1/27/2013 | Rotation dominates talk at 'Brewers On Deck'
At this year's "Brewers on Deck", the big question seemed to be concerning how Milwaukee's rotation would shape up. With five players looking to fill three spots, it may be a very competitive Spring Training.
1/27/2013 | Gamel, Narveson get medical clearance
Infielder Mat Gamel and left-hander Chris Narveson will be full participants at the start of Spring Training camp after gaining medical clearance Sunday from the team's top doctor.
1/27/2013 | Brewers won't close door to Lohse
The Draft compensation attached to free agent pitcher Kyle Lohse would not deter the Brewers if his price was right, principal owner Mark Attanasio said Sunday.
1/27/2013 | Brewers face spring catching conundrum
The Brewers are big supporters of the World Baseball Classic but would he happier if the event did not pull away both of the team's regular catchers.
1/27/2013 | Bailey open to long-term deal with Reds
At an autograph table during the final stop on the western leg of Reds Caravan on Sunday, pitcher Homer Bailey was seated at the end, only two spots from his boss, general manager Walt Jocketty.
1/27/2013 | Mattingly makes pitch for free agent Rolen
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly has spoken with free agent Scott Rolen about coming to Los Angeles, but the veteran third baseman has not yet revealed if he will play in 2013.
1/27/2013 | Opening Day nod? Sale says Peavy, Peavy says Sale
It's a good thing White Sox manager Robin Ventura, pitching coach Don Cooper, general manager Rick Hahn and the rest of their respective staffs will be picking the Opening Day starter. If the decision was left to Jake Peavy and Chris Sale, the debate might linger right up until the first pitch on April 1.
1/27/2013 | Miami alums Jay, Alonso remember coach Fraser
In Miami, baseball fans have mourned the death of legendary University of Miami head coach Ron Fraser. The "Wizard of College Baseball" passed away last Sunday at the age of 79 due to complications from Alzheimer's disease.
1/27/2013 | Mayberry excited about new teammates
John Mayberry is looking forward to being a part of a Phillies outfield with some new faces in 2013.
1/26/2013 | Morse eager to unleash the 'Beast' in Seattle
Michael Morse was flooded with memories Saturday as he set foot in Safeco Field for the first time since rejoining the club in a trade with the Nationals.
1/26/2013 | FanFest stirs anticipation for Spring Training
The weather was typical Northwest winter, but with the Safeco Field roof closed and an enthusiastic crowd, you could almost feel spring in the air at the opening day of Mariners FanFest.
1/26/2013 | FanFest builds buzz for both Dodgers players and fans
Driving to Dodger Stadium on Saturday for the team's first FanFest of the year, Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier wasn't sure what to expect. What he found were droves of fans lined up for nearly a mile, waiting to get into the event.
1/26/2013 | Marlins hopeful Stanton settles in this spring
Giancarlo Stanton's mindset has been a prevailing topic surrounding the Marlins since they made a blockbuster trade with the Blue Jays on Nov. 19.
1/26/2013 | On frigid day, TigerFest draws massive turnout
If not for the snow on the ground and the rock salt on the sidewalks Saturday at Comerica Park, it would've been hard to tell that baseball season is still more than two months away. Yet in some ways, TigerFest is more special than the season itself.
1/26/2013 | Injury free Mauer raring to get after it in 2013
Last season, Joe Mauer only caught 74 games while serving as designated hitter in 42 games and playing first base in 30 games. So Mauer's goal this season is catch more games, and general manager Terry Ryan says it's not out of the realm of possibility for him to catch as many as 125 games this year.
1/26/2013 | Introduction of Taft headlines busy NatsFest
The Nats enter the 2013 season as the defending NL East champions and one of the best teams in the Major Leagues. Yet, one of the highlights of NatsFest, was the introduction of William Howard Taft as the fifth member of the nightly Presidents Race.
1/26/2013 | Mets catcher Powell's 5-month-old daughter dies
One of Mets catcher Landon Powell's twin 5-month-old daughters died on Friday night, the family announced on Saturday through its Facebook page.
1/26/2013 | Morel making his way back after injury
Brent Morel told MLB.com at the end of November that his bothersome back, hampering him all of the 2012 season, felt as good as it had in more than one year thanks to his work at Sparta Performance/Science in California.
1/26/2013 | White Sox feel fans' pain of tough finish
Since 1996, the White Sox have nine second-place finishes, four third-place finishes, three division titles and one historic World Series crown in 2005.
1/26/2013 | Could be big year for White Sox Mitchell
As far as internal left-handed-hitting help for the White Sox, don't overlook Jared Mitchell, the team's top pick in the 2009 First-Year Player Draft, who received rave reviews for where he was offensively coming out of instructional leagues.
1/26/2013 | White Sox expect unexpected from Pierzynski
Aside from a potential Cactus League matchup, the White Sox won't face A.J. Pierzynski and his new Rangers team until April 30 in Texas. Count John Danks as one former Pierzynski teammate who isn't sure what to expect when facing the catcher.
1/26/2013 | Club hopes Wood can follow Burton's lead
The Twins struck gold last season when Jared Burton developed into a shutdown reliever after joining the club on a Minor League deal. And now they're hoping the same from fellow right-hander Tim Wood, who signed a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training this offseason.
1/26/2013 | Worley, May meet new teammates at TwinsFest
Right-handers Vance Worley and Trevor May, who were both acquired in the trade that sent Ben Revere to Philadelphia, had a chance to meet their new teammates at TwinsFest at the Metrodome.
1/26/2013 | Pelfrey expects to enter spring without limitations
New addition Mike Pelfrey made his first appearance at TwinsFest on Saturday, and said that he's expecting to enter Spring Training without any limitations.
1/26/2013 | Storen excited about Nationals' bullpen depth
Nationals reliever Drew Storen didn't look or sound like an angry man on Saturday afternoon. He was having fun at Fanfest, and talked about how great it was to see so many fans at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
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