Baltimore Orioles
NAMESTATUSDATE
Zach BrittonDay-to-DayFeb 21
Comment: Britton won't pitch in Wednesday's intrasquad game as he's dealing with an oblique injury, Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com reports.
J.J. HardyDay-To-DayFeb 18
Comment: Hardy's tests on his back came back clean, according to manager Buck Showalter, and he could be able to play in exhibition games by March 10, Roch Kubatko of MASN reports.
Boston Red Sox
NAMESTATUSDATE
Sam TravisDay-To-DayFeb 21
Comment: Travis (knee) has been participating in all drills and has taken live batting practice, Christopher Smith of MassLive reports.
Steven WrightDay-To-DayFeb 21
Comment: Wright (shoulder) is on schedule with his rehab and is expected to be ready Opening Day, Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports.
Drew PomeranzDay-To-DayFeb 21
Comment: Pomeranz (elbow) is on track with his recovery and is expected to be ready for the start of the season, Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports.
Drew PomeranzDay-To-DayFeb 20
Comment: Pomeranz (elbow) threw his first bullpen session of spring training Monday, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports.
Steven WrightDay-to-DayFeb 20
Comment: Wright indicated that his shoulder felt fine after throwing his first bullpen session since last October on Monday, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports.
Eduardo RodriguezDay-To-DayFeb 18
Comment: Rodriguez (knee) is participating in pitching activities, but being held back from fielding drills, Jen McCaffrey of MassLive.com reports.
Cleveland Indians
NAMESTATUSDATE
Austin JacksonDay-to-DayFeb 21
Comment: Jackson (left knee) is no longer restricted with his hitting, but is still gradually working his way up to outfield-specific agility drills, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.
Michael BrantleyDay-to-DayFeb 21
Comment: Brantley (shoulder) took part in fielding drills on Tuesday, Tom Withers reports.
Michael BrantleyDay-to-DayFeb 18
Comment: Brantley (shoulder) has advanced to the soft-toss stage of his hitting program, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.
Houston Astros
NAMESTATUSDATE
Dallas KeuchelDay-To-DayFeb 21
Comment: Keuchel (shoulder) isn't expected to make his Grapefruit League debut until early March, Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Carlos CorreaDay-To-DayFeb 21
Comment: Correa (teeth) has increased his activity but has yet to resume throwing or hitting, Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Evan GattisDay-To-DayFeb 19
Comment: Gattis (shoulder) got in some light throwing Sunday morning, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Evan GattisDay-To-DayFeb 19
Comment: Gatts (shoulder) participated in catching drills Saturday, but has not yet resumed throwing, Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Evan GattisDay-To-DayFeb 18
Comment: Gattis (shoulder) will participate in catching drills Saturday, Brian McTaggert of MLB.com reports.
Lance McCullersDay-to-DayFeb 18
Comment: McCullers (elbow) is experimenting with two new changeup grips this spring, Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Los Angeles Angels
NAMESTATUSDATE
C.J. CronDay-to-DayFeb 20
Comment: Cron, who underwent surgery on his thumb last October, is fully recovered and won't face any limitations in camp, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.
Albert PujolsDay-to-DayFeb 19
Comment: Pujols (foot) said that he is progressing well, but he will certainly not be ready for the Angels' Cactus League debut and is still questionable for Opening Day, the Orange County Register reports.
Minnesota Twins
NAMESTATUSDATE
Glen PerkinsDay-to-DayFeb 21
Comment: Perkins (shoulder) is scheduled to throw his next bullpen session Wednesday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Trevor MayDay-To-DayFeb 19
Comment: May (back) will compete for a spot in Minnesota's starting rotation this spring, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Mason MelotakisDay-To-DayFeb 19
Comment: Moltakis (oblique) attempted to throw off flat ground Saturday but experienced some discomfort and will back off for the next few days, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Glen PerkinsDay-to-DayFeb 18
Comment: Perkins (shoulder) threw a second bullpen session Saturday, but could still open the year on the disabled list, MLB.com's Rhett Bollinger reports.
New York Yankees
NAMESTATUSDATE
Ronald HerreraDay-to-DayFeb 21
Comment: Herrera is experiencing shoulder inflammation and will be out approximately two weeks, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Masahiro TanakaDay-to-DayFeb 19
Comment: Tanaka (forearm) tossed a simulated game Sunday morning, Pete Caldera of the Bergen Record reports.
Seattle Mariners
NAMESTATUSDATE
Steve CishekDay-to-DayFeb 21
Comment: Cishek (hip) felt good after playing catch for the first time Tuesday, Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Steve CishekDay-to-DayFeb 20
Comment: Cishek (hip) will play catch for the first time out to 60 feet on Tuesday, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.
Tampa Bay Rays
NAMESTATUSDATE
Matt DuffyDay-to-DayFeb 21
Comment: Duffy reported that his surgically repaired left heel felt good after his first batting practice session of the spring, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Evan LongoriaDay-To-DayFeb 21
Comment: Longoria (illness) missed a second straight day of workouts Tuesday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Matt DuffyDay-to-DayFeb 20
Comment: Duffy (heel), who is being brought along slowly after September surgery, tracked pitches Monday and may participate in his first batting practice session Tuesday, Marc Topkin of Tampa Bay Times reports.
Evan LongoriaDay-To-DayFeb 20
Comment: Longoria (illness) missed Monday's workout, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Mallex SmithDay-to-DayFeb 19
Comment: Smith (oblique) could be held out of early spring training games according to manager Kevin Cash, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Colby RasmusDay-to-DayFeb 19
Comment: Rasmus (groin) could be held out of early spring training games according to manager Kevin Cash, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Logan MorrisonDay-to-DayFeb 19
Comment: Morrison (wrist) could be held out of early spring training games according to manager Kevin Cash, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Matt DuffyDay-to-DayFeb 19
Comment: Duffy (heel) could be held out of early spring training games according to manager Kevin Cash, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Nathan EovaldiDay-to-DayFeb 19
Comment: Eovaldi (elbow) reported no setbacks a day after playing catch for the first time following Tommy John surgery, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Shawn TollesonDay-to-DayFeb 18
Comment: Tolleson (back) was held back Saturday for "preventative" reasons but there are non concerns about his status for the regular season, the Tampa Bay Times' Marc Topkin reports.
Texas Rangers
NAMESTATUSDATE
Tyson RossDay-to-DayFeb 18
Comment: Ross (shoulder) probably won't be on a mound until mid-March, Evan Grant of Dallas Morning News reports.
Elvis AndrusDay-to-DayFeb 18
Comment: Andrus (groin) says he is working out at 80-90 percent of full strength and participating in all baseball activities, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Adrian BeltreDay-to-DayFeb 18
Comment: Beltre (calf) says he is still hoping to play in the first round of the World Baseball Classic, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Toronto Blue Jays
NAMESTATUSDATE
Steve PearceDay-to-DayFeb 19
Comment: Pearce, who was previously presumed to be in line for a platoon role at first base, is the Jays' preferred every-day left fielder, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet reports.
Josh DonaldsonDay-To-DayFeb 19
Comment: Donaldson (calf) announced on Sunday that he expects to miss two or three weeks of spring training due to his recent calf strain, John Lott of The Athletic reports.
Steve PearceDay-to-DayFeb 18
Comment: Pearce (elbow) is progressing in his throwing program and should be available to play outfield Opening Day, if needed, John Lott of The Athletic reports.
Josh DonaldsonDay-To-DayFeb 18
Comment: Donaldson received his MRI results Saturday and they revealed he has a strained right calf.
Josh DonaldsonDay-To-DayFeb 18
Comment: Donaldson was sent to have an MRI after he felt something in his calf Saturday, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet reports.

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