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11/12/2013 | Fernandez to have limits loosened in 2014
The Marlins have yet to determine how many innings Jose Fernandez will throw next year, but 200 appears possible. The 21-year-old NL Rookie of the Year pitched 172 2/3 innings in 2013.

11/12/2013 | Outing likely ends Jungmann's second pro season
You can probably tie a bow on Taylor Jungmann's second professional season after the right-hander threw 56 pitches over two-plus innings Tuesday in the Arizona Fall League.

11/12/2013 | Melvin finishes third in AL Manager of the Year vote
Reigning American League Manager of the Year Bob Melvin finished third in voting for the 2013 award, as announced on MLB Network on Tuesday evening.

11/12/2013 | Yankees to play two spring games in Panama has confirmed that the Yankees and Marlins are finalizing plans for two split-squad games to be played on March 14 and 15 in Panama City, which will serve as a tribute to Mariano Rivera.

11/12/2013 | Farrell edged by Francona for AL Manager of Year
John Farrell guided the Red Sox to an American League East title while changing the mood of a clubhouse that had won only 69 games in 2012. But he couldn't beat out Terry Francona for the AL Manager of the Year Award. The former Red Sox skipper and first-year Indians manager was awarded the honor during a broadcast on MLB Network on Tuesday night, with Farrell finishing in second place and A's manager Bob Melvin coming in third.

11/12/2013 | Francona wins AL Manager of the Year Award
Terry Francona was rewarded Tuesday night for his incredible turnaround by earning the American League Manager of the Year Award in voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

11/12/2013 | Longtime scouting executive Clark to join Dodgers
The Dodgers are expected to announce the hiring of longtime scouting executive Roy Clark, who has worked for Dodgers president Stan Kasten in Atlanta and Washington.

11/12/2013 | Skippers Hurdle, Tito honored for turnarounds
Pittsburgh's Clint Hurdle led the Pirates into October for the first time since 1992 to win the National League Manager of the Year Award, and Terry Francona pushed the Indians into the postseason with a franchise-best turnaround in the standings to take the American League honor in voting results announced on Tuesday by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

11/12/2013 | Abreu joins rich history of Cuban ballplayers in Chicago
One of the things that has kept Minnie Minoso feeling young is the chance to watch other ballplayers from Cuba. He beamed when the White Sox won the World Series in '05 with Jose Contreras and Orlando Hernandez as leaders of the pitching staff. He welcomed Alexei Ramirez in '08 and Dayan Viciedo in '10, and was front and center when the team announced its deal with Jose Abreu.

11/12/2013 | Astros to meet with Draft favorite Rodon
The Astros are sending a contingent to meet with North Carolina State left-hander Carlos Rodon, who's considered the leading candidate to be taken No. 1 overall by the club in next year's First-Year Player Draft.

11/12/2013 | Bucs' resurgence earns Hurdle NL Manager of the Year
Clint Hurdle, always quick to defer credit to his players for his team's success, can't pass the buck on this one. The Pirates skipper has been selected 2013 National League Manager of the Year, an overwhelming choice in voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

11/12/2013 | DeRosa to retire after 16 big league seasons
Veteran infielder Mark DeRosa has informed the Blue Jays that he has decided to retire after 16 years in the Major Leagues.

11/12/2013 | Hale to remain part of A's coaching staff
Chip Hale, regarded in baseball circles as a manager in the making, is set to return to Oakland as bench coach for the 2014 season, his agent said Tuesday. A's manager Bob Melvin expects to bring back all of his coaches for next season.

11/12/2013 | d'Arnaud makes quick, lasting impression on Mets
Though Travis d'Arnaud didn't meet offensive expectations, he shone on defense, and the Mets consider him their backstop of the future.

11/12/2013 | Orioles sign Guatemalan outfielder Montes
The Orioles have signed Guatemalan outfielder Juan Diego Montes to a Minor League deal, according to various reports on Tuesday afternoon.

11/12/2013 | Haren has high hopes for Nationals' rotation
Though published reports have Dan Haren linked to the Giants and Yankees, he is not close to signing with any team, but one team to which Haren will not be linked is the Nationals. But the righty knows Washington has a strong rotation, as well as attractive trade pieces that could make it even stronger.

11/12/2013 | Fredi falls short in Manager of the Year balloting
The Baseball Writers' Association of America rewarded Pittsburgh's Clint Hurdle with his first NL Manager of the Year Award on Tuesday night. Braves skipper Fredi Gonzalez finished third in the balloting, just behind Los Angeles' Don Mattingly.

11/12/2013 | Mattingly runner-up in NL Manager of Year vote
Dodgers skipper Don Mattingly came up short in voting for the National League's Manager of the Year Award, finishing second to Pittsburgh's Clint Hurdle on Tuesday.

11/12/2013 | Cardinals unlikely to empty farm for shortstop help
The Cardinals' enviable trade chips and financial flexibility have fueled media speculation about the potential for the Cardinals to go big -- and after Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki. While the Cardinals are exhausting their shortstop search, there is no indication that they have zeroed in on Tulowitzki.

11/12/2013 | Toronto may look to open market for rotation help
The Blue Jays have at least a few holes on their roster that need to be fixed, but there's little doubt that the more glaring need can be found on the mound.

11/12/2013 | Catching situation up in the air for Minnesota
With Joe Mauer moving to first base, the Twins are left with an interesting decision behind the plate for next year, as they can turn to their current crop of catchers or add a veteran backstop via free agency or trade.

11/12/2013 | Rangers hire Molina to round out 2014 staff
The Rangers have hired former Major League catcher Bengie Molina as their first-base coach. Molina, who won two Gold Gloves during his 13-year Major League career, will also instruct the catchers.

11/12/2013 | Simmons on path to becoming defensive royalty
Andrelton Simmons, recipient of a Rawlings Platinum Glove, just completed his first full season in the Majors, which means he could win this award again. And then again, and then enough times after that to have somebody name either this or some other fielding award in his honor someday.

11/12/2013 | Good as it gets: Fernandez future face of big leagues
Jose Fernandez might already be the face of a franchise, one that has needed to change the conversation about where it was going and how it was going to get there. But that's just the beginning. Fernandez is headed toward being one of the faces of Major League Baseball.

11/12/2013 | Wainwright shouldered big load in worthy campaign
Named a finalist for the National League Cy Young Award, Adam Wainwright is assured a top-three finish for an award that he fell just short of winning in 2009 and '10. And now, as was the case then, Wainwright has the season credentials for serious consideration.

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