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  • Flowers, Kottaras get key doubles as White Sox beat Indians (The Associated Press)

    Tyler Flowers and George Kottaras had key doubles in Chicago's three-run fourth inning, spoiling T.J. House's day after he was told he earned a spot in Cleveland's rotation as the White Sox beat the Indians 4-1 on Sunday. Flowers doubled to score Gordon Beckham and he later scored along with J.B. Schuck on a long double by Kottaras to give Chicago a 3-1 lead. The left-hander has had one bad inning spoil each of his last three starts, but pitched well enough to convince the Indians he belongs in the rotation. Here, (in spring) you want to see how a guy reacts.'' The Indians scored an unearned run off White Sox starter Scott Carroll in the first inning.

  • House, McAllister picked as starters for Indians (The Associated Press)

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) -- Zach McAllister and T.J. House earned the final two jobs in the Cleveland Indians' starting rotation.

  • LEADING OFF: Alex Rodriguez to play first base (The Associated Press)

    Alex Rodriguez will get his first start at first base for the Yankees against Houston. The soon-to-be 40-year-old is returning from a year-long suspension and will get most of his at-bats as a designated hitter, but he should see limited time at third and perhaps first. LOOSENING UP Indians outfielder Michael Brantley's tight back is feeling better. He might play against the Chicago White Sox after sitting several days.

  • Kazmir, Quintana both strong; A's beat White Sox 10-4 (The Associated Press)

    Left-handers Scott Kazmir of Oakland and Jose Quintana of Chicago tuned up for the regular season with strong starts on Saturday, and the Athletics beat the White Sox 10-4. Kazmir threw 81 pitches, pitching two-hit ball for 5 1-3 scoreless innings. Kazmir and Quintana each will get one more start before pitching in the second game of the regular season.

  • Brewers' Braun has 2 hits, 2 RBIs in 3-2 loss to Indians (The Associated Press)

    Ryan Braun extended his torrid stretch with two more hits and two RBIs for the Milwaukee Brewers in a 3-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Saturday. After an 0-for-12 start this spring, Braun has 10 hits in his last 19 at-bats (.526) and is hitting .323 in Cactus League play. He had both hits against Cleveland starter Zach McAllister, who struck out nine in five innings. ''Their guy was throwing really hard and (Braun) squares it up and the ball was really taking off,'' Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke said.