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1/11/2013 | Epstein, Cherington talk chemistry at charity event
Theo Epstein returned to Boston for his annual winter charity event at a time when he's trying to build the Cubs into a contender and his former employers are trying to regain their prominence.

1/11/2013 | Farrell not concerned over Napoli stalemate
While the Red Sox certainly hope to have Mike Napoli in the middle of their batting order and playing first base by the time camp opens, there are no guarantees until a contract is actually signed. However, manager John Farrell isn't fretting over the situation.

1/11/2013 | Orioles, Reimold come to terms on one-year deal
The Orioles have avoided arbitration with Nolan Reimold, agreeing Friday to a one-year deal with the outfielder.

1/11/2013 | Giants add righty Tobin to bullpen competition
Right-hander Mason Tobin joined the competition for what's expected to be one, and only one, vacancy in the Giants' bullpen, signing a Minor League contract with an invitation to big league Spring Training.

1/11/2013 | Tigers set for Winter Caravan Jan. 24-25
The Tigers' Winter Caravan is scheduled for Jan. 24-25, leading up to the return of TigerFest at Comerica Park on Saturday, Jan. 26. The full schedule of events for the caravan and players participating has not yet been released.

1/11/2013 | Top prospects among Mariners' non-roster invitees
Highly touted young prospects Taijuan Walker, James Paxton, Mike Zunino and Nick Franklin are among 18 non-roster players invited to Major League Spring Training by the Mariners on Friday.

1/11/2013 | Indians Around the Horn: Outfield
Roughly one month remains until the start of Spring Training. The sound of baseballs popping in gloves. The smell of freshly trimmed outfield grass. It's all right around the corner. That makes this a good time to go Around the Horn, taking a look at the Indians' roster. We'll start this five-part series by examining the outfield.

1/11/2013 | Blue Jays sign veteran catcher Blanco
The Blue Jays continued to add to their catching depth on Friday, signing Henry Blanco to a non-guaranteed, $750,000 Major League contract.

1/11/2013 | With Upton a no-go, where does Seattle go from here?
Now that the Mariners have come up empty in pursuit of a trade for D-backs right fielder Justin Upton, the obvious question is, what's next?

1/11/2013 | McFarland to get a look as a starter in camp
The Orioles selected left-hander T.J. McFarland from the Indians during the Rule 5 Draft at the Winter Meetings, and while it's typically easier to retain those players by stashing them in the bullpen, the plan remains to give the 23-year-old a look as a starter this spring.

1/11/2013 | Dodgers counting on healthy Crawford in 2013
Carl Crawford, coming off Tommy John elbow reconstruction surgery, will be the Dodgers' starting left fielder in 2013. That's their story and they're sticking to it.

1/11/2013 | Jones excited to represent Team USA in Classic
For Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, it was a no-brainer when invited to play for Team USA in this spring's World Baseball Classic.

1/11/2013 | Marlins push back first day of workouts to Feb. 12
Spring Training is just around the corner for the Marlins, but the first time the club will take the field is being pushed back a day, from Feb. 11 to Feb. 12.

1/11/2013 | Perkins ready to run with Twins' closer role
After going from starting pitcher to reliever and now closer, Glen Perkins has served in just about every pitching role for the Twins since being called up in 2006. He flourished in his role as closer in the second half of 2012 with Matt Capps dealing with rotator cuff issues, and now the Twins are hoping he'll settle in as the closer of the future.

1/11/2013 | Likelihood of Uptons together in Atlanta increases
The D-backs are running out of potential places to trade Justin Upton, and there is once again reason to at least wonder if the Braves could add another Upton to their outfield mix.

1/11/2013 | Phils' Joseph has upside at and behind the plate
With middle-of-the-order power potential and improving defensive skills behind the plate, Tommy Joseph could be the Phillies' catcher of the future.

1/11/2013 | Hal: Yankees committed to fielding elite ballclub
Hal Steinbrenner said the Yankees' desire to avoid a luxury tax penalty will not impact their commitment to fielding a championship-caliber team.

1/11/2013 | Boggs' 'Field of Dreams' project worth watching
Wade Boggs' group has some big plans for the "Field of Dreams" property -- a $38 million, 24-field youth baseball and softball complex geared toward travel teams. This, you could argue, is a use of the property that does far more for the growth of the game than the tourist attraction did.

1/11/2013 | Bucs corner infielders Alvarez, Jones pack punch
In baseball's ideal scheme, the corners of the infield are power positions, and the Pirates are in good position to live up to that blueprint with third baseman Pedro Alvarez and first baseman Garrett Jones.

1/11/2013 | Players put machismo aside for benefits of yoga
Baseball is a macho sport. So if a player is willing to venture into the foreign land known as the yoga studio, he's usually in for the rudest of awakenings.

1/11/2013 | Jackpots always possible with under-the-radar deals
A number of players who have agreed to Minor League deals with a Spring Training invites could pay dividends for their respective teams this season.

1/11/2013 | Upton's choice puzzles weather watchers
Arizona outfielder Justin Upton's choice to veto a trade to Seattle likely had little to do with preferring the desert's climate during baseball season.

1/11/2013 | Upton's choice puzzles weather watchers
Arizona outfielder Justin Upton's choice to veto a trade to Seattle likely had little to do with preferring the desert's climate during baseball season.

1/10/2013 | D-backs' Upton turns down trade to Mariners
D-backs right fielder Justin Upton has rejected a trade proposal that would have sent the two-time All-Star to the Seattle Mariners, a baseball source has confirmed to

1/10/2013 | Healthy Sizemore set to help wherever A's need him
Scott Sizemore feels normal again. Translation: The A's infielder is fully healthy, just as he was a year ago. That was before he suffered a torn ACL on the first day of spring workouts, underwent a lengthy rehab on his surgically repaired left knee and missed all of the 2012 season.

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