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1/3/2013 | Reds' pitchers, catchers report to camp Feb. 12
Reds fans itching for baseball to return to the forefront now have some dates to circle on their calendars. Pitchers and catchers are slated to report to camp in Goodyear, Ariz., on Feb. 12. The full squad is scheduled to be on site Feb. 15.

1/3/2013 | Opening Night to feature new AL West Texas rivalry
The Astros will begin the 2013 season at 7 p.m. CT on March 31 against the Rangers at Minute Maid Park -- two days earlier than previously scheduled -- to accommodate the game being televised nationally on ESPN's Opening Night telecast.

1/3/2013 | Reds investigating multiyear deals for Latos, Bailey
The Reds are starting to focus their attention toward signing their remaining arbitration-eligible players -- pitchers Homer Bailey, Mat Latos, Mike Leake, Logan Ondrusek and Alfredo Simon and outfielders Chris Heisey and Shin-Soo Choo -- before ever getting close to a hearing.

1/3/2013 | Deal official, Swisher unveiled by Tribe
On Thursday, the Indians announced that they have signed Nick Swisher to a four-year contract, completing a deal that was agreed upon shortly before Christmas.

1/3/2013 | Marlins should waste no time dealing Stanton
As the Marlins continue to rebuild their roster, they should maximize their return for Giancarlo Stanton by dealing him as soon as possible.

1/3/2013 | Mariners invite slugger Jacobs to Spring Training
First baseman Mike Jacobs, a seven-year Major League veteran who hit 32 home runs for the Marlins in 2008, has signed a Minor League contract with the Mariners with an invitation to Spring Training.

1/3/2013 | Padres schedule FanFest on Feb. 9 at Petco Park
The Padres announced on Thursday that FanFest presented by State Farm will return to Petco Park on Feb. 9.

1/3/2013 | Rangers add experienced righty Frasor to bullpen
The Rangers have singed reliever Jason Frasor, who has spent the bulk of his nine-year big league career with Toronto, to a one-year contract worth $1.5 million.

1/3/2013 | With Tejada comes infectious enthusiasm to KC
Miguel Tejada may love playing baseball more than anyone else on earth, and that'll be clear to the Kansas City Royals the first time he puts on the uniform.

1/3/2013 | Living legacy: Walker carries spirit of Clemente
In 1972, relief pitcher Tom Walker nearly joined Roberto Clemente on his fateful mercy mission. Today, Walker's son, Neil, is a living testament to the Pirates legend.

1/3/2013 | Mets should try to make a play to acquire Stanton
None of the people outside the peculiar environment of the Miami Marlins can even pretend to know precisely what it would take to pry Giancarlo Stanton from their roster. The Mets ought to look into that possibility.

1/3/2013 | No debating the fact that DH isn't going away
After four decades, the designated hitter isn't going anywhere. In fact, it's more likely the DH will be added to the NL in the future than removed from the AL.

1/3/2013 | Reds sign two righties and outfielder to Minors deals
The Reds have signed right-handers Jeff Marquez and Kevin Whelan and outfielder Derrick Robinson to Minor League contracts.

1/3/2013 | Stars injured in 2012 ready to hit comeback trail
There are plenty key players who missed most, if not all, of last season, who might be worth keeping an eye on in 2013. Victor Martinez, John Lackey, Logan Morrison, Scott Sizemore and Wilson Ramos were among the notable players mostly absent from play last summer, along with a string of closers including Mariano Rivera, Ryan Madson, Joakim Soria, Sergio Santos and Brian Wilson.

1/3/2013 | A's encouraged by Colon's winter ball stint
Though Bartolo Colon's winter ball stats equate to a small sample size, the A's are convinced that the veteran right-hander has maintained the form that helped him win 10 games for them last year.

1/2/2013 | Reds done with major moves this offseason
Having checked off all of their offseason needs in rapid fashion in late November and December, the Reds are poised to keep more additions to a minimum in the final weeks of the Hot Stove season.

1/2/2013 | O's camp to feature plenty of pitching battles
While Baltimore remains interested in bringing back free agent Joe Saunders and could potentially sign another reliever or two, there's plenty of competition already on the roster.

1/2/2013 | Guti's winter ball showing has Mariners excited
Franklin Gutierrez has wrapped up his Venezuelan Winter League season, and the Mariners will be thrilled if the center fielder can carry his success there over into Spring Training next month in Arizona.

1/2/2013 | Astros' roster likely in place for spring camp
With the start of Spring Training less than six weeks away, general manager Jeff Luhnow says the Astros aren't likely to add any additional key players before the team hits Kissimmee, Fla.

1/2/2013 | Padres confident in options for starting rotation
There's a chance the Padres won't add another starting pitcher before the start of Spring Training.

1/2/2013 | Post-holiday splash could be from within for Tigers
For the Tigers, January has been more like holiday shopping. But whether it'll be that kind of January for Detroit this time around remains to be seen.

1/2/2013 | Opportunity knocks as Tribe claims back Canzler
On Wednesday, the Indians claimed Russ Canzler off waivers from the Blue Jays, who plucked the first baseman off the wire when the Tribe removed him from its roster on Dec. 18.

1/2/2013 | Numbers mean more in MLB than other sports
Because baseball's rules have remained fundamentally unchanged for more than a century, the sports' greatest records are represented by iconic numbers.

1/2/2013 | Raines to coach in Blue Jays' farm system
Tim Raines, in his sixth year on the Hall of Fame ballot, will join the Blue Jays as a Minor League baserunning and outfield coach this season. An official announcement from Toronto is expected later this week.

1/2/2013 | Retooled rotation now Angels' biggest uncertainty
Heading into 2012, starting pitching was perceived to be the Angels' greatest strength. Now, it's the main concern for a club with championship aspirations.


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