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Here is a roundup of what’s going on around the American League Central.
- Sonny Gray is out with a lat strain, which is pretty bad news for the Athletics.
- The Nationals were very sneaky in assembling a World Series caliber team this offseason.
- Blue Jays pitcher T.J. House was taken to the hospital after being struck by a line drive.
- Ian Desmond has a broken hand and it’s hard to see who the loser in this situation really is.
- Orioles and Alvarez agree to minor-league deal.
- The Red Sox are out to win the AL East again with a powerhouse pitching rotation.
- Red Sox lefty David Price isn’t yet ready to throw, according to Evan Drellich of The Boston Herald.
- Trevor May has torn ligament and will likely get season ending Tommy John surgery.
- Reds pitcher Anthony Disclafani has a strained elbow.
- Rangers right-hander Andrew Cashner is set to start a throwing program this weekend, according to MLB.com’s TR Sullivan.
- Derek Norris placed on waivers.
- Tim Tebow got a hit in a real, live baseball game and it was glorious.
- Gagne enthused after first comeback test.
- The Twins hired Jeremy Hefner to be a scout, he announced on his Twitter account.
- The Cubs had a very special guest visit them at spring training.
- THE JERRY DIPOTO TRAIN IS PULLING INTO THE STATION.
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