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Weekend Digest: Lehigh Valley's new look; Cards pitcher in trouble over Twitter; Trout's record deal

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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Lehigh Valley IronPigs unveil new look - BLS

With the new look comes the merchandise, and it has become very popular. You like bacon? Why not get a t-shirt that smells like it?

The bacon hats and pants are only for Saturday home games.

Cardinals pitcher in trouble over inappropriate Twitter photos - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Rookie reliever Carlos Martinez is in hot water with his team after pornographic pictures were found on his Twitter account. He claims his account was hacked and it has since been scrubbed clean of the images.

Mike Trout gets record pre-arb deal - LA Times

The $1 million deal surpasses the previous record high of $900,000 given to Ryan Howard in 2007 and Albert Pujols in 2003. Meanwhile, Trout and the Angels continue to negotiate a long-term contract: Jeff Passan reports it could be in the neighborhood of 6 years/$125 million.

Carl Pavano announces retirement - ESPN

Another Expo calls it a career. Pavano logged 1,788.2 innings over 14 years with the Marlins, Indians, Twins, and an oft-ridiculed stint with the Yankees in addition to the Expos for whom he debuted in 1998.

Adam Dunn to attend the Oscars - ESPN

White Sox GM Rick Hahn and manager Robin Ventura both gave the OK for Dunn to attend. Dunn is an investor in the production company that made "Dallas Buyers Club"; he also had a cameo in the movie as a bartender.

Giants willing to share AT&T Park with the A's - San Jose Mercury

They'd do it under one condition, said team president/CEO Larry Baer, and that is if the A's "come up with a long-term plan" and as long as they leave San Jose to the Giants.

Now for your viewing pleasure, here's Carl Crawford faceplanting into second base.