Found March 10, 2013 on
Heff's Sports Blog:
SIGNED/RESIGNED: Trevor Crowe (CF), Phillip Humber (P), Carlos Pena (1B/DH), Erick Bedard (P), Rick Ankiel (OF)
TRADED FOR: Alex White (P), John Ely (P), Chris Carter (1B), Brad Peacock (P)
Jed Lowrie (SS)
Projected Divisional Standing
Fifth in AL West
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