Found March 10, 2013 on Heff's Sports Blog:
Key Additions 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) Key Losses Jed Lowrie (SS) Projected Divisional Standing Fifth in AL West Please Comment with your opinions! If you have any questions, please email me at

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