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2/12/2013 | Present, future arms come together in Marlins camp
Ricky Nolasco, a consistent and low-key starter, has quietly taken over the franchise record in wins (76), strikeouts (911) and games started (179). He will pave the way for 20-year-old top Marlins prospect Jose Fernandez, who works toward one goal: "I want to be the best."

2/12/2013 | Gallardo now Brewers' unquestioned staff ace
Yovani Gallardo is far and away Milwaukee's most accomplished starter, and will likely be the team's Opening Day starter for the fourth straight season.

2/12/2013 | Yogi not expected at Yankees camp
Yogi Berra is not planning to attend Spring Training with the Yankees this year because the 87-year-old Hall of Famer's travel has become limited. David Kaplan, the director of the Yogi Berra Museum in Montclair, N.J., said that Berra's health is good and that he plans on attending games at Yankee Stadium this season.

2/12/2013 | Former umpire Palermo steadfastly defies the odds
The heroic tale of a resilient man punished while doing a good deed isn't without its afflictions and moments of mental and physical torment. It hasn't been a smooth journey since the night that bullet pierced Steve Palermo's left kidney, ripped through his abdomen and struck his spinal cord.

2/11/2013 | Storylines abound as camps get under way
Spring Training 2013 gets under way with a seemingly unprecented number of teams believing their ready to compete for a championship, and a spin through Major League camps provides no shortage of storylines.

2/11/2013 | Kendrick isn't hindered by offseason surgery
Angels second baseman Howie Kendrick underwent a minor surgical cleanup of his right elbow this offseason, manager Mike Scioscia said on Monday.

2/11/2013 | Catcher Ellis won't take solid season for granted
A.J. Ellis hasn't forgotten those stories written back in the day describing his role as a Minor League journeyman insurance policy when Russell Martin was the Dodgers' All-Star catcher.

2/11/2013 | Busy Indians bring in Bourn with four-year deal
Michael Bourn is neither New York- nor Chicago-bound and instead agreed to a four-year, $48 million deal with the Indians, a source confirmed to on Monday.

2/11/2013 | Tigers to hold tryout camp on March 4
For many, the Tigers' tryout camp on March 4 in Lakeland, Fla., will be one more chance to keep the dream alive of playing baseball for a living.

2/11/2013 | Rockies, Fowler reach two-year contract agreement
The Rockies closed the book on arbitration for 2013 by working out an agreement with center fielder Dexter Fowler on a two-year, $11.6 million contract on Monday.

2/11/2013 | Gibson hopes Spring Training sparks competition
D-backs pitchers and catchers reported to Spring Training in Arizona on Monday with question marks at the back end of the rotation, but the bullpen largely set.

2/11/2013 | A's welcome Colon back into clubhouse
Bartolo Colon, who was suspended last season for testosterone, arrived at A's camp on Monday and was greeted warmly by his teammates.

2/11/2013 | De La Rosa says his arm feels 'perfect'
From the outside, left-hander Jorge De La Rosa is one of the Rockies' biggest questions this year. After two essentially lost seasons because of an elbow injury that required surgery, it's still unknown whether he can return to his place as one of the game's most effective left-handed pitchers.

2/11/2013 | Early arrivals reveal Nats' focus entering camp
Nationals pitchers and catchers are not scheduled to report for Spring Training until Wednesday, but one would think Monday was the report date with a number of early arrivals.

2/11/2013 | McCann likely to miss first two weeks of regular season
Now that Spring Training has arrived, Brian McCann seems to have accepted the fact that he could miss at least the first two weeks of the regular season.

2/11/2013 | De La Rosa clears waivers, heads to Triple-A Durham
Dane De La Rosa has cleared waivers and has been outrighted to Triple-A Durham. The right-hander will attend Major League Spring Training, bringing the total of players at camp to 65.

2/11/2013 | Dempster looking forward to facing AL lineups
There are starting pitchers out there who avoid the American League like the plague, knowing that it is a far more offensive-minded institution. But Ryan Dempster, who signed with the Red Sox as a free agent this winter, is the type of competitor who looks at such a challenge and says, "Bring it on."

2/11/2013 | Victorino to work extensively with Ellsbury
Shane Victorino is the only Red Sox position player who is playing in the World Baseball Classic. Because he's a newcomer to the team, manager John Farrell will try to get the right fielder as many reps as possible alongside center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury in the early weeks of camp.

2/11/2013 | Farrell looks forward to running Red Sox
Throughout their history, the Red Sox have never been known much for their speed, but under new manager John Farrell, Boston should, at the very least, be one of the most aggressive baserunning teams in the American League.

2/11/2013 | Sore elbow forces Madson to shut down rehab
Angels reliever Ryan Madson threw his fourth bullpen session of the offseason on Feb. 1, then experienced soreness for the next couple of days and followed up on Monday with Angels doctors, who advised him to temporarily shut it down.

2/11/2013 | Sky's the limit, and Strasburg has lofty goals
Now that he is 100 percent healthy, Stephen Strasburg is expected to be the Nationals' Opening Day starter and pitch at least 200 innings for the first time in his career.

2/11/2013 | Reds avoid arbitration with Choo, sign Hensley
The Reds and Shin-Soo Choo avoided arbitration on Monday, when Cincinnati signed the new outfielder to a one-year contract. The club also signed reliever Clay Hensley and invited him to Spring Training as a non-roster player.

2/11/2013 | Granderson open to contract extension
Curtis Granderson has not heard from the Yankees about a contract extension, but he is open to having the conversation.

2/11/2013 | Yanks may shift Gardner to center, Granderson to left
The Yankees are considering moving Curtis Granderson to left field and installing Brett Gardner in center field. Granderson said on Monday that he is on board with the idea.

2/11/2013 | Clean-shaven Aardsma looks to win bullpen job
For David Aardsma to have a chance at making the Yankees' bullpen this spring, he knew there was one important sacrifice to make: his goatee.

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