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1/10/2013 | D-backs pitchers, catchers report to camp Feb. 11
The D-backs announced Thursday pitchers and catchers will report for Spring Training at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick on Feb. 11 and work out for the first time the following day.

1/10/2013 | D-backs' Upton nixes trade to Mariners
D-backs two-time All-Star outfielder Justin Upton rejected a proposed trade to the Mariners, a baseball source told on Thursday.

1/10/2013 | Phillips hints at playing for Team USA in Classic
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips gave an indication via Twitter on Thursday evening that he might be representing Team USA in the World Baseball Classic this spring.

1/10/2013 | Cherington hopeful about Napoli but exploring options
Although general manager Ben Cherington expressed hope that Mike Napoli will be signed, until that happens, he must keep his eyes open to other options.

1/10/2013 | Selig reflects on progress of drug testing program
Commissioner Bud Selig is looking forward to the implementation of the enhanced drug testing programs that were announced Thursday at the quarterly Owners Meetings at the Sanctuary Resort.

1/10/2013 | Blue Jays claim Hottovy off waivers from Rangers
The Blue Jays claimed left-hander Tommy Hottovy off waivers from the Rangers on Thursday afternoon.

1/10/2013 | Nats sign Ohlendorf, Mann to Minor League deals
The Nationals signed pitchers Ross Ohlendorf and Brandon Mann to Minor League contracts, has confirmed.

1/10/2013 | Dodgers prospect Lee focused on future in baseball
Zach Lee is well into his third year of insisting he doesn't regret becoming a professional pitcher instead of a major college quarterback, even if it means he doesn't have a beauty queen for a girlfriend.

1/10/2013 | CEO Dolan approved as Indians' control person
Major League owners voted on Thursday during a quarterly ownership meeting to formally approve the designation of Paul Dolan as the control person of the Indians.

1/10/2013 | A's avoid arbitration with reliever Resop
The A's agreed to terms on a one-year contract with right-hander Chris Resop on Thursday, avoiding arbitration.

1/10/2013 | In-season HGH testing to begin this year
Commissioner Bud Selig announced Thursday significant modifications in MLB's drug testing program, by which players will be tested during the season for human growth hormone.

1/10/2013 | Biggio: I kept an open mind to Hall of Fame vote
The morning was anything but typical, though Craig Biggio attempted his best to stay busy. He drank a couple of cups of coffee and tried to kill some time at his Houston home while awaiting the results of the National Baseball Hall of Fame balloting on Wednesday.

1/10/2013 | MLB, players take another step in right direction
It's another loud, clear message that baseball intends to do everything it can to rid itself of performance-enhancing drugs. It's not the end of the fight. No one is saying that. Rather, it's another brick in the wall, an opportunity for owners and players to stand together and tell the world they're committed to getting it right.

1/10/2013 | Tigers from '84 title team run into stone wall at Hall
Manager Sparky Anderson is the only member of the 1984 Tigers who's enshrined in Cooperstown. Unless Jack Morris gets a vote push next year, or the Veterans Committee later takes up somebody's case, that's how the team is destined to be remembered.

1/10/2013 | Braun heads wide array of guests to attend fanfest
All-Star outfielder Ryan Braun and all three of the Brewers' new relievers were among 50 current, former and future players confirmed Thursday to attend the team's annual "On Deck" event later this month.

1/10/2013 | Beck, Nen or Wilson? You make the call
With three outs to go and the game on the line, which closer gets the nod -- Rod Beck, Robb Nen or Brian Wilson? Here's your chance to decide.

1/10/2013 | Upbeat Hosmer motivated to bounce back in 2013
First baseman Eric Hosmer will be an integral part of the revamped Royals' revitalized hopes for the coming season.

1/10/2013 | Amaro assures Hamels' throwing shoulder is fine
Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said Thursday left-hander Cole Hamels' shoulder is fine. reported Hamels had some shoulder soreness late in the season and in the offseason.

1/10/2013 | Price featured on cover of 'MLB 2K13'
David Price has been selected as the cover athlete for MLB 2K13.

1/10/2013 | If shy Bauer can fit in, he'll be just fine in Cleveland
For Trevor Bauer, the baseball talent that came so naturally to him stands in stark contrast to the social and interpersonal skills that have often eluded him.

1/10/2013 | MLB Notebook: Verlander, Scherzer duo dominated
When it comes to raw strikeout totals in relation to the league leaderboards and strikeout rates in relation to history, the combination of Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer in 2012 had few peers.

1/9/2013 | Pirates chairman seeks 'balance' in training drills
Spring Training is right around the corner, and Pirates chairman Bob Nutting is eager see his team back in the field, preparing to improve on the promise of the 2012 season.

1/9/2013 | Rockies give Corpas invitation to Spring Training
Right-hander Manny Corpas, the closer on the 2007 Rockies club that went to the only World Series in team history, rejoined the Rockies on Wednesday, agreeing to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training, according to Major League sources.

1/9/2013 | Five make a statement by submitting blank ballots
For five voters from the Baseball Writers' Association of America, a blank ballot was the message to the baseball world, a message centered mainly on having to sit in judgment on an era clouded by the use of performance-enhancing drugs.

1/9/2013 | Murphy ready to be Rangers' everyday left fielder
The Rangers may yet bring another outfielder into the fold, but David Murphy is ready to be the everyday left fielder if general manager Jon Daniels stands pat.

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