1/31/2013 | Improved Nats, Braves will again pace NL East
The Nationals and Braves were two of the top teams in all of baseball in 2012. And after a busy offseason for both, they'll be the class of the NL East again this season.
1/31/2013 | MLB Notebook: Price joins elite company with Cy win
In 2012, David Price joined a group eight Cy Young Award winners who led the league in wins and ERA but not in strikeouts since 1967.
1/30/2013 | MLB to expand investigation into Miami-area clinic
Major League Baseball, which had been investigating suspected links between an alleged steroids supplier, a Florida health clinic and several players, will expand its investigation based on reporting done by the Miami New Times, an industry source confirmed.
1/30/2013 | Zito receives Hutch Award for humanitarian efforts
Barry Zito's work away from the mound was honored Wednesday when he accepted the 48th Hutch Award for outstanding community service at the annual luncheon at Safeco Field.
1/30/2013 | Padres, Headley agree to $8.575M deal for '13
The San Diego Padres avoided arbitration with third baseman Chase Headley on Wednesday, agreeing to a one-year, $8.575 million deal with the 2012 Silver Slugger and Gold Glove winner.
1/30/2013 | Halos add veteran utility man Hall on Minors deal
Free-agent infielder Bill Hall has agreed to a Minor League deal with the Angels and will receive an invitation to the club's Major League Spring Training, an industry source confirmed Wednesday.
1/30/2013 | Mariners avoid arbitration with reliever Kelley
Right-handed reliever Shawn Kelley signed a one-year contract with the Mariners on Wednesday, avoiding an arbitration hearing and becoming the final player on the 40-man roster to come to terms for the upcoming season.
1/30/2013 | 'Sweet Lou' is a big hit in return to Seattle
Lou Piniella, who managed the Mariners from 1993-2002, returned to Seattle to serve at the keynote speaker at Wednesday's luncheon for the 48th Hutch Award, which was presented to Giants pitcher Barry Zito in recognition of his community service.
1/30/2013 | Cards ready to break ground at Ballpark Village site
Having sealed the necessary financing for the project, the Cardinals and real estate development company Cordish Companies began preliminary construction work on what is to be the future site of Ballpark Village. The Cardinals announced that a formal groundbreaking ceremony at the site will be held on Feb. 8 at 11 a.m. CT.
1/30/2013 | Beachy on track despite 'trying' rehab work
There has been a void in Brandon Beachy's life since he blew out his right elbow while pitching against the Orioles on June 16. With one painful pitch, Beachy went from being on top of the world to being just another of the countless pitchers who have been sentenced to endure the physically taxing and mentally grueling return from Tommy John surgery.
1/30/2013 | Alumni Association founder Hinton passes away at 78
Former big leaguer and Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association founder Chuck Hinton has passed away at 78. Hinton spent his 11 years in the big leagues with the Senators, Indians and Angels.
1/30/2013 | Schools to honor legacy of 'No. 42' Robinson
Red Sox representatives, joined by David Robinson, Jackie Robinson's son, will discuss the Hall of Famer's life with Boston youth.
1/30/2013 | Marcum ready to seize opportunity given by Mets
Shaun Marcum understands what awaits him in Flushing. After R.A. Dickey departed, Marcum came aboard, so he is the man who will need to replace Dickey. "I'm not going to be able to do it myself," Marcum said Wednesday, after the Mets officially announced his one-year deal worth a reported $4 million base.
1/30/2013 | Andy LaRoche signs Minors deal with Blue Jays
The Blue Jays signed corner infielder Andy LaRoche to a Minor League contract, with an invitation to the club's Major League Spring Training camp.
1/30/2013 | Kalish's shoulder surgery successful
The Red Sox announced Tuesday that Ryan Kalish's right-shoulder surgery was successful. The surgery was performed in L.A. earlier in the day.
1/30/2013 | Contract status has A-Rod's future cloudy
The immediate assumption is that we've likely seen the end of A-Rod, saddled as he is with hip issues and, now, another doping scandal from which he'll presumably never recover.
1/30/2013 | Cards-Yanks open ESPN's slate of spring telecasts
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1/30/2013 | On 70th birthday, Nats' Johnson focused on '13
Davey Johnson turned 70 Wednesday, but he has nothing special planned to mark this milestone. He prefers to focus on plans for the Nats' 2013 season, reportedly his final year as a manager.
1/30/2013 | No surprise, it's the usual suspects in PED report
It turns out that the topic of performance-enhancing drugs offers a vivid reminder of the classic movie "Casablanca."
1/30/2013 | Yankees interested in Hafner for vacant DH role
The Yankees have expressed interest in free-agent slugger Travis Hafner, as the club is looking toward the remaining late-winter options for its designated-hitter slot.
1/30/2013 | Competitive balance leaves no clear favorite
You know the thing about this baseball season that excites me the most? It's that there's chaos in the land. Go ahead and pick a World Series winner. Tigers? Nationals? Giants? If you asked a dozen baseball fans, you might get a dozen different answers. And that's a beautiful thing.
1/30/2013 | A big step in Cora's tenure as rookie GM
After 14 years in the big leagues, Alex Cora will guide Caguas Criollos in the Caribbean Series.
1/30/2013 | After car accident, Silverio eager for fresh start
Alfredo Silverio has come so far he doesn't want to go back. Considering all that the 25-year-old has gone through, it's understandable that he is eager for a fresh start.
1/30/2013 | Rays stock trucks with Spring Training necessities
Pitchers and catchers don't report to Spring Training until Feb. 12. Stocking the team is another matter. On Wednesday morning, the Rays' clubhouse staff loaded equipment and supplies onto trucks to send to the Charlotte Sports Complex for Spring Training.
1/30/2013 | Confident Nationals take notice of Upton trade
The Nationals are looking to win their second consecutive National League East title, and they realize it will not be easy. They noticed that the Braves improved themselves last week by acquiring outfielder Justin Upton in a trade that sent infielder/outfielder Martin Prado and prospects to the D-backs.
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