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3/2/2013 | Cues from past move baseball's PED talks forward
Major League Baseball learned its lesson the hard way. A work stoppage that wiped out the 1994 World Series and chunks of the '94 and '95 regular seasons provided the game a wake-up call. Eighteen years later, it hasn't been forgotten by management and players.

3/2/2013 | Guerra joins Team Mexico for Classic
RIght-handed reliever Javy Guerra is a late addition to the roster for Team Mexico in the 2013 World Baseball Classic after a bullpen shuffle between Mexico and the United States due to injury.

3/2/2013 | Perez added to Team Dominican Republic
Nationals outfielder Eury Perez is taking the place of Melky Mesa on the Dominican Republic's World Baseball Classic team. The announcement came shortly after Perez and the Nationals wrapped up a 6-2 win against the Cardinals in Jupiter, Fla., on Saturday.

3/2/2013 | Backstop boys: Posey meets with legendary Yogi
In order to get better at something, you've got to surround yourself with the experts. Buster Posey certainly adhered to that concept this offseason -- the Giants catcher made a visit with his family to the Yogi Berra Museum in New Jersey.

3/2/2013 | Mattingly hints at roles for Ryu, Puig
Spring Training is still in the early stages, but manager Don Mattingly is already evaluating which players on his roster might make the Opening Day roster.

3/2/2013 | Jansen works on pitching subtleties in Minors camp
Instead of appearing in Saturday's game as scheduled, reliever Kenley Jansen pitched an inning against Team Italy in order to work on things such as holding runners on base.

3/2/2013 | Jones back in camp following birth of daughter
A tired but jubilant Nate Jones returned to White Sox camp at Camelback Ranch on Saturday following the birth of his first child, Lilly Mae.

3/2/2013 | Velocity not on Danks' mind in early outings
White Sox left-hander John Danks won't be looking at the radar gun when he makes his Cactus League debut on Monday against the Giants.

3/2/2013 | Durability, change part of Quintana's regimen
Following his 2012 breakout season, White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana spent the offseason working on his durability and a changeup.

3/2/2013 | Mets address Johan's setback, readiness
Heading into Spring Training, both the Mets and left-hander Johan Santana expected the two-time Cy Young Award winner to be ready to pitch. But when the 33-year-old threw two bullpen sessions early in camp and coaches noticed a lack of velocity in the second one, they shut him down from mound activity.

3/2/2013 | Heathcott, Logan dealing with minor injuries
The Yankees had two injuries to report after Saturday's 10-3 victory over the Tigers. Outfielder Slade Heathcott has been diagnosed with a sprained right thumb, and left-hander Boone Logan has been shut down with tenderness in his pitching elbow.

3/2/2013 | Chacin struggles in last outing before Classic
After a scoreless and efficient two innings in his first Spring Training outing, Jhoulys Chacin suffered a bit of a setback in his second outing -- and his final appearance before leaving to represent Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic for up to 17 days.

3/2/2013 | Black taking time assigning role to Stauffer
For Bud Black to decide whether Tim Stauffer will start, he first needs to have an idea how Stauffer's health will hold up in 2013.

3/2/2013 | Plantier impressed with hitting thus far
Phil Plantier appears impressed by what his hitters have shown him thus far in the spring, and he says Jedd Gyorko is among the young hitters in camp who have stood out.

3/2/2013 | Johnson glad to start camp completely healthy
Josh Johnson is taking some pleasure in the fact that he can finally settle into a normal Spring Training routine. Last year, Johnson's early work was focused on rehabbing from a right shoulder injury he suffered the previous season.

3/2/2013 | Top prospect Miller shines in debut
Shelby Miller may have the been the Cardinals' last rotation candidate to debut this spring, but his outing against the Nationals on Saturday served as a reminder that he shouldn't be overlooked.

3/2/2013 | Green drives in two in Brewers' walk-off win
Caleb Gindl's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the Brewers a 4-3 win over the Angels at Maryvale Baseball Park on Saturday. Taylor Green contributed a two-run double in the bottom of the second.

3/2/2013 | Selig seeking tougher penalties for PED use
While he is proud of the progress his sport has made toward eliminating the use of performance-enhancing drugs, baseball Commissioner Bud Selig said there is more that needs to be done.

3/2/2013 | Aramis joins Braun on injury list after jammed knee
Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez paid a price for his first Spring Training hit, legging out a double and then exiting Saturday's game against the Angels with a strained left knee.

3/2/2013 | Mauer, Morneau, Perkins among Classic-bound Twins
Joe Mauer, Justin Morneau and Glen Perkins all played in their final game with the Twins on Saturday before departing for Arizona for the World Baseball Classic.

3/2/2013 | At full health, the Phillies will make NL East competitive
There was a case to be made for blowing the whole thing up. The Phillies began selling off veteran pieces for prospects last summer, and it wouldn't have been unreasonable to finish the job.

3/2/2013 | Rendon, Marrero go deep against Cardinals
Anthony Rendon and Chris Marrero each homered and knocked in two runs as the Nationals defeated the Cardinals, 6-2, in Grapefruit League action on Saturday in Jupiter, Fla.

3/2/2013 | Dipoto responds to Trout's agent on renewal
The Angels gave superstar outfielder Mike Trout a $510,000 contract for next season, representing a $20,000 jump from the Major League minimum, and his agent is not happy.

3/2/2013 | First outing typical for veteran Arroyo
Reds right-hander Bronson Arroyo made his spring debut Saturday and gave manager Dusty Baker exactly what he expected -- a solid outing.

3/2/2013 | Burriss excited about opportunity with Reds
With Brandon Phillips leaving Reds camp to play in the World Baseball Classic, infielder Emmanuel Burriss is ready to take advantage of the opportunity to land a roster spot.

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