Former Cubs infielder Tommy La Stella might get a chance to play first base for the San Francisco Giants. He’s listed at 5-foot-11, but Giants manager Gabe Kapler said they’re considering it because of Brandon Belt’s absence. “Nothing in concrete,” Kapler said. Longtime first basemen John Kruk and Steve Garvey were listed at 5-10 during their careers. … The Texas Rangers named a field at their spring training complex in Surprise, Ariz., after country singer Charley Pride, who died in December from COVID-19 complications. Pride pitched in the Negro Leagues in the 1950s and bought a share of the Rangers in 2010. … Former White Sox broadcaster Chris Singleton, now with ESPN, will fill in for Milwaukee Brewers analyst Bill Schroder on about 20 televised games in 2021. … Arizona Diamondbacks CEO Derrick Hall told The Athletic they would try to keep the Chase Field roof open as long as possible this year because of COVID-19 concerns. “Where we’re able to push the envelope, we’re going to go,” he said. Traditionally the roof is closed for air-conditioning when temperatures reach into the 90s. … Rangers slugger Khris Davis, acquired from the Oakland Athletics in the Elvis Andrus trade, started out the Cactus League 1-for-18 with seven strikeouts.