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Red-hot Puig enjoys perfect day03/19/2013 9:23 PM ET
Dodgers 7, A's 1 Box »
Dodgers' top prospect Yasiel Puig was 4-for-4 with a homer, two RBIs and fell a double shy of the cycle. Puig, who scored twice and stole a base, raised his average to .500 with the performance. Manager Don Mattingly has stated in the past that the 22-year-old Cuban will begin the year in the Minor Leagues despite his strong Spring Training performance.
Tim Federowicz (LAD No. 9): 0-for-4
Brewers 6, Angels 1 Box »
Wily Peralta (MIL No. 1) made his best start of the spring, allowing a run on six hits while fanning two over six innings. Peralta, who is expected to open the year in the Milwaukee rotation, had not made a Cactus League appearance since March 9, when he allowed three runs over 2 1/3 innings.
Logan Schafer (MIL No. 12): 0-for-3
Rockies 7, Royals 2 Box »
Rockies' No. 2 prospect Nolan Arenado snapped an 0-for-11 skid with a three-hit performance, scoring twice and driving in a run. The third baseman is batting .314 in 13 Cactus League contests.
Corey Dickerson (COL No. 16): 2-for-2, 2 2B, 2 RBI
Cubs 5, Rangers 4 Box »
Luis Sardinas (TEX No. 3): 1-for-2, R, E-6
Padres 6, D-backs 2 Box »
Jedd Gyorko (SD No. 1): 0-for-3
Reds 10, White Sox 6 Box »
Jesse Winker (CIN No. 11): 0-for-1
Mariners 6, Giants 3 Box »
Francisco Peguero (SF No. 6): 0-for-1
Cardinals 5, Marlins 4 Box »
Top Cardinals pitching prospect Shelby Miller had his longest and strongest outing of the spring as St. Louis edged host Miami, 5-4. Miller entered the game with a 7.04 ERA in his first three Grapefruit League appearances but bounced back Tuesday to hold the Marlins to one single while fanning three over four scoreless frames. The 22-year-old right-hander improved to 2-0 this spring. Fellow Cardinals righty Trevor Rosenthal contributed a perfect eighth inning, and outfielder Oscar Taveras singled, stole a base and scored in four at-bats.
Oscar Taveras (STL No. 1): 1-for-4, R, SB
Orioles 8, Red Sox 7 Box »
Baltimore Orioles pitching prospect Kevin Gausman relieved starter Brian Matusz in the sixth inning and chucked two scoreless frames in Baltimore's 8-7 win over the Boston Red Sox. The right-hander, ranked 37th on MLB.com's Top 100, struck out Mike Napoli and Jarrod Saltalamacchia to begin the outing, finishing with three punchouts and just one hit -- a ground-rule double by Will Middlebrooks. The outing helped the Orioles edge the Red Sox, who got a base hit each from prospects Jackie Bradley and Jose Iglesias.
Kevin Gausman (BAL No. 2): 2 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 3 K, 0 BB
Phillies 4, Yankees 1 Box »
Darin Ruf (PHI No. 16): 0-for-2, K
Rays 11, Tigers 5 Box »
Mikie Mahtook (TB No. 11): 0-for-1