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11/11/2012 | Valentine's passion for baseball still burns brightly
Bobby Valentine may not have succeeded in Boston, but he isn't ready to put baseball in his rear-view mirror just yet.

11/11/2012 | Iwakuma opts out of World Baseball Classic
Mariners right-hander Hishashi Iwakuma, who helped Japan win the 2009 World Baseball Classic, has decided not to pitch in the upcoming 2013 WBC tournament in order to prepare for his second season in the Major Leagues.

11/11/2012 | Harper should be named top National League rookie
Baseball had never had a player so hyped and so hounded so long before Bryce Harper's debut. Kudos to him, then, for turning in a season worthy of an award and for carrying himself in a respectable manner in the process.

11/10/2012 | Dickey addresses his future at humanitarian event
R.A. Dickey accepted the Branch Rickey Award for humanitarian service in baseball and related his story of perseverance to a group of Denver schoolchildren.

11/10/2012 | Twins sign reliever Wood, catcher Fryer to Minors deals
The Twins agreed to terms on Minor League deals with right-handed reliever Tim Wood and catcher Eric Fryer, the Twins announced Saturday. The deals include invitations to Major League Spring Training.

11/10/2012 | Matheny is a worthy successor to La Russa
Hired to fill the shoes vacated by future Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa in St. Louis, Mike Matheny answered most questions anyone could have had about whether the 41-year-old former big league catcher was ready to handle the field manager duties for one of the most storied franchises in baseball.

11/10/2012 | Compton UYA camp training umpires of the future
The Urban Youth Academy in Compton, Calif., held its annual MLB Umpire Camp this week, drawing a young and talented group of prospective arbiters who hail from diverse backgrounds and entry points to the game.

11/10/2012 | CC helps out with recovery effort following Sandy
CC Sabathia used his prized left arm for something other than retiring opposing hitters on Saturday, helping repaint the Hoboken Boys and Girls Club, which was ravaged by Hurricane Sandy.

11/10/2012 | Damon sharing baseball knowledge in Thailand
Johnny Damon is currently sharing his baseball knowledge and talents in Thailand for the World Baseball Classic qualifier, but he's hoping for another shot in the big leagues in 2013.

11/10/2012 | Molina captures second Platinum Glove Award
Yadier Molina has been collecting defensive honors since the 2012 season ended. On Friday, however, Molina received arguably the most prestigious defensive award yet.

11/10/2012 | Catcher Ross agrees to two-year deal with Red Sox
The Red Sox have bolstered their catching situation by signing David Ross to a two-year, $6.2 million deal that is pending a physical, has confirmed.

11/10/2012 | Versatile Green hoping for a callup to Oakland
Grant Green is playing in the Arizona Fall League for the third time and learning his fifth position, as he continues to grind his way up the Athletics' organizational chart.

11/10/2012 | McGwire wouldn't vote himself into Hall of Fame
New Dodgers hitting coach and former big league slugger Mark McGwire, who ranks 10th all-time with 583 home runs, said on Friday that he wouldn't vote himself into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

11/10/2012 | Dodgers mum on possible Ryu bid
The Dodgers would not comment on reports that they submitted the winning $25.7 million bid for Korean left-handed pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu.

11/10/2012 | Korean team accepts MLB club's bid for Ryu
The Hanwha Eagles announced Saturday that they will accept a bid of about $25.75 million for the rights to left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu, a 25-year-old who has been the top pitcher in the Korean Baseball Organization for several years.

11/10/2012 | Dodgers mum on possible Ryu bid
The Dodgers would not comment on reports that they submitted the winning $25.7 million bid for Korean left-handed pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu.

11/9/2012 | Washington 'humbled' by AFL Hall of Fame honor
Rangers manager Ron Washington was happy to make the commute from his Texas home for his induction Friday into the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame.

11/9/2012 | Determined Bonderman has comeback in mind
The scene around Jeremy Bonderman sounds like somebody warding off a midlife crisis. So do the words coming from him.

11/9/2012 | Panama hopes veteran presence propels team
A Panamanian team with a wealth of World Series experience is hoping players like All-Star Carlos Ruiz and shortstop Ruben Tejada can lead it past the upcoming qualifying round in the group's third World Baseball Classic.

11/9/2012 | Bell opens D-backs chapter with patented flair
Heath Bell made his D-backs debut, of sorts, on Friday at a charity golf tournament, and the club's new reliever made an entrance in typical Heath Bell fashion.

11/9/2012 | Hall wins Goldwater Community Service Award
D-backs CEO and President Derrick Hall has been named the 2012 recipient of the Goldwater Community Service Award and was recognized for the honor at the 29th Noche de Gourmet on Friday night in Phoenix.

11/9/2012 | Bourn turns down Braves' qualifying offer
As expected, Michael Bourn has rejected the Braves' qualifying offer. Friday's procedural move guarantees that the Braves will receive Draft pick compensation if Bourn signs with another club.

11/9/2012 | All nine players turn down qualifying offers
A total of nine players headed toward free agency were given qualifying offers to stay with their old clubs on Monday. All officially declined the offers, with eight heading to free agency after Friday's 5 p.m. ET deadline passed.

11/9/2012 | LaRoche rejects Nationals' qualifying offer
Adam LaRoche has declined the Nationals' qualifying offer, making the first baseman a free agent.

11/9/2012 | Sale of Giants in '92 paved way for renaissance
Anniversaries can simply mark the passage of time. Or they can symbolize something deeper. Come Saturday, 20 years will have passed since owners of National League franchises voted to approve the sale of the San Francisco Giants to an investor group led by Peter Magowan.

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