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Posted: Thursday January 11, 2007 9:36AM; Updated: Thursday January 11, 2007 9:36AM
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Pedro Martinez won't pick up a ball until March and doesn't want to rush simply to return before the All-Star break.
Pedro Martinez won't pick up a ball until March and doesn't want to rush simply to return before the All-Star break.
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Pedro Martinez won't pick up a ball until March and doesn't want to rush simply to return before the All-Star break.
-- New York Post

According to one of Roger Clemens' agents, the chances of the Rocket returning to the mound this season are "more than 50-50," but it's likely to be a shortened season.
-- New York Post

Barry Bonds' buddies have become the biggest obstacle between the embattled slugger and the one-year, $20 million contract the Giants offered him more a month ago. Club executives are insisting the contract they offered to Bonds on Dec. 7 includes a proviso that would bar trainers, personal assistants, friends and other members of his entourage from the locker room at San Francisco's AT&T Park and other team facilities.
-- New York Daily News

The return of Mark Mulder, the presence of Chris Narveson, Braden Looper's willingness to start and the addition of Ryan Franklin will allow Cardinals GM Walt Jocketty to take a wait-and-see approach with pitcher Jeff Weaver. Agent Scott Boras hopes another team will sign Weaver out of desperation.
-- St. Louis Post-Dispatch

It's possible that Geoff Jenkins or Kevin Mench could be traded before opening day. The Brewers must do something to break up an outfield logjam that also includes Gabe Gross.
-- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

With the Padres offering only a minor-league deal to Brian Lawrence, Colorado still has a chance to sign the right-hander.
-- Denver Post

Frank Robinson is upset over two meetings he said he had late in the season, one with National president Stan Kasten and one with general manager Jim Bowden. He said Bowden told him his job was safe late in the season, and that Kasten, in a separate meeting, assured Robinson that he would always have a front-office job in Washington.
-- Washington Post

Bartolo Colon has successfully completed the first two phases of his rehabilitation from a rotator cuff tear and is scheduled to begin throwing in Arizona this week, Angels GM Bill Stoneman said. That doesn't guarantee that Colon will be ready to start the season.
-- Los Angeles Times

You won't be able to buy a ticket for under $10 on game day at Dodger Stadium next season, but you will be able to pay $40 for a bleacher seat and an endless supply of Dodger Dogs. The Dodgers are converting the right-field pavilion into an all-you-can-eat section.
-- Los Angeles Times

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