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Braves Organization Report

Bill Ballew -Premium Content

ORLANDO—Chances are the low Class A Rome outfield, not to mention the entire roster, will be formidable in 2006. Yet there's no question the loss of Jon Mark Owings to a broken jaw in spring training could limit the club's power potential early in the season. Owings' injury occurred when the right fielder collided with center fielder Ovandy Suero. Suero had a concussion but was not expected to miss more than a few days of spring training, while Owings was expected to miss four to eight weeks.

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Diamondbacks Organization Report

Jack Magruder -Premium Content

TUCSON—Luis Gonzalez got a long look at Justin Upton early in the Diamondbacks' spring training camp, when both spent several days in the same hitting group. Gonzalez' report sounded just like those of the scouts that have watched him for years: "I didn't hit balls that far when I was 18, and I still can't right now at 38," Gonzalez said. "As a veteran, you kind of blow it off when you hear about (a hyped young hitter). It's pretty eye-opening watching him swing the bat. The first thing you think of is, 'No way he's 18 years old.' "

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Indians Organization Report

Jim Ingraham -Premium Content

Jeremy Guthrie is considered by many to be the most disappointing first-round pick by the Indians in recent years. However, general manager Mark Shapiro says he does not yet consider Guthrie a disappointment. Shapiro still holds out hope that the former Stanford All-American righthander will one day be a contributing member of the Indians pitching staff.

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