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1/14/2013 | The Week Ahead: What of the unsigned free agents?
Michael Bourn, Kyle Lohse and Rafael Soriano have a lot in common. They're all looking for lucrative multiyear deals. They're all represented by Scott Boras. And they're all, somehow, still looking for employment for 2013 and beyond.

1/14/2013 | Who's No. 2? Coveted spot in Angels' lineup is open
They may not say it publicly, or even to their skipper, but anyone would kill to bat second in the Angels' lineup, because it means hitting in front of one of baseball's most dynamic players in Mike Trout and two of its most feared sluggers in Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton.

1/13/2013 | Dickey, Kimbrel, Pettitte set to pitch for USA
R.A. Dickey, Andy Pettitte, Ryan Vogelsong, Craig Kimbrel and possibly Justin Verlander are set to join manager Joe Torre's star-studded provisional roster that is already expected to include David Wright, Giancarlo Stanton, Joe Mauer and Ryan Braun, has confirmed from baseball sources.

1/13/2013 | Excited Blue Jays tour military base in Edmonton
Despite the cold, winter temperature and the recent return of hockey to town, Canada's boys of summer received a warm reception from the citizens of Oil Country during the Edmonton stop of their Winter Tour, presented by TD, across Canada.

1/13/2013 | Ex-Giants closer Wilson reportedly works out for Mets
Former Giants closer Brian Wilson worked out privately for the Mets, who may be looking to add some bullpen depth behind Frank Francisco for the 2013 season, according to multiple reports.

1/13/2013 | Chen may make jump to Team China for Classic
Royals southpaw Bruce Chen, who was born and raised in Panama but is of Chinese descent, will play for Team China in the World Baseball Classic, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Chen pitched for Team Panama in both 2006 and '09.

1/13/2013 | Kearns set to come back to Marlins on Minors pact
Austin Kearns will sign a Minor League contract with the Marlins with an invitation to Spring Training, according to the Miami Herald.

1/13/2013 | Scouts finally getting recognition in Cooperstown
The National Baseball Hall of Fame is taking the first necessary step toward recognizing the contributions that scouts have made to the sport. This coming spring, a long-awaited, interactive exhibit will open in the red brick museum nestled high on Main Street in the lovely little hamlet of Cooperstown, N.Y., and begin at least a two-year run.

1/13/2013 | Scouts dinner thrills star-studded audience
The stars came out Saturday night at the 10th annual Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation's "In the Spirit of the Game" dinner at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.

1/13/2013 | Negro Leagues Baseball Museum honors MLB's best
Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera made the trip from Nicaragua to Kansas City to attend the Legacy Awards on Saturday as the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum honored some of baseball's best.

1/12/2013 | Canada unveils provisional roster for Classic
Canada submitted its 23-man provisional roster for the World Baseball Classic on Saturday, putting together a group that includes 15 current or former Major Leaguers, highlighted by Twins first baseman Justin Morneau.

1/12/2013 | Blue Jays buzz peaking as Winter Tour winds down
Blue Jays players and management have received nothing but positive feedback from the fans as they hit the final stop on their third annual Winter Tour of Canada in Edmonton on Saturday.

1/12/2013 | Stanton commits to play for Team USA in Classic
Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton will add his powerful bat to the middle of Team USA's lineup in the World Baseball Classic.

1/12/2013 | Pujols may play in Classic, but not Trout, Hamilton
Mike Trout and Josh Hamilton aren't expected to play in the upcoming World Baseball Classic, but Albert Pujols could.

1/12/2013 | Axford one of three Brewers on Canada WBC roster
Relief pitchers John Axford and Jim Henderson, as well as infielder Taylor Green, are on the initial roster for Canada's World Baseball Classic team.

1/12/2013 | Eovaldi excited about opportunity 2013 presents
One reason for the Marlins' optimism is the emergence of Nathan Eovaldi, a hard-throwing 22-year-old who built confidence with every outing a year ago.

1/12/2013 | Phils add veteran hurler Lopez on Minors deal
The Phillies have signed veteran right-hander Rodrigo Lopez to a Minor League contract with a Spring Training invite.

1/12/2013 | Cashman: Jeter out of boot, working out in Tampa
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has removed his walking boot and is beginning to work out at the team's Minor League complex in Tampa, Fla., according to general manager Brian Cashman.

1/12/2013 | Plan to move Kinsler from second put on the shelf
The Rangers, after some deliberation, are leaving Ian Kinsler at second base, and that's the way he wants it.

1/12/2013 | Ex-Astro Blum set to join club's TV broadcast team
Geoff Blum, who played five years with the Astros in two separate stints with the club, has reached an agreement to join the team's television broadcast team, a source has told

1/12/2013 | Angels add Langston to radio broadcast crew
The Angels have hired former pitcher Mark Langston to be their new radio analyst, joining play-by-play man Terry Smith and replacing Jose Mota.

1/12/2013 | Angels add Langston to radio broadcast crew
The Angels have hired former pitcher Mark Langston to be their new radio analyst, joining play-by-play man Terry Smith and replacing Jose Mota.

1/11/2013 | Prospects Cowart, Grichuk invited to spring camp
Third baseman Kaleb Cowart,'s top-ranked player in the Angels' system, will get his first taste of big league camp this spring.

1/11/2013 | Darvish feels more relaxed after 'so-so' season
Yu Darvish was 16-9 with a 3.90 ERA and 221 strikeouts in 29 starts for the Rangers last season. He didn't sound particularly thrilled about his season.

1/11/2013 | Rangers remain in contact with Lohse's agent
The Rangers continue to dance with the possibility of signing free-agent pitcher Kyle Lohse, and they have remained in contact with agent Scott Boras.

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