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  • • Upton added to AL All-Star roster
    Major League Baseball announced today the selections of seven players to the active All-Star rosters as replacements for All-Stars unable to participate in Tuesday's 88th Midsummer Classic. Newly-named American League All-Stars include Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Chris Archer, Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Canó, Houston Astros r...
  • • Wood added to NL All-Star roster
    Major League Baseball announced today the selections of seven players to the active All-Star rosters as replacements for All-Stars unable to participate in Tuesday's 88th Midsummer Classic. Newly-named American League All-Stars include Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Chris Archer, Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Canó, Houston Astros r...
  • • Villa's first pitch at Yankee game better than Schweini's for Cubs?
    It's been quite a week for World Cup winners throwing out first pitches in Major League Baseball. Bastian Schweinsteiger did the honours for the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night. On Wednesday, David Villa, who just signed a new contract to remain with New York City FC in MLS next season, took the hill ahead of the New York Yankees' game agai...
  • • Peterson to see time at 3B with Adonis on DL
    Braves infielder Jace Peterson got an early start preparing for Wednesday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays at SunTrust Park. Peterson was on the field nearly five hours before game time taking ground balls at third base with Braves third-base coach Ron Washington....
  • • Tribe acquires reliever Smith from Blue Jays
    The Cleveland Indians are acquiring right-handed reliever Joe Smith from the Toronto Blue Jays, a source told MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi. The deal was first reported by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal. Neither club has confirmed the report....
  • • Kevin Pillar Is Suspended 2 Games for Anti-Gay Slur
    The Toronto Blue Jays suspended Pillar after he yelled the slur at Atlanta Braves pitcher Jason Motte during a game Wednesday night....
  • • Alford talks Tebow; Donaldson, Pearce improving
    Nobody understands the challenges New York Mets Minor Leaguer Tim Tebow is facing in his transition from the football field to the baseball field better than Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Anthony Alford....
  • • Left elbow inflammation forces Happ to DL
    The Toronto Blue Jays placed left-handed pitcher J.A. Happ on the 10-day disabled list with left elbow inflammation, retroactive to Monday, and recalled utility man Ty Kelly from Triple-A Buffalo, the club announced Tuesday....
  • • John Gibbons calls for Chris Archer to be suspended for throwing at Jose Bautista
    Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons is going to bat for his guys.In the first inning of Toronto’s 3-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday, Rays starter Chris Archer threw the first pitch of an at-bat behind Jays slugger Jose Bautista, prompting a tense staredown between the two and a warning from home plate umpire Jim Wolf.After the game, ...
  • • Young Tulo among SF Pinch, Hit & Run winners
    On Saturday morning, 22 youngsters took the field at AT&T Park to test their skills on the diamond as part of MLB's Pitch, Hit & Run competition. Taking home the first-place prize in the age 7/8 softball division was Morgan Hill, Calif., native Kayla Tulowitzki, the cousin of Toronto Blue Jays star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki....
  • • Lingering issues for each 2016 MLB postseason team
    Hopes spring eternal this time of the year across most camps in Major League Baseball, as the spring washes away the lost ambitions of the previous summer. Yet in the same vein, it also can carryover outdated expectations of prior successes as well. In 2016, only two teams that had won their division the previous year were able to repeat (Dodgers &...
  • • Young Tulo among SF Pinch, Hit & Run winners
    On Saturday morning, 22 youngsters took the field at AT&T Park to test their skills on the diamond as part of MLB's Pitch, Hit & Run competition. Taking home the first-place prize in the age 7/8 softball division was Morgan Hill, Calif., native Kayla Tulowitzki, the cousin of Toronto Blue Jays star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki....
  • • Five MLB managers on the hot seat early in 2017
    It’s barely the third week of regular season play so take some of these discussions with a grain of salt.Disregarding the small sample size introduced to us so far, there are still some concerns surfacing for teams around the MLB world.From a team that should easily dominate its way into postseason play once again to a team that simply can’t hit, t...
  • • Have the Toronto Blue Jays cheated death?
    It was not too long ago that the obituary for the 2017 Toronto Blue Jays was all but written: “The Blue Jays, recent champions of the American League East division, died suddenly in May of 2017, following a sudden and brutal April debut. Major League Baseball’s last remain Canadian outpost was celebrating its 40th season and hopeful for a continued...
  • • Report: Nationals in the market for a closer
    With a huge lead in the National League East, it’s safe to say that the Washington Nationals are going to be buyers as the MLB trade season heats up.Something they’d like to secure is a solid closer. Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that the Nats have discussed many options.“They have spoken internally about many possibilities, though, including...

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