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1/28/2013 | Walker, Zunino to live tweet Top 100 list
On Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET,'s 2013 Top 100 Prospects list will be revealed on and MLB Network, and you're invited to interact with several of the players on the list as they live tweet the unveiling, moderated by (@MLBPipeline), using the hashtag #MLBPipeline.

1/28/2013 | Interact with players as Top 100 list is announced
On Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET,'s 2013 Top 100 Prospects list will be revealed on and MLB Network, and you're invited to interact with several of the players on the list as they live tweet the unveiling, moderated by (@MLBPipeline), using the hashtag #MLBPipeline.

1/28/2013 | Cardinals agree to one-year deal with Cedeno
Seeking a veteran middle infielder to provide depth and insurance behind shortstop Rafael Furcal, the Cardinals, after sifting through a thin free-agent market, have signed Ronny Cedeno to a one-year deal.

1/28/2013 | Montero ready to build on experience of rookie year
For all the talk about new additions and increased veteran leadership, the biggest improvement for the 2013 Mariners might well lie with the progress of their returning youngsters. And tops on that list figures to be Jesus Montero, the 23-year-old catcher who received mixed reviews in his rookie season last year.

1/28/2013 | AL champs' only question mark is closer role
The Tigers, fresh off an American League title and hopeful of another World Series opportunity, have about as firm an Opening Day outlook as a club can hope for two weeks before Spring Training camp. All that's missing is a proven closer, though flame-throwing rookie Bruce Rondon could fill that role.

1/28/2013 | Once strong, Halos' system now needs restocking
On a Major League club with a high payroll and World Series expectations, it's only natural for a farm system's ranking to descend over time. But you don't expect a flat-out free fall. That, essentially, is what has happened to the Angels over the last eight years.

1/28/2013 | Jeter works out on field for first time since injury
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter worked out on a baseball field on Monday for the first time since breaking his left ankle in the 2012 American League Championship Series.

1/28/2013 | Ceda could factor in Marlins' bullpen equation
Jose Ceda, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery, is throwing without restrictions, and he could factor into the bullpen equation.

1/28/2013 | Phils sign Betancourt to Minors deal with camp invite
The Phillies announced Monday they have signed infielder Yuniesky Betancourt to a Minor League contract. The deal includes an invitation to big league camp in Clearwater, Fla.

1/28/2013 | Inbox: Pettitte to pitch for Team USA?
What is Andy Pettitte's status for the World Baseball Classic? Why didn't the Yankees pursue Justin Upton or Delmon Young? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers fans questions in his latest Inbox.

1/28/2013 | Rays reportedly sign second baseman Johnson
The Rays have agreed to a one-year contract with second baseman Kelly Johnson, according to a report by

1/28/2013 | Infield a formidable strength for Mets
The first installment of "Around the Horn" focuses on David Wright, Ike Davis and the infield, which will need to remain a strength for the Mets to compete in '13.

1/28/2013 | Comeback tries occur frequently but rarely succeed
As John Thorn, MLB's official historian, noted a year ago upon Andy Pettitte's return, "Players retire from baseball for any number of reasons. And when the itch comes back, it is sometimes emotional and sometimes financial." But rarely is it successful.

1/28/2013 | Gritty Grossman might develop some power
Astros prospect Robbie Grossman is a sturdy 6-foot, 205-pound 23-year-old from Cypress-Fairbanks High School in Texas.

1/28/2013 | Phillies bring back Durbin with one-year deal
The Phillies are bringing back a familiar face to fortify their bullpen. Sources told on Monday the Phils and right-hander Chad Durbin have agreed to terms on a one-year deal, pending a physical. The deal includes a club option for 2014.

1/28/2013 | Dodgers to launch network with Time Warner TV deal
The Dodgers and Time Warner Cable on Monday announced a cable television rights partnership that creates a new regional sports network, SportsNet LA, controlled by American Media Productions, a club subsidiary.

1/28/2013 | Blue Jays step to the front of AL East pack
The Blue Jays made the most noise in the American League East this offseason, turning the division into a wide-open chase for 2013 bragging rights.

1/28/2013 | Beinfest assesses state of Marlins as camp nears
For all of the changes the Marlins have made, one thing remains the same. "Our expectation is, we're going to play good baseball," Larry Beinfest said on Saturday.

1/28/2013 | MLB Notebook: Aramis impresses with XBH
With three triples, 27 home runs and a league-leading 50 doubles in 2012, Aramis Ramirez had a total of 80 extra-base hits in 630 plate appearances, for a percentage of 12.698. It was the third-highest mark for any third baseman who qualified for the batting title since 1893.

1/27/2013 | Nakajima quickly fitting in with new teammates
Of all the storied ballparks waiting to be visited by Hiroyuki Nakajima, the A's new shortstop just wants to see the one he'll call home this year.

1/27/2013 | Cespedes aiming to grow in sophomore season
It's hard to envision a better rookie campaign than the one Yoenis Cespedes put together for the A's in 2012. But the outfielder believes his sophomore season has the potential to trump it, so long as he remains healthy.

1/27/2013 | Repeat after them: A's primed to defend division title
Inside Oracle Arena, where A's players and staff convened for FanFest on Sunday, expectations of keeping the American League West crown in Oakland were heard loud and clear.

1/27/2013 | Return of Reds brings many smiles
It really is good to be back. That also was the general consensus amongst the members of the Reds Caravan Western Leg, assembled at Miami University Hamilton's Parrish Auditorium on Sunday.

1/27/2013 | Brewers still eyeing infield market
Brewers general manager Doug Melvin said he was still in talks with "a couple" of infielders and hinted that shortstop Alex Gonzalez remained a possibility to return.

1/27/2013 | Five won't be a crowd in Melvin's outfield plans
A's manager Bob Melvin thinks he'll manage just fine as he plans to dish out plenty of playing time to Coco Crisp and teammates Josh Reddick, Yoenis Cespedes, Chris Young and Seth Smith.

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