SURPRISE, Ariz. – Between three major league pitchers rehabbing in games and the arrival of Cuban outfielder Leonys Martin, the Rangers' extended spring training camp has been busy during the last week. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at the players' progress.
May 3, 2011
One of the reasons the Arizona Diamondbacks have disappointed in 2010 is the bevy of injuries that have plagued them - not just at the major league level, but also to some of their top prospects in the minors. We have the latest on Justin Upton, Brandon Webb, Daniel Hudson, Jarrod Parker, A.J. Pollock, and others.
September 29, 2010
Brandon Webb believes that he is finally healthy enough to face major league hitters, but the Arizona Diamondbacks have virtually no motivation to let him do so, as they would need to drop a player from their 40-man roster in order to accommodate the best right-handed pitcher in their franchise history.
September 27, 2010
Justin Upton has started only twice in the past 18 games, and it has coincided with arguably the Arizona Diamondbacks' worst stretch of the season. The team's struggles during his absence only underscores the need for Upton to be 100% healthy for the 2011 season and beyond.
September 21, 2010
Former Arizona Diamondbacks ace Brandon Webb faced batters for the first time in almost 17 months in a simulated game Saturday. He threw 52 pitches and felt good the next day, re-opening the possibility that he will in fact pitch competitively in 2010.
August 29, 2010