Heisey, Dunn hit HRs, Reds beat Danks, White Sox

Published on NewsOK Modified: March 19, 2013 at 8:52 pm •  Published: March 19, 2013
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Danks said he feels fine.

"I have to make better pitches than that," Danks said. "I physically feel OK. I know there are going to be good days and bad. I felt good enough to throw today. I felt like when I made a good pitch it would get hit and when I made a bad pitch it would definitely get hit."

NOTES: The Reds reassigned 22-year-old OF Billy Hamilton to the minor league camp. The switch-hitter set a minor league record with 155 stolen bases last season while playing in Double-A and Single-A. He played in 12 games with the Reds this spring, batting .174 with three steals. "He needs to go play," Baker said. "He hasn't been switch-hitting that long. He has some ways to go. Let's not rush him. Let him develop." ... Ryan Freel's father, who lives in Tucson, had a conversation with Baker after the game. Freel, a former Reds player, committed suicide in December. ... Reds OF Shin-Soo Choo missed his fourth game with back spasms. Derrick Robinson played in place of Choo and got three hits, raising his spring average to .350...The White Sox optioned RHP Deunte Heath and IF Brent Morel to Triple-A Charlotte. Chicago reassigned LHP Daniel Moskos, IF Carlos Sanchez and RHP Zach Stewart to minor league camp. ... White Sox C Tyler Flowers played his first game since missing two games with pain in his lower back. ... The White Sox are planning to play Dunn in left field against Arizona on Wednesday.

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