Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus said Wednesday in a local radio interview that he'll "see what happens" in terms of a possible contract extension with the Rangers."I think everybody has to be on the same page to get there," Andrus, 24, said on ESPN/103.3 FM's Ben & Skin Show when asked about a long-term deal with Texas. "I'm happy. I've still got two more years on my contract, and then we'll see what happens. We're still talking about it. That's all I can say. For sure, I would love to stay here. Hopefully, I can stay here for a long time."That may indicate he would want to test his value on the market.Andrus, whose agent is Scott Boras, will be one of the top free agents after the 2014 season.Peralta issues denialDetroit Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta said he has never used performance-enhancing drugs after his name was reportedly found in the records of the man who ran a Florida clinic being investigated by Major League Baseball.SI.com, citing unidentified sources, reports Peralta was listed in the records of Anthony Bosch, who operated the now-closed anti-aging clinic. Peralta says through attorney Barry Boss that he's never used PEDs -- "and anyone who says otherwise is lying."According to the SI.com report, Peralta was not directly tied to PEDs in the records.Helton DUI arrestRockies first baseman Todd Helton, a five-time All-Star, was arrested about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Denver suburb of Thornton and charged with drunken driving and careless driving.In a statement released by the Rockies, Helton, 39, said he's embarrassed and apologized to his family, the team and the community. "I humbly ask your forgiveness," he said.Helton considered retiring after last season but decided last month to return for the final season of his contract.Rare cardA rare 148-year-old baseball card discovered at a rural Maine yard sale has been auctioned for $92,000 in Biddeford, Maine.The card depicted the Brooklyn Atlantics amateur baseball club.The name of the buyer, who was at the auction house, was not released.The card isn't the same as a modern-day baseball card, which became common in the 1880s. Rather, it's an original photograph from 1865 mounted on a card, showing nine players and a manager.The Library of Congress has said it was aware of only two copies of the photo.In its book Baseball Americana, the Library of Congress calls the item the first dated baseball card, handed out in a gesture of bravado from the Brooklynites, who were dominant and won their league championships in 1861, 1864 and 1865.BrieflyGiants: Reliever Sergio Romo (4-2, 14 saves and a 1.79 ERA last year) agreed to a $9 million, two-year contract, avoiding salary arbitration. Romo made $1,575,000 last season. Twins: Pitcher Anthony Swarzak has two cracked ribs, the freak result of some ill-fated horseplay during a gathering with teammates at a fan festival last month. Swarzak will miss at least the first two weeks of spring training, a setback to his bid for a roster spot as a long reliever. Reds: The team avoided salary arbitration with its fifth starter when Mike Leake (8-9, 4.58 ERA) agreed to a one-year, $3.06 million deal. Three Reds still face arbitration: starters Mat Latos and Homer Bailey and outfielder Shin-Soo Choo.