Ryan Zimmerman looked smooth in his first game as the Nationals' new first baseman, making a couple of tough plays on throws in the dirt.
The San Francisco Giants suffered a big blow on Thursday in just the third game of their spring training schedule, as outfielder Hunter Pence got injured.
Anthony Rendon hit .287 in his first full major league season, and now, whether it be at second or third base, he's ready to contribute even more in 2015.
Max Scherzer's debut with the Nationals was fairly nondescript, but the right-hander emerged "happy" with his 2 innings of work against the Mets.
One of the Atlanta Braves' starting pitchers is off to see Dr. James Andrews for a second opinion on his shoulder.