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1/21/2013 | Rockies looking at Pavano, Lowe for rotation
After signing Miguel Batista over the weekend and reportedly reaching an agreement with Chris Volstad on Monday, the Rockies are pushing for two other veterans to compete for a starting-rotation spot -- Carl Pavano and Derek Lowe.

1/21/2013 | Rangers sign Murphy, final arb-eligible player
The Rangers announced on Monday that they have agreed to terms on a one-year, $5.78 million contract for 2013 with outfielder David Murphy, the last player on their 40-man roster who was eligible for arbitration.

1/21/2013 | Mets sign reliever Feliciano to Minors deal
The Mets are bringing back veteran left-hander Pedro Feliciano, as the club announced on Monday it has signed the reliever to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.

1/21/2013 | Musial visitation set for Thursday, funeral Saturday
A public visitation for Stan Musial has been scheduled from 2-8 p.m. CT on Thursday at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. Two days later, Musial will be remembered during a funeral mass at the same location.

1/21/2013 | Taveras a disciplined slugger beyond his years
Baseball fans in general and St. Louis Cardinals fans in particular have a tremendous treat coming their way. It won't be long until Oscar Taveras is roaming the outfield in St. Louis.

1/21/2013 | MLB Notebook: Hamilton turned in game for the ages
Nearly 60 years after Joe Adcock turned in one of the greatest individual performances in baseball history, Josh Hamilton went 5-for-5 with with 18 total bases in a four-homer performance on May 8, 2012 for the Rangers.

1/21/2013 | Black baseball pioneers aided King's message
On this day in which we honor Martin Luther King Jr. and pause to remember the men and women who suffered and sacrificed in the name of racial fairness, Major League Baseball should be proud of its role in forcing people to see the world in a way they'd never seen it before.

1/20/2013 | Time is now for Smoak to break through
Justin Smoak knows this will be a big Spring Training for him. He knows the Mariners acquired Kendrys Morales, Mike Morse and Raul Ibanez to compete at first base and designated hitter.

1/20/2013 | Cards Winter Warm-Up turns into Musial tribute
With news of Stan Musial's death still raw on Sunday, there was a noticeable shift in tone at the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up. An event designed to spur excitement about the upcoming season turned largely into a gathering of folks paying tribute to one of the sport's all-time greatest players.

1/20/2013 | Reaction to Wrigley renovation plan is positive
Reaction to the Cubs' five-year plan to restore Wrigley Field has been positive -- once fans are assured the field itself will not change, the ivy will still be on the outfield walls, and the renovation does not call for a third deck to be added.

1/20/2013 | La Russa calls Musial the 'best that you can be'
Describing Stan Musial as "the best that you can be as a person and a player," former Cardinals manager Tony La Russa took time on Sunday to share some personal anecdotes from his time spent with the Cardinals legend, who died on Saturday at the age of 92.

1/20/2013 | Gap exists between Reds, arbitration-eligible players
Even with three different general-manager regimes, the Reds have made it almost an entire decade without going to an arbitration hearing against a player. But this could be the year that bucks the trend.

1/20/2013 | Musial news lends perspective at BBWAA dinner
The announcement of Stan Musial's death just before the Baseball Writers' Association of America distributed its major awards for the 2012 season provided perspective, even elevating the honors bestowed on the big league's elite.

1/20/2013 | Sellers arrested for reckless driving
Dodgers infielder Justin Sellers was arrested Saturday for driving recklessly in a West Sacramento residential neighborhood, police told a local television station.

1/20/2013 | Sellers arrested for reckless driving
Dodgers infielder Justin Sellers was arrested Saturday for driving recklessly in a West Sacramento residential neighborhood, police told a local television station.

1/19/2013 | Musial, Weaver were two sides of the same coin
Stan Musial and Earl Weaver couldn't have been much different in some ways, or much more alike in others. What these two sides of baseball's coin of competitive passion definitely had in common is that they were true icons, not only for their franchises but for the game itself.

1/19/2013 | Cardinals family tips caps to legendary Musial
A day that opened in celebration of the Cardinals' upcoming season ended in sadness over the loss of the franchise's greatest legend, Stan Musial.

1/19/2013 | Rockies have Minor League deal with Batista
The Rockies have agreed to a Minor League deal with veteran right-handed pitcher Miguel Batista and invited him to Spring Training, ESPN Deportes reported on Saturday night.

1/19/2013 | Musial's humility exceeded prowess on diamond
On a warm summer night in 2009, on a night when baseball was set to honor its best, the throng gathered around the Stan Musial statue suddenly went quiet. There without warning was an unimaginable treat. Riding in a golf cart, looking frail, was Stan Musial.

1/19/2013 | Tributes pour out for 'Stan The Man'
As one of the most respected and beloved players in baseball history, Hall of Famer Stan Musial made a major impact not only on the Cardinals organization, but on the game as a whole.

1/19/2013 | Former ump Palermo treasures run-ins with Weaver
Earl Weaver, the Orioles' Hall of Fame manager who was notorious for his run-ins with umpires, was remembered fondly by one of his former adversaries, Steve Palermo.

1/19/2013 | Orioles draw huge raves during FanFest
Saturday was a bittersweet day for Orioles fans, who mourned the passing of Hall of Famer Earl Weaver and also showed their support for the resurgence of Baltimore baseball.

1/19/2013 | Wainwright keeps contract thoughts close to chest
Adam Wainwright sidestepped a lot of specifics regarding his contract status at the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up, but repeatedly gushed over his love for playing in St. Louis.

1/19/2013 | White Sox add free-agent reliever Lindstrom
The White Sox bullpen looks complete before Spring Training has even begun following the reported addition of free-agent right-hander Matt Lindstrom as confirmed to by a Major League source on Saturday evening.

1/19/2013 | Musial was quite The Man on, off the field
Hall of Fame player and humanitarian. No matter which way you looked at him, Stan "The Man" Musial was an outstanding example of what an individual could achieve and could become.

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