Red Sox manager John Farrell continues to assert that Victorino, if healthy, is the starting right fielder, the Boston Globe reports. Victorino played a third consecutive game Monday night, the first time he's done that all spring.
Ross has mowed down all nine hitters he's faced in his last three appearances, putting him back in the competition for one of the final spots in the bullpen, the Providence Journal reports. His scoreless inning Friday against the Braves featured punchouts of Nick Markakis and Freddie Freeman.
Barnes entered Saturday's game against the Rays in the middle of an inning and produced a groundout to strand inherited runners. His final line was 2.1 scoreless innings while ceding a hit and striking out four.