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1/19/2013 | New-look rotation is a hit at Royals FanFest
James Shields was dressed in black and fighting the flu, but the right-hander seemed like a healthy ray of sunshine to the folks attending Saturday's Royals FanFest.

1/19/2013 | Cubs unveil renovation plan for Wrigley Field
The Cubs unveiled a $300 million renovation plan for Wrigley Field, to be completed over five offseasons, and the Ricketts family will pay for the renovations if the city of Chicago will ease some of the restrictions it has placed on what the team can do with the ballpark.

1/19/2013 | Beloved Hall of Famer Musial dies at 92
The primary baseball icon of the Midwest -- the soft-smiling, sweet-swinging, deferential and genial man known as "The Man" -- has passed. Stan Musial, known for his pretzel stance, prodigious production, princely personality and Hall of Fame harmonica, died on Saturday at 92.

1/19/2013 | Weaver forever has place in Orioles lore
Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver died on Saturday, but the mark he made on the franchise will live on in Baltimore Orioles lore.

1/19/2013 | Carpenter, Garcia looking ahead to spring tests
The messages from Chris Carpenter and Jaime Garcia were nearly the same Saturday at the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up event. Both relayed positive reports about how their arms have responded to offseason work, but also cautioned against conclusions.

1/19/2013 | Fan excitement is palpable at Tribe Fest
The excitement for Indians baseball was apparent on Saturday at Progressive Field, where fans were taking in this winter's Tribe Fest.

1/19/2013 | Managerial greats live on after Weaver's passing
With the passing of Earl Weaver on Saturday at age 82, baseball lost another of the greatest managers ever to set foot on the dugout steps. But there remain many managerial greats among us.

1/19/2013 | Indians nearing deal with utility man Raburn
The Indians are nearing a deal with free-agent utility player Ryan Raburn in an effort to strengthen their bench.

1/19/2013 | Baseball world mourns loss of O's legend Weaver
News spread quickly Saturday about the loss Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver, as those in the baseball family expressed sorrow through statements and social media.

1/19/2013 | Gomes hopes to regain form with back healthy
Wearing his No. 47 jersey and khaki shorts, Brandon Gomes spent a few hours of his Saturday doing the kind of work not often associated with Major League pitchers.

1/19/2013 | Breslow, Red Sox reportedly reach new deal
Reliever Craig Breslow and the Red Sox have reached an agreement on a multiyear contract to avoid arbitration, according to a report on Yahoo Sports.

1/19/2013 | Iwakuma, Morse join Mariners' FanFest lineup
New Mariners acquisition Michael Morse and starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma have been added to the Mariners FanFest lineup, bringing the total number of participating players to 11 for the two-day event at Safeco Field.

1/19/2013 | Kemp: Shoulder healing 'ahead of schedule'
Matt Kemp, in town to serve as grand marshal at Saturday's 28th Kingdom Day Parade in South Los Angeles, said his surgically repaired left shoulder is healing "ahead of schedule" and he's optimistic he will be ready for Opening Day.

1/19/2013 | Weaver was an extraordinary manager and man
Earl Weaver was well-known for his strategic skills in the dugout, but he also had a heart of gold and knew just how to get the best out of his players.

1/19/2013 | Davey ready to deal with surplus of bullpen 'aces'
Manager Davey Johnson was in Africa when he received a text message from general manager Mike Rizzo earlier this week that the Nationals had signed closer Rafael Soriano to a two-year, $28 million contract.

1/19/2013 | Marlins close to inking Downs to Minors deal
More infield depth with big league experience could be joining the Marlins in Spring Training. Miami is close to signing Matt Downs to a Minor League contract with an invitation to big league camp.

1/19/2013 | Hall of Fame skipper Weaver passes away at 82
Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver, who led the Orioles to four American League pennants and the 1970 World Series championship, died Saturday of an apparent heart attack.

1/19/2013 | Fantasy campers honor fallen police officer
D-backs fantasy camp had a special meaning for Gilbert police officers Clyde Allred and Mike Dietz. They honored Lt. Eric Shuhandler, who was shot and killed while executing a traffic stop.

1/19/2013 | Mets swap salary proposals with Davis, Murphy
The Mets swapped 2013 salary proposals with first baseman Ike Davis and second baseman Daniel Murphy, the club's lone remaining arbitration-eligible players, ahead of Friday's deadline to do so.

1/19/2013 | Contract settled, Wieters enjoys DVD premiere
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters agreed to a $5.5 million deal for 2013 on Friday afternoon, avoiding a potentially contentious arbitration hearing and allowing him to enter Spring Training without his contract status hanging over his head.

1/19/2013 | Mets swap salary proposals with Davis, Murphy
The Mets swapped 2013 salary proposals with first baseman Ike Davis and second baseman Daniel Murphy, the club's lone remaining arbitration-eligible players, ahead of Friday's deadline to do so.

1/19/2013 | Contract settled, Wieters enjoys DVD premiere
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters agreed to a $5.5 million deal for 2013 on Friday afternoon, avoiding a potentially contentious arbitration hearing and allowing him to enter Spring Training without his contract status hanging over his head.

1/18/2013 | Rockies trade salary figures with three players
The Rockies and two of their three arbitration-eligible players -- center fielder Dexter Fowler and right-handed pitcher Jhoulys Chacin -- have a $900,000 gap in their arbitration filings, which were submitted Friday.

1/18/2013 | Irish alum Samardzija won't rush to judge Te'o
Cubs pitcher Jeff Samardzija, who was an All-America wide receiver at Notre Dame before committing to baseball, has watched the recent coverage of Manti Te'o in disbelief.

1/18/2013 | Soriano has no plans to leave Chicago
Outfielder Alfonso Soriano has two years remaining on his contract with the Cubs, which may be his last.


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