No one with the Washington Nationals cared about Stephen Strasburg’s line on Friday. They were just glad he was OK.Strasburg stayed on the mound after Prince Fielder’s liner went off his left hand, pitching six innings in a 4-3 loss to the Detroit Tigers.The 24-year-old right-hander was hit in the fleshy part of his hand, just below his glove. The play happened in the fourth inning. After shaking off the injury and being cleared by team trainers, he struck out two of the next three batters.Strasburg, making his sixth spring start, gave up three runs and seven hits. He struck out five and walked one.Meanwhile, the Nationals have signed left-handed reliever J.C. Romero to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.Briefly• Diamondbacks: Outfielder Adam Eaton will be out for up to two months because of a sprained left elbow. Eaton had an MRI that revealed a small tear in the fibers around the ulnar collateral ligament. Eaton is expected to be Arizona’s starting center fielder and leadoff hitter.• Astros: Bud Norris threw six scoreless innings in a 3-2 victory over St. Louis, nine days before Norris is scheduled to open the season against the Rangers, one fewer day than the ideal number that would allow for two five-day breaks. “He will throw again on the 26th [Tuesday] in a minor-league game,” Houston manager Bo Porter said. Rick Ankiel drove in the tiebreaking run with a pinch-hit sacrifice fly in the eighth inning. It came after Tyler Greene and Jose Altuve opened the inning with singles off Edward Mujica. ... Erik Bedard moved a step closer toward claiming the fourth spot in the Astros’ rotation by pitching four innings in a minor league game. ... Norris, Lucas Harrell and Philip Humber will start the first three games.• Giants: Former Texas star Brandon Belt had two homers among his four hits and four RBIs as San Francisco roughed up Colorado 11-6. Belt went 4 for 4 to raise his spring average to.439. He had a two-run double and a single to go with the pair of long balls.• Cubs: Darwin Barney and Dioner Navarro hit consecutive homers with two out in the ninth inning to help Chicago beat Milwaukee 4-1. Barney belted a two-run shot before Navarro connected against Michael Olmsted for the final run of the game.• Brewers: Starter Yovani Gallardo yielded an unearned run and four hits in 5 1-3 innings against the Cubs. He has one spring outing left before taking the mound for his fourth straight opening-day start.• Padres: San Diego right-hander Casey Kelly needs Tommy John surgery and will miss the upcoming season. Kelly is expected to miss 12 to 18 months while undergoing rehabilitation after the procedure.• Mets: As expected, lefty Johan Santana will start the season on the disabled list while he works to strengthen his pitching shoulder. Mets manager Terry Collins announced the plan Friday. The 33-year-old Santana hasn’t pitched in a spring training game this year• Rockies: Right-hander Jhoulys Chacin, who is slated to start for Colorado on Opening Day, was scratched from a split-squad start Friday against the Texas Rangers due to back spasms.• Tigers: Drew Smyly allowed one run and four hits in five innings for Detroit. He is competing with Rick Porcello for the fifth spot in the rotation.• Blue Jays: Toronto closer Casey Janssen opened in impressive fashion. Janssen struck out two during a perfect seventh inning in his spring debut as Toronto beat Boston 1-0. Janssen, who finished with 22 saves last season, had surgery in November to address lingering shoulder soreness.• Reds: The team said closer Aroldis Chapman will remain in that role. The Reds set their rotation on Friday and Chapman isn’t included. He came to camp with the possibility of becoming a starter, but will stay in the bullpen for the NL Central champions. Johnny Cueto will start on opening day at home against the Los Angeles Angels on April 1. He will be followed in the rotation by Mat Latos, Bronson Arroyo, Homer Bailey and Mike Leake.• Twins: Minnesota put left-hander Scott Diamond on the 15-day disabled list as he continues his recovery from arthroscopic surgery on his pitching elbow. Diamond is projected as one of the team’s top starters this season after going 12-9 with a 3.54 ERA last year. The Twins also announced right-hander Anthony Swarzak was put on the 15-day list as he recovers from rib fractures. Swarzak was hurt in January while wrestling with teammates at a fan festival.