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    Orioles infield prospect Ryan Mountcastle worked primarily at first base during the team's first full-squad workout on Monday.

    Mountcastle said after the workout that the switch is "not permanent," although it's a distinct possibility that first base is the 22-year-old's long-term home. It would be the third position in three years for Mountcastle, who began his career as a shortstop before shifting to third base last season. Mountcastle hit .297/.341/.464 with 13 homers at Double-A Bowie last season and it's his bat that's going to carry him.
    Feb 18 - 4:57 PM

    Regarding the possibility of Yoan Moncada playing third base, White Sox manager Rick Renteria on Monday said, "don’t be surprised if you see him there Opening Day."

    General manager Rick Hahn mentioned the possibility of a position switch for Moncada earlier this offseason and it appears the change might be likely. Presumably, the team would just flip-flop Moncada and Yolmer Sanchez, who had been looking like the starter at third but who has also rated as a strong defender at second. Additionally, the timetable of second base prospect Nick Madrigal -- who was the No. 4 overall pick in last year's Draft -- could be sped up.
    Feb 18 - 4:18 PM

    Hunter Harvey (forearm) said he felt great after throwing a six-minute session of batting practice on Monday.

    The session was half as long as the other pitchers, but it was still a significant sign of progress for Harvey, who hadn't thrown to hitters since last June. The 2013 first-rounder has dealt with all sorts of injury issues in his career, including shoulder and forearm injuries last year. It's hard to count on him for this reason, but the Orioles are still hoping he can turn into something.
    Feb 18 - 3:50 PM

    Nate Karns (shoulder, elbow) threw two rounds of live batting practice Monday in Orioles' camp.

    Karns hadn't thrown to live hitters since spring training last year, so it was an important benchmark for him. He said he threw everything and felt good. Karns didn't pitch last season due to elbow and shoulder issues, but he could find a home in the Orioles' rotation this season.
    Feb 18 - 3:43 PM

    Ben Zobrist is not in Cubs' camp in order to attend to a personal matter.

    The timeline for him to join Cubs' camp is unknown. Zobrist, 37, batted .305/.378/.440 with nine homers over 139 games in 2018 and is going into the final year of his four-year, $56 million deal with the Cubs.
    Feb 18 - 3:31 PM
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