1/22/2013 | Clippard confident with any role in Nats' 'pen
One thing Tyler Clippard doesn't lack is confidence. He still considers himself a closer and proved it in 2012, saving 32 games for the Nationals.
1/22/2013 | Reds sign Galarraga to Minor League contract
The Reds have signed starting pitcher Armando Galarraga to a Minor League contract, sources told MLB.com on Tuesday.
1/22/2013 | Duffy will do whatever Royals need upon return
Hard telling where left-hander Danny Duffy might find himself when he finally returns to Kansas City around midseason or so. Heck, he might be in the bullpen, and that's fine with him.
1/22/2013 | Hart seeking second opinion before knee surgery
Brewers first baseman Corey Hart, who last week developed swelling in his knee during offseason workouts, did not undergo surgery as expected Tuesday and will instead seek a second opinion.
1/22/2013 | Dodgers to be joined by Koufax at Spring Training
The Dodgers, who will take eight starting pitchers to Spring Training next month, will also take the greatest pitcher in franchise history.
1/22/2013 | 2015 All-Star Game to go to Reds on Wednesday
The 2015 All-Star Game will be hosted by the Reds and Cincinnati, and the announcement will be made on Wednesday, sources confirmed to MLB.com on Tuesday morning.
1/22/2013 | Auction gives fans chance to relive Giants' title run
It is almost time for the Giants to begin preparing in Arizona for what they hope will be their third World Series championship season in four years, but first their fans have another way to enjoy this one.
1/22/2013 | Prospect Watch: Top 10 left-handed pitchers
Arizona's Tyler Skaggs, Seattle's Danny Hultzen and San Diego's Max Fried are the top three left-handed pitching prospects on MLB.com's Top 10 list.
1/22/2013 | Last year's strong finishers hope for big starts
Teams that finished the 2012 campaign on high notes are hopeful that the momentum can carry over through the offseason.
1/22/2013 | The clutch gene exists, and Morris is proof of it
Jack Morris is the model of the pitcher who rises to meet the highest challenges. And although this endears him to those who live inside the game, the analytics movement isn’t nearly as impressed, claiming he is no more qualified for enshrinement than a number of pitchers who fell off the ballot long ago.
1/22/2013 | The Week Ahead: Patience may pay off in free agency
If last week in baseball taught us anything, it’s that Scott Boras is a pretty patient guy.
1/22/2013 | BBWAA dinner allows a look back, forward
Saturday night's dinner for the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, one of three such annual events remaining, served as a reminder of why annual writers' dinners are so valuable and so treasured in the cities where they still exist.
1/21/2013 | Baseball pays tribute to Miller at celebration
A memorial celebration was held on Monday night for the late Marvin Miller, who used a keen intellect and a steely resolve during his 17-year tenure to change the economics of baseball forever.
1/21/2013 | Astros ink left-hander Bedard to Minors deal
The Astros took a flier on another reclamation project Monday, signing veteran left-hander Erik Bedard to a Minor League contract that includes an invitation to Spring Training. Houston signed outfielder Rick Ankiel last week.
1/21/2013 | Porter believes Ankiel can have big role for Astros
Astros manager Bo Porter spoke glowingly Monday about outfielder Rick Ankiel, who signed with the team last week and will come to camp as a non-roster invitee. Ankiel played during the previous two seasons with Washington, where Porter was third-base coach.
1/21/2013 | Beltran hoping to remain with Cardinals beyond '13
Preparing to enter the final season of his two-year contract with the Cardinals, Carlos Beltran spoke candidly Monday about his interest in staying in St. Louis beyond the 2013 season.
1/21/2013 | Matheny addresses report of financial issues
A day after Mike Matheny's current financial situation -- one that has him facing potential bankruptcy due to a series of investments gone wrong -- was delineated, in detail, in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Cardinals manager stressed that terming it as "financial woe" would be a mischaracterization.
1/21/2013 | Molina excited to have brother as Cards coach
Having never had the opportunity to play professionally with his older brother Bengie, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina spoke Monday about his anticipation over the prospect of donning the same uniform this season. Along with that came an endorsement as well.
1/21/2013 | Beltran, Molina look forward to playing in Classic
Though certainly proud to represent Puerto Rico in the upcoming World Baseball Classic, both Yadier Molina and Carlos Beltran reiterated Monday that they intend to use the three-week, 16-team tournament as preparation for the 2013 regular season.
1/21/2013 | Dodgers alums kick off caravan painting murals
Former Dodgers center fielder Ken Landreaux has never considered himself much of an artist, but on Monday at Belmont High School, he had plenty of brushes in his hands.
1/21/2013 | Porter relishes chance to connect on CAREavan
A chance to give back to the community, the opportunity to show others what is possible when you work hard and do things the right way was something Bo Porter wasn't going to pass up, especially on a day honoring one of his heroes, civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King.
1/21/2013 | Report: Pirates, Liriano agree to revised deal
The Pirates have reached a new two-year agreement with left-hander Francisco Liriano, about a month after an original deal was in place, FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal reported Monday.
1/21/2013 | White Sox celebrate Volunteer Corps anniversary
While President Barack Obama took the oath of office as part of the Inauguration Day activities, the man also known on the South Side of Chicago as the White Sox "First Fan" was honored from afar by his favorite baseball team.
1/21/2013 | Selig to announce Cincy UYA; All-Star Game next?
The Reds and Major League Baseball on Monday announced that Commissioner Allan H. "Bud" Selig will be at Great American Ball Park on Wednesday to reveal a significant contribution for an Urban Youth Academy in Cincinnati. However, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported late Monday that Selig would also use the moment to announce that the Reds and city will host the 2015 All-Star Game.
1/21/2013 | Prospect Watch: Top 10 right-handed pitchers
The Orioles' Dylan Bundy and the Mariners' Taijuan Walker top this year's MLB.com list of top 10 right-handed-pitching prospects.
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