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1/17/2013 | Venable avoids arbitration with Padres
The Padres have come to terms on a 2013 contract with outfielder Will Venable. Venable will make $2.675 million this season after making $1.475 million in '12.

1/17/2013 | Butera, Twins avoid arbitration with one-year deal
The Twins avoided arbitration with catcher Drew Butera, signing him to a one-year deal worth $700,000, the club announced Thursday.

1/17/2013 | Sox, Salty avoid arbitration with one-year contract
The Red Sox avoided arbitration with catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia on Thursday, signing him to a one-year, non-guaranteed contract for the 2013 season.

1/17/2013 | Zimmer to keep a lower profile at Rays spring camp
Rays senior baseball advisor Don Zimmer won't be quite as visible at Tampa Bay's Spring Training this year, though he plans on making a few trips per week from his condo in Seminole, Fla.

1/17/2013 | Bucs invite top prospects Cole, Taillon to camp
The Pirates extended invitations to big league Spring Training camp to four players on Thursday, including top prospects Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon.

1/17/2013 | US roster for Classic has stars, desire to win
Team USA announced its provisional roster for the upcoming World Baseball Classic on Thursday morning and among the group are a National League Cy Young Award winner, three Most Valuable Players and numerous All-Stars.

1/17/2013 | More stars could become lifers with long-term deals
Lifetime commitments are rare in a sporting world in which fame can be fleeting and stability is not assured. Still, that hasn't prevented certain Major League clubs from locking in their franchise faces for the bulk -- if not the entirety -- of their remaining playing days, and a few more clubs could go with that formula in the near future.

1/17/2013 | Women share love of game at D-backs Fantasy Camp
They have their own locker room, but other than that there are no special allowances made for the five female participants of the D-backs Fantasy Camp.

1/17/2013 | Jackson not your average big league journeyman
Edwin Jackson, who has started 30-plus games for six consecutive seasons, is on the verge of pitching for a new team for the sixth consecutive Opening Day.

1/17/2013 | Women share love of game at D-backs Fantasy Camp
They have their own locker room, but other than that there are no special allowances made for the five female participants of the D-backs Fantasy Camp.

1/16/2013 | Martinez excited to mold young Miami hitters
Tino Martinez heard several job offers from Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria over the past few years, and a few more from elsewhere around the Majors, before finally deciding now was the right time and Miami was the right place.

1/16/2013 | Texas locks up Harrison for five years, $55 million
The Rangers took another step toward solidifying their rotation for years to come on Wednesday, signing left-hander Matt Harrison to a five-year, $55 million contract extension, according to an industry source.

1/16/2013 | Jeter cleared to begin baseball activities
Derek Jeter walked up and down the red carpet Wednesday evening with no visible limp, saying his surgically repaired left ankle won't hold him back from beginning baseball activities at the same point he would any other offseason.

1/16/2013 | Blue Jays pitcher Farina suspended 50 games
Blue Jays Minor League pitcher Alan Farina received a 50-game suspension without pay on Thursday after testing positive for a drug of abuse.

1/16/2013 | A's acquire catcher Jaso, send Cole back to Nats
The A's strengthened their catching situation on Wednesday by acquiring backstop John Jaso from the Mariners in a three-team deal that resulted in them also returning pitching prospect A.J. Cole to the Nationals.

1/16/2013 | Giants coach Flannery to hold benefit shows for Stow
Giants third-base coach Tim Flannery, who doubles as an accomplished musician, will continue his efforts to help Bryan Stow by performing in three upcoming northern California concerts to benefit the seriously injured man.

1/16/2013 | Nats land prospects for Morse in three-team deal
The Nationals are sending first baseman/outfielder Michael Morse to the Mariners for right-hander A.J. Cole from the A's and two other prospects.

1/16/2013 | Mariners land slugger Morse in three-way trade
The Mariners' search for offensive power led them back to a familiar source Wednesday, with Michael Morse acquired from the Nationals in a three-way deal that sent catcher John Jaso to the A's.

1/16/2013 | Rox ink Lopez, Outman for 2013, avoiding arbitration
The Rockies have avoided arbitration with right-handed setup man Wilton Lopez and left-handed pitcher Josh Outman by signing each to a one-year contract, the club announced Wednesday.

1/16/2013 | Yanks, Hughes avoid arbitration with one-year deal
Phil Hughes was 16-13 with a 4.23 ERA in 32 starts with the Yankees last season and was arbitration-eligible for the third and final time.

1/16/2013 | Clinic to give Braves hurlers jump-start on season
The Braves are less than a month away from staging their first Spring Training workouts in Florida. But some of the club's pitchers will get an early start when they come to Turner Field to participate in a voluntary early throwing program next week.

1/16/2013 | Orioles extend Showalter, Duquette through 2018
The Orioles on Wednesday announced contract extensions through the 2018 season for executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette and manager Buck Showalter through 2018. The deals will be made official at a Thursday morning news conference.

1/16/2013 | Murphy believes Mets boast one of best infields
That the Mets remain the only big league team yet to sign a Major League free agent does not bother second baseman Daniel Murphy. Murphy believes the solution centers upon and around him, in what he considers one of the better infields in baseball.

1/16/2013 | Soriano brings Nationals' bullpen to next level
With the addition of closer Rafael Soriano on a two-year, $28 million contract, the Nationals have strengthened an already impressive bullpen, which will now feature former closers Drew Storen and Tyler Clippard in setup roles.

1/16/2013 | Oliver puts off retirement, will return for 20th season
The Blue Jays' bullpen received a major boost on Wednesday afternoon with news that veteran left-hander Darren Oliver will be returning this season.


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