Hello everyone. Lets get straight to it today. Cubs short stop Javier Baez was at it again, smashing a solo shot for his second home run of the spring. Red Sox short stop Xander Bogaerts one upped Baez, knocking a homer of his own and adding another run batted in along with a walk. Yet another short stop had a big day, Rosell Herrera of the Rockies, as he went 2-3 with a run scored and he also knocked in a pair. Cuban import Alexander Guerrero had a grand slam, his first home run in official American baseball while manning the keystone for the Dodgers.
Right handers Aaron Sanchez of the Blue Jays and Mike Foltynewicz of the Astros each threw two scoreless innings. Neither allowed a hit as Sanchez punched out two and Foltynewicz K'd one. Mariners southpaw James Paxton was scoreless through three frames, allowing only a pair of hits with a strike out. Anthony Ranaudo had an outing he hopes everyone will quickly forget, allowing six hits and 2 walks in 1.1 innings, resulting in five runs (three earned) with no strike outs. As for the rest of the players, have a look.
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