Alex Liddi: Italian third baseman Alex Liddi made his first Spring Training homerun for the Seattle Mariners count, as he hit a grand slam in a 9-4 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. He is now 3-for-9 in six games. He had replaced Chone Figgins at the hot corner on Wednesday.
Roger Bernadina: Outfielder Roger Bernadina of the Washington Nationals is 6-for-19 with a homerun, three runs and five RBI in eight games so far. His main rivals for playing time in left field for the Nats Rick Ankiel (.188/.235/.625) and Mike Morse (.435/.462/.913) also already have made an impression, showing off their power.
Rick van den Hurk: In his second relief appearance this spring Dutch right-hander Rick van den Hurk of the Baltimore Orioles had some troubles with his command on Sunday, walking four batters in three innings, allowing one run on two hits, while striking out two.
Gregory Halman: Dutch outfielder Gregory Halman is hitting 4-for-12 with a homerun, a run and three RBI in nine games. He was mostly used as a defensive replacement so far.
Jair Jurrjens: Right-hander Jair Jurrjens of the Atlanta Braves got clubbed by the New York Yankees and is now 0-1 with an ERA of 6.00 in three starts this spring. He has allowed eleven hits, six runs and two walks in nine innings.
Andruw Jones: Speaking of the Bronx Bombers. Outfielder Andruw Jones, who is going to have a backup role with the Yankees, hit his first homerun in the Grapefruit League this year. He is 4-for-19 with two runs and four RBI overall in seven games.
Mike Nickeas: British national team catcher Mike Nickeas gets his share of opportunities for the New York Mets this spring. He is 2-for-13 with a run and a RBI in six games so far.
Kai Gronauer: German catcher Kai Gronauer logged his second appearance for the New York Mets this spring as a defensive replacement on Tuesday. However he couldn’t get a hit in his lone at-bat.