1/9/2013 | Tejada, Sherrill among Royals' spring invitees
Among the Royals' 21 non-roster Spring Training invitees are a former American League Most Valuable Player Award winner, an All-Star reliever, a one-time top prospect of the Angels and a notorious thief on the basepaths.
1/9/2013 | Rehabbing Eaton hitting, nearing return to full strength
Sitting still is not easy for Adam Eaton. The D-backs outfielder usually takes about a week off following a season before he starts hitting the weights and swinging the bat. This offseason, though, has been different.
1/9/2013 | Clemens 'not surprised' he wasn't elected to Hall
Roger Clemens, named on 37.6 percent of 569 ballots, far short of the 75 percent he needed, expressed a mixture of disappointment and resignation that he was not elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
1/9/2013 | For starters, little relief when moving from bullpen
Despite plenty of examples to draw from in recent years, Reds skipper Dusty Baker won't exactly have a foolproof blueprint when it comes to managing Aroldis Chapman's highly anticipated move to the starting rotation this season.
1/8/2013 | Versatile Pacheco ready to step up for Rockies
The Rockies plan to return to the fence-busting, Coors Field-dominating ways of old, but Jordan Pacheco stands as a reminder that there is value in being portable.
1/8/2013 | Morse makes for intriguing Nats trade chip
The Nationals' signing of first baseman Adam LaRoche opened the door for the club to trade Michael Morse, who was slated to move to first after the acquisition of Denard Span bumped him from the outfield mix.
1/8/2013 | Inbox: How will A's dole out outfield playing time?
Will Coco Crisp and Chris Young both see enough time? Will the A's make more moves? Any spring surprises? Jane Lee answers these and more in the Inbox.
1/8/2013 | Nats host Yankees in March 29 exhibition
The Nationals will host the Yankees in an exhibition game at Nationals Park on March 29 at 2:05 p.m. ET in a contest that will benefit the Nationals Dream Foundation.
1/8/2013 | Reds Caravan to cover 15 stops, 2,800-plus miles
One of the final milepost markers of the offseason is about to be crossed with the arrival of the 2013 Reds Caravan.
1/8/2013 | Liriano's two-year deal with Bucs in limbo after injury
The Pirates' agreement with left-hander Francisco Liriano, struck three weeks ago, appears to be off due to an injury suffered by the pitcher to his non-throwing right arm.
1/8/2013 | Nationals in no hurry to trade away Morse
Although the Nationals re-signed first baseman Adam LaRoche to a two-year, $24 million deal on Tuesday, general manager Mike Rizzo is not in a rush to trade Michael Morse.
1/8/2013 | Blue Jays happy Dickey's long road led to Toronto
After mastering the knuckleball, R.A. Dickey's numbers have improved for three consecutive seasons and that's ultimately what prompted Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos to pull the trigger on a blockbuster trade in December.
1/8/2013 | Texas could reward Harrison with multiyear deal
Rangers Pitcher of the Year is just the first reward that Matt Harrison may receive this offseason. A multi-year contract might also be in the works.
1/8/2013 | Dual Hall call would be fitting for Killer B's tandem
This year sets up for Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell to possibly reach the Hall of Fame and be inducted together July 28 in Cooperstown, N.Y. It would only seem appropriate that Bagwell and Biggio get inducted together when you consider their history, though there is some sentiment for allowing each man to have his own day in the sun.
1/8/2013 | O's, Showalter still working to hammer out extension
While there is every expectation that a deal will get done to extend Orioles manager Buck Showalter's contract, the process is coming along slowly and there's no exact timetable on when a formal announcement will be made.
1/8/2013 | Yankees to play exhibition game vs. Nats in March
The Yankees will play a March 29 exhibition game against the Nationals at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.
1/8/2013 | Q&A: Prospect Cole set to build on success of '12
Pirates right-hander Gerrit Cole, the top overall pick in the 2011 Draft, has yet to make a splash in quite the way that his predecessors have, but he may be on his way.
1/8/2013 | Grant has College HOF closer to goal of new home
The National College Baseball Hall of Fame has received a sizable grant, bringing its fundraising efforts over the halfway mark in hopes of constructing a new, permanent home in Lubbock, Texas.
1/8/2013 | Nationals re-sign LaRoche to two-year contract
The Nationals re-signed first baseman Adam LaRoche to a two-year, $24 million deal with a mutual option for a third season Tuesday.
1/8/2013 | Kazmir among three to sign Minor League deals
Cleveland officially announced Tuesday that it has signed starter Scott Kazmir, reliever Jerry Gil and lefty Edward Paredes to Minor League contracts. All three have also been extended invitations to attend big league camp this spring in Goodyear, Ariz.
1/8/2013 | Braun to play for US in World Baseball Classic
National League Most Valuable Player Award runner-up Ryan Braun has committed to play for the U.S. squad in the World Baseball Classic, the Brewers outfielder told a radio audience on Monday night.
1/8/2013 | A-Rod still on track for January hip surgery
Alex Rodriguez is scheduled to have his left hip surgically repaired on Jan. 16, and the Yankees are hopeful that he will be able to return to the big leagues around the All-Star break.
1/8/2013 | Rangers haven't ruled out adding Bourn, Lohse
New Rangers designated hitter Lance Berkman is a former teammate of both free-agent outfielder Michael Bourn and pitcher Kyle Lohse. Apparently those two names came up when Berkman had lunch with Rangers officials on Monday.
1/7/2013 | Affeldt goes extra mile to help less fortunate
Jeremy Affeldt has donated time and effort for years toward ending human trafficking and slavery. Recently, Affeldt gave something else to the cause: his presence.
1/7/2013 | Giants' World Series trophy tour begins Tuesday
The Giants' World Series trophy will begin its much-anticipated, three-month public tour Tuesday with an appearance in Sacramento.
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