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1/7/2013 | Berkman lets Rangers take time with Profar, Olt
Lance Berkman officially joined the Rangers on Monday night. He is coming to Arlington to be primarily the Rangers designated hitter in a lineup that is expected to have Ian Kinsler at second base and Mitch Moreland at first base.

1/7/2013 | Alderson expects offseason to pick up pace
Sandy Alderson expects the Mets' offseason to pick up the pace, but the general manager said the club isn't close to any deal for a pitcher.

1/7/2013 | Orioles have contingencies at second base
The Orioles' biggest question mark the past three seasons has been at second base, and it's no secret why, as the club's longest-tenured active player in veteran Brian Roberts has been unable to stay on the field. Will 2013 be any different?

1/7/2013 | Inbox: Will Seattle seek southpaw for starting staff?
Are the Mariners focused on replacing Jason Vargas in the rotation with another lefty, and if so, who would that be? Greg Johns fields this and more in the Inbox.

1/7/2013 | Lefty Gonzalez welcomed to Crew bullpen
The Brewers formally announced their one-year pact with veteran reliever Mike Gonzalez on Monday, a move that could cap general manager Doug Melvin's bullpen makeover.

1/7/2013 | Quiet Cardinals are still an NL power
The Cardinals have been relatively quiet this offseason, and they've lost a few pieces from their 2011 World Series championship club, but they still figure to be a force in the National League this season.

1/7/2013 | Former first-rounder Johnson eyes revival with Bucs
Kris Johnson is too busy starring for Escogido in the Dominican Republic Winter League playoffs to make it to Pirate City for voluntary workouts, but the lefty will be there soon enough to try to pitch his way into the Bucs' plans.

1/7/2013 | Cervelli fine after whiplash playing in Venezuela
Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli suffered a whiplash injury on a foul tip while catching in the Venezuelan Winter League and traveled to Tampa, Fla., last week to be examined by the organization.

1/7/2013 | Veteran infielder Lopez signs with Yomiuri Giants
Former All-Star second baseman Jose Lopez, who spent seven seasons with Seattle before bouncing between Triple-A and the Majors the past two years, has signed a one-year deal with the Yomiuri Giants.

1/7/2013 | Niese doesn't need heart ablation surgery
Originally scheduled to undergo a heart ablation before Christmas to correct the arrhythmias he has experienced throughout his career, Jon Niese instead opted against surgery.

1/7/2013 | Rays make changes in scouting ranks
Tampa Bay has announced several staffing changes to its international operations, pro scouting and amateur scouting departments.

1/7/2013 | Top prospects taking part in Sox's Rookie Program
The Red Sox will get a good look at their future starting Monday, as 11 of the organization's top prospects are in town for the team's Rookie Program, which runs all week.

1/7/2013 | Blue Jays announce Minor League coaching staffs
The Blue Jays put the finishing touches on their Minor League coaching staffs for the 2013 season on Monday afternoon.

1/7/2013 | King Tiger award latest accolade for Cabrera
Though Justin Verlander made a bit of an argument, it would've been a shock if members of the Mayo Smith Society elected anyone other than Miguel Cabrera as their choice for the King Tiger award.

1/7/2013 | Amaro: Smaller-scale deals 'essential' for Phillies
The Phillies have four fresh faces headed to Clearwater, Fla., for Spring Training next month. They still hope to find a fifth.

1/7/2013 | Hanigan's emergence bolsters Reds behind plate
The 2012 season was one in which Reds catcher Ryan Hanigan emerged from the shadows to become more prominent than ever. It creates plenty of optimism for what he can do entering 2013.

1/7/2013 | Manto to work one-on-one with Viciedo, Flowers
Class will be in session for Dayan Viciedo and Tyler Flowers early next week, when White Sox hitting coach Jeff Manto makes a trip down the East Coast to Florida.

1/7/2013 | With Oliver likely gone, Cecil ready to step up
It has become increasingly likely that 19-year veteran Darren Oliver has played his last game for the Blue Jays, a scenario that would leave Toronto without its top left-handed, late-inning relief option.

1/7/2013 | Switching roles, Parmelee seeking consistency
The Twins are hoping Chris Parmelee can translate some of of his Triple-A success the Majors with the help of consistent at-bats, as he's expected to be the club's starting right fielder in 2013 after the club traded Denard Span and Ben Revere.

1/7/2013 | Biggio turns to Fighting Irish to take his mind off Hall
Instead of waiting for the phone to ring, Craig Biggio is having no trouble finding a good way to take his mind off Wednesday's Hall of Fame announcement. Biggio and his family are in Miami for Monday night's BCS Championship Game between Notre Dame and Alabama.

1/7/2013 | Padres have a quality arm in lefty Erlin
It goes without saying that the best trades benefit both teams. However, many times trades involving prospects for veteran players take several years to be evaluated fairly.

1/7/2013 | Beachy, Kimbrel spar before BCS title game
Brandon Beachy and Craig Kimbrel have not created one of those wagers that could lead to some clubhouse laughs. But the two Braves pitchers have traded some playful jabs leading up to Monday night's matchup between Notre Dame and Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game.

1/7/2013 | Cobb preparing to fight for job in starting rotation
Being able to tease about body fat and go through regular workouts this offseason has been a welcome respite for Alex Cobb, who had to proceed with caution following the 2011 season.

1/7/2013 | MLB Notebook: Shields made history with game scores
With five game scores of at least 91 in his career, James Shields is three short of matching Mike Mussina's career total and stands as the active leader.

1/7/2013 | The Week Ahead: Hall vote leads the conversation
A potentially memorable Hall of Fame vote is one of only a few things expected to occur in the first full week of the year 2013.

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