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Wed Apr 718:43MLB CapsulesXander BogaertsSSRed SoxFree Agent
Nathan EovaldiSPRed SoxFree Agent
Kyle FarmerSSRedsFree Agent
Erick FeddeSPNationalsFree Agent
Amir GarrettRPRedsFree Agent
Kyle GibsonSPRangersFree Agent
Erik González3B/SSPiratesFree Agent
Greg HollandRPRoyalsFree Agent
Luke JacksonRPBravesFree Agent
Ian KennedyRP/SPRangersFree Agent
Chad KuhlSPPiratesFree Agent
J.D. MartinezDHRed SoxFree Agent
Sean NewcombSPBravesFree Agent
Tanner RaineyRPNationalsFree Agent
Hyun Jin RyuSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Pablo Sandoval3BBravesFree Agent
Marcus Semien2B/SSBlue JaysFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Nick Solak2B/CF/LFRangersFree Agent
Andrew StevensonLFNationalsFree Agent
Stephen StrasburgSPNationalsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Josh TomlinRPBravesFree Agent
Ryan YarbroughSPRaysFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Atlanta pinch-hitter Pablo Sandoval drove a two-run homer to the deepest part of the ballpark off a Washington reliever who took over after Stephen Strasburg’s six scoreless innings Wednesday, lifting the Braves to a 2-0 victory over the Nationals and a doubleheader sweep. Sandoval drove a 96 mph fastball from Tanner Rainey (0-1) more than 400 feet following Dansby Swanson’s two-out single in the seventh and final inning. Luke Jackson (1-0) earned the win in Game 2, and Sean Newcomb got three strikeouts for the save.. Ronald Acuña Jr. doubled and had a pair of singles as Atlanta won the opener 7-6. The Braves put up five runs in the second inning off Erick Fedde (0-1), then wound up barely holding on with a save by Will Smith. Andrew Stevenson grounded into a game-ending double play. Josh Tomlin (1-0) pitched two hitless innings. Washington is missing nine players because of a coronavirus outbreak that led to the postponement of the team’s first four games. F... [More]
Wed Apr 717:53MLB CapsulesXander BogaertsSSRed SoxFree Agent
Nathan EovaldiSPRed SoxFree Agent
Kyle FarmerSSRedsFree Agent
Erick FeddeSPNationalsFree Agent
Amir GarrettRPRedsFree Agent
Kyle GibsonSPRangersFree Agent
Erik González3B/SSPiratesFree Agent
Greg HollandRPRoyalsFree Agent
Ian KennedyRP/SPRangersFree Agent
Chad KuhlSPPiratesFree Agent
J.D. MartinezDHRed SoxFree Agent
Hyun Jin RyuSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Marcus Semien2B/SSBlue JaysFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Nick Solak2B/CF/LFRangersFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Andrew StevensonLFNationalsFree Agent
Josh TomlinRPBravesFree Agent
Ryan YarbroughSPRaysFree Agent
The Atlanta Braves stopped a season-starting four-game losing streak Wednesday by edging the Washington Nationals 7-6 in a doubleheader opener as Ronald Acuña Jr. doubled and had a pair of singles The Braves put up five runs in the second inning off Erick Fedde (0-1), then wound up barely holding on with a save by Will Smith a day after he gave up a walk-off hit to Juan Soto in a 6-5 loss to Washington. Andrew Stevenson grounded into a game-ending double play. Josh Tomlin (1-0) pitched two hitless innings. Washington is missing nine players because of a coronavirus outbreak that led to the postponement of the team’s first four games. Four players tested positive for COVID-19, and another five who would have been on the 26-man roster are under quarantine. REDS 11, PIRATES 4 Tyler Naquin hit another leadoff homer, this time off Chad Kuhl (0-1), Kyle Farmer added a two-run double in the first, and Cincinnati won its fifth straight Luis Castillo (1-1) allowed four hits in seven innings,... [More]
Wed Apr 716:33Brewers' Woodruff loses no-hit bid in 7th vs CubsIan HappCF/LFCubsFree Agent
Brandon WoodruffSPBrewersFree Agent
CHICAGO (AP) — Brandon Woodruff of the Milwaukee Brewers has lost his no-hit bid in the seventh inning against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. Ian Happ led off the bottom of the seventh with a sharp grounder to right field for the Cubs' first hit Wednesday. Woodruff retired 18 of the first 19 batters, striking out eight. The 6-foot-5 Woodruff was Milwaukee’s opening-day starter last week against Minnesota. He allowed three runs in four innings in a no-decision. Woodruff was an All-Star in 2019 when he went 11-3 with a 3.62 ERA. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Apr 716:33Yankees' Judge out vs. O's with sore side after big gameAaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Rougned Odor2B/3BYankeesFree Agent
Giancarlo StantonDHYankeesFree Agent
Justin WilsonRPYankeesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was held out of New York's lineup Wednesday night with soreness in his left side. Judge had a homer, three hits and four RBIs in a 7-2 win over Baltimore on Tuesday night but wasn't back in the lineup against the O's a day later. New York has a day off Thursday, giving the right fielder a chance to rest on consecutive days. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he thought the soreness was from “general wear and tear” over the first few days of the season. He believes the discomfort might stem from when Judge took more swings than normal while serving as designated hitter on Sunday. “Just don't want to push anything right now,” Boone said. Judge, the 2017 AL Rookie of the Year, missed 142 games spanning 2018-20, going on the injured list at different points for a right wrist fracture, a left oblique strain and twice for right calf strains. He also broke a rib last March but was ready for opening day after the pandemic delayed the start o... [More]
Wed Apr 716:03Yankees' Judge out vs. O's with sore side after big gameAaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Rougned Odor2B/3BYankeesFree Agent
Justin WilsonRPYankeesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was held out of New York's lineup Wednesday night with soreness in his left side. Judge had a homer, three hits and four RBIs in a 7-2 win over Baltimore on Tuesday night but wasn't back in the lineup against the O's a day later. New York has a day off Thursday, giving the right fielder a chance to rest on consecutive days. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he thought the soreness was from “general wear and tear” over the first few days of the season. He believes the discomfort might stem from when Judge took more swings than normal while serving as designated hitter on Sunday. “Just don't want to push anything right now,” Boone said. Judge, the 2017 AL Rookie of the Year, missed 142 games spanning 2018-20, going on the injured list at different points for a right wrist fracture, a left oblique strain and twice for right calf strains. Boone said Judge's current soreness didn't seem specific to the left oblique, instead calling it ... [More]
Wed Apr 714:33James Paxton heads to IL as Mariners await MRI resultsBraden BishopCFMarinersFree Agent
Jake FraleyLFMarinersFree Agent
Nick MargeviciusRPMarinersFree Agent
Ljay NewsomeRPMarinersFree Agent
SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Mariners placed left-handed starter James Paxton on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a forearm strain in his pitching arm. Seattle also put starting left fielder Jake Fraley on the 10-day IL with a left hamstring strain he suffered while making a diving catch in Tuesday’s loss to the Chicago White Sox. Manager Scott Servais said both players underwent MRIs on Wednesday morning and the team was still awaiting results. Paxton left in the second inning after just 24 pitches, grimacing after throwing a 92 mph fastball to Andrew Vaughn. It was the first start of his second stint with Seattle. “Leaving last night he was a little bit more optimistic that it wasn’t anything too serious. I know he woke up today and it’s stiff as expected,” Servais said of Paxton. “Really, it’s hard to speculate until you know exactly what’s going on there and the only way you’re going to know is you get the reading on the MRI.” Seattle recalled outfielder... [More]
Wed Apr 713:53Springer has another issue while awaiting Blue Jays debutGeorge SpringerCFBlue JaysFree Agent
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — George Springer is now dealing with another issue while waiting to make his debut with the Toronto Blue Jays, after starting the season on the injured list with a strained left oblique muscle. Springer was on track to play Thursday for the Blue Jays in their first home game before feeling tightness in his right quad while running the bases. Manager Charlie Montoyo said before Wednesday's series finale at Texas that Springer ran the bases after taking live batting practice before Tuesday's game. Montoyo said there were no issues with the oblique. The 2017 World Series MVP with Houston signed a $150 million, six-year contract during the offseason. Montoyo said the Blue Jays were still gathering information on Springer’s quad and waiting for the results of an MRI exam. He didn’t know the severity of the additional soft-tissue issue. “Everybody’s concerned because those injuries, you just never know where they are,” Montoyo said. “It’s tough because ... [More]
Wed Apr 705:33LEADING OFF: A's and Braves winless, Tatis on IL, Paxton outAkil BaddooCFTigersFree Agent
Chris BassittSPAthleticsFree Agent
Trevor BauerSPDodgersFree Agent
Matthew BoydSPTigersFree Agent
Nick CastellanosRFRedsFree Agent
Luis CastilloSPRedsFree Agent
Chad KuhlSPPiratesFree Agent
Kenta MaedaSPTwinsFree Agent
Tyler NaquinRFRedsFree Agent
James PaxtonSPMarinersFree Agent
Drew SmylySPBravesFree Agent
Fernando Tatis Jr.SSPadresFree Agent
A look at what’s happening around the majors today: ___ SLOW STARTS Both winless teams in the majors are defending division champions. After finishing first in the AL West last year, the Oakland Athletics (0-6) have matched the worst start in franchise history. The 1916 Philadelphia Athletics also began the season with six consecutive losses. “It (stinks) to start this way but we know how good we are,” A’s starter Chris Bassitt said. “It’s just embarrassing right now.” Over in the National League, the Atlanta Braves are 0-4 following a three-game sweep in Philadelphia and a 6-5 loss Tuesday to the virus-depleted Nationals in their delayed opener. “I don’t think anybody is too worried,” new Braves pitcher Drew Smyly said. Atlanta, coming off three straight NL East titles, gets two chances Wednesday to win for the first time in 2021. Max Fried is scheduled to start the first game of a doubleheader in Washington that will feature back-to-back seven-inning games. Oakl... [More]
Wed Apr 703:23Soto's single lifts Nationals over Braves in delayed openerJosé Abreu1BWhite SoxFree Agent
Sandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Pete Alonso1BMetsFree Agent
Adbert AlzolaySPCubsFree Agent
Chase AndersonSPPhilliesFree Agent
Randy ArozarenaLFRaysFree Agent
Akil BaddooCFTigersFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Chris BassittSPAthleticsFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFDodgersFree Agent
Bo BichetteSSBlue JaysFree Agent
Ben BowdenSPRockiesFree Agent
Brad BoxbergerRPBrewersFree Agent
Jay BruceLFYankeesFree Agent
Kris Bryant3BCubsFree Agent
Byron BuxtonCFTwinsFree Agent
Trevor CahillRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Victor Caratini1B/CPadresFree Agent
Dylan CarlsonRFCardinalsFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Zack CollinsC/DHWhite SoxFree Agent
Willson ContrerasCCubsFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
Nelson CruzDHTwinsFree Agent
Yu DarvishSPPadresFree Agent
Dane DunningSPRangersFree Agent
Eduardo Escobar3BDiamondbacksFree Agent
Phillip Evans1B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Lucas GiolitoSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSPhilliesFree Agent
Ronald Guzmán1BRangersFree Agent
Jonah HeimCRangersFree Agent
Ryan HelsleyRPCardinalsFree Agent
Sam HilliardCFRockiesFree Agent
Daniel HudsonRPNationalsFree Agent
Raisel IglesiasRPAngelsFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Keone KelaRPPadresFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Dean KremerSPOriolesFree Agent
Nate Lowe1B/DHRangersFree Agent
Jed Lowrie2B/3BAthleticsFree Agent
Nick MargeviciusRPMarinersFree Agent
Ketel Marte2BDiamondbacksFree Agent
J.D. MartinezDHRed SoxFree Agent
Ryan McMahon2B/3BRockiesFree Agent
Mark MelanconRPPadresFree Agent
Keynan MiddletonRPMarinersFree Agent
Wade MileySPRedsFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Max Muncy1BDodgersFree Agent
Omar NarváezCBrewersFree Agent
Dom NuñezCRockiesFree Agent
Marcell OzunaDH/LFBravesFree Agent
James PaxtonSPMarinersFree Agent
Matt PeacockSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Freddy PeraltaRPBrewersFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Alex ReyesRPCardinalsFree Agent
Edwin Ríos1B/3BDodgersFree Agent
Tanner RoarkSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Luis RobertCFWhite SoxFree Agent
Hansel RoblesRPTwinsFree Agent
Victor RoblesCFNationalsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Nick SenzelCFRedsFree Agent
Travis Shaw1B/3BBrewersFree Agent
Dominic Smith1B/LFMetsFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Fernando Tatis Jr.SSPadresFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
Trea TurnerSSNationalsFree Agent
Justin UptonLFAngelsFree Agent
Phillips ValdezRP/SPRed SoxFree Agent
Stephen VogtCDiamondbacksFree Agent
Christian Walker1BDiamondbacksFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Juan Soto drove in the winning run with a single on a 3-0 pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday, lifting the coronavirus-depleted Washington Nationals to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Atlanta Braves after waiting five days to start their season. Lefty reliever Will Smith (0-1) entered for the ninth and promptly gave up a single to new leadoff hitter Victor Robles, and then hit Trea Turner with a pitch. That brought up Soto, the 2020 NL batting champion, and he delivered a line drive to center field. Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman and Dansby Swanson homered against Washington ace Max Scherzer. Acuña drove Scherzer's first pitch of the game deep to left-center, and led off the third with his second homer. Turner hit a two-run shot for the Nationals. Daniel Hudson (1-0) got the win. Because of a COVID-19 outbreak — four players tested positive; seven were forced into quarantine after potentially being exposed — Washington’s first four scheduled ... [More]
Wed Apr 703:03Mariners' Paxton leaves after 24 pitches due to elbow injuryNick MargeviciusRPMarinersFree Agent
James PaxtonSPMarinersFree Agent
SEATTLE (AP) — Left-hander James Paxton exited the first start of his second stint with Seattle due to a forearm strain in his pitching arm after throwing just 24 pitches against the White Sox on Tuesday night. The Mariners initially said Paxton had elbow discomfort but after the 10-4 loss to Chicago both manager Scott Servais and Paxton described it as a forearm injury. Paxton, who remained in the dugout to watch after he left the mound, will undergo an MRI on Wednesday. “It's just frustrating. I feel like for me it’s kind of been one thing after another,” Paxton said. “I work really hard and doing everything I can to be out there and I’ll continue to do so. And hopefully I can catch a break and stay healthy.” Paxton grimaced after throwing a 92 mph fastball to Chicago's Andrew Vaughn with one out in the second inning. Mariners manager Scott Servais and a trainer immediately came to the mound while Paxton bent over with his hands on his knees. After some discussion, Pa... [More]
Wed Apr 702:53Soto's single lifts Nationals over Braves in delayed openerJosé Abreu1BWhite SoxFree Agent
Sandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Pete Alonso1BMetsFree Agent
Adbert AlzolaySPCubsFree Agent
Chase AndersonSPPhilliesFree Agent
Randy ArozarenaLFRaysFree Agent
Akil BaddooCFTigersFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Chris BassittSPAthleticsFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFDodgersFree Agent
Bo BichetteSSBlue JaysFree Agent
Ben BowdenSPRockiesFree Agent
Brad BoxbergerRPBrewersFree Agent
Jay BruceLFYankeesFree Agent
Kris Bryant3BCubsFree Agent
Byron BuxtonCFTwinsFree Agent
Trevor CahillRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Victor Caratini1B/CPadresFree Agent
Dylan CarlsonRFCardinalsFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Zack CollinsC/DHWhite SoxFree Agent
Willson ContrerasCCubsFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
Nelson CruzDHTwinsFree Agent
Yu DarvishSPPadresFree Agent
Dane DunningSPRangersFree Agent
Eduardo Escobar3BDiamondbacksFree Agent
Phillip Evans1B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Lucas GiolitoSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSPhilliesFree Agent
Ronald Guzmán1BRangersFree Agent
Jonah HeimCRangersFree Agent
Ryan HelsleyRPCardinalsFree Agent
Sam HilliardCFRockiesFree Agent
Daniel HudsonRPNationalsFree Agent
Raisel IglesiasRPAngelsFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Keone KelaRPPadresFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Dean KremerSPOriolesFree Agent
Nate Lowe1B/DHRangersFree Agent
Jed Lowrie2B/3BAthleticsFree Agent
Nick MargeviciusRPMarinersFree Agent
Ketel Marte2BDiamondbacksFree Agent
J.D. MartinezDHRed SoxFree Agent
Ryan McMahon2B/3BRockiesFree Agent
Mark MelanconRPPadresFree Agent
Keynan MiddletonRPMarinersFree Agent
Wade MileySPRedsFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Max Muncy1BDodgersFree Agent
Omar NarváezCBrewersFree Agent
Dom NuñezCRockiesFree Agent
Marcell OzunaDH/LFBravesFree Agent
James PaxtonSPMarinersFree Agent
Matt PeacockSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Freddy PeraltaRPBrewersFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Alex ReyesRPCardinalsFree Agent
Edwin Ríos1B/3BDodgersFree Agent
Tanner RoarkSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Luis RobertCFWhite SoxFree Agent
Hansel RoblesRPTwinsFree Agent
Victor RoblesCFNationalsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Nick SenzelCFRedsFree Agent
Travis Shaw1B/3BBrewersFree Agent
Dominic Smith1B/LFMetsFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Fernando Tatis Jr.SSPadresFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
Trea TurnerSSNationalsFree Agent
Justin UptonLFAngelsFree Agent
Phillips ValdezRP/SPRed SoxFree Agent
Stephen VogtCDiamondbacksFree Agent
Christian Walker1BDiamondbacksFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Juan Soto drove in the winning run with a single on a 3-0 pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday, lifting the coronavirus-depleted Washington Nationals to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Atlanta Braves after waiting five days to start their season. Lefty reliever Will Smith (0-1) entered for the ninth and promptly gave up a single to new leadoff hitter Victor Robles, and then hit Trea Turner with a pitch. That brought up Soto, the 2020 NL batting champion, and he delivered a line drive to center field. Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman and Dansby Swanson homered against Washington ace Max Scherzer. Acuña drove Scherzer's first pitch of the game deep to left-center, and led off the third with his second homer. Turner hit a two-run shot for the Nationals. Daniel Hudson (1-0) got the win. Because of a COVID-19 outbreak — four players tested positive; seven were forced into quarantine after potentially being exposed — Washington’s first four scheduled ... [More]
Wed Apr 701:33Soto's single lifts Nationals over Braves in delayed openerSandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Pete Alonso1BMetsFree Agent
Adbert AlzolaySPCubsFree Agent
Chase AndersonSPPhilliesFree Agent
Randy ArozarenaLFRaysFree Agent
Akil BaddooCFTigersFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Chris BassittSPAthleticsFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFDodgersFree Agent
Bo BichetteSSBlue JaysFree Agent
Brad BoxbergerRPBrewersFree Agent
Jay BruceLFYankeesFree Agent
Kris Bryant3BCubsFree Agent
Byron BuxtonCFTwinsFree Agent
Trevor CahillRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Victor Caratini1B/CPadresFree Agent
Dylan CarlsonRFCardinalsFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Willson ContrerasCCubsFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
Nelson CruzDHTwinsFree Agent
Yu DarvishSPPadresFree Agent
Dane DunningSPRangersFree Agent
Phillip Evans1B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSPhilliesFree Agent
Ronald Guzmán1BRangersFree Agent
Jonah HeimCRangersFree Agent
Ryan HelsleyRPCardinalsFree Agent
Daniel HudsonRPNationalsFree Agent
Raisel IglesiasRPAngelsFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Keone KelaRPPadresFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Dean KremerSPOriolesFree Agent
Nate Lowe1B/DHRangersFree Agent
Jed Lowrie2B/3BAthleticsFree Agent
J.D. MartinezDHRed SoxFree Agent
Mark MelanconRPPadresFree Agent
Wade MileySPRedsFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Max Muncy1BDodgersFree Agent
Omar NarváezCBrewersFree Agent
Marcell OzunaDH/LFBravesFree Agent
Freddy PeraltaRPBrewersFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Alex ReyesRPCardinalsFree Agent
Edwin Ríos1B/3BDodgersFree Agent
Tanner RoarkSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Hansel RoblesRPTwinsFree Agent
Victor RoblesCFNationalsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Nick SenzelCFRedsFree Agent
Travis Shaw1B/3BBrewersFree Agent
Dominic Smith1B/LFMetsFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Fernando Tatis Jr.SSPadresFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
Trea TurnerSSNationalsFree Agent
Justin UptonLFAngelsFree Agent
Phillips ValdezRP/SPRed SoxFree Agent
Matt WislerRPGiantsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Juan Soto drove in the winning run with a single on a 3-0 pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday, lifting the coronavirus-depleted Washington Nationals to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Atlanta Braves after waiting five days to start their season. Lefty reliever Will Smith (0-1) entered for the ninth and promptly gave up a single to new leadoff hitter Victor Robles, and then hit Trea Turner with a pitch. That brought up Soto, the 2020 NL batting champion, and he delivered a line drive to center field. Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman and Dansby Swanson homered against Washington ace Max Scherzer. Acuña drove Scherzer's first pitch of the game deep to left-center, and led off the third with his second homer. Turner hit a two-run shot for the Nationals. Daniel Hudson (1-0) got the win. Because of a COVID-19 outbreak — four players tested positive; seven were forced into quarantine after potentially being exposed — Washington’s first four scheduled ... [More]
Wed Apr 701:03Soto's single lifts Nationals over Braves in delayed openerSandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Pete Alonso1BMetsFree Agent
Adbert AlzolaySPCubsFree Agent
Chase AndersonSPPhilliesFree Agent
Randy ArozarenaLFRaysFree Agent
Akil BaddooCFTigersFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Chris BassittSPAthleticsFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFDodgersFree Agent
Bo BichetteSSBlue JaysFree Agent
Brad BoxbergerRPBrewersFree Agent
Jay BruceLFYankeesFree Agent
Kris Bryant3BCubsFree Agent
Byron BuxtonCFTwinsFree Agent
Trevor CahillRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Dylan CarlsonRFCardinalsFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Willson ContrerasCCubsFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
Nelson CruzDHTwinsFree Agent
Dane DunningSPRangersFree Agent
Phillip Evans1B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSPhilliesFree Agent
Ronald Guzmán1BRangersFree Agent
Jonah HeimCRangersFree Agent
Ryan HelsleyRPCardinalsFree Agent
Daniel HudsonRPNationalsFree Agent
Raisel IglesiasRPAngelsFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Dean KremerSPOriolesFree Agent
Nate Lowe1B/DHRangersFree Agent
Jed Lowrie2B/3BAthleticsFree Agent
J.D. MartinezDHRed SoxFree Agent
Wade MileySPRedsFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Max Muncy1BDodgersFree Agent
Omar NarváezCBrewersFree Agent
Marcell OzunaDH/LFBravesFree Agent
Freddy PeraltaRPBrewersFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Alex ReyesRPCardinalsFree Agent
Edwin Ríos1B/3BDodgersFree Agent
Tanner RoarkSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Hansel RoblesRPTwinsFree Agent
Victor RoblesCFNationalsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Nick SenzelCFRedsFree Agent
Travis Shaw1B/3BBrewersFree Agent
Dominic Smith1B/LFMetsFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
Trea TurnerSSNationalsFree Agent
Justin UptonLFAngelsFree Agent
Phillips ValdezRP/SPRed SoxFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Juan Soto drove in the winning run with a single on a 3-0 pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday, lifting the coronavirus-depleted Washington Nationals to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Atlanta Braves after waiting five days to start their season. Lefty reliever Will Smith (0-1) entered for the ninth and promptly gave up a single to new leadoff hitter Victor Robles, and then hit Trea Turner with a pitch. That brought up Soto, the 2020 NL batting champion, and he delivered a line drive to center field. Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman and Dansby Swanson homered against Washington ace Max Scherzer. Acuña drove Scherzer's first pitch of the game deep to left-center, and led off the third with his second homer. Turner hit a two-run shot for the Nationals. Daniel Hudson (1-0) got the win. Because of a COVID-19 outbreak — four players tested positive; seven were forced into quarantine after potentially being exposed — Washington’s first four scheduled ... [More]
Wed Apr 700:33Infielder Rougned Odor traded from Rangers to YankeesThairo Estrada2B/SSGiantsFree Agent
Aaron HicksCFYankeesFree Agent
Michael KingSPYankeesFree Agent
Rougned Odor2B/3BYankeesFree Agent
Luke Voit1BYankeesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Infielder Rougned Odor was traded Tuesday from the Texas Rangers to the New York Yankees for minor league outfielders Antonio Cabello and Josh Stowers. The 27-year-old Odor did not make the Rangers’ opening day roster and was designated for assignment on April 1. He is a left-handed hitter, and the Yankees have a mostly right-handed lineup. “Hopefully we can help him get that talent out that we've seen flash over the years,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. Odor is a second baseman but also played third at spring training. He has two guaranteed seasons at $12 million each remaining as part of a $49.5 million, six-year contract. The deal includes a $13.5 million team option for 2023 with a $3 million buyout. Texas will pay the Yankees $11,060,806 to cover all but a prorated share of the $570,500 minimum this year and all but the 2022 minimum, which is still to be negotiated, a cash amount that currently projects to $11,429,500. Texas would pay New York an addit... [More]
Wed Apr 700:23Soto's single lifts Nationals over Braves in delayed openerSandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Pete Alonso1BMetsFree Agent
Adbert AlzolaySPCubsFree Agent
Chase AndersonSPPhilliesFree Agent
Randy ArozarenaLFRaysFree Agent
Akil BaddooCFTigersFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Bo BichetteSSBlue JaysFree Agent
Brad BoxbergerRPBrewersFree Agent
Jay BruceLFYankeesFree Agent
Kris Bryant3BCubsFree Agent
Byron BuxtonCFTwinsFree Agent
Trevor CahillRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Dylan CarlsonRFCardinalsFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Willson ContrerasCCubsFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
Nelson CruzDHTwinsFree Agent
Dane DunningSPRangersFree Agent
Phillip Evans1B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSPhilliesFree Agent
Ronald Guzmán1BRangersFree Agent
Jonah HeimCRangersFree Agent
Ryan HelsleyRPCardinalsFree Agent
Daniel HudsonRPNationalsFree Agent
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Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Omar NarváezCBrewersFree Agent
Marcell OzunaDH/LFBravesFree Agent
Freddy PeraltaRPBrewersFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Alex ReyesRPCardinalsFree Agent
Tanner RoarkSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Hansel RoblesRPTwinsFree Agent
Victor RoblesCFNationalsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Nick SenzelCFRedsFree Agent
Travis Shaw1B/3BBrewersFree Agent
Dominic Smith1B/LFMetsFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
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Justin UptonLFAngelsFree Agent
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Juan Soto drove in the winning run with a single on a 3-0 pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday, lifting the coronavirus-depleted Washington Nationals to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Atlanta Braves after waiting five days to start their season. Lefty reliever Will Smith (0-1) entered for the ninth and promptly gave up a single to new leadoff hitter Victor Robles, and then hit Trea Turner with a pitch. That brought up Soto, the 2020 NL batting champion, and he delivered a line drive to center field. Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman and Dansby Swanson homered against Washington ace Max Scherzer. Acuña drove Scherzer's first pitch of the game deep to left-center, and led off the third with his second homer. Turner hit a two-run shot for the Nationals. Daniel Hudson (1-0) got the win. Because of a COVID-19 outbreak — four players tested positive; seven were forced into quarantine after potentially being exposed — Washington’s first four scheduled ... [More]
Wed Apr 700:03Soto's single lifts Nationals over Braves in delayed openerSandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
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Akil BaddooCFTigersFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Bo BichetteSSBlue JaysFree Agent
Brad BoxbergerRPBrewersFree Agent
Jay BruceLFYankeesFree Agent
Kris Bryant3BCubsFree Agent
Byron BuxtonCFTwinsFree Agent
Trevor CahillRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Willson ContrerasCCubsFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
Nelson CruzDHTwinsFree Agent
Dane DunningSPRangersFree Agent
Phillip Evans1B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSPhilliesFree Agent
Ronald Guzmán1BRangersFree Agent
Jonah HeimCRangersFree Agent
Ryan HelsleyRPCardinalsFree Agent
Daniel HudsonRPNationalsFree Agent
Raisel IglesiasRPAngelsFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Dean KremerSPOriolesFree Agent
Nate Lowe1B/DHRangersFree Agent
Wade MileySPRedsFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Omar NarváezCBrewersFree Agent
Marcell OzunaDH/LFBravesFree Agent
Freddy PeraltaRPBrewersFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Alex ReyesRPCardinalsFree Agent
Tanner RoarkSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Hansel RoblesRPTwinsFree Agent
Victor RoblesCFNationalsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Nick SenzelCFRedsFree Agent
Travis Shaw1B/3BBrewersFree Agent
Dominic Smith1B/LFMetsFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
Trea TurnerSSNationalsFree Agent
Justin UptonLFAngelsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Juan Soto drove in the winning run with a single on a 3-0 pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday, lifting the coronavirus-depleted Washington Nationals to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Atlanta Braves after waiting five days to start their season. Lefty reliever Will Smith (0-1) entered for the ninth and promptly gave up a single to new leadoff hitter Victor Robles, and then hit Trea Turner with a pitch. That brought up Soto, the 2020 NL batting champion, and he delivered a line drive to center field. Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman and Dansby Swanson homered against Washington ace Max Scherzer. Acuña drove Scherzer's first pitch of the game deep to left-center, and led off the third with his second homer. Turner hit a two-run shot for the Nationals. Daniel Hudson (1-0) got the win. Because of a COVID-19 outbreak — four players tested positive; seven were forced into quarantine after potentially being exposed — Washington’s first four scheduled ... [More]
Tue Apr 623:43Mariners' Paxton leaves after 24 pitches due to elbow injuryNick MargeviciusRPMarinersFree Agent
James PaxtonSPMarinersFree Agent
SEATTLE (AP) — Left-hander James Paxton departed the first start of his second stint with Seattle due to discomfort in his pitching elbow after throwing just 24 pitches against the White Sox on Tuesday night. The Mariners announced the initial diagnosis on Paxton two innings after he left the game. Paxton remained in the dugout to watch after he left the mound. Paxton grimaced after throwing a 92 mph fastball to Chicago's Andrew Vaughn with one out in the second inning. Mariners manager Scott Servais and a trainer immediately came to the mound while Paxton bent over with his hands on his knees. After some discussion, Paxton walked off and was replaced by Nick Margevicius. Paxton, who spent the last two seasons with the New York Yankees after playing his first six years for Seattle, returned to the Mariners in February on a one-year deal worth $8.5 million. He had surgery in February 2020 to repair a herniated disk and remove a cyst from his back. He went 2-3 with a 6.64 ERA in five starts for New York last year before being shut down with a left forearm strain. Paxton can earn an additional $1.5 million in performance bonuses for games started: $150,000 each for six to 10 and $750,000 more over starts 11-22. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Tue Apr 623:03Seattle's James Paxton leaves with injury in 2nd inningNick MargeviciusRPMarinersFree Agent
James PaxtonSPMarinersFree Agent
SEATTLE (AP) — Left-hander James Paxton departed the first start of his second stint with Seattle after throwing just 24 pitches against the White Sox on Tuesday night. Paxton grimaced after throwing a 92 mph fastball to Chicago's Andrew Vaughn with one out in the second inning. Mariners manager Scott Servais and a trainer immediately came to the mound while Paxton bent over with his hands on his knees. After some discussion, Paxton walked off and was replaced by Nick Margevicius. There was no immediate detail on Paxton's injury, but he appeared to be bothered by his left hip area before his final pitch. Paxton, who spent the last two seasons with the New York Yankees after playing his first six years for Seattle, returned to the Mariners in February on a one-year deal worth $8.5 million. He had surgery in February 2020 to repair a herniated disk and remove a cyst from his back. He went 2-3 with a 6.64 ERA in five starts for New York last year before being shut down with a left forearm strain. Paxton can earn an additional $1.5 million in performance bonuses for games started: $150,000 each for six to 10 and $750,000 more over starts 11-22. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Tue Apr 622:43LEADING OFF: Tatis on IL, Reds and Baddoo off to big startsOrlando ArciaSSBravesFree Agent
Akil BaddooCFTigersFree Agent
Matthew BoydSPTigersFree Agent
Nick CastellanosRFRedsFree Agent
Chad KuhlSPPiratesFree Agent
Kenta MaedaSPTwinsFree Agent
Tyler NaquinRFRedsFree Agent
Rougned Odor2B/3BYankeesFree Agent
Chad SobotkaRPBrewersFree Agent
Fernando Tatis Jr.SSPadresFree Agent
Patrick WeigelSPBrewersFree Agent
A look at what’s happening around the majors Wednesday: ___ WAITING GAME Now that Fernando Tatis Jr. has been placed on the injured list, the San Diego Padres hope their electrifying shortstop won't be sidelined too long. Tatis should be able to avoid surgery on his left shoulder, the team said a day after he slightly dislocated it taking a hard swing. An MRI on Tuesday showed a slight labral tear and the Padres put the 22-year-old Tatis on the 10-day IL. General manager A.J. Preller said the club wasn’t ruling out anything, including Tatis’ possible return when he’s eligible. According to Preller, doctors said another partially dislocated shoulder could occur again but playing this season wouldn’t put him at long-term risk. “Everybody was very confident that surgery wasn’t the answer at this point in time,” Preller said. “We can keep him on the field here this year and be able to put him in a spot where he can be successful and not be in pain and we’re not doing an... [More]
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Trevor CahillRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
Nelson CruzDHTwinsFree Agent
Phillip Evans1B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Daniel HudsonRPNationalsFree Agent
Raisel IglesiasRPAngelsFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Dean KremerSPOriolesFree Agent
Wade MileySPRedsFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Hansel RoblesRPTwinsFree Agent
Victor RoblesCFNationalsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Nick SenzelCFRedsFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
Trea TurnerSSNationalsFree Agent
Justin UptonLFAngelsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Juan Soto drove in the winning run with a single on a 3-0 pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday, lifting the coronavirus-depleted Washington Nationals to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Atlanta Braves after waiting five days to start their season. Lefty reliever Will Smith (0-1) entered for the ninth and promptly gave up a single to new leadoff hitter Victor Robles, and then hit Trea Turner with a pitch. That brought up Soto, the 2020 NL batting champion, and he delivered a line drive to center field. Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman and Dansby Swanson homered against Washington ace Max Scherzer. Acuña drove Scherzer's first pitch of the game deep to left-center, and led off the third with his second homer. Turner hit a two-run shot for the Nationals. Daniel Hudson (1-0) got the win. Because of a COVID-19 outbreak — four players tested positive; seven were forced into quarantine after potentially being exposed — Washington’s first four scheduled ... [More]
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