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Share TweetWASHINGTON (AP) The Washington Nationals have agreed to terms with pitcher-turned-first baseman Micah Owings for a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training.Source: CNNSI.com
Source: Cubs' Marmol plans to report on timeUpdated Feb 6 Share TweetCarlos Marmol plans to be in spring training camp on time despite a domestic abuse allegation in the Dominican Republic that he denies, a source told ESPNChicago.com's Bruce Levine.Source: ESPN.com
In The Red Zone: Cincinnati added the leadoff hitter it has needed…Updated Feb 6 Share TweetCincinnati added the leadoff hitter it has needed for years and it may have found an in-house supplement to one of the NL's best staffs. Jay Jaffe breaks down the Reds' offseason.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetHold on, we already might have a winner: Cubs are asking fans to design logo for Wrigley’s 100th anniversary. Here’s my entry: twitter.com/mighty_flynn/s… - It's a long season. (@mighty_flynn) February 6, 2013 Now that's just sad. However, it also
Molina excited to represent Puerto Rico in ClassicUpdated Feb 6 Share TweetJose Molina sat out the first two World Baseball Classics, but two factors made this year's a priority. The 37-year-old Rays catcher wanted the opportunity to play alongside his brother, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, for the first time, and he also w…Source: MLB.comShare TweetMajor League Baseball's investigation into the widening Biogenesis scandal became more complicated Tuesday when four more players, including Brewers superstar Ryan Braun, were linked to the now-defunct Florida clinic alleged to have distributed performa…Source: MLB.com
Mike Krzyzewski still being courted by Team USA basketball, according to s…Feb 6Team USA basketball still is holding out hope that Mike Krzyzewski will remain the team's coach, according to sources.
NFL mailbag - Recovery drugs might be worth a lookFeb 6The NFL might be able do more when it comes to helping players recover from injury. Plus, answers to reader questions.