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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Sean O'Sullivan
Brandon Beachy pitched three no-hit innings in his second start since having shoulder surgery in September and B.J. Upton doubled among his two hits for the Atlanta braves, who tied the Philadelphia Phillies 2-2 Wednesday.
With three days off early next month, the Kansas City Royals plan to start the season with a four-man rotation and keep an extra position player for the first 13 games.
There were 33 pitchers in Kansas City Royals uniforms at spring training Tuesday. The biggest name was the guy who wasn't here.
Alex Rodriguez has hit three home runs against the Kansas City Royals on Saturday night.
"Even with him everyone has to step up and do their part," O'Sullivan said. "If we go out as individuals and take care of our part, do our job, then we'll be fine. Zack is one of the top pitchers in baseball. Me personally I learned a lot from him. I sat down and talked to him to how to properly go over a lineup before you pitch and prepare yourself four days between your starts. I took advantage of the time I had with him."
O'Sullivan, who went 3-6 with a 6.11 ERA in 14 games with the Royals, said he learned from Greinke.