Kuroda, Yankees set on 1-year deal
• Hiroki Kuroda is staying with the New York Yankees, agreeing to a $15 million, one-year contract.
Kuroda, who turns 38 in February, was the Yankees’ most consistent pitcher.
He went 16-11, tying for the team lead in wins, and led New York with 33 starts and 219⅔ innings.
• Ex-Indians right-hander Jeremy Guthrie, 33, agreed to a $25 million, three-year deal to return to the Kansas City Royals, solidifying another piece for what should be a retooled starting rotation next season. Guthrie will make $5 million in 2013, $11 million in 2014 and $9 million in 2015. He flourished at pitcher-friendly Kauffman Stadium, as he went 5-3 with a 3.16 ERA in 14 starts for the Royals.
• The Colorado Rockies traded left-handed pitcher Matt Reynolds to the Arizona Diamondbacks for corner infielder Ryan Wheeler.
• All-Star Game MVP Melky Cabrera finalized a $16 million, two-year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays.
• Free-agent reliever Joel Peralta finalized a $6 million, two-year contract to remain with the Tampa Bay Rays. The 36-year-old right-hander was 2-6 with a 3.63 ERA.
• The New York Yankees claimed right-hander Mickey Storey off waivers from the Houston Astros. The 26-year-old was 0-1 with a 3.86 ERA.
• Looking to add depth to the infield, the Seattle Mariners acquired versatile Robert Andino from the Baltimore Orioles in a trade for outfielder Trayvon Robinson.
• The Detroit Tigers released outfielder Ryan Raburn.
Beckham’s options may include China
• David Beckham says he has several enticing offers to continue his soccer career after he leaves the Los Angeles Galaxy next month. The English midfielder wasn’t specific about where his 20-year professional career will take him next. Worldwide speculation has linked Beckham to moves to Australia, China, Britain and France. Beckham only confirmed he won’t move to New York or another MLS team. Beckham says he’s leaving Los Angeles only because he reached every goal he set.
Camacho wounded, expected to survive
• Former champion boxer Hector “Macho” Camacho was seriously wounded Tuesday in a shooting outside San Juan, Puerto Rico, and doctors and his spokesman said he was expected to survive. At least one gunman opened fire on the 50-year-old Camacho and another man as they sat in a car in the city of Bayamon. The other man, whose relationship to the former boxer wasn’t immediately known, was killed, according to a statement from police. He was rushed to Centro Medico, the trauma center in San Juan, where he was in critical but stable condition.
• Coach Jeff Tedford was fired after 11 seasons at California that began with great promise and ended with a disappointing run of mediocrity. Tedford engineered an impressive turnaround for the Golden Bears after taking over a one-win team following the 2001 season. He won a school-record 82 games.
— From wire reports