loss to the Pirates on Tuesday.
The A's are planning on moving Crisp to left field for the 2015 season, reports Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chroniclet.
Hernandez received his visa and is expected to arrive to Astros camp Wednesday night, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Gonzales will start in the Cardinals second game of the spring Friday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Garcia (shoulder) will make his first start of the spring Saturday for the Cardinals, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Rosenthal is examining his approach to the closer role this year, including the possibility of pitching exclusively from the stretch, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Cobb has been named the Rays' Opening Day starter by Manager Kevin Cash, Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune reports.
Hanrahan will undergo a second Tommy John surgery, and he has been released by the Tigers, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Castillo's left side was examined Wednesday morning and no serious injury was found. According to Sean McAdam of Comcast Sportsnet New England, he expects to be available Thursday.
Werth (shoulder) will be re-evaluated on Friday to determine whether he can ramp up his rehab, the Washington Post reports. "Once you hit eight weeks [post-surgery], you can start to evaluate. Can we start throwing? Can we start hitting?" Werth said on Tuesday. "Everybody is different. It's getting a lot better."
Scherzer will get the start for the Nationals' spring opener on Thursday, and is expected to throw two innings, the Washington Post reports.
Manager Robin Ventura has suggested that the White Sox's pitching staff has enjoyed throwing to Soto thus far, the team's official site reports.
Nava batted lefthanded against a lefty pitcher during Boston's spring training camp against Boston College.
Miley pitched two scoreless innings against Boston College on Tuesday, the Boston Globe reports.
Varvaro pitched a scoreless inning Tuesday, allowing a two-out double before getting a groundout, the Boston Globe reports.
Howard said he lost 15 to 20 pounds by cutting sugar out of his diet this offseason, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Hollands (elbow) allowed five hits and four runs in his Grapefruit League debut Tuesday.
Billingsley (elbow) is tentatively scheduled to pitch live batting practice early next week, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Niese faced the minimum over two innings in an intrasquad Tuesday, showing good life on his fastball, ESPN New York reports.
Harvey (elbow), who was originally rumored to make his first start of the season April 13 against the Phillies, now may start April 9 against the Nationals and then April 14 versus Philadelphia, the NY Post reports.
McAllister allowed a run over two innings while striking out three in his first start of the spring Tuesday.
Moss (hip) ran the bases Monday and continues to progress towards a return to game action, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He's been streaking along, actually," manager Terry Francona said. "It's hard to slow him down. He's passing every test they give him. Yesterday, he ran the bases. He's coming quick. I don't know the date he'll be in a game, but it's not going to be really far off."
Kipnis (finger) is expected to make his spring debut this weekend, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Harvey has thrown in the mid-90s this spring, MASN Sports reports.
Paredes went 1-for-2 with a double and made a nice defensive play in Tuesday's spring training game, according to MASN Sports.
Jimenez was wild in his first outing of the spring, allowing six runs - five earned - on two hits with two walks, two hit batters and a wild pitch Tuesday against the Tigers. "I thought stuff-wise he was pretty good," Showalter told MASN Sports. "In fact, he was probably ahead of where he was last year stuff-wise at this stage. I know what it looks like statistically ."
Joyce will see more time against left-handed pitchers this spring, according to Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com
Semien homered twice in Tuesday's spring game against the Giants.
Gregerson is expected to compete with Chad Qualls and Pat Neshek for the Astros' closer role this spring.
Qualls is expected to face competition from Luke Gregerson and Pat Neshek for the Astros' closer role in spring training.
Astros manager A.J. Hinch expects Hernandez (personal) to arrive in camp this week, MLB.com reports.
Betts went 1-for-2 as the leadoff hitter in Boston's spring training game against Northeastern University on Tuesday.
Porcello retired all six batters he faced in two innings Tuesday, CSN New England reports.
Buchholz (knee) retired all three batters he faced Tuesday and continued to work on some mechanical changes, WEEI.com reports.
Perez is expected to see a lot of work in center field this spring with Melvin Upton Jr. (foot) out of action, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
De Fratus said he did a more serious long-toss program this offseason to try to add more velocity to his fastball, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Peraza has been very impressive in Braves camp thus far, and manager Fredi Gonzalez left the door open for the Braves' top prospect to make the team out of spring training, MLB.com's Mark Bowman reports. "Half [of the coaches] say he's ready to go and the other half say, 'Nah, give him a couple months, he hasn't gotten any higher than Double-A," Gonzalez said. "It's always a good discussion. It will play out. We'll see."
Harang was scratched from his scheduled Grapefruit League start Wednesday with lower back pain, the Phillies' official site reports.
Castillo felt a sensation in his left side after his final at-bat in Tuesday's spring game, CSN's Seam McAdam reports.
Nieves will be the starting catcher for Wednesday's spring training opener against Seattle, Corey Brock of MLB.com reports.
Starting the Reds' spring training opener, Marquis threw two scoreless innings, striking out three while walking two.
Bourgeois is away from the team to be at the birth of his daughter, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Kelly (groin) is ramping up is baseball activities and is hopeful to throw a side session this Friday, Corey Brock of MLB.com reports.
Johnson is slated to throw to on flat ground next week and could throw a bullpen session within the next couple of weeks, The San Diego Union-Trubunereports.
Moya did not play in Tuesday's spring game due to back spasms, MLB.com's Jason Beck reports.
Hendricks has made a goal to pitch 200 innings in 2015, MLB.com's Carrie Muskat reports.
Hultzen (shoulder) threw 28 pitches in his first live BP session of the spring, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
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Griffin (elbow) threw 35 pitches off of a mound Tuesday, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Ellsbury will likely hit first or second in the lineup this season.
Castellanos took a pitch off of his left hand Tuesday and suffered a contusion.
Cecil has the makeup to close, but may not be the team's closer according to manager John Gibbons, John Lott of the National Post reports.
Young is planning to sign with a team by the end of this week, ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports.
Lucroy (hamstring) is expected to receive some at-bats in minor league spring games next week, Greg Matzek of WTMJ Milwaukee reports.
Parker (elbow) is scheduled to throw all his pitches in a bullpen session on Tuesday for the first time since surgery, reports Jane Lee of MLB.com.
Manager Don Mattingly said Tuesday that Rollins will hit leadoff for the Dodgers this season, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports.
Martin caught for R.A. Dickey in Monday's intrasquad game for an inning, where they planned cross-ups to see if Martin could handle his knuckleballs, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet reports.
Satin will start at first base for the Reds' first spring training game, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Lyles will start the Rockies' Cactus League opener Wednesday against the Diamondbacks, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports.
Chacin (shoulder) will make his Cactus League debut Thursday against the Diamondbacks, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports.
Descalso is projected to serve as the Rockies' top reserve at second base, shortstop, and third base this season, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports.
The Brewers outrighted Hall to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Tuesday.
Fielder (neck) is expected to make his spring debut when Texas opens up Cactus League play Wednesday, the team's web site reports.
The Red Sox are viewing Workman as a reliever who can thrive in the high-leverage innings, the Boston Herald reports.
Hamels continues to be the subject of trade talks between the Phillies and the Red Sox, the Boston Herald reports.
Utley said his ankle has improved since he arrived at camp last month, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. "I'm making a little progress," Utley said. "Obviously, I wish it was a little quicker, but I'm trying to be smart about it. It seems like it's making some progressions every few days. As long as it continues to do that, I'd like to get out there as soon as possible."
Janish (elbow) will take ground balls Tuesday, MASN Sports reports.
Uehara threw his first bullpen session of the spring Monday, CSN New England reports.
Gwynn signed a minor league contract with the Nationals on Monday, the Washington Times reports. The deal includes a spring training invite.
Buchholz, who will pitch Tuesday, is also scheduled to start Saturday, the Providence Journal reports.
Mookie Betts, not Castillo, will be the starting center fielder Tuesday when Boston faces Northeastern University, the Providence Journal reports.
Betts will be the starting center fielder Tuesday when Boston faces Northeastern University, the Providence Journal reports.
Victorino will start in right field Tuesday when Boston kicks off its spring training with a game against Northeastern University, the Providence Journal reports.
Oliver has a good chance to make the Phillies' Opening Day roster as a reliever, the team's official site reports.
Rodriguez (knee) will start the Braves' Grapefruit League opener Wednesday against the Mets, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Adrianza is the favorite to win the final bench spot for the Giants heading into spring training, CSN Bay Area reports.
Jackson will make his first spring start on Mar. 9, MLB.com's Carrie Muskat reports.
Wood will start in the Cubs' Cactus League opener Thursday, MLB.com's Carrie Muskat reports.
Peacock (hip) could throw live batting practice early next week, Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Torrens may miss the entire 2015 season with a shoulder injury, the NY Post reports.
Duda (intercostal muscle) could swing on Wednesday, Matt Ehalt of The Record reports.
Tanaka faced live hitters for the first time in spring training.
Martinez (knee) took 30 swings off a tee on Monday, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Beltran will likely not make his spring debut until Friday's game against the Pirates, Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York reports.
If Homer Bailey is not ready to begin the season, there's a good chance that Maholm or Jason Marquis could temporarily fill his spot in the rotation, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Marshall (shoulder) has resumed throwing from flat ground after being shut down at the beginning of spring training.
Campbell will get time at second base and shortstop in spring training, Adam Rubin of ESPN reports.
Bailey's (forearm) first mound throwing session Friday went well, as he first threw long-toss and then threw 20 pitches from a mound.
Jones (elbow) is throwing from 120 feet, and will throw from 150 feet and in bullpen sessions next, Doug Padilla of ESPN reports.
Walters will get work at first base, shortstop, and in the outfield in spring training, Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Brantley will make his spring debut Thursday against the Reds, Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Indians manager Terry Francona said Monday that Moss (hip) may be a bit ahead of the mid-March estimate for his first game action of the spring, mlb.com's Jordan Bastian reports.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon said Monday that Hendricks will likely open the season in the starting rotation, mlb.com's Carrie Muskat reports.
Martinez will take the mound as the Cardinals starter in their first game this spring against Miami, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Votto (quadriceps) will not be in the lineup for Tuesday's Cactus League opener against the Indians, but he still is not expected to miss any significant time, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Gordon (wrist) continues to hit soft toss, but is unwilling to disclose when he expects to face live pitching, MLB.com's Jeffrey Flanagan reports.
Barrett dropped 20 pounds this offseason and reported to camp at 220 after finishing last season at 240, the Arizona Republic reports.
Hochevar (elbow) could start the year on the DL, the Kansas City Star's Andy McCullough reports.
Rodriguez will play his first exhibition game Wednesday as the DH, WFAN's Sweeny Murti reports.
Fleck is in minor league camp this spring, the Arizona Republic reports.
Madson was scratched from pitching Monday due to back stiffness, the Kansas City Star's Andy McCullough reports.
Ryu (back) threw a bullpen session Monday and will need another session and a simulated game before the club considers having him appear in a game, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports.
Hart got three stitches Sunday after slicing his foot on a hot tub and will miss a few days, the Pittsburgh Tribune's Rob Biertempfel reports.
Peralta (shoulder) threw his first bullpen session this spring on Monday and will throw at least one more before he's cleared to appear in a game, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports.
Goldschmidt will occupy the No. 3 spot in the order in the D-backs' spring opener against Arizona State on Tuesday, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.
Simmons seems to have recovered from his sore oblique but won't play in games until next week, MLB.com's Mark Bowman reports.
Munson is competing for a bullpen spot in camp with the Diamondbacks this spring.
Kershaw has been confirmed as the team's Opening Day starter, set to take place April 6 at home against San Diego, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports.
Pennington is the early favorite to break camp as a backup in the middle infield for the Diamondbacks this spring.
Ahmed is in the mix for a utility role with the Diamondbacks this spring.
Keuchel will start the Astros' third Grapefruit League game Saturday against the Yankees, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Ross could see regular time in the outfield against left-handed starters if the Diamondbacks keep him on their roster through Opening Day, the team's official site reports.
Perez is among the few relievers positioned as a lock for the Diamondbacks' Opening Day roster.
Hernandez is part of an open competition for the Diamondbacks' starting catcher spot this spring, the team's official site reports.
Dietrich (ankle) batted third and started at third base in the Marlins exhibition game against Florida International University on Monday.
Gosewisch is part of an open competition for the Diamondbacks' starting catcher spot this spring, the team's official site reports.
Gonzalez (knee) ran the bases Monday and could play in games sooner than originally expected, MLB.com's Thomas Harding reports.
Tulowitzki (hip) ran the bases Monday and could play in games sooner than originally expected, MLB.com's Thomas Harding reports.
Marshall could be among the candidates used to close games for Arizona if Addison Reed (shoulder) is forced to begin the season on the disabled list.
Harvey (elbow) faced swinging batters for the first time Monday in a 26-pitch session, NorthJersey.com's Matt Ehalt reports.
Holland will throw a bullpen session later this week and will aim to start in a Cactus League game next week, Fox Sports Southwest's Anthony Andro reports.
Delgado is among the 14 candidates battling for a spot in the back of the Diamondbacks rotation this spring, the Arizona Republic reports.
Pollock is penciled in as the Diamondbacks' leadoff hitter to begin the season, the Arizona Republic reports.
Burgos credits mechanical changes and an improved mentality for his breakout season at High-A Visalia in 2014, the Arizona Republic reports.
Andrus left Sunday's workout early with a sore left knee, but the Rangers do not believe the injury to be serious, Fox Sports Southwest's Anthony Andro reports.
Oberholtzer will start the Astros' second Grapefruit League game Friday against St. Louis, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Tomas had his best defensive day to date during workouts Sunday, the Arizona Republic reports.
McHugh will start the Astros' Grapefruit League opener Thursday against Philadelphia, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.