A grand jury has declined to indict the teenage son of Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter in a sexual assault case.Darius McClinton-Hunter was arrested in May with four others in Prosper, north of Dallas, and accused of sexual assault. A Collin County grand jury indicated Wednesday there wasn't enough evidence to prosecute him.McClinton-Hunter has denied the allegations. His attorney, Todd Shapiro, said Wednesday that the 18-year-old was “elated.”McClinton-Hunter played football at Prosper High School and was reportedly being recruited by several colleges before his arrest. Shapiro said he was sent to an alternative school in the fall and held out of football games. Colleges that were considering making him an offer held back due to the allegations, Shapiro said.Briefly• Astros: Outfield prospect George Springer hit a three-run homer off Jeremy Jeffress in the fourth inning and a two-run drive against Claudio Vargas in the fifth, helping Houston beat Toronto. Houston, 29th among the 30 teams in batting average last year, had 18 hits, including two each by Springer, J.D. Martinez, Matt Dominguez and Carlos Corporan. Toronto starter Brad Lincoln was chased two outs into his spring training debut.• Phillies: New Phillies center fielder Ben Revere got off to a fast start against his former team with two hits and a steal in Philadelphia's 12-5 loss to Minnesota. Revere also scored twice. The Twins traded him to the Phillies for pitcher Vance Worley and pitching prospect Alex Meyer during the offseason.• Rays: Luke Scott hit an RBI double and a single and Tampa Bay beat A.J. Burnett and a sloppy Pittsburgh team 8-2. Jose Molina also had two of the Rays' 12 hits. • Braves: A former Georgia state trooper has been charged with vehicular homicide in a crash that killed the wife of an Atlanta Braves trainer. Fulton County District Attorney's Spokeswoman Yvette Jones said Donald Crozier was indicted Tuesday in the death of 54-year-old Kathy Porter. Porter, her husband, Jeff, their son and a family friend were en route to the Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta on Dec. 31, 2011, when authorities say Crozier crashed into the SUV the Porters were in. State patrol officials say Crozier was trying to assist another officer and was driving with his sirens and lights on.• Cubs: The Cubs have decided to make some changes to who leads fans in singing Take Me Out to The Ball Game during the seventh-inning stretch at Wrigley Field. The team wants to hand the microphone over to people like former Cubs players and various Chicago celebrities . ... SS Starlin Castro left in the bottom of the fourth inning Wednesday with what the team said was left hamstring tightness. • Mets: Top pitching prospect Zack Wheeler was scratched from his start against St. Louis because of a mild oblique strain. General manager Sandy Alderson said the hard-throwing right-hander was injured swinging a bat in the cage. The 22-year-old Wheeler said he doesn't believe it's anything serious.• Yankees: With much of their power gone or sidelined, the Yankees are hoping Brett Gardner will spark their offense. Gardner hit a three-run triple off T.J. McFarland in a four-run second inning during a 10-7 loss to an Orioles' split squad. Gardner missed most of last season because of a strained right elbow that required surgery. ... Starter Phil Hughes (bulging disk) says he is pain-free after nine days off, the team has not ruled out the possibility that he might not be ready for Opening Day.• Brewers: Left-hander Chris Narveson made his first appearance in nearly a year, throwing 30 pitches in Milwaukee’s 3-2 loss to Kansas City. He last pitched on April 15 before needing season-ending surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff.• Red Sox: Slugger David Ortiz has left the team for a few days to return to the Dominican Republic for a personal matter. ... 3B Will Middlebrooks left a game against Baltimore in the first inning because of a sore right wrist.• Diamondbacks: Arizona's Brandon McCarthy methodically struck out four in two innings in his first game since a horrific head injury in Arizona’s 14-6 loss to Cincinnati. McCarthy, signed by the Diamondbacks as a free agent, gave up one run on three hits. He had not taken the mound in a game since Sept. 5 when he was struck in the head by a line drive. McCarthy sustained an epidural hemorrhage, brain contusion and skull fracture.