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The Cardinals have renewed their focus on Latin America, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes.
The Cardinals had five players file for arbitration, slightly higher than the league average.
Jen Langosch of MLB.com writes the Cardinals have some questions in the middle infield.
The Brewers signed 37-year-old Kelvim Escobar to a minor league deal last week. Escobar has made one major league appearance since 2007, writes Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
A growing list of players will represent Milwaukee in the World Baseball Classic.
Fans are designing uniforms for a pair of exhibition games the team will play. Interesting concept, and saves a pretty penny on graphic designers.
After a dismal year in 2012, the Cubs are thinking playoffs next season, say GM Theo Epstein and manager Dale Sveum. (Chicago Tribune video)
Renovations for iconic Wrigley Field could be unveiled this week at the annual Cubs Convention.
Joining Pirates closer Jason Grilli, American born Anthony Rizzo will play for Team Italy in the WBC.
The defending division champion Reds do not have a scheduled Sunday night game on ESPN, though the team could still appear in prime time late in the season.
The Reds are still waiting to hear from Scott Rolen as to whether the third baseman plans to continue his playing career or retire.
Joey Votto and Todd Frazier are under scrutiny in Cincinnati, according to Mark Sheldon of MLB.com.
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