The retirement of a former All-Star right-hander headlines Wednesday's baseball news as exhibition games started across Arizona and Florida.
The next entry into our all-time single-season team series is the formerly Florida, currently Miami Marlins.
Carl Pavano, who helped the Marlins to a World Series title but spent four disappointing years battling injuries and ailments with the Yankees after signing a $39.95 million deal, hasn't been able to work out yet following a freak snow-shoveling accident.
Free agent right-hander Carl Pavano will miss 6-8 weeks after rupturing his spleen while shoveling snow.
The Mets have discussed pitchers Shaun Marcum, Carl Pavano and Chris Young.

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