New Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton says he has come to spring training at least 20 pounds lighter than usual, and partly credits the "juice lady," the Orange County Register reported.Hamilton, who signed a five-year, $125 million deal with the Angels after leaving the Texas Rangers in free agency, said he had given up bread as part of a fast he underwent for his church."The Lord kept waking me up in the middle of the night over a month and every time I'd wake up there'd be a doctor on [TV] talking about what you put in your body and how it makes you feel," Hamilton said. "And then the juice lady was on.... Now it's time for me to do my part."Hamilton might be referring to "The Juice Lady," nutrition author Cherie Calbom, according to Yahoo! Sports.Briefly Yankees: Closer Mariano Rivera, 43, said he's reached a decision on whether this will be his final season and plans to announce it before Opening Day. ...The Yankees added depth to their bullpen, acquiring right-hander Shawn Kelley from Seattle for minor league outfielder Abraham Almonte.... Catcher Francisco Cervelli says he consulted with Biogenesis of America LLC after a foot injury, but did not receive any treatment from the facility. Mariners: Fighting back tears while his hands trembled, Felix Hernandez signed a seven-year, $175 million contract during a news conference Wednesday that made him the highest-paid pitcher in baseball.Nationals: Davey Johnson, 70, is preparing for his final season as Washington manager before retiring, and says he's ready to "take the heat if we don't play well."Cardinals: Pitcher Adam Wainwright and the team have put contract talks on hold, though neither side expects many obstacles to a long-term deal.Reds: Rotation ace Johnny Cueto says he's fully recovered from the pulled muscles that scuttled his playoffs last year after only eight pitches.Bonds' appeal: A lawyer for Barry Bonds urged a federal appeals court in San Francisco on Wednesday to toss out the slugger's obstruction of justice conviction, saying a rambling answer he gave before a grand jury was not a crime. A federal jury in April 2011 found him guilty of obstruction for saying he was a "celebrity child" when asked about injecting steroids. Pirates: Infielder Brandon Inge agreed to a minor league contract and received in invitation to spring training.