11/14/2012 | Tarasco to coach first for Nats; rest of staff returns
The Nationals have hired Tony Tarasco as their first-base and outfield coach and shifted Trent Jewett from first-base coach to third-base coach, the team announced on Wednesday. The rest of the coaching staff -- bench coach Randy Knorr, hitting coach Rick Eckstein, pitching coach Steve McCatty and bullpen coach Jim Lett -- will return for another season.
11/14/2012 | HOF announces memorabilia for Giants exhibit
The Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum's Autumn Glory exhibit, which honors World Series champions, opens Friday with numerous artifacts from the Giants' road to their 2012 World Series title.
11/14/2012 | Crew proactive with injury prevention at symposium
Brewers medical director Roger Caplinger will gather the organization's doctors and athletic trainers beginning Friday for the team's annual medical symposium, a three-day discussion to focus as much or more on preventing injuries as on treating them.
11/14/2012 | Kershaw finishes second in NL Cy Young race
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, winner of last year's National League Cy Young Award, finished second in the voting announced on Wednesday by the Baseball Writers' Association of America for this year's award behind winner R.A. Dickey of the Mets.
11/14/2012 | Sarah's Take: Dodgers will do what it takes to win
It is hard for me to change completely within less than a year, but I am delighted to see the Dodgers have owners committed to establishing a perennial winning franchise.
11/14/2012 | Rangers to play in San Antonio in next spring
The Rangers are going to play at least one and possibly two exhibition games in San Antonio next spring. A press conference is scheduled for Friday to announce which team will play the Rangers at the Alamodome during the middle of Spring Training.
11/14/2012 | Gee helps out Sandy victims, deflects trade talk
Mets right-hander Dillon Gee and reliever Bobby Parnell helped collect food donations at Citi Field to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims on Wednesday. Gee is doing his best to ignore talk of the Mets potentially trading him.
11/14/2012 | Humble Melvin shares credit for top-skipper honor
A humble Bob Melvin talked about winning the American League Manager of the Year Award and the A's upcoming season at Oakland Coliseum on Wednesday.
11/14/2012 | Cain working to prevent injuries, reclaim job
One thing that Lorenzo Cain knows for sure is that he doesn't want 2013 to be a repeat of 2012. Three leg injuries in one season have Cain concentrating on preparing his body to avoid similar shutdowns next year.
11/14/2012 | Storybook year ends in NL Cy Young for Dickey
The Baseball Writers' Association of America on Wednesday named R.A. Dickey the 2012 NL Cy Young winner, making him the first knuckleballer to win the award.
11/14/2012 | Marlins' roster overhaul is no big surprise
The Marlins' insistence on no-trade clauses and back-loaded contracts last offseason were a sign that they were preparing for an exit strategy if things went wrong.
11/14/2012 | Hunter moves to Tigers with two-year deal
Torii Hunter's tenure with the Angels is over after the free-agent outfielder agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday.
11/14/2012 | Baker gives Cubs good start in filling out rotation
The Cubs decided right-hander Scott Baker was worth gambling on even though he missed all of 2012 after having Tommy John surgery.
11/14/2012 | Overhaul impacts Marlins at numerous positions
On Nov. 11, 2011, the Marlins officially rebranded themselves as the Miami Marlins. At a gala ceremony that night, they unveiled new uniforms and a new logo. A little over a year later, the franchise is undergoing a different kind of makeover. A major roster revision is under way.
11/14/2012 | Despite Toronto ties, Cox has no plans to return
Bobby Cox has always savored the friendships and experiences he gathered while serving as the Blue Jays' manager during the early 1980s. But he is not interested in ending his retirement to fill Toronto's managerial vacancy.
11/14/2012 | From stats to attitude, McCutchen has MVP makeup
No NL player had a greater impact on his team than Andrew McCutchen had on the Pirates, and if that isn't one of the best definitions of a Most Valuable Player, it's at least in the conversation.
11/14/2012 | Marlins are not planning to deal Stanton
As the Marlins and Blue Jays work to finalize their blockbuster deal, one star Miami has no plans to move is Giancarlo Stanton, who will not be eligible for free agency until after the 2016 season.
11/14/2012 | Trout's all-around game makes him MVP
If you believe that the American League Most Valuable Player Award, as voted on by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, should go to the best player, you needn't think long or hard. That player is Mike Trout.
11/14/2012 | Hunter headed to Detroit, pending physical
With an agreement for a two-year contract worth $26 million for outfielder Torii Hunter, Detroit filled what arguably was its biggest need with the first major free-agent signing of the offseason.
11/14/2012 | Weaver finishes third for AL Cy Young
Angels ace Jered Weaver has long been considered a Cy Young-caliber starter. But he still hasn't won the actual hardware.
11/14/2012 | Chinese Taipei favorites in Classic qualifier
Chinese Taipei is looking to qualify for a spot in its third straight World Baseball Classic in a group that includes New Zealand, the Philippines and a Thailand squad featuring Johnny Damon.
11/14/2012 | Can't blame Marlins for making blockbuster trade
OK, slow down. Cool it on the outrage. What exactly are the Marlins blowing up? Weren't they a last-place team? Besides, this trade might look a lot different a year or two from now. From a baseball standpoint, it's perfectly defensible.
11/14/2012 | Chinese Taipei, New Zealand meet in qualifier
Asian baseball leader Chinese Taipei is fielding its team with stars from the local professional league to compete against first-timer New Zealand, boosted by Minor Leaguers, in the World Baseball Classic qualifying round. The two teams will play against each other on Thursday at 5:30 a.m. ET (6:30 p.m. local time) in Xinzhuang Stadium in New Taipei City, Taiwan.
11/14/2012 | Rangers honor 'Faces of Freedom' with trip to DC
As part of the Faces of Freedom Program, the Rangers arranged to send 14 veterans and their guests on a two-day trip to Washington, D.C., to tour the famous monuments and meet with U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions.
11/14/2012 | Blue Jays' managerial spot even more enticing
The Blue Jays' search for a new manager is still ongoing but it one fell swoop the position suddenly became a lot more enticing for potential candidates. Toronto will no longer find itself having to entice a manager to sign on the dotted line. Instead, it will be the organization that has to be wooed into making the commitment.
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