Not much action today because some big names (Marte, Kang, Espinal, Pablo Reyes) saw their games rained out on Wednesday.
In the Dominican on Wednesday, Edgar Santana made his third appearance of the winter and allowed one unearned run in his one inning of work. He gave up a single and a walk, while picking up a strikeout. Santana allowed three earned runs over one inning of work in his first two outings combined. He had not pitched since October 24th.
Anderson Feliz went 1-for-4, driving in two runs and scoring a run. He stole his second base and committed his third error. Feliz is hitting .286/.375/.500 through 17 games. He is a minor league free agent at this time.
In Venezuela, Elvis Escobar was used as a defensive replacement in left field for the final two innings. He did no...
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