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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Rainy day in Tampa limiting Yankees to workout indoors today.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Sounds like the guy to make the last out in Game 7 will throw the first pitch of the new (exhibition) season. Mike Montgomery is scheduled to pitch Saturday one day before the Cubs play the Indians (again).

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

El futuro de los Yankees: Jorge Mateo, Gleyber Torres y Miguel Andújar.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

An anecdotal glimpse into how a good team maintains a winning culture: Young reliever Matt Bowman is working on his changeup this spring. He threw several during a live batting practice session to Dexter Fowler. Afterward, Fowler yelled "Stay hot, Bowman!" and the two chatted near the batting cage. Bowman asked Fowler what he saw from his changeup and the veteran outfielder said, "I saw that it was nasty." They continued to discuss the pitch. Such interplay between hitters and pitchers doesn't happen on some teams.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals moved their Wednesday workouts up about 30 minutes to try to beat a rainstorm predicted to begin about noon. Meanwhile, the local fauna seems to be OK with what rain had already fallen. South Florida has been in a drought.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

All Latin players in the Yankees are currently in a meeting led by the FBI, briefing them on how to remain safe in their respective countries.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Newest Nationals catcher Matt Wieters averaged 144 games and 22 home runs from 2011 to 2013, but has averaged only 75 games and 10 home runs in the last 3 seasons.

ESPN Stats and Information  

2017 MLB win total over/unders from the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook were released Tuesday. For the second straight year, the Cubs have the highest preseason total (93.5 in 2016).

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Indians manager Terry Francona had high praise for Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer on Tuesday at Cactus League media day: "Theo got to do what he always wanted to do and maybe you could not do that in Boston. Where you take a step back, get a little younger...and once they did...it's hard to imagine them (Cubs) going away anytime soon."