2/10/2013 | Healthy McClellan out to earn spot on Texas' staff
Rangers pitcher Kyle McClellan is 100 percent healthy. He just needs to get all his muscles back into pitching shape after his battle with elbow and shoulder problems.
2/10/2013 | Harrison, Berkman have plenty of incentives
The Rangers won't mind having an extra $250,000 tacked on to their payroll at the end of the season. That's the bonus the Rangers will have to pay Matt Harrison if he wins the American League Cy Young Award. If Harrison gets an extra $250,000 bonus if he wins the Most Valuable Player Award.
2/10/2013 | Cubs finalize two-year deal with Hairston
The Cubs added to their bench on Sunday, signing free agent Scott Hairston to a two-year, $5 million contract. Popular outfielder Tony Campana was designated for assignment to make room on the roster.
2/10/2013 | Ogando in rotation, while Ross aims to join him
When the Rangers officially open camp later this week, Robbie Ross will be one of at least a half-dozen candidates for the fifth-starter spot. As for Alexi Ogando, who went back to the bullpen in 2012, the Rangers have decided to put him in the rotation.
2/10/2013 | Napoli raring to go for Red Sox this spring
As Mike Napoli walked into the Red Sox's Spring Training complex for the first time on a balmy Sunday afternoon, his stalled contract negotiations during the winter were far from his mind.
2/10/2013 | Few camp battles, but much excitement for Mets
It speaks to the eagerness of the players here that, although Mets pitchers and catchers are not officially required to be in camp until this evening, most of them arrived days ago. Position players do not need to arrive until Saturday, and yet most of the starting lineup is already in house.
2/10/2013 | Indians give Dice-K a shot with Minor League deal
On Sunday, the Indians reached an agreement with Daisuke Matsuzaka on a Minor League contract, pending the completion of a physical. The Tribe's pitchers and catchers officially reported to camp on Sunday, and physicals are scheduled to take place throughout the day on Monday.
2/10/2013 | A's fortified for another run at AL West title
The A's return this spring with most key pieces back from their AL West title team, and they've added several players who could lead them even farther in 2013.
2/10/2013 | Astros set to report to Kissimmee, ring in new era
Led by first-year manager Bo Porter, the Astros report to Spring Training today in Florida to usher in a new era as they join the American League.
2/10/2013 | New faces, same title aspirations for Angels
Angels camp officially opens today, when pitchers and catchers report for their physicals four days in advance of the first full-squad workout at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
2/10/2013 | Time to dream is now, as pitchers and catchers report
More than three dozen pitchers and catchers will report to Pirates camp today, and they'll hit the sprawling training complex for their first official workout Tuesday, when early-arriving position players will join them.
2/9/2013 | SoCal showcase gives scouts early look at prospects
The Urban Youth Academy event gave many of California's most prominent prep players a chance to compete in front of scouting directors from big league teams.
2/9/2013 | Tribe signs veteran slugger Giambi to Minors deal
On Saturday night, the eve of reporting day for Cleveland's pitchers and catchers, the club and Jason Giambi came to terms on a Minor League contract that gives Giambi the chance to come to camp as a non-roster invitee.
2/9/2013 | Padres will have plenty of arms to look over in Peoria
Come Wednesday morning, the first workout in Arizona for Padres pitchers and catchers, there will be a total of 36 pitchers on the field.
2/9/2013 | Change will be in the air at D-backs' camp
With players to begin reporting for Spring Training Monday, the D-backs hope changes to the roster -- including the arrival of Didi Gregorius -- will help them battle in 2013.
2/9/2013 | Rockies like what they see in Anderson
Tyler Anderson, 23, a lefty, was impressive enough at the low Class A level in 2012 -- his first year of pro ball -- that the Rockies called with a surprise invitation to Major League camp.
2/9/2013 | D-backs estimate 25,000 attend annual FanFest
In a clear sign that spring has just about arrived, the D-backs held their annual Subway FanFest on Saturday at Chase Field. "It's become an annual kickoff to our season and today was another success," team president and CEO Derrick Hall said.
2/9/2013 | Lincecum, Giants display lighter side at FanFest
Tim Lincecum and Buster Posey put rumors of a rift to rest, and Lincecum showed off his Hunter Pence impression at Saturday's FanFest at AT&T Park.
2/9/2013 | Marlins focused on fresh start at Winter Warm Up
Saturday marked the first step in the new beginning as the Marlins hosted their MetroPCS Winter Warm Up at Marlins Park.
2/9/2013 | Gio accepts invite to pitch for Team USA
Team USA has picked up a big-name southpaw: Nationals ace Gio Gonzalez has accepted an invitation to join a rotation that already features Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey.
2/9/2013 | Orioles' O'Day avoids arbitration, inks two-year deal
The Orioles have avoided arbitration with reliever Darren O'Day, signing the right-hander to a two-year deal on Saturday. The contract will pay the 30-year-old $5.4 million -- $2.2 million in 2013 and $3.2 million in '14 -- and includes a $4.25 million team option with a $400,000 buyout for '15.
2/9/2013 | Cherington takes blame for '12, looks forward to '13
Entering his second season as Red Sox GM, Ben Cherington knows there really isn't anywhere to go but up after a thoroughly humbling 69-93 season in 2012.
2/9/2013 | Fujikawa's transition begins as Cubs report to camp
On Sunday, when Cubs pitchers and catchers officially report to Fitch Park, Kyuji Fujikawa will have his fourth bullpen session since arriving in Arizona one week ago. Players will undergo physicals on Monday, and the first workout of the team's final season at this location will be Tuesday.
2/9/2013 | Handgun accident keeps Brentz out of big league camp
When the Red Sox revealed Saturday morning that several of their top prospects were among the 19 non-roster invitees to Major League camp, it was eye-opening that outfielder Bryce Brentz wasn't on the list. It turns out there was an unfortunate reason behind that development. Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington confirmed that Brentz recently shot himself in the leg while cleaning his handgun.
2/9/2013 | Garland inks Minor League deal with Mariners
Veteran right-hander Jon Garland, who sat out all of last season recovering from a shoulder injury, has agreed to a Minor League contract with the Mariners with an invitation to next week's Major League camp. Garland's official signing is pending the results of a physical.
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