>>Holliday Helps Cards Top Astros
(Kissimmee, FL) -- Matt Holliday's two-run triple highlighted a three-run first inning as the Cardinals beat the Astros 6-1 in Kissimmee. Starter Kyle Lohse [[ Loash ]] threw five innings of three-hit, one-run ball to get the win. The Cardinals are back in Jupiter this afternoon to host the New York Mets.
>>Cubs Tie, Lose On Tuesday
(Undated) -- The Chicago Cubs played a pair of spring training games on Tuesday afternoon. They lost to the Texas Rangers, 6-2, at HoHoKam Park and played to a 5-5 tie in 10 innings against the Oakland A's at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. The Northsiders are off today. They continue Cactus League action tomorrow afternoon against the Rangers at Surprise Stadium.
>>White Sox Continue Cactus League Play
(Peoria, AZ) -- The Chicago White Sox continue Cactus League play this afternoon against the Seattle Mariners at the Peoria Sports Complex. The Southsiders were off on Tuesday. They had a two-game spring winning streak snapped with a 1-0 loss versus Cincinnati on Monday.
>>Cardinals' Berkman Calls Out Selig
(Kissimmee, FL) -- Cardinals first baseman Lance Berkman is calling out commissioner Bud Selig. The former Houston star told CBSSports.com that Selig basically extorted new Astros owner Jim Crane into switching leagues starting in 2013 by holding up the sale of the team last year.
>>Cards Trim Roster
(Kissimmee, FL) -- The Cardinals have trimmed their spring training roster. They optioned pitchers Chuckie Fick, Sam Freeman and Adam Ottavino to Triple-A Memphis, and re-assigned pitchers Trevor Rosenthal and R.J. Swindle, infielder Ryan Jackson and catcher Steven Hill to minor league camp.