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1/23/2013 | Mo's greatness celebrated at charity event
Former Yankees David Cone and John Flaherty, and current Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild reflected on the storied career of Mariano Rivera during a "Fans 4 the Cure" charity event Tuesday.

1/23/2013 | Prospect Watch: Top 10 catchers
Travis d'Arnaud of the Mets and Mike Zunino of the Mariners are the top two on's list of Top 10 catching prospects. Gary Sanchez of the Yankees and Austin Hedges of the Padres are among the best of the long-term prospects.

1/23/2013 | Wish granted: Reds to host 2015 All-Star Game
Amid a large crowd of Reds owners, players, management, fans and local corporate and civic leaders, Cincinnati heard the words Wednesday it has long hoped would come from the mouth of Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig. The Reds will get to serve as hosts of the 2015 All-Star Game.

1/23/2013 | Petrick shows perseverance in battle vs. Parkinson's
Ben Petrick, the onetime Major League catcher whose bright future in baseball was erased by Parkinson's disease, survived treatment that almost killed him to become a vocal advocate for research and an author.

1/23/2013 | Healthy Joba eyeing bounceback season
After an injury-plagued 2012 saw him make just 22 appearances, Joba Chamberlain feels healthy and is ready to bounce back in 2013.

1/23/2013 | Yogi honored as players go to B.A.T. for their own
Yankee legend Yogi Berra's legacy was celebrated at the Baseball Assistance Team's 24th annual Going to Bat for B.A.T. Fundraising Dinner, where more than 100 players, including nine Hall of Famers, were in attendance on Tuesday night.

1/23/2013 | Healthy Joba eyeing bounceback season
After an injury-plagued 2012 saw him make just 22 appearances, Joba Chamberlain feels healthy and is ready to bounce back in 2013.

1/22/2013 | Santiago declines chance to pitch for Puerto Rico
Hector Santiago has elected not to pitch for Puerto Rico in the upcoming World Baseball Classic, a decision the left-hander confirmed to on Tuesday night.

1/22/2013 | Speedier Pence ready to rally in new season
Hunter Pence knows that he can exceed the .219 batting average he compiled last year after San Francisco acquired him from Philadelphia. So he has devoted this offseason to improving his speed and relaxing more in the batter's box.

1/22/2013 | Reinvigorated Altuve ready for Astros' new era
Jose Altuve may have an understated demeanor, but the second baseman is ready to lead the charge as Astros baseball enters a new era in 2013.

1/22/2013 | D-backs reach two-year agreement with Pennington
The D-backs reached agreement on a two-year $5 million deal with shortstop Cliff Pennington on Tuesday night, a baseball source told

1/22/2013 | D-backs remain open to trading outfielder
With less than three weeks to go until pitchers and catchers begin reporting, general manager Kevin Towers said that if something is going to happen regarding a trade of one of his outfielders, it will take place before that.

1/22/2013 | Liriano reportedly broke arm in bathroom fall
The mystery of Francisco Liriano's broken right arm received some unsubstantiated clarification recently with a newspaper in his native Dominican Republic reporting he suffered it in a bathroom fall.

1/22/2013 | Inbox: What will A's Opening Day lineup look like?
What will the A's Opening Day lineup look like? How many wins will Oakland have this season? What will happen with George Kottaras? Beat reporter Jane Lee answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.

1/22/2013 | Former closer Oviedo among four signed by Rays
Juan Carlos Oviedo, who had 92 saves for the Marlins from 2009-11 while known as Leo Nunez, was among four players to sign a Minor League deal with the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday.

1/22/2013 | Kimbrel not content after record-breaking year
Despite establishing himself as perhaps the game's best closer in 2012, Craig Kimbrel thinks he can be even better this upcoming season.

1/22/2013 | Stauffer looking for chance to keep pitching
A free agent, former Padres Opening Day starter Tim Stauffer is looking to sign with a team before the start of Spring Training, as the 30-year-old hopes to resume his pitching career.

1/22/2013 | Motte, Cardinals reach two-year agreement
Closer Jason Motte has inked a two-year contract with the Cardinals that will buy out his final two seasons of arbitration-eligibility. At the end of the deal, Motte will be a free agent.

1/22/2013 | Tigers banking on better 'pen results vs. lefties
The bullpen debate around the Tigers began soon after the World Series ended, and it rolls into the final weeks leading into Spring Training. Even when roles begin to be defined in camp, it'll probably still go on, weighing youth and potential against experience and use.

1/22/2013 | Griffey to be inducted into Mariners Hall of Fame
Ken Griffey Jr., considered by most to be the greatest player to don a Mariners uniform, will be inducted into the club's Hall of Fame on Aug. 10, the team announced Tuesday.

1/22/2013 | Brewers sign Crosby to Minor League deal
The Brewers have agreed with shortstop Bobby Crosby to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training, the club announced Tuesday.

1/22/2013 | Sarah's Take: Solid leadoff man underrated asset
Most teams nowadays overlook the importance of a good leadoff hitter. In the exciting National League West, no team has a good leadoff hitter.

1/22/2013 | Phillies sign Delmon Young to deal for one year
The Phillies and Delmon Young agreed Tuesday to a one-year contract worth $750,000. The signing screams low-risk, high-reward for the Phillies. Young, who is 27, earned 2012 ALCS MVP honors with the Tigers and hit .267 with 18 home runs and 74 RBIs in the regular season.

1/22/2013 | For Hagadone, focus is on moving forward
Nick Hagadone is trying to keep his thoughts focused on what lies ahead. The left-handed pitcher has a growing family to help support and an opportunity to win a job in the Indians' bullpen this spring.

1/22/2013 | DeRosa signs one-year pact with Blue Jays
The Blue Jays put the final piece in place for their 25-man roster on Tuesday morning by signing infielder Mark DeRosa to a one-year contract worth $750,000.

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