Updates on guys some wanted

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    Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports that the Dodgers think Hanley Ramirez (thumb) could miss anywhere from 2-10 weeks.

    Of course, that's quite a wide range, so we'll know a lot more when the MRI results come back. Still, the low end of that timetable would take him out of the mix for Opening Day. If that's the case, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly plans to use Luis Cruz at shortstop and alternate his options (Juan Uribe, Jerry Hairston, Jr.) at third base.
     
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    GM thinks Crawford will be ready for opener

    Dodgers GM Ned Colletti said Tuesday that he believes Carl Crawford (elbow) will be ready for Opening Day.

    Crawford has finally progressed to live game action, even picking up a pair of hits and an RBI in Monday's tilt with the Diamondbacks. He still hasn't manned his position defensively, which is a hurdle that will need to be climbed before he's cleared for Opening Day. But given Colletti's optimism, it appears Crawford might avoid the disabled list after all
     
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    Chone Figgins - OF - Marlins

    Marlins released INF-OF Chone Figgins.

     
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    I hope LA times be nice to Crawford if they want him to play well. 

     
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    Jed Lowrie hit his first home run of the spring on Thursday in the A's defeat of the Mariners. Lowrie finished the day 1-for-2 with a walk, two runs scored and two RBI. He is expected to serve as the A's primary third baseman this season, but he could see action at multiple spots on the infield. That multi-position eligibility makes him valuable in fantasy leagues. Mar 7 - 5:41 PM
     
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    GM thinks Crawford will be ready for opener

    Dodgers GM Ned Colletti said Tuesday that he believes Carl Crawford (elbow) will be ready for Opening Day.

    Crawford has finally progressed to live game action, even picking up a pair of hits and an RBI in Monday's tilt with the Diamondbacks. He still hasn't manned his position defensively, which is a hurdle that will need to be climbed before he's cleared for Opening Day. But given Colletti's optimism, it appears Crawford might avoid the disabled list after all



    wasn't it about this time last year we were hearing the same things? then the UCL troubles and sebsequent DL stint.

     
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    Dodgers could have more combined salary on 2-man DL (Greinke and Ramirez, $32.5m) than Astros on 25-man roster.

     
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    Justin Smoak - 1.164OPS in ST so far...

     
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    Justin Smoak - 1.164OPS in ST so far...




    Well said. Would have been a great guy to take a flyer on, should have approached M's before they designated Carp. M's have enough DH/1B types might have gotten on the cheap, could have been alot of possible upside. Would hve been like the old days when we picked up the likes of Ortiz, Mueller, Bellhorn, and Millar that no one thought was a big deal at the time.

     
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    Felix Hernandez gave up one earned run over three innings Tuesday in a loss to the Diamondbacks. Hernandez surrendered only one hit -- a solo home run to Eric Hinske -- and struck out three. He issued one walk. The 26-year-old right-hander will probably be allowed to go four innings in his next Cactus League start. Mar 12 - 7:08 PM  
     
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    Paul Goldschmidt has a line of .415/489/.537 in 47 At Bats.

           
     
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    I made at least 3 thresds sbout Smoak.  Snother top tsrget I repeatedly suggested was Rick Porcello (snd to my surprise,  many agreed).  Porcello has a 2.50ERA and a 0.778WHIP so far this spring

     

     

    Unlike Hernamdez and Goldschmidt, both Smoak and Porcello were reportedavailable this off-season...vai

     
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    Paul Goldschmidt has a line of .415/489/.537 in 47 At Bats.

           



    He skipped AAA ball and walked right into the major league from AA.

     
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    I made at least 3 thresds sbout Smoak.  Snother top tsrget I repeatedly suggested was Rick Porcello (snd to my surprise,  many agreed).  Porcello has a 2.50ERA and a 0.778WHIP so far this spring

     

     

    Unlike Hernamdez and Goldschmidt, both Smoak and Porcello were reportedavailable this off-season...vai



    I wanted those two guys also, Smoak and Procello.  Porcello is still available but not sure Sox have open spot for him.  Porcello's still young (24) and has 4 full season experience already.  And he's getting better every year starting from his debut.    

     
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    Paul Goldschmidt has a line of .415/489/.537 in 47 At Bats.

           



    He skipped AAA ball and walked right into the major league from AA.

     



    he is a fantastic talent. Going to be a top 1Bman in the league soon enough

     
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