Found February 19, 2013 on Heff's Sports Blog:
Key Additions SIGNED/RESIGNED: Nate McLouth (OF), Nolan Reimold (OF), Tommy Hunter (RHP), Matt Wieters (C), Chris Davis (INF), Troy Patton (LHP), Brian Matusz (LHP), Joel Pineiro (RHP), Jim Johnson (RHP), Jason Hammel (RHP), Darren O'Day (RHP),  TRADED FOR: Trayvon Robinson (OF),  Key Losses Ronny Paulino (C), Jim Thome (DH) Projected Divisional Standing Third in AL East Please Comment with your opinions! If you have any questions, please email me at mattheffler13@gmail.com
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