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1/18/2013 | Royals, Hochevar agree to avoid arbitration
Pitcher Luke Hochevar came to terms with the Royals on Friday for a one-year, $4,560,000 contract. The deal came before the announcement of the terms exchanged by players who filed for salary arbitration and their clubs.

1/18/2013 | Axford among trio to avoid arbitration with Brewers
The Brewers avoided arbitration with all three of their unsigned players Friday, agreeing to one-year contracts with right-handers John Axford, Burke Badenhop and Marco Estrada.

1/18/2013 | Indians sign Perez, Smith to one-year deals
The Indians sidestepped arbitration with Chris Perez and Joe Smith, signing both relievers to one-year pacts on Friday. Perez will earn $7.3 million for the 2013 campaign and Smith will merit $3.15 million, a source confirmed to MLB.com.

1/18/2013 | 'Bloody Sock' should be on display in Hall of Fame
Curt Schilling is selling the bloody sock he wore during the 2004 World Series to the highest bidder. It's too bad the iconic item won't be permanently loaned to the Hall of Fame instead.

1/18/2013 | Bastardo signs one-year contract with Phillies
The Phillies took care of their only arbitration-eligible player Friday afternoon, signing left-hander Antonio Bastardo to a one-year, $1.4 million contract that includes award bonuses.

1/18/2013 | Bucs cut arbitration list in half with two deals
First basemen Garrett Jones and Gaby Sanchez agreed to one-year contracts on Friday with the Pirates, who exchanged salary figures with two other players eligible for arbitration -- second baseman Neil Walker and right-hander James McDonald.

1/18/2013 | Nats reach deals with five, with one case remaining
The Nationals were busy Friday, signing Ross Detwiler, Ian Desmond, Roger Bernadina and Tyler Clippard to one-year deals, while inking Craig Stammen to a two-year, $2.25 million contract.

1/18/2013 | White Sox reach new deals with Beckham, De Aza
The White Sox avoided arbitration with their two remaining eligible players, Gordon Beckham and Alejandro De Aza, by agreeing to one-year deals on Friday.

1/18/2013 | Lowrie, Norris, Wright agree; Astros avoid arbitration
The Astros reached agreements Friday with all three of their arbitration-eligible players, signing shortstop Jed Lowrie to a one-year, $2.4 million contract, right-hander Bud Norris to a one-year, $3 million deal and left-hander Wesley Wright to a one-year contract. Terms of the Wright deal weren't disclosed.

1/18/2013 | Heyward, four other Braves avoid arbitration
The Braves entered Friday with the hope of reaching an agreement with each of their six unsigned arbitration-eligible players. By the end of the day, Martin Prado remained the only member of the group unaware of what his salary will be for the upcoming season.

1/18/2013 | In time, Didi's talents will shine with Arizona
With outstanding agility, balance, coordination, strength, physical proportion and rhythm, Didi Gregorius has the potential to be D-backs' shortstop of the future.

1/18/2013 | Blue Jays avoid arbitration with Thole, Happ, Bonifacio
The Blue Jays were able to skip the arbitration process by signing Josh Thole, J.A. Happ and Emilio Bonifacio prior to Friday's deadline to exchange salary figures.

1/18/2013 | Bucs' double-play combo eager for 2013 season
Neil Walker and Clint Barmes return as the Bucs' double-play combo, with Josh Harrison set to back up and prospects Chase d'Arnaud and Jordy Mercer to fight for time.

1/18/2013 | Classic underscores baseball's global reach
Bauman: The World Baseball Classic has been a showcase of baseball's immense global reach. The best part of the Classic has been, to put it directly, the baseball itself.

1/18/2013 | It's been a busy offseason for double-play combos
With change and uncertainty surrounding several top double-play duos throughout the winter, the middle infield will remain a focus as teams hit the fields in Arizona and Florida for Spring Training.

1/18/2013 | Showcase offers a feast of international prospects
The MLB Prospect International Showcase was a scene unlike any other in the history of international scouting: a baseball festival complete with local dignitaries, Major League Baseball legends, hundreds of family and friends and scouts representing all 30 teams.

1/18/2013 | 'Eight-Year Guys' make Fantasy Camp annual event
For eight men, including Jeff Johnson and Dave Weekly, a one-time visit to Fantasy Camp stretched to two, then three, and soon they had eight under their belts.

1/18/2013 | Padres agree to terms with Thatcher, Cabrera
The Padres continued to plug away at reaching deals with their eight arbitration-eligible players.

1/18/2013 | Twins Caravan makes stop at event for new affiliate
The first leg of the 53rd annual Twins Caravan came to a close on Thursday night with a special ceremony involving the club's new Class A affiliate: the Cedar Rapids Kernels.

1/18/2013 | Perez among six Indians to avoid arbitration
On Friday, Cleveland announced that it used one-year contracts to avoid arbitration with closer Chris Perez, starter Justin Masterson, outfielder Drew Stubbs, catcher Lou Marson and relievers Joe Smith and Matt Albers.

1/18/2013 | 'Eight-Year Guys' make Fantasy Camp an annual event
For eight men, including Jeff Johnson and Dave Weekly, a one-time visit to Fantasy Camp stretched to two, then three, and soon they had eight under their belts.

1/18/2013 | Padres agree to terms with Thatcher, Cabrera
The Padres continued to plug away at reaching deals with their eight arbitration-eligible players.

1/18/2013 | Twins Caravan makes stop at event for new affiliate
The first leg of the 53rd annual Twins Caravan came to a close on Thursday night with a special ceremony involving the club's new Class A affiliate: the Cedar Rapids Kernels.

1/18/2013 | Indians, Stubbs avoid arbitration with one-year deal
On Thursday night, the Indians reportedly avoided arbitration with outfielder Drew Stubbs -- one of the team's seven eligible players. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reported the one-year agreement to be worth $2.825 million with as much as $50,000 also available through performance bonuses.

1/17/2013 | Kemp named grand marshal for MLK parade
Matt Kemp will serve as celebrity grand marshal for the 28th annual Kingdom Day Parade in recognition of Martin Luther King Day. The parade will be held Saturday in South Los Angeles.


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