Pierre has decided to retire from MLB, Buster Olney of ESPN reports.
Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale was a little bit more cautious about Reed's shoulder status than Reed's remarks on Sunday, the Arizona Republic reports. "The worst thing we can do is say you've only thrown two or three times now and we're going to open the season," Hale said. "If that's the case, then he may have to start on the DL. We're a long way away from that. We'll see how many outings it's going to take for him to feel comfortable and for us to feel comfortable with how he's throwing the ball."
Hellickson had to shut down a throwing session Saturday with cramping in his right side under his rib cage, the Arizona Republic reports.
Tomas is slated to get some reps in the outfield this week, during the first week of spring training games, the Arizona Republic reports.
Owings was expected to miss the first 7-10 days of games due to a shoulder injury, but is progressing more quickly than expected, the Arizona Republic reports. "I don't have an exact (return) date," manager Chip Hale said, "but he's past where I thought he was."
Reed said the soreness in his shoulder has completely subsided, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports. He will be able to throw off a mound in about two weeks and is still expected to be ready for Opening Day.
Reynolds (elbow) has been slow by a minor rib issue this spring, the Arizona Republic reports.
Drury will split time between second and third base this spring, the Arizona Republic reports.
Inciarte's role to begin the season is somewhat uncertain as the Diamondbacks are still working with Yasmany Tomas at third base to begin the spring.
Peralta's role to begin the season is somewhat uncertain as the Diamondbacks are still working with Yasmany Tomas at third base to begin the spring.
Lamb has reported to camp in great shape while opening the eyes of new manager Chip Hale, according to Fox Sports Arizona.
Hill is competing to serve as the Diamondbacks' starting second baseman during spring training, Fox Sports Arizona reports. "The best guy plays every day," D-backs manager Chip Hale said. "If Aaron Hill comes in and he is back to Aaron Hill that his baseball card says on the back . . . If he's the best guy at that position, he'll be our second baseman."
Ray is part of a large competition for one of the final three spots in the Arizona rotation to begin the season.
Nuno is part of a large competition for one of the final three spots in the Arizona rotation to begin the season.
Webster is not a lock for the Diamondbacks' rotation to begin the season, but he may have a leg up on the open competition for one of the final three spots behind Josh Collmenter and Jeremy Hellickson.
De La Rosa is not considered a lock for the Arizona rotation to begin the season, but he is leading candidate to handle one of the three open spots behind Josh Collmenter and Jeremy Hellickson.
Hellickson is considered to be among the locks to begin the year in the Diamondbacks' rotation, the Arizona Republic reports.
Collmenter is considered to be among the locks to begin the year in the Diamondbacks' rotation, the Arizona Republic reports.
Brito added muscle this offseason and checked in at 216 pounds at the start of spring training this week, the Arizona Republic reports.
Locante has impressed during the early days of camp, the Arizona Republic reports.
Anderson may have an inside track to begin the season in the Diamondbacks' rotation, the Arizona Republic reports. "Chase Anderson won nine games for us last year; you have to strongly consider him as part of our rotation," general manager Dave Stewart said. "When you look at those three guys, those have to be guys you strongly consider."
Chafin will start the Diamondbacks first spring Training game against the Arizona State baseball team.
Upton (foot) is expected to be out until at least May 1, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Upton's (foot) test results revealed inflammation in his left foot. He will be in a cast for two weeks followed by a walking boot for 4-6 weeks.
Simmons (oblique) started throwing and took some light swings Friday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Upton is experiencing right foot discomfort and will be further evaluated, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Garcia threw a scoreless inning in Baltimore's intrasquad game Sunday, MASN Sports reports.
Wieters (elbow) will be behind the plate for Sunday's intrasquad game, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Davis (suspension) could see time at third base or in the outfield this season, MLB.com's Britt Ghiroli reports.
|BOSTON RED SOX|
Craig has "much more life in his bat," according to manager John Farrell, the Boston Globe reports.
Mujica entered training camp 15 pounds lighter, something that has quickened his arm speed, according to manager John Farrell, the Boston Herald reports. "Whether or not [the increased arm speed] translates to velocity, we'll see," said Farrell.
Castillo and Mookie Betts are competing for the starting center field job, the Boston Herald reports. "They're going to get equal playing time," manager John Farrell said Sunday about the spring training opportunities. "But I think it's important they both get the combination of the guys on the flank because of communication, the responsibilities for balls in the gap, fly ball communication and those priorities."
Betts and Rusney Castillo will get equal opportunities in center field during spring training, the Boston Herald reports. "I think it's important they both get the combination of the guys on the flank because of communication, the responsibilities for balls in the gap, fly ball communication and those priorities," said manager John Farrell.
Brentz, who had some right-knee inflammation, has been fully cleared, the Boston Globe reports.
Owens drew a crowd to watch him throw live batting practice to major league hitters Saturday, the Boston Herald reports.
Kelly needs to refine his command overall and become more efficient, according to Red Sox manager John Farrell, who wants to see the right-hander go deeper into games, the Providence Journal reports.
Spruill, who started and relieved in the Diamondbacks' organization last season, will pitch as a reliever with Boston, the Providence Journal reports.
Nava has been hitting exclusively from the left side of the plate during spring training, the Providence Journal reports.
Mujica revealed he had a neck issue early last season, something that played a role in his slow start to the season, WEEI.com reports. The right-hander carried a 7.29 ERA after his first 22 appearances.
Castillo is a candidate to be the leadoff hitter, but he's behind others at this point, WEEI.com reports.
Victorino is a candidate to hit leadoff, WEEI.com reports. Red Sox manager John Farrell was discussing leadoff options Friday, mentioning Victorino as a possibility along with Brock Holt and Mookie Betts.
Kelly will pitch the Grapefruit League opener Thursday against the Twins, WEEI.com reports.
Miley will pitch on Tuesday night against Boston College, WEEI.com reports.
Porcello will pitch on Tuesday afternoon against Northeastern University, WEEI.com reports.
Buchholz (knee) is scheduled to throw Tuesday afternoon against Northeastern University, WEEI.com reports.
Brentz (knee) returned to activity Friday, WEEI.com reports.
Castillo is the odds-on favorite to take the starting center field spot for the Red Sox, Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald affirms.
Ross, who was used as a starter and reliever with Texas last season, is being viewed exclusively has a reliever with Boston, the Boston Globe reports.
Brentz is dealing with right knee inflammation, the Boston Globe reports.
|CHICAGO WHITE SOX|
Rodon will take the injured Chris Sale's Cactus League start for the White Sox Friday, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports.
Samardzija is the likely Opening Day starter for the White Sox due to Chris Sale's foot injury, Bruce Levin of 670thescore.com says.
Sale has suffered an avulsion fracture on his right foot in an accident at home and is expected to miss three weeks, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Sale will start Opening Day for the White Sox, ESPN Chicago reports.
Noesi enters White Sox camp expected to win the fifth starter role, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Wada (hamstring) threw a live batting practice Saturday with no ill effects, MLB.com's Carrie Muskat reports. "I thought he threw the ball really well," manager Joe Maddon said.
Edwards (finger) threw a bullpen session Saturday, Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Reds manager Bryan Price said Saturday that there will be no competition at shortstop between Zack Cozart and Suarez during spring training, C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Reds manager Bryan Price said Saturday that Cozart will not face competition for his starting job from Eugenio Suarez during spring training, C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Phillips is 100 percent healthy, according to his manager Bryan Price, John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Floyd (elbow) threw his first live batting practice session of the spring on Sunday, mlb.com reports.
Swisher (knee) was able to take live batting practice Saturday for the first time since he underwent knee surgery last August, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Kipnis (finger) may miss the Indians' first 3-to-4 Cactus League games, Nick Camino of Newsradio WTAM 1100 reports.
Swisher (knee) participated in some restricted running activities Thursday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Axford's contract was picked up by the Rockies.
Chatwood (elbow) has been placed on the 60-day DL.
Gonzalez (knee) is expected to begin running the bases next week, MLB.com reports.
Tulowitzki (hip) is expected to begin running the bases next week, MLB.com reports.
Hundley could serve as the Rockies' primary catcher this season, MLB.com's Thomas Harding suggests.
Parker will vie for an Opening Day roster spot with the Rockies during spring training, MLB.com's Thomas Harding reports.
Blackmon is on track to serve as the regular center fielder for the Rockies in 2015, MLB.com's Thomas Harding reports.
Dickerson is in line to open the upcoming season as the Rockies' regular left fielder, MLB.com's Thomas Harding reports.
Manager Brad Ausmus indicated that Avila (back) will play some first base Monday morning, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Iglesias is starting at shortstop and hitting second in the Tigers' first spring lineup, Anthony Fenech of Freep.com reports.
Avila was held out of workouts for a second straight day Saturday due to a back issue but is expected to return Sunday, Chris Iott of MLive.com reports.
Appel drew praise from Astros manage A.J. Hinch after throwing his second live batting practice this spring, Jose de Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Gattis has been working out exclusively in left field this spring, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
|KANSAS CITY ROYALS|
Brooks will start the Royals' Cactus League opener Wednesday against the Rangers, Andy McCullough of the Kansas City Star reports.
|LOS ANGELES ANGELS|
Richards (knee) will not be ready for Opening Day, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.
Freese came into camp "much leaner and more fit" in 2015, according to Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register
Hamilton is likely to be suspended at least 25 games for his recent drug relapse, Ken Rosenthal and Jon Morosi of Fox Sports report.
|LOS ANGELES DODGERS|
Adams has signed a minor-league deal with the Dodgers, Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Peralta (shoulder) could throw off a mound as soon as Monday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Ryu (back) is tentatively scheduled to throw a bullpen session Monday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Kershaw is slated to start Thursday's spring training game against the White Sox, Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times reports.
Peralta (shoulder) may be ready for Opening Day after all, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Seager will only play shortstop this spring, Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times reports.
Jansen (foot) was fitted with a walking boot on his surgically-repaired foot, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports.
Fernandez threw off a mound without incident and said it felt "really, really normal," Juan Rodriguez of the Sun Sentinel reports.
Haren is expected to start the Marlins' Grapefruit League opener Thursday, Tom D'Angelo of the Palm Beach Post reports.
Stanton was hit on the left hip by a pitch Saturday in the Marlins' first simulated game but was not injured, MLB.com reports.
Henderson (shoulder) threw his first live batting practice session this spring on Sunday, FOX Sports Wisconsin reports.
Nelson threw his first bullpen session Sunday since the onset of hamstring tightness and did not seem to have any issues, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Nelson was unable to throw Thursday or Friday due to a sore hamstring, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports.
Ramirez has said 2015 will be his final season in MLB, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Buxton (finger) was sent home with a case of the flu that has hit some of the Twins' clubhouse, Phil Miller of the Star-Tribune reports.
Pelfrey (elbow) threw to live hitters Saturday for the first time since undergoing surgery in May, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
|NEW YORK YANKEES|
Warren will start the team's first spring game, Sweeny Murti of WFAN Radio reports.
Ryan (back) is feeling better but will not resume baseball activities until at least Monday, Wallace Matthews of ESPN reports.
Sabathia (knee) will wear a knee brace this season, Wallace Matthews of ESPN.com reports.
Ryan has suffered a mid-back strain and will miss five days, Wallace Matthews of ESPN reports.
|NEW YORK METS|
Cuddyer may play left rather than right field, which is where he had been projected to land when he signed with the Mets, Matt Ewalt of the Record reports.
Lagares' elbow injury could be a long-term issue and will be monitored by the Mets this year, Mike Vorkunov of the Star-Ledger reports.
Harvey threw 43 pitches in batting practice Friday, his first such effort since his October 2013 Tommy John surgery, the NY Daily News reports.
Lagares is preferred by Terry Collins as the Mets' leadoff hitter, Marc Carig of Newsday reports.
Parnell (elbow) faced batters Thursday for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery in April, ESPN New York reports.
Murphy is open to contract extension talks with the Mets, but the team appears inclined to let him walk as a free agent after the season, ESPN New York reports.
Colon may get the Opening Day nod against Washington, ESPN New York reports.
Crisp will likely miss the start of the Cactus League season due a to case of pinkeye, reports John Hickey of the Bay Area News Group.
Zito will start the A's Cactus League game on Thursday, reports Jane Lee of MLB.com.
Hassan was claimed off waivers by the Athletics on Friday.
Out: 60-day DL
Griffin (elbow) was placed on the 60-Day DL on Friday, reports Jane Lee of MLB.com.
Olson (shoulder) indicates that he has "100% strength" in his shoulder and he is fully participating in spring camp, writes William Boor of MLB.com.
Aumont is expected to get a long look for a bullpen spot this spring because he is out of options, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Martin (back) has been working on shortening his delivery to the plate, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Utley (ankle) will not play in the Phillies' Grapefruit League opener Tuesday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Pettibone (shoulder) will throw his third bullpen session of the spring Sunday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Lee (elbow) is scheduled to make his first start of spring training Thursday against the Astros, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Billingsley (elbow) called himself ahead of schedule after throwing two simulated innings Friday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Gillies has signed a minor league contract with the Padres, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com reports.
Manager Ryne Sandberg said Biddle (elbow) has stood out early on in camp, the Philadelphia Daily News reports. "[He's] really doing a good job," Sandberg said. "Every time he pitches and does sides, he has really good command. He's showing his pitches and seems to be really in control."
Howard has been working on adjusting his stance at the plate for the past two or three months, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Revere said his ankle feels great this spring now that the screws that were in his foot all of last season have been removed, CSN Philly reports.
The Phillies are expected to give Ruiz (shoulder) more rest this season to try to keep him healthy and productive, CSN Philadelphia reports.
Rupp may have an edge over the others competing for the backup catching job in Philadelphia because he is on the 40-man roster, CSN Philadelphia reports.
Tucker has recovered from offseason thumb surgery and will be ready for the start of minor league spring training, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Hanson expects to play mostly at second base over shortstop in 2015. "I'm working more at second base [because] the opportunity may be more open for me there," Hanson said. "I feel comfortable there. But if they need me at shortstop, I can play there, too," the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
The Pirates are working with Richard to break the bad habits he developed while pitching with thoracic outlet syndrome, the team's official website reports.
Hart's playing time in 2015 will be primarily tied to how well Pedro Alvarez adapts to a new position at first base, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Tabata, who has just 17 career homers in 1724 career plate appearances, worked on a power stroke in the Mexican League over the winter, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
|SAN DIEGO PADRES|
Cashner will pitch Thursday against Seattle, Dennis Lin of the Union-Tribune reports.
Kennedy will take the mound Thursday, Dennis Lin of the Union-Tribune reports.
Kelly (groin) has been cleared for field work and some baseball activities, Corey Brock of MLB.com reports.
Lane will get the start Wednesday against the Mariners, Corey Brock of MLB.com reports.
Kelly (groin) has returned to the field, Dennis Lin of U-T San Diego reports.
Wallace, a non-roster invitee to Padres' camp, could earn a spot on the bench with the major league club, Jeff Sanders of the Union-Tribune.
Solarte is a candidate for the leadoff spot in the Padres' lineup, Jeff Sanders of the Union-Tribune reports.
Myers could be a candidate for the leadoff spot in the Padres' lineup, Jeff Sanders of the Union-Tribune reports.
Myers was mentioned by Bud Black as a lead-off candidate, Jeff Sanders of U-T San Diego reports.
|SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS|
Cain (elbow) will not appear in exhibition games until mid-March, Chris Haft of MLB.com reports.
Bumgarner will start the Giants' Cactus League opener Tuesday against the A's, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Rogers signed a minor league contract with the Rangers on Sunday, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN reports.
Walker has swapped out his cutter for a slider, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.
Ackley looks like he's headed for a platoon in left field with Rickie Weeks, the Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Weeks will work out primarily in left field in spring training and might platoon with Dustin Ackley, the Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Rollins will compete for a left-handed relief job in spring training, the Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Morrison, who hasn't played 100 games in a season since 2011 because of injuries, hired a trainer this year to help keep him healthy, the Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Ramirez, who is out of options and competing for the fifth spot in the rotation, is not being considered for a bullpen job, the Seattle Times reports.
Witherspoon has signed a deal with the Dodgers, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports.
Hernandez threw his first bullpen session of spring Thursday and will throw at least one more, plus live batting practice, before pitching his first Cactus League game, the Seattle Times reports.
Gutierrez, who missed all last season, has an arthritic condition that affects his hips and lower body, the Seattle Times reports.
|ST. LOUIS CARDINALS|
Jay is expected to miss the Cardinals' Grapefruit League opener Thursday due to a wrist injury that required an offseason scope, Jennifer Langosch of MLB.com reports.
Wacha impressed in his first live batting practice session of the spring Wednesday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
|TAMPA BAY RAYS|
General manager Matthew Silverman said Saturday that he anticipates Colome (visa issues) will join the Rays' spring training "hopefully next week," Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Belisario suffered a fractured shoulder in a pre-camp accident and will be out for two weeks, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Holland's first spring start will be pushed back a day due to shoulder soreness, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Lewis will start the Rangers' Cactus League opener Wednesday against the Royals, Anthony Andro of FOX Sports Southwest reports.
Holland impressed in his first live batting practice session Friday, the Rangers' official site reports.
Texas has committed that Detwiler will compete for the final spot in the rotation, despite the lack of healthy left-handed relief pitching early this spring, according to the team's website.
Olmos has been sidelined with a sore shoulder, Anthony Andro of Fox Sports Southwest reports.
Scheppers (elbow) felt good during his first session of live batting practice Thursday, the team's official site reports.
Moreland (ankle) enters spring training fully healthy, but will be brought along a bit slower initially, the Rangers' official site reports.
Choo (ankle/elbow) will be brought along slowly this spring, the Rangers' official site reports.
|TORONTO BLUE JAYS|
Viciedo agreed to a minor league contract with the Blue Jays on Saturday, FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports.
Saunders ended up having 70 percent of his meniscus removed during Friday's procedure and is now expected to miss just 4-to-6 weeks, Barry Davis of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Sanchez will start the Blue Jays' first spring training game, Arden Zwelling of Sportsnet reports.
Despite being out of options, Moore could be a bit behind Mike Carp in the spring battle for a bench spot given the Nationals' need for left-handed hitters, the Washington Post reports.
The Nationals' right-handed-heavy starting lineup could give Carp an edge on Tyler Moore in the spring battle for a bench spot, the Washington Post reports.
Skole thinks he's corrected the mechanical issues with his swing that resulted in a poor 2014, Bill Ladson of MLB.com reports.
Hill signed a minor league contract with the Nationals on Friday that includes an invite to spring training.
Perry has signed a minor league deal with the Tigers, Chris Iott of MLive.com reports.
Werth was restricted to conditioning drills on Thursday, but says he's anticipating being able to ramp up his rehab from shoulder surgery late next week, the Washington Post reports. "You got to err on the side of caution," Werth said. "You come back too early and then you have a setback or something like that so it's a fine line. But our trainers and doctors are on top of it. I feel like I have a good sense of where I'm at and where I want to be so it's just a time thing."
Scherzer has added a cutter to his arsenal, reports Tyler Kepner of The New York Times.
Escobar has had some hiccups, but mostly looked good defensively in his transition to second base, the Washington Post reports. "I'm asking that people have a bit of patience with me," Escobar said on Thursday. "I'm getting a little bit more confidence every day. It's new to me in my career. I want to do my best."