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- The White Sox signed Peter Bourjos, and it seems like he has a good chance of earning a roster spot.
- Here is a look at everything happening around the American League Central.
- At least one team has offered Travis Wood a major league contract, though that unidentified team wants Wood to serve as a starting pitcher.
- Chris Tillman isn’t expecting a contract extension from the Orioles before the start of Spring Training, according to PressBox Baltimore’s Rich Dubroff.
- The Nationals signed free agent pitcher Vance Worley to a minor league contract, the club announced.
- The Blue Jays and White Sox have discussed a trade involving closer David Robertson, according to Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe.
- Kansas City has become even more interested in free agent starter Jason Hammel following the sudden passing of Yordano Ventura, according to Cafardo.
- The Twins, Indians and Blue Jays are among the clubs interested in free agent reliever Craig Breslow, according to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal.
- Los Angeles signed Ike Davis to a minor league deal, according to Baseball America’s Matt Eddy.
- Colorado designated Eddie Butler for assignment to make room for newly signed Greg Holland on the 40-man roster.
- The Cubs signed Manny Parra to a minor league deal, the club announced.
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Today in baseball: On this day in 2002, the Astros signed Lance Berkman to a three-year deal.