2/21/2013 | Andino sees some of '12 O's in Mariners
Robert Andino has only been with the Mariners for a little over a week, but the middle infielder acquired from the Orioles this offseason feels something familiar.
2/21/2013 | Weiner addresses Biogenesis, Draft compensation
Cautioning reporters to "follow the evidence" regarding Biogenesis -- the Miami clinic under investigation for links to performance-enhancing drugs -- Major League Baseball Players Association executive director Michael Weiner called MLB's Joint Drug Program a continued topic of discussion between the union and league.
2/21/2013 | Garza taking his time with recovery
Matt Garza's goal is to be ready to pitch by Opening Day, which means he feels no need to rush the recovery process of his strained left lat.
2/21/2013 | Twins ink final 27 unsigned players on 40-man
The team agreed to terms this week on contracts with 27 players for the 2013 campaign. Minnesota now has deals for the upcoming season with each player on the club's 40-man roster.
2/21/2013 | O'Sullivan aims to seize opportunity for homecoming
When Sean O'Sullivan closes his eyes, he can still see Tony Gwynn peppering the "5.5 hole" between shortstop and third base during batting practice. And he can still imagine Steve Finley reaching over the center-field wall to rob opposing batters.
2/21/2013 | Stanton easing back at camp after plunking
Giancarlo Stanton planned to limit his workouts Thursday after being hit in the head by a pitch the day before, but tests revealed no concussion-like symptoms.
2/21/2013 | Back with Giants, Scutaro plays part of star
Marco Scutaro is baseball's version of the character actor who finally gets a starring role late in his career and takes full advantage, emerging as an overnight sensation.
2/20/2013 | Pujols unlikely to play in games before mid-March
Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, may not be getting into Spring Training games until mid-March.
2/20/2013 | With trademark wit, Garagiola ends career
Joe Garagiola called it a career on Wednesday, displaying the humor and speaking skill that propelled him into the Baseball Hall of Fame as a broadcaster.
2/20/2013 | Jhoulys joyous to represent Venezuela in Classic
For Colorado Rockies righty Jhoulys Chacin, to be able to wear his home country's jersey in the World Baseball Classic was something worth fighting for.
2/20/2013 | Verlander at 30 still a timeless classic
Justin Verlander's first pitches as a thirtysomething looked much the same as they did when he was in his twenties. No matter how old Verlander is, having turned 30 on Wednesday, his vocabulary never includes the words "just getting my work in."
2/20/2013 | With Segura at short, Gonzalez adjusts to new role
To the Brewers' delight, Alex Gonzalez re-signed and committed to a new phase in a long career. The club views Gonzalez as insurance for young shortstop Jean Segura. A year removed from being the club's Opening Day shortstop, he is Alex Gonzalez, utility man.
2/20/2013 | Hosmer, Moustakas, Cain among 12 signings
First baseman Eric Hosmer, third baseman Mike Moustakas and center fielder Lorenzo Cain were among 12 pre-arbitration players to agree to 2013 Major League contracts with the Royals on Wednesday.
2/20/2013 | Dickey to have personal catcher this season
Manager John Gibbons confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that the Blue Jays will provide knuckleballer R.A. Dickey with his own personal catcher this season.
2/20/2013 | CBSSports.com Fantasy Baseball Commissioner's a hit
The partnership between CBSSports.com and MLB Advanced Media provides in-game and postgame video highlights of players on your and your opponent's roster in full HD, plus the ability to watch your fantasy players via a customized channel if you subscribe to both MLB.TV and CBSSports.com Fantasy Baseball Commissioner.
2/20/2013 | Berkman, Beltre to miss early Cactus League play
Lance Berkman is not expected to be ready when the Rangers open Cactus League play on Friday because he is now dealing with a strained right calf muscle. Adrian Beltre is dealing with the same issue and both players remain day-to-day on the Rangers' medical report.
2/20/2013 | Burnett tabbed for first career Opening Day start
A.J. Burnett, whose first career Opening Day assignment took a fouled bunt to the eye a year ago, is getting his mulligan. Pirates manager Clint Hurdle formally named Burnett his Opening Day starter on Wednesday.
2/20/2013 | Chacin to pitch for Venezuela in Classic
Rockies right-handed pitcher Jhoulys Chacin announced Wednesday via Twitter that he will represent Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic.
2/20/2013 | Weiss: Helton to miss 'first handful' of spring games
Rockies Manager Walt Weiss said Wednesday that veteran first baseman Todd Helton will not play in Saturday's Spring Training opener against the D-backs and will miss a handful more.
2/20/2013 | Phillies can look to past, apply lessons to '13
The 2013 Phillies find themselves in a similar situation as the 1980 Phillies: if they don't win, significant changes could be made.
2/20/2013 | A's hope to find gems among non-roster invitees
Brandon Moss hit 21 home runs in 84 games last year. Evan Scribner's three scoreless innings in the middle of Game 162 helped unseat the Rangers and make American League West champions out of the A's. Jim Miller was just as much of a cog out of the bullpen on numerous occasions.
2/20/2013 | Triceps soreness keeps Thornton on sideline
The triceps soreness felt by left-handed reliever Matt Thornton has kept him off the mound for the past two days, and he will be inactive again Thursday.
2/20/2013 | Helton looks to contribute in final leg of career
Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton knows the end of his playing career is near. He just isn't saying it. He's not into pomp and circumstance. There will be no farewell tour. Any celebration will be for the Rockies.
2/20/2013 | Matheny, Mozeliak among those raving about Wacha
The buzz surrounding Michael Wacha never really has tempered. He had the instant intrigue afforded a first-rounder when the Cardinals selected him with the 19th overall pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft. His rapid and unexpected ascension to Double-A before the end of the summer piqued interest even more.
2/20/2013 | Lopez to rest bruised pitching hand for few days
Contrary to earlier reports, Javier Lopez said Wednesday that he was hit squarely on the back of his pitching hand by a toss from Madison Bumgarner as they played catch Tuesday morning.
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