>>Campana Tears ACL
(Chicago, IL) -- White Sox outfielder Tony Campana has reportedly torn his ACL. According to ESPN.com, Campana suffered the injury while working out in advance of spring training. The 28-year-old Campana was with the team on a minor league deal that included an invite to spring training.
>>Rodriguez Apologizes To Yankees
(Bronx, NY) -- Alex Rodriguez issued an apology to the New York Yankees during a meeting with team brass on Tuesday. According to a joint statement, Rodriguez met with general partner Hal Steinbrenner, team president Randy Levine, general manager Brian Cashman and others at Yankee Stadium. During the meeting, which was initiated by Rodriguez, he apologized to the club for his "actions over the past several years." The 39-year-old Rodriguez is returning this year after being suspended for the entire 2014 season for using performance-enhancing drugs.
>>Report: Marlins Tabbed As 2017 All-Star Host
(Undated) -- Baseball's best players will be on display in Miami in 2017. The "Miami Herald" reports Major League Baseball is expected to tab Marlins Park as the host site for the 2017 All-Star Game. It will be the first Midsummer Classic played in Florida. The Marlins were originally given the All-Star Game in 2000, but due to uncertainty with the franchise it was awarded to the Braves. The Reds are set to host the All-Star Game this season.
>>Tigers Hoping "V-Mart" Ready By Opening Day
(Detroit, MI) -- The Detroit Tigers are hopeful slugger Victor Martinez will be ready for Opening Day after having knee surgery on Tuesday. The 36-year-old designated hitter had a torn left meniscus repaired and is expected to resume full activity in four-to-six weeks. "V-Mart" was hurt during offseason workouts late last month. The American League MVP runner-up signed a four-year, 68-million-dollar contract this offseason to remain with Detroit. In his third season with the Tigers last year, Martinez hit .335 with a career-high 32 home runs as the Tigers captured their fourth consecutive American League Central Division title.