Arizona Diamondbacks
David PeraltaDay-To-DayMar 4
Comment: Peralta exited Wednesday's spring training game after being hit by a pitch in the sixth inning, Jack Magruder of Fox Sports Arizona reports.
Addison ReedDay-To-DayMar 1
Comment: Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale was a little bit more cautious about Reed's shoulder status than Reed's remarks on Sunday, the Arizona Republic reports. "The worst thing we can do is say you've only thrown two or three times now and we're going to open the season," Hale said. "If that's the case, then he may have to start on the DL. We're a long way away from that. We'll see how many outings it's going to take for him to feel comfortable and for us to feel comfortable with how he's throwing the b
Jeremy HellicksonDay-To-DayMar 1
Comment: Hellickson had to shut down a throwing session Saturday with cramping in his right side under his rib cage, the Arizona Republic reports.
Chris OwingsDay-to-DayMar 1
Comment: Owings was expected to miss the first 7-10 days of games due to a shoulder injury, but is progressing more quickly than expected, the Arizona Republic reports. "I don't have an exact (return) date," manager Chip Hale said, "but he's past where I thought he was."
Atlanta Braves
Mike MinorDay-To-DayMar 4
Comment: Minor has been scratched from his scheduled Grapefruit League outing Sunday with tightness in his left shoulder.
Wandy RodriguezDay-to-DayMar 2
Comment: Rodriguez (knee) will start the Braves' Grapefruit League opener Wednesday against the Mets, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Andrelton SimmonsDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Simmons seems to have recovered from his sore oblique but won't play in games until next week,'s Mark Bowman reports.
Cincinnati Reds
Joey VottoDay-To-DayMar 5
Comment: Votto (quadriceps) remains out of the lineup for Thursday, but he's not that far away from playing, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Sean MarshallDay-to-DayMar 2
Comment: Marshall (shoulder) has resumed throwing from flat ground after being shut down at the beginning of spring training.
Homer BaileyDay-to-DayMar 2
Comment: Bailey's (forearm) first mound throwing session Friday went well, as he first threw long-toss and then threw 20 pitches from a mound.
Joey VottoDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Votto (quadriceps) will not be in the lineup for Tuesday's Cactus League opener against the Indians, but he still is not expected to miss any significant time, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Colorado Rockies
Carlos GonzalezDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Gonzalez (knee) ran the bases Monday and could play in games sooner than originally expected,'s Thomas Harding reports.
Troy TulowitzkiDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Tulowitzki (hip) ran the bases Monday and could play in games sooner than originally expected,'s Thomas Harding reports.
Tyler ChatwoodDay-to-DayMar 1
Comment: Chatwood (elbow) has been placed on the 60-day DL.
Los Angeles Dodgers
Hyun-Jin RyuDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Ryu (back) threw a bullpen session Monday and will need another session and a simulated game before the club considers having him appear in a game, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports.
Joel PeraltaDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Peralta (shoulder) threw his first bullpen session this spring on Monday and will throw at least one more before he's cleared to appear in a game, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports.
Miami Marlins
Jose FernandezDay-to-DayMar 5
Comment: Fernandez (elbow) through off a mound Thursday for the second time this spring,'s Joe Frisaro reports.
Jose FernandezDay-to-DayMar 1
Comment: Fernandez threw off a mound without incident and said it felt "really, really normal," Juan Rodriguez of the Sun Sentinel reports.
Milwaukee Brewers
Jonathan LucroyDay-to-DayMar 3
Comment: Lucroy (hamstring) is expected to receive some at-bats in minor league spring games next week, Greg Matzek of WTMJ Milwaukee reports.
Jim HendersonDay-To-DayMar 1
Comment: Henderson (shoulder) threw his first live batting practice session this spring on Sunday, FOX Sports Wisconsin reports.
Jimmy NelsonDay-To-DayMar 1
Comment: Nelson threw his first bullpen session Sunday since the onset of hamstring tightness, and did not seem to have any issues, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
New York Mets
Lucas DudaDay-To-DayMar 4
Comment: Duda (intercostal muscle) took swings off a tee Wednesday for the first time in three weeks, Mike Vorkunov of the Star-Ledger reports.
Matt HarveyDay-to-DayMar 3
Comment: Harvey (elbow), who was originally rumored to make his first start of the season April 13 against the Phillies, now may start April 9 against the Nationals and then April 14 versus Philadelphia, the NY Post reports.
Lucas DudaDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Duda (intercostal muscle) could swing on Wednesday, Matt Ehalt of The Record reports.
Matt HarveyDay-to-DayMar 2
Comment: Harvey (elbow) faced swinging batters for the first time Monday in a 26-pitch session,'s Matt Ehalt reports.
Philadelphia Phillies
Chad BillingsleyDay-to-DayMar 4
Comment: Billingsley (elbow) is tentatively scheduled to pitch live batting practice early next week, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Aaron HarangDay-To-DayMar 3
Comment: Harang was scratched from his scheduled Grapefruit League start Wednesday with lower back pain, the Phillies' official site reports.
Chase UtleyDay-to-DayMar 3
Comment: Utley said his ankle has improved since he arrived at camp last month, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. "I'm making a little progress," Utley said. "Obviously, I wish it was a little quicker, but I'm trying to be smart about it. It seems like it's making some progressions every few days. As long as it continues to do that, I'd like to get out there as soon as possible."
Chase UtleyDay-to-DayMar 2
Comment: Utley (ankle) did not work out Monday and he will not play in games for "a while," according to general manager Ruben Amaro,'s Todd Zolecki reports.
Chase UtleyDay-To-DayMar 1
Comment: Utley (ankle) will not play in the Phillies' Grapefruit League opener Tuesday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Pittsburgh Pirates
Josh HarrisonDay-To-DayMar 5
Comment: Harrison's ankle injury isn't considered overly serious, as the third baseman "caught himself" before rolling it, Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Josh HarrisonDay-To-DayMar 4
Comment: Manager Clint Hurdle said he thought that Harrison "just rolled his ankle" Wednesday against the Blue Jays, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Brandon CumptonDay-To-DayMar 4
Comment: Cumpton will visit Dr. James Andrews at some point next week regarding an issue with his elbow, Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Josh HarrisonDay-To-DayMar 4
Comment: Harrison left Wednesday's spring training game with pain in his left ankle, Josh Harrison of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Corey HartDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Hart got three stitches Sunday after slicing his foot on a hot tub and will miss a few days, the Pittsburgh Tribune's Rob Biertempfel reports.
San Diego Padres
Casey KellyDay-To-DayMar 3
Comment: Kelly (groin) is ramping up is baseball activities and is hopeful to throw a side session this Friday, Corey Brock of reports.
Josh JohnsonDay-to-DayMar 3
Comment: Johnson is slated to throw to on flat ground next week and could throw a bullpen session within the next couple of weeks, The San Diego Union-Trubunereports.
San Francisco Giants
Brandon CrawfordDay-To-DayMar 4
Comment: Crawford won't play in the field until next week due to shoulder soreness, but the issue is not believed to be serious, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
St. Louis Cardinals
Jon JayDay-To-DayMar 5
Comment: Jay took batting practice Thursday for the first time since the start of training camp, reports.
Jaime GarciaDay-to-DayMar 4
Comment: Garcia (shoulder) will make his first start of the spring Saturday for the Cardinals, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Adam WainwrightDay-To-DayMar 2
Comment: Wainwright (abdomen) threw a bullpen session Monday, CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports.
Jon JayDay-To-DayMar 1
Comment: Jay is expected to miss the Cardinals' Grapefruit League opener Thursday due to a wrist injury that required an offseason scope, Jennifer Langosch of reports.
Washington Nationals
Jayson WerthDay-to-DayMar 4
Comment: Werth (shoulder) will be re-evaluated on Friday to determine whether he can ramp up his rehab, the Washington Post reports. "Once you hit eight weeks [post-surgery], you can start to evaluate. Can we start throwing? Can we start hitting?" Werth said on Tuesday. "Everybody is different. It's getting a lot better."