This is the February 3, 2013 news archive. View today's MLB rumors and news.
Congratulations to the Ravens, and thanks again for the handoff. Equipment trucks have arrived in Arizona and Florida, pitchers and catchers report soon, and MLB.com's gradual rollout of the coolest technology has begun, and there's much more to come.
MLB executive Ng visits new Mexico stadiumUpdated Feb 3 Share TweetMajor League Baseball senior vice president of baseball operations Kim Ng made an appearance at the Caribbean Series on Sunday, touring the brand-new Estadio Sonora and meeting with Caribbean Baseball Confederation president Juan Francisco Puello Herrer…Share TweetDominican shortstop Miguel Tejada homered in Sunday's much-anticipated game against Mexico, giving his Leones del Escogido a 2-0 lead and padding his own milestone.Share TweetLavonne "Pepper" Paire-Davis, a star of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League in the 1940s and an inspiration for the central character in the movie "A League of Their Own," has died, her son said Sunday.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThe New York Mets were closing in on a deal with right-hander Brandon Lyon on Sunday afternoon, a major league source told ESPNNewYork.com.
Central Missouri rolling at Astros in Action tourneyUpdated Feb 3 Share TweetDesignated hitter John Oropeza paced a 16-hit attack with four hits on Sunday, and the Mules defeated Arkansas Tech, 10-4, to win for the second consecutive night at Minute Maid Park.
Boston Is Really Bummed Out About The Super BowlUpdated Feb 3 Share TweetThis is almost too good to be true. It's taken only a handful of years for Title Town to completely revert back to the blubbering, blundering, sad-sack Boston we all know and love. It has been eight years since the Patriots won a Super Bowl. Eight! That…Source: deadspin.comShare TweetReport: Millwood calling it quits after 16 seasons
Report: Melky Cabrera will not participate in the World Baseball ClassicUpdated Feb 3 Share TweetWe’re one month away from the World Baseball Classic and the seemingly never-ending roster shuffling remains just that - never-ending. This time it’s the controversial Melky Cabrera - not to be confused again with Miguel Cabrera, he’s still playSource: yahoo.com
Don Banks: Elite or not, Flacco now stands alone; more SnapsFeb 3NEW ORLEANS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a most eventful and entertaining Super Bowl XLVII in the Superdome, a 34-31 Baltimore victory over San Francisco in the kind of knock-down, drag-out battle that brothers always seem to…
Super Bowl XLVII -- Ravens-49ers won't soon be forgottenFeb 3From a blackout to the 49ers' rally to Ray Lewis' last stand, it was a lights-out Super Bowl, writes John Clayton.