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Shawn Fitzgerald ESPN Producer 

Our own Randy Scott with today's junior reporter, Nicole, at Orioles camp today in Sarasota.

Shawn Fitzgerald ESPN Producer 

Adam Jones making Randy Scott breakfast here at Orioles camp

Randy Scott ESPN 

SportsCenter's FL Spring Training Tour continues in Sarasota w/ the Orioles this morning. Adam Jones cooks breakfast and we try to avoid getting pranked.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

The daily podcast starts this morning. On the guest list: Giants broadcaster Mike Krukow, Jayson Stark, Andrew Marchand, Trea Turner.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers officially announce the signing of free agent OF Franklin Gutierrez. Gutierrez has a career .289 batting average and .495 slugging percentage against left-handed pitching. LHP Vidal Nuno was traded Sunday to open a spot on the 40-man roster.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox LHP Drew Pomeranz on offseason stem-cell injection to relieve elbow soreness. "They kind of scrape (flexor) tendon to create some bleeding and then they shoot stem cells on top. I was fine 5 minutes into it, then about 20 minutes later I couldn't bend my arm for 5 days."

Randy Scott ESPN 

Great day w/ the @Nationals to start @SportsCenter's FL Spring Training Tour. Who better to give a VIP tour of the new facility than @BHarper3407?

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

One Cubs theme this spring is "humility." Joe Maddon wants to see it from his players after winning the World Series. It was one point of their pre warm up talk led by strength coach Tim Buss on Monday and will continue to be addressed in camp.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Joe Girardi on A-Rod: "Mr. Steinbrenner always gave people second and third chances and brought people back to the organization that had done really good things for the organization. There are situations that happen that aren't always so positive. That didn't keep Mr. Steinbrenner from bringing them back before. Hal [Steinbrenner] is doing the same thing."

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Alex Rodriguez will arrive in Yankees camp on Tuesday. The fact he is making a triumphant return after not being allowed to finish out his 10-year, $275 million contract on the field is a testament to the incredible change in the relationship between the team and its special adviser since his season long suspension in 2014.