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Mon Nov 417:21Braves re-sign Markakis, Flowers, decline Teheran optionJosh Donaldson3BBravesFree Agent
Tyler FlowersCBravesFree Agent
Nick MarkakisRFBravesFree Agent
Chris MartinRPBravesFree Agent
Julio TeheranSPBravesFree Agent
ATLANTA (AP) — The Braves have re-signed outfielder Nick Markakis and catcher Tyler Flowers to $4 million, one-year contracts for 2020 after declining their team options.The team also declined a club option for longtime starting pitcher Julio Teheran, likely signaling the end of his tenure with the Braves, and made a $17.8 million qualifying offer to free agent third baseman Josh Donaldson.The deals for Markakis and Flowers were essentially a financial wash. Both players made $4 million last season and had club options of $6 million for 2020. The team will pay $2 million buyouts to each and their new deal ensures both will take home a total of $6 million to remain in Atlanta another season.Teheran became the first pitcher to make six straight opening-day starts for Atlanta, but the team opted against exercising a $12 million option for 2020, instead paying a $1 million buyout. The move was not unexpected after Teheran was left off the postseason roster after going 10-11 with a 3.81 ERA, though he was added back to the squad after Chris Martin was injured.Teheran completed a $32.4 million, six-year contract and becomes a free agent.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Mon Nov 417:21Beltrán: Need to be "best friend" to Mets' GM as managerRobert GsellmanRPMetsFree Agent
Seth LugoRPMetsFree Agent
Zack WheelerSPMetsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Carlos Beltrán was back in familiar blue pinstripes Monday, buttoning up a New York Mets uniform while standing next to his new boss, Brodie Van Wagenen.The first-time manager is taking over following a tenuous season at Citi Field, and his plan to calm the clubhouse works from the top down. That means Van Wagenen isn't just getting a new employee."When you're a manager, literally, your GM has to be your best friend," he said.Beltrán was introduced as Mets manager by Van Wagenen and Mets Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon during a news conference in Queens. Beltrán, who spent seven of his 20 seasons as a player with the Mets, identified inconsistency as the culprit for New York's rocky and disappointing 86-win season.His solution: More cool-headed communication.That's been an issue in Flushing. Recently fired manager Mickey Callaway was fined by the Mets for cursing out at a beat reporter in June, and the next day, it took him two news conferences to issue an apol... [More]
Mon Nov 417:21Yankees' Tyler Lyons elects to become free agentJake BarrettRPYankeesFree Agent
Jacoby EllsburyCFYankeesFree Agent
Jonathan HolderRPYankeesFree Agent
Tyler LyonsRPYankeesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Tyler Lyons, who earned a spot on the New York Yankees' postseason roster as a left-handed reliever, refused an outright assignment to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and elected to become a free agent.The 31-year-old was released by Pittsburgh in August and signed with New York. He struck out 12 and walked two in 8 2/3 innings during 11 appearances with the Yankees in September. He made one appearance each in the Division Series against Minnesota and the Championship Series vs. Houston, striking out four over 1 2/3 hitless innings.New York reinstated third baseman Miguel Andújar, first baseman Greg Bird, right-handers Jonathan Holder and Jake Barrett and outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury from the 60-day injured list on Monday and assigned Barrett outright to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.Ellsbury has not played since 2017 because of a variety of ailments. He is owed $21,142,857 next year in the final guaranteed season of a $153 million, seven-year contract, which includes a $5 million buyout of a $21 million option for 2021.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Mon Nov 417:01Cubs decline $5 million option on reliever David PhelpsDavid PhelpsRPCubsFree Agent
Allen WebsterSPCubsFree Agent
CHICAGO (AP) — The Cubs have declined their $5 million option on reliever David Phelps.The 33-year-old right-hander was 2-1 with one save and a 3.18 ERA in 24 appearances with the Cubs after he was acquired from Toronto at the trade deadline. He is 32-34 with six saves and a 3.86 ERA over seven seasons with the New York Yankees, Miami, Seattle, Toronto and the Cubs.Chicago also selected right-hander Colin Rea's contract from Triple-A Iowa on Monday and sent right-hander Allen Webster outright to the minor league club.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Mon Nov 416:41Indians let All-Star pitcher Salazar & 3 others go freeCody AndersonSPIndiansFree Agent
A.J. ColeRP/SPIndiansFree Agent
Tyler OlsonRPIndiansFree Agent
Danny SalazarSPIndiansFree Agent
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Indians have given up on former All-Star Danny Salazar, whose career has been sidetracked by injuries.Salazar was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list Monday and refused an outright assignment to Triple-A Columbus, electing to become a free agent.Relievers Tyler Olson, A.J. Cole and starter Cody Anderson also were reinstated and went free after refusing outright assignments.Salazar made the AL All-Star team in 2016 before shoulder problems set him back. The right-hander did not pitch at all in 2018 following surgery, but worked his way up and pitched four innings against Houston on Aug. 1.However, he later revealed he had hurt his groin before the appearance and later asked the team for more time awayThe 29-year-old went 38-33 in 104 starts for Cleveland.Olson struggled this season after being a solid lefty for manager Terry Francona. He went 1-1 with a 4.40 ERA in 39 games.Cole made the Indians' roster in training camp. He finished 3-1 with a 3.81 ERA and one save in 25 games.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Mon Nov 416:11Brewers trade Anderson to Blue Jays, allow Thames to go freeChase AndersonSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Isan Díaz2BMarlinsFree Agent
Aaron Hill3BGiantsFree Agent
Seunghwan OhRPRockiesFree Agent
Jean SeguraSSPhilliesFree Agent
Eric Thames1B/PH/RFBrewersFree Agent
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Brewers cut $15 million in payroll for next season, trading right-hander Chase Anderson to the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday for prospect Chad Spanberger and declining a $7.5 million option on first baseman Eric Thames.Anderson was 8-4 with a 4.21 ERA in 27 starts and five relief appearances. Milwaukee had planned to decline his $8.5 million option, which would have made him eligible for salary arbitration.Thames, who turns 33 on Sunday, hit .247 with 25 homers and 61 RBIs in 149 games last season. He will receive a $1 million buyout.Signed to $16 million, three-year contract after establishing himself in the South Korean League, Thames hit 59 homers in three seasons with Milwaukee.While Thames does not have six years of major league service, his contract included a provision stating he would become a free agent when the deal ended."We'll continue to be in touch with Eric and his agent and we'll see if there's a fit at some point later in the offseason but at this ... [More]
Mon Nov 416:01Brewers trade Anderson to Blue Jays, allow Thames to go freeChase AndersonSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Isan Díaz2BMarlinsFree Agent
Aaron Hill3BGiantsFree Agent
Seunghwan OhRPRockiesFree Agent
Jean SeguraSSPhilliesFree Agent
Eric Thames1B/PH/RFBrewersFree Agent
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Brewers cut $15 million in payroll for next season, trading right-hander Chase Anderson to the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday for prospect Chad Spanberger and declining a $7.5 million option on first baseman Eric Thames.Anderson was 8-4 with a 4.21 ERA in 27 starts and five relief appearances. Milwaukee had planned to decline his $8.5 million option, which would have made him eligible for salary arbitration.Thames, who turns 33 on Sunday, hit .247 with 25 homers and 61 RBIs in 149 games last season. He will receive a $1 million buyout.Signed to $16 million, three-year contract after establishing himself in the South Korean League, Thames hit 59 homers in three seasons with Milwaukee.While Thames does not have six years of major league service, his contract included a provision stating he would become a free agent when the deal ended."We'll continue to be in touch with Eric and his agent and we'll see if there's a fit at some point later in the offseason but at this ... [More]
Mon Nov 415:11Beltrán: Need to be "best friend" to Mets' GM as managerRobert GsellmanRPMetsFree Agent
Seth LugoRPMetsFree Agent
Zack WheelerSPMetsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Carlos Beltrán was back in familiar blue pinstripes Monday, buttoning up a New York Mets uniform while standing next to his new boss, Brodie Van Wagenen.The first-time manager is taking over following a tenuous season at Citi Field, and his plan to calm the clubhouse works from the top down. That means Van Wagenen isn't just getting a new employee."When you're a manager, literally, your GM has to be your best friend," he said.Beltrán was introduced as Mets manager by Van Wagenen and Mets Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon during a news conference in Queens. Beltrán, who spent seven of his 20 seasons as a player with the Mets, identified inconsistency as the culprit for New York's rocky and disappointing 86-win season.His solution: More cool-headed communication.That's been an issue in Flushing. Recently fired manager Mickey Callaway was fined by the Mets for cursing out at a beat reporter in June, and the next day, it took him two news conferences to issue an apol... [More]
Sun Nov 322:50Cubs exercise Rizzo's $16.5M option, decline Morrow, BarnettTony BarnetteRPCubsFree Agent
Yu DarvishSPCubsFree Agent
Kendall GravemanSPCubsFree Agent
Jason HeywardCF/RFCubsFree Agent
Derek HollandRP/SPCubsFree Agent
Craig KimbrelRPCubsFree Agent
Brandon MorrowRPCubsFree Agent
Anthony Rizzo1BCubsFree Agent
CHICAGO (AP) — The Cubs have exercised a $16.5 million option for next season on first baseman Anthony Rizzo and declined options on right-handers Brandon Morrow, Tony Barnette and Kendall Graveman.Rizzo, who won his third Gold Glove on Sunday, agreed in 2013 to a $41 million, seven-year contract that included two club options. He would have received a $2 million buyout if the option had been declined.Chicago's option for 2021 also is for $16.5 million with a $2 million buyout. If that is exercised, the deal would be worth $72 million over nine seasons.Morrow's option was for $12 million, and he will receive a $3 million buyout. Barnett and Graveman both had options for $3 million.Rizzo hit .293 with 27 homers and 94 RBIs this year, ending a streak of four 100-RBI seasons. He finished among the top four in NL MVP voting in 2015 and 2016.On Saturday, the Cubs exercised their $11.5 million option for 2020 on left-hander José Quintana and declined their $6.5 million option on lefty Der... [More]
Sun Nov 322:40Arenado, Gordon get 7th Gold Gloves, Greinke 6thNick AhmedSSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1B/CF/RFDodgersFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
Lorenzo CainCFBrewersFree Agent
Matt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Alex GordonLFRoyalsFree Agent
Zack GreinkeSPAstrosFree Agent
Kevin KiermaierCFRaysFree Agent
Mike LeakeSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Francisco LindorSSIndiansFree Agent
Matt Olson1BAthleticsFree Agent
David PeraltaLFDiamondbacksFree Agent
J.T. RealmutoCPhilliesFree Agent
Anthony Rizzo1BCubsFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado won his seventh straight Gold Glove and pitcher Zack Greinke earned his sixth in a row, getting the National League honor for the fourth months he spent with Arizona before he was traded to Houston.Kansas City left fielder Alex Gordon, who became a free agent this weekend, won his seventh overall and third in a row.Other multiple winners in the AL announced Sunday included Boston right fielder Mookie Betts (four), Tampa Bay center fielder Kevin Kiermaier (three), Oakland first baseman Matt Olson and third baseman Matt Chapman, and Cleveland shortstop Francisco Lindor (two apiece).Seattle pitcher Mike Leake, Cleveland catcher Roberto Pérez and Chicago White Sox second baseman Yolmer Sánchez were first time winners in the AL.Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo won his third Gold Glove and second in a row, and Arizona shortstop Nick Ahmed won his second straight.There were five first-time winners in the NL: Philadelphia catche... [More]
Sun Nov 322:30Cubs exercise Rizzo's $16.5M option, decline Morrow, BarnettTony BarnetteRPCubsFree Agent
Kendall GravemanSPCubsFree Agent
Brandon MorrowRPCubsFree Agent
Anthony Rizzo1BCubsFree Agent
CHICAGO (AP) — The Cubs have exercised a $16.5 million option for next season on first baseman Anthony Rizzo and declined options on right-handers Brandon Morrow, Tony Barnette and Kendall Graveman.Rizzo, who won his third Gold Glove on Sunday, agreed in 2013 to a $41 million, seven-year contract that included two club options. He would have received a $2 million buyout if the option had been declined.Chicago's option for 2021 also is for $16.5 million with a $2 million buyout. If that is exercised, the deal would be worth $72 million over nine seasons.Morrow's option was for $12 million, and he will receive a $3 million buyout. Barnett and Graveman both had options for $3 million.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Sun Nov 322:20Arenado, Gordon get 7th Gold Gloves, Greinke 6thNick AhmedSSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1B/CF/RFDodgersFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
Lorenzo CainCFBrewersFree Agent
Matt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Alex GordonLFRoyalsFree Agent
Zack GreinkeSPAstrosFree Agent
Kevin KiermaierCFRaysFree Agent
Mike LeakeSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Francisco LindorSSIndiansFree Agent
Matt Olson1BAthleticsFree Agent
David PeraltaLFDiamondbacksFree Agent
J.T. RealmutoCPhilliesFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado won his seventh straight Gold Glove and pitcher Zack Greinke earned his sixth in a row, getting the National League honor for the fourth months he spent with Arizona before he was traded to Houston.Kansas City left fielder Alex Gordon, who became a free agent this weekend, won his seventh overall and third in a row.Other multiple winners in the AL announced Sunday included Boston right fielder Mookie Betts (four), Tampa Bay center fielder Kevin Kiermaier (three), Oakland first baseman Matt Olson and third baseman Matt Chapman, and Cleveland shortstop Francisco Lindor (two apiece).Seattle pitcher Mike Leake, Cleveland catcher Roberto Pérez and Chicago White Sox second baseman Yolmer Sánchez were first time winners in the AL.Chicago Cubs first baseman won his third Gold Glove and second in a row, and Arizona shortstop Nick Ahmed won his second straight,There were five first-time winners in the NL: Philadelphia catcher J.T. Realmut... [More]
Sun Nov 321:40OF Gordon goes free after $23M option declined by RoyalsAlex GordonLFRoyalsFree Agent
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Royals have declined their half of Alex Gordon's $23 million mutual option for 2020, allowing the outfielder to become a free agent.Gordon had exercised his part of the option but was allowed to go free Saturday. He will receive a $4 million buyout, completing a $72 million, four-year contract he agreed to in January 2016.A three-time All-Star and seven-time Gold Glove winner, Gordon helped the Royals win the 2015 World Series for their first title since 1985.He batted .266 this year with 13 homers and 76 RBIs for the rebuilding Royals, who topped 100 losses for the second straight season. Gordon is a career .258 hitter with 186 homers and 738 RBIs.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Sun Nov 321:20Arenado, Gordon get 7th Gold Gloves, Greinke 6thNick AhmedSSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1B/CF/RFDodgersFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
Lorenzo CainCFBrewersFree Agent
Matt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Alex GordonLFRoyalsFree Agent
Zack GreinkeSPAstrosFree Agent
Kevin KiermaierCFRaysFree Agent
Mike LeakeSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Francisco LindorSSIndiansFree Agent
Matt Olson1BAthleticsFree Agent
David PeraltaLFDiamondbacksFree Agent
J.T. RealmutoCPhilliesFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado won his seventh straight Gold Glove and pitcher Zack Greinke earned his sixth in a row, getting the National League honor for the fourth months he spent with Arizona before he was traded to Houston.Kansas City left fielder Alex Gordon, who became a free agent this weekend, won his seventh overall and third in a row.Other multiple winners in the AL announced Sunday included Boston right fielder Mookie Betts (four), Tampa Bay center fielder Kevin Kiermaier (three), Oakland first baseman Matt Olson and third baseman Matt Chapman, and Cleveland shortstop Francisco Lindor (two apiece).Seattle pitcher Mike Leake, Cleveland catcher Roberto Pérez and Chicago White Sox second baseman Yolmer Sánchez were first time winners in the AL.Chicago Cubs first baseman won his third Gold Glove and second in a row, and Arizona shortstop Nick Ahmed won his second straight,There were five first-time winners in the NL: Philadelphia catcher J.T. Realmut... [More]
Sun Nov 310:30Strasburg opts out of Nats deal, $100M, to become free agentMadison BumgarnerSPGiantsFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPAstrosFree Agent
Sean DoolittleRPNationalsFree Agent
Adam EatonRFNationalsFree Agent
Yan GomesCNationalsFree Agent
Cole HamelsSPCubsFree Agent
Dallas KeuchelSPBravesFree Agent
Jake OdorizziSPTwinsFree Agent
Rick PorcelloSPRed SoxFree Agent
David PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Hyun-Jin RyuSPDodgersFree Agent
Stephen StrasburgSPNationalsFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
Zack WheelerSPMetsFree Agent
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Stephen Strasburg opted out of the final four years of his contract with the Washington Nationals, three days after the star pitcher was chosen MVP of the World Series.The move Saturday makes the 31-year-old right-hander a free agent. Strasburg gave up $100 million he had been guaranteed from 2020-23 as part of a $175 million, seven-year contract he agreed to with the Nationals in May 2016.Strasburg was 18-6 with a 3.32 ERA this season, topping 30 starts for the second time in his career and leading the NL with 209 innings pitched. Then he went 5-0 with a 1.98 ERA in five postseason starts and one relief appearance, including wins in Games 2 and 6 of the World Series against Houston.Washington also won Game 7 to claim the first championship in franchise history.Just a few days later, however, the roster has already begun to change.The club declined its $18 million option for next season on 35-year-old first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, the only player who has been a member... [More]
Sun Nov 310:00OF Gordon goes free after $23M option declined by RoyalsAlex GordonLFRoyalsFree Agent
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Royals have declined their half of Alex Gordon's $23 million mutual option for 2020, allowing the outfielder to become a free agent.Gordon had exercised his part of the option but was allowed to go free Saturday. He will receive a $4 million buyout, completing a $72 million, four-year contract he agreed to in January 2016.A three-time All-Star and six-time Gold Glove winner, Gordon helped the Royals win the 2015 World Series for their first title since 1985.He batted .266 this year with 13 homers and 76 RBIs for the rebuilding Royals, who topped 100 losses for the second straight season. Gordon is a career .258 hitter with 186 homers and 738 RBIs.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Sun Nov 302:50Darvish, Heyward stay with Cubs, who also keep QuintanaYu DarvishSPCubsFree Agent
Jason HeywardCF/RFCubsFree Agent
Derek HollandRP/SPCubsFree Agent
CHICAGO (AP) — Starting pitcher Yu Darvish and outfielder Jason Heyward are staying with the Chicago Cubs, who exercised their $11.5 million option for 2020 on left-hander José Quintana on Saturday and declined their $6.5 million option on lefty Derek Holland, which triggered a $500,000 buyout.Darvish and Heyward both had the right to opt out of their contracts and become free agents, but decided against it.Darvish is owed $81 million over the final four seasons of a $126 million, six-year deal, and Heyward is due $86 million in the next four seasons of a $184 million, eight-year contract.A 33-year-old right-hander, Darvish was 6-8 with a 3.98 ERA in 31 starts this year after his first season with the Cubs was limited by a stress reaction in his right elbow and a triceps strain. He was 1-3 with a 4.95 ERA in 2018.Darvish is 63-53 in seven major league seasons with Texas (2012-17), the Los Angeles Dodgers (2017) and the Cubs. His contract calls for $22 million in each of the next two... [More]
Sun Nov 302:00Chapman, Yankees agree to $48M, 3-year contractDellin BetancesRPYankeesFree Agent
Zack BrittonRPYankeesFree Agent
Aroldis ChapmanRPYankeesFree Agent
Chad GreenRPYankeesFree Agent
Tommy KahnleRPYankeesFree Agent
Adam OttavinoRPYankeesFree Agent
Gleyber Torres2B/SSYankeesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Aroldis Chapman is staying with the New York Yankees, amending his contract to a $48 million, three-year deal.The 31-year-old All-Star closer had been owed $15 million in each of the next two seasons as part of an $86 million, five-year contract, and he had the right to opt out of the deal and become a free agent.The left-hander's amended deal includes salaries of $16 million annually and a full no-trade provision. Under the original contract, he had a full no-trade through 2019, then a limited no-trade provision that said he could not be dealt during 2020 or 2021 to any of the five California teams or Seattle without his consent.Chapman had a stellar regular season with the Yankees, converting 37 saves in 42 chances while going 3-2 with a 2.21 ERA and striking out 85 in 57 innings. He earned his sixth All-Star selection and was selected the Reliever of the Year in the American League.His average fastball velocity has dropped from 101 mph in 2016 to 98 mph this year, ... [More]
Sun Nov 301:20Arrieta exercises $20M option to stay with PhilliesJake ArrietaSPPhilliesFree Agent
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jake Arrieta is staying with the Philadelphia Phillies, exercising a $20 million player option for 2020 on Saturday.A 33-year-old right-hander, Arrieta was 8-8 with a 4.64 ERA in 24 starts this year. He did not pitch after Aug. 11 because of surgery to remove a bone spur from his right elbow.Arrieta was the 2015 NL Cy Young Award winner with the Chicago Cubs. He made the All-Star team the following season and helped the Cubs win their first World Series title since 1908. He left as a free agent after the 2017 season and signed a deal with the Phillies that will wind up paying $75 million over three seasons.Arrieta was 10-11 with a 3.96 ERA in 31 starts for Philadelphia in 2018.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Sun Nov 301:20Castillo declines to opt out of Red Sox contractRusney CastilloLFRed SoxFree Agent
BOSTON (AP) — To the surprise of no one, outfielder Rusney Castillo declined to opt out of his contract with the Boston Red Sox and will remain in their minor league system.Castillo agreed to a $72.5 million, seven-year contract in 2014 and has not appeared in a major league game since 2016. He could have voided the final season of his deal, which calls for a $13.5 million salary, and become a free agent.Now 32, Castillo hit .278 with 17 homers and 64 RBIs this year for Triple-A Pawtucket.He batted .262 with seven homers and 35 RBIs over 99 games for the Red Sox from 2014-16, then was sent outright to Pawtucket in June 2016. Because Boston removed him from the 40-man roster, Castillo's salary didn't count toward Boston's luxury tax payroll. Under a change in the labor contract agreed to after the 2016 season, Castillo's salary would count toward the tax payroll if Boston put him back on the 40-man roster and later sent him outright to the minors again.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
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