Durham will start the defence of their County Championship title with an away game against Northants on 13 April next year.
Middlesex opening batsman Sam Robson has signed a new two-year contract, keeping him at Lord's until the end of 2015.
Middlesex's young wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Rossington signs a new two-year contract with the club.
Middlesex seamer Toby Roland-Jones has surgery on a knee injury but is expected to be back bowling within two months.
Middlesex announce that they will not be offering new contracts to all-rounder Josh Davey and batsman Adam London.
BBC commentators select and give the lowdown on county cricket's best XI of 2013
Middlesex captain Chris Rogers says their batting must improve after only earning 32 batting bonus points this summer.
Gloucestershire sign left-arm spinner Tom Smith on a three-year deal following a three-month loan spell with the club
Seam bowler Corey Collymore says receiving a guard of honour on his final Middlesex appearance was "a nice gesture".
Seam bowler Corey Collymore is leaving Middlesex after the club decided not to offer him a new contract.
Yorkshire beat Middlesex by 80 runs to secure second place in their first season back in Division One.
Yorkshire build a 212-run lead over Middlesex, but saw their Championship challenge end as Durham win the title.
Bowler Harry Podmore signs a two-year contract with Middlesex after spending time in their academy and second XI.
Yorkshire's seamers dismiss Middlesex for 128 but their title hopes look over with Durham poised for victory over Notts.
Middlesex bowler Tim Murtagh says he is benefitting from his experience as he enjoys another successful year.
Yorkshire close on 109-3 against Middlesex as Andrew Gale's 66 rescues them from 1-2 before the bad weather.
Swansea-born Middlesex bowler James Harris says he has no regrets about leaving Glamorgan despite seeing his former side reach the Yorkshire Bank 40 final
Middlesex spinner Ravi Patel signs a new three-year contract, keeping him at the club until 2016.
Middlesex's Chris Rogers hits a fourth first-class hundred of the summer as his side draw with Nottinghamshire.
Rain throughout the day means no play is possible on day three of Middlesex against Nottinghamshire at Lord's.