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MLB Week-in-Review: Royals extend Salvador Perez, Jarrod Dyson out with oblique injury

Kansas City extended its catcher while spring injuries are already leaving clubs searching for answers.

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Kansas City extended its catcher while other clubs are already suffering from injuries. Here are this week's top headlines.

MLB Top Headlines:

MLB Draft Order set

With Ian Desmond off the board, it is official. Phillies get the first pick.

Red Sox sign David Murphy

Murphy returns to Boston after being traded in 2007.

Royals extend Salvador Perez

Perez received a five-year deal to remain in Kansas City.

Aroldis Chapman suspended

Chapman will be forced to sit out for 30 games as a result of a domestic violence incident.

Cardinals extend Kolten Wong

Wong received a five-year, $25.5 million deal from St Louis.

Yankees sign Chris Denorfia

The veteran will likely give the Yankees a right-handed option on the bench.

Brett Anderson will miss 3-5 months after back surgery

Los Angeles will open the season with four starters on the disabled list.

Padres sign Matt Thornton

The veteran lefty will compete for a spot on San Diego's roster.

Jarrod Dyson will be sidelined for six weeks

The Royals will be without Dyson, who is out with an oblique injury.

Carter Capps undergoes MRI, set to visit Dr. Andrews

Capps was in a position to compete for the Marlins' closing job.

Cameron Maybin out for four to six weeks

Maybin will be out with a fracture.

Brewers sign Franklin Morales

Morales could easily win a roster spot since the club lacks lefty depth.

Rockies sign Ryan Raburn

Raburn will be a right-handed pinch hitting option for the Rockies.