This is the March 27, 2013 news archive. View today's NL Central rumors and news.
NL Central News and Rumors
After about two months of negotiating a contract extension with right-hander Adam Wainwright, the Cardinals have reached an agreement that will keep Wainwright in St. Louis through 2018.Share Tweet
Forbes: Yankees ($2.3B) most valuable yet againNEW YORK (AP) -- Forbes estimated the New York Yankees have the highest value in Major League Baseball for the 16th straight year at $2.3 billion, and the average for an MLB team increased by 23 percent in the last year to $744 million.Share TweetFacing a Nationals club that did not feature a player on Washington's 40-man roster, the Cardinals cruised to a 10-1 win on Wednesday in what was Jaime Garcia's final tuneup before he makes his season debut against the D-backs next week.Share TweetThe Yankees on Wednesday claimed right-handed pitcher Sam Demel off waivers from the Astros and designated fellow righty Danny Otero for assignment.Share TweetLeft-hander Jeff Locke has won the competition to be the Pittsburgh Pirates' No. 5 starter.Share TweetNEW YORK (AP) -- Baseball analyst Tim McCarver says he will step down from his position at Fox after this season.Share Tweet
SI's 2013 Baseball PreviewOpening Day is just five days away. Get set for the season with team-by-team scouting reports, Tom Verducci's analysis of every club, our projected standings and much more.Share Tweet
NL East previews: NatsFor more of SI.com's 2013 Major League Baseball season preview coverage, click here.Share Tweetyahoo.com Mar 27, 2013While the Miami Marlins are doing everything they can to motivate fans to attend just one game during the 2013 season, the Milwaukee Brewers have managed to put together one of the more creative multi-game ticket plans we’ve seen. The Brewers are callinShare Tweet
Multiple playoff contenders? Consider NL CentralOver the past 10 seasons, the NL Central produced the most playoff teams of the three National League divisions, as well as the most NL pennant-winners. And once again in 2013, the odds are good that multiple playoff teams will come from the NL Central.Share Tweet