2/19/2013 | Five more on Miami list; Gio cleared in documents
Five more players have been named in the widening Biogenesis scandal, according to ESPN's "Outside the Lines," but the network's investigation also suggested that Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez, one of the high-profile stars previously linked to Anthony Bosch's now-shuttered Coral Gables, Fla., clinic did not receive banned substances.
2/19/2013 | Time is now for Royals to restore winning tradition
Kansas City general manager Dayton Moore says he wants to grow a new generation of Royals fans. And there is a feeling that this well could be the year that tangible signs of that revitalization emerge.
2/19/2013 | Tulo continues running, could play Cactus opener
Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki ran the bases with no issues Tuesday for the second time since Spring Training began, but manager Walt Weiss will wait before deciding whether to start him in Saturday's Cactus League opener against the D-backs at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
2/19/2013 | Capps set for live session, eager to compete for role
Matt Capps is not accustomed to arriving at Spring Training without knowing his role in the bullpen.
2/19/2013 | Cards unsure when Furcal will see spring action
Though Grapefruit League play begins this weekend, the Cardinals have not determined when shortstop Rafael Furcal will see his first game action.
2/19/2013 | The American way: Astros now have permanent DH
Prior to this season, the DH has been a novelty to the Astros. Now, with the Astros having made the move to the American League, the DH will be as much a part of their makeup as any other position.
2/19/2013 | Yost leaves camp for unspecified reason
Royals manager Ned Yost was called away from camp on Tuesday and was absent when the team's first intrasquad game ended. He is expected back on Wednesday.
2/19/2013 | Peavy, Dunn pick White Sox camp over national squad
The White Sox could have had two of their key players on Team USA's roster, but for various reasons, right-hander Jake Peavy and designated hitter/first baseman Adam Dunn opted not to play in the World Baseball Classic.
2/19/2013 | Thornton shut down with sore left elbow
White Sox reliever Matt Thornton underwent a precautionary MRI that confirmed inflammation in his sore left elbow and will be held out of workouts for the time being.
2/19/2013 | Darvish pitches one inning in spring debut
Yu Darvish made his spring debut by pitching one inning in an intrasquad game on Tuesday. He allowed one run, threw 24 pitches and blamed everything on shortstop Elvis Andrus.
2/19/2013 | Prospect Swagerty moves closer to returning
Just days before he is set to participate in the Cardinals' early Minor League camp, Jordan Swagerty reached one of the final checkpoints in his recovery from elbow surgery, which kept him off the field for the entire 2012 season.
2/19/2013 | Halladay unlikely to be Opening Day starter
The Phillies are not ready to name their Opening Day starter, although it seems unlikely to be Roy Halladay.
2/19/2013 | Local brewery joins Giants in development project
Anchor Brewing, the largest manufacturer in San Francisco, has joined the city and the Giants organization in the Mission Rock Development Project as the first tenant of a 27-acre project planned for Pier 48.
2/19/2013 | Guthrie finds home with Royals in Kansas City
Right-hander Jeremy Guthrie had other free-agent offers but he felt Kansas City was the best fit for him.
2/19/2013 | Starlin sets sights on first Gold Glove Award
On April 13, Cubs second baseman Darwin Barney will receive his Gold Glove Award before the game at Wrigley Field. Starlin Castro is hoping he, Barney and first baseman Anthony Rizzo all get a trophy after this season.
2/19/2013 | Leyland confident in Dirks, but would like options
Tigers manager Jim Leyland tried to make it clear Tuesday morning: He believes Andy Dirks is good enough to be an everyday player, but that doesn't mean he'll play every day this season.
2/19/2013 | Special delivery: Feliciano back in familiar place
More than one Pedro has returned to a familiar Florida camp this week. The one who is readily identified by only his first name is in Fort Myers -- where the Red Sox train and where he is most likely holding court and raising the roof on a regular basis. The other requires a full name to be properly identified.
2/19/2013 | Lackey will open Grapefruit League season Saturday
When the Red Sox open their Grapefruit League schedule Saturday afternoon at 1:35 ET on MLB.TV at home against the Rays, John Lackey -- who didn't throw a pitch in 2012 -- will be first out of the gate.
2/19/2013 | Walter Johnson's family puts items up for auction
The family of late Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson has decided to place several pieces of memorabilia from Johnson's career up for auction on Saturday at Heritage Auctions in New York, according to The Associated Press.
2/19/2013 | Clemens might have some parting shots for hitters
Roger Clemens will spend one more day at Astros camp before going home later in the day, ending the first of his three stints working with Houston pitchers on the back fields at Osceola County Stadium.
2/19/2013 | Baker unlikely to lift Choo for Heisey late in games
Asked if versatile fourth outfielder Chris Heisey might be a late-inning defensive replacement in center fielder for Shin-Soo Choo, Reds manager Dusty Baker all but ruled it out.
2/19/2013 | Gibson eases through first live batting practice
Twins prospect Kyle Gibson, who is coming off Tommy John surgery, threw live batting practice to hitters for the first time this spring on Tuesday.
2/19/2013 | Club, fans wait to see what Kozma will do for encore
It took time for the Cardinals' Pete Kozma to shed the expectations he inherited as a first-round Draft pick. It's taken much longer to put a dent in the doubt.
2/19/2013 | Pitching-rich Rays should contend again in '13
In the same way that you can say "General Motors makes cars," you can say "The Tampa Bay Rays produce pitchers."
2/19/2013 | Anderson named VP of baseball operations
The Orioles announced several promotions within their baseball operations department on Tuesday, most notably naming Brady Anderson the club's vice president of baseball operations.
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