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Fri Apr 1903:15LEADING OFF: Red Sox-Rays at opposite ends, Sabathia sharpMadison BumgarnerSPGiantsFree Agent
Kevin KiermaierCFRaysFree Agent
Jordan LylesRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Dustin Pedroia2BRed SoxFree Agent
Buster Posey1B/CGiantsFree Agent
Eduardo RodríguezSPRed SoxFree Agent
Drew SmylySPRangersFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
Christian Walker1B/PHDiamondbacksFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors today:EARLY TESTOff to the best start in baseball, Kevin Kiermaier and the Tampa Bay Rays host the wobbling Red Sox. Boston is just 6-13, and a real bad series at Tropicana Field could drop the defending World Series champions into a double-digit deficit.Rays manager Kevin Cash will use an opener for the third straight game. Tampa Bay is again employing a reliever to start because ace Blake Snell is out with a broken toe — the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner might have a bullpen session this weekend.Eduardo Rodriguez (1-2, 7.98 ERA) starts for the Red Sox, who will play Tampa Bay six times in 10 days. Boston has placed second baseman Dustin Pedroia back on the injured list because of left knee irritation.A HITTING SABBATICALCC Sabathia takes a unique streak into this matchup vs. Kansas City: The Yankees lefty is the only pitcher in big league history to have back-to-back starts in the regular season of at least five innings while allowi... [More]
Fri Apr 1902:34Corbin takes 1-hitter into 8th, Nationals beat Giants 4-2Matt AlbersRPBrewersFree Agent
Cody AllenRPIndiansFree Agent
Matt AndrieseRP/SPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesFree Agent
Homer BaileySPDodgersFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Kyle BarracloughRPNationalsFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1B/CF/LFDodgersFree Agent
Joe BiaginiRP/SPBlue JaysFree Agent
Jay Bruce1B/RFMarinersFree Agent
Miguel Cabrera1BTigersFree Agent
Kole CalhounRFAngelsFree Agent
Nicholas Castellanos3B/RFTigersFree Agent
Patrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Zach DaviesSPBrewersFree Agent
Wilmer Difo2B/3B/PH/SSNationalsFree Agent
Josh Donaldson3BBravesFree Agent
Sean DoolittleRPNationalsFree Agent
David Fletcher2B/3B/SSAngelsFree Agent
Clint FrazierLFYankeesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Carson FulmerSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Ken GilesRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Shane GreeneRPTigersFree Agent
Grayson GreinerCTigersFree Agent
Randal GrichukCF/LF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Josh Harrison2B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Ryon Healy1B/3B/DHMarinersFree Agent
César Hernández2BPhilliesFree Agent
Teoscar HernándezLF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Yoshihisa HiranoRPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Raisel IglesiasRPRedsFree Agent
Ender InciarteCFBravesFree Agent
Kenley JansenRPDodgersFree Agent
Adam JonesCF/RFOriolesFree Agent
Ian KennedySPRoyalsFree Agent
Erik KratzCBrewersFree Agent
Evan Longoria3BGiantsFree Agent
Trey Mancini1B/LFOriolesFree Agent
Phil MatonRPPadresFree Agent
Tim MayzaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Ryan McMahon1B/PHRockiesFree Agent
Max Muncy1B/3B/PHDodgersFree Agent
Omar NarváezCMarinersFree Agent
Ryan O'Hearn1BRoyalsFree Agent
Chris PaddackSPPadresFree Agent
Thomas PannoneSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Tommy PhamCF/LFRaysFree Agent
Michael PinedaSPTwinsFree Agent
Drew PomeranzSPRed SoxFree Agent
Buster Posey1B/CGiantsFree Agent
Albert Pujols1B/DHAngelsFree Agent
J.T. RealmutoCMarlinsFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Joey RickardCF/LF/RFOriolesFree Agent
Tanner RoarkSPRedsFree Agent
Eddie RosarioLFTwinsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Pedro SeverinoCNationalsFree Agent
Andrelton SimmonsSSAngelsFree Agent
Justin Smoak1BBlue JaysFree Agent
Chad SobotkaRPBravesFree Agent
Eric Sogard2B/PH/SSBrewersFree Agent
Jorge SolerDH/RFRoyalsFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Ryan TeperaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Gleyber Torres2B/SSYankeesFree Agent
Julio UríasSPDodgersFree Agent
Drew VerHagenRPTigersFree Agent
Joey Votto1BRedsFree Agent
Christian Walker1B/PHDiamondbacksFree Agent
Luke WeaverSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Jesse WinkerLF/RFRedsFree Agent
Tony WoltersCRockiesFree Agent
Christian YelichCF/LF/RFBrewersFree Agent
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Patrick Corbin took a one-hitter into the eighth inning in his first victory with Washington, Wilmer Difo homered and the Nationals beat the punchless San Francisco Giants 4-2 on Thursday.Signed to a $140 million, six-year contract in December after pitching for six seasons in Arizona, Corbin started three games without a decision with his new team before throwing a gem in the deciding matchup of a three-game series.Corbin (1-0) struck out nine, walked one and a hit a batter over 7 2/3 innings against a struggling San Francisco offense that came in with a .208 average. The lone hits against the lefty were Evan Longoria's fifth-inning double and Erik Kratz's two-out RBI double in the eighth.After Kratz broke up the shutout, Kyle Barraclough entered and retired pinch-hitter Buster Posey. Sean Doolittle worked the ninth, giving up three hits and a run while earning his second save.San Francisco starter Drew Pomeranz (0-2) gave up four runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings... [More]
Fri Apr 1901:44Corbin takes 1-hitter into 8th, Nationals beat Giants 4-2Matt AlbersRPBrewersFree Agent
Matt AndrieseRP/SPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesFree Agent
Homer BaileySPDodgersFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Kyle BarracloughRPNationalsFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1B/CF/LFDodgersFree Agent
Joe BiaginiRP/SPBlue JaysFree Agent
Miguel Cabrera1BTigersFree Agent
Nicholas Castellanos3B/RFTigersFree Agent
Patrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Zach DaviesSPBrewersFree Agent
Wilmer Difo2B/3B/PH/SSNationalsFree Agent
Josh Donaldson3BBravesFree Agent
Sean DoolittleRPNationalsFree Agent
Clint FrazierLFYankeesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Carson FulmerSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Ken GilesRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Shane GreeneRPTigersFree Agent
Grayson GreinerCTigersFree Agent
Randal GrichukCF/LF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Josh Harrison2B/3BPiratesFree Agent
César Hernández2BPhilliesFree Agent
Teoscar HernándezLF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Yoshihisa HiranoRPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Raisel IglesiasRPRedsFree Agent
Ender InciarteCFBravesFree Agent
Kenley JansenRPDodgersFree Agent
Adam JonesCF/RFOriolesFree Agent
Ian KennedySPRoyalsFree Agent
Erik KratzCBrewersFree Agent
Evan Longoria3BGiantsFree Agent
Trey Mancini1B/LFOriolesFree Agent
Phil MatonRPPadresFree Agent
Tim MayzaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Ryan McMahon1B/PHRockiesFree Agent
Max Muncy1B/3B/PHDodgersFree Agent
Ryan O'Hearn1BRoyalsFree Agent
Chris PaddackSPPadresFree Agent
Thomas PannoneSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Tommy PhamCF/LFRaysFree Agent
Michael PinedaSPTwinsFree Agent
Drew PomeranzSPRed SoxFree Agent
Buster Posey1B/CGiantsFree Agent
J.T. RealmutoCMarlinsFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Joey RickardCF/LF/RFOriolesFree Agent
Tanner RoarkSPRedsFree Agent
Eddie RosarioLFTwinsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Pedro SeverinoCNationalsFree Agent
Justin Smoak1BBlue JaysFree Agent
Chad SobotkaRPBravesFree Agent
Eric Sogard2B/PH/SSBrewersFree Agent
Jorge SolerDH/RFRoyalsFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Ryan TeperaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Gleyber Torres2B/SSYankeesFree Agent
Julio UríasSPDodgersFree Agent
Drew VerHagenRPTigersFree Agent
Joey Votto1BRedsFree Agent
Christian Walker1B/PHDiamondbacksFree Agent
Luke WeaverSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Jesse WinkerLF/RFRedsFree Agent
Tony WoltersCRockiesFree Agent
Christian YelichCF/LF/RFBrewersFree Agent
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Patrick Corbin took a one-hitter into the eighth inning in his first victory with Washington, Wilmer Difo homered and the Nationals beat the punchless San Francisco Giants 4-2 on Thursday.Signed to a $140 million, six-year contract in December after pitching for six seasons in Arizona, Corbin started three games without a decision with his new team before throwing a gem in the deciding matchup of a three-game series.Corbin (1-0) struck out nine, walked one and a hit a batter over 7 2/3 innings against a struggling San Francisco offense that came in with a .208 average. The lone hits against the lefty were Evan Longoria's fifth-inning double and Erik Kratz's two-out RBI double in the eighth.After Kratz broke up the shutout, Kyle Barraclough entered and retired pinch-hitter Buster Posey. Sean Doolittle worked the ninth, giving up three hits and a run while earning his second save.San Francisco starter Drew Pomeranz (0-2) gave up four runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings... [More]
Fri Apr 1900:14Corbin takes 1-hitter into 8th, Nationals beat Giants 4-2Matt AlbersRPBrewersFree Agent
Matt AndrieseRP/SPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesFree Agent
Homer BaileySPDodgersFree Agent
Kyle BarracloughRPNationalsFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1B/CF/LFDodgersFree Agent
Joe BiaginiRP/SPBlue JaysFree Agent
Miguel Cabrera1BTigersFree Agent
Nicholas Castellanos3B/RFTigersFree Agent
Patrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Zach DaviesSPBrewersFree Agent
Wilmer Difo2B/3B/PH/SSNationalsFree Agent
Josh Donaldson3BBravesFree Agent
Sean DoolittleRPNationalsFree Agent
Clint FrazierLFYankeesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Carson FulmerSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Ken GilesRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Shane GreeneRPTigersFree Agent
Grayson GreinerCTigersFree Agent
Randal GrichukCF/LF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Josh Harrison2B/3BPiratesFree Agent
César Hernández2BPhilliesFree Agent
Teoscar HernándezLF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Yoshihisa HiranoRPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Ender InciarteCFBravesFree Agent
Kenley JansenRPDodgersFree Agent
Adam JonesCF/RFOriolesFree Agent
Ian KennedySPRoyalsFree Agent
Erik KratzCBrewersFree Agent
Evan Longoria3BGiantsFree Agent
Trey Mancini1B/LFOriolesFree Agent
Tim MayzaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Ryan McMahon1B/PHRockiesFree Agent
Max Muncy1B/3B/PHDodgersFree Agent
Ryan O'Hearn1BRoyalsFree Agent
Thomas PannoneSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Tommy PhamCF/LFRaysFree Agent
Michael PinedaSPTwinsFree Agent
Drew PomeranzSPRed SoxFree Agent
Buster Posey1B/CGiantsFree Agent
J.T. RealmutoCMarlinsFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Joey RickardCF/LF/RFOriolesFree Agent
Eddie RosarioLFTwinsFree Agent
Rio Ruiz3BOriolesFree Agent
Pedro SeverinoCNationalsFree Agent
Justin Smoak1BBlue JaysFree Agent
Chad SobotkaRPBravesFree Agent
Eric Sogard2B/PH/SSBrewersFree Agent
Jorge SolerDH/RFRoyalsFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Ryan TeperaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Gleyber Torres2B/SSYankeesFree Agent
Julio UríasSPDodgersFree Agent
Drew VerHagenRPTigersFree Agent
Christian Walker1B/PHDiamondbacksFree Agent
Luke WeaverSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Tony WoltersCRockiesFree Agent
Christian YelichCF/LF/RFBrewersFree Agent
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Patrick Corbin took a one-hitter into the eighth inning in his first victory with Washington, Wilmer Difo homered and the Nationals beat the punchless San Francisco Giants 4-2 on Thursday.Signed to a $140 million, six-year contract in December after pitching for six seasons in Arizona, Corbin started three games without a decision with his new team before throwing a gem in the deciding matchup of a three-game series.Corbin (1-0) struck out nine, walked one and a hit a batter over 7 2/3 innings against a struggling San Francisco offense that came in with a .208 average. The lone hits against the lefty were Evan Longoria's fifth-inning double and Erik Kratz's two-out RBI double in the eighth.After Kratz broke up the shutout, Kyle Barraclough entered and retired pinch-hitter Buster Posey. Sean Doolittle worked the ninth, giving up three hits and a run while earning his second save.San Francisco starter Drew Pomeranz (0-2) gave up four runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings... [More]
Thu Apr 1823:32LEADING OFF: Red Sox-Rays at opposite ends, Sabathia sharpMadison BumgarnerSPGiantsFree Agent
Kevin KiermaierCFRaysFree Agent
Jordan LylesRP/SPPiratesFree Agent
Dustin Pedroia2BRed SoxFree Agent
Buster Posey1B/CGiantsFree Agent
Eduardo RodríguezSPRed SoxFree Agent
Drew SmylySPRangersFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
Christian Walker1B/PHDiamondbacksFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors today:EARLY TESTOff to the best start in baseball, Kevin Kiermaier and the Tampa Bay Rays host the wobbling Red Sox. Boston is just 6-13, and a real bad series at Tropicana Field could drop the defending World Series champions into a double-digit deficit.Rays manager Kevin Cash will use an opener for the third straight game. Tampa Bay is again employing a reliever to start because ace Blake Snell is out with a broken toe — the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner might have a bullpen session this weekend.Eduardo Rodriguez (1-2, 7.98 ERA) starts for the Red Sox, who will play Tampa Bay six times in 10 days. Boston has placed second baseman Dustin Pedroia back on the injured list because of left knee irritation.A HITTING SABBATICALCC Sabathia takes a unique streak into this matchup vs. Kansas City: The Yankees lefty is the only pitcher in big league history to have back-to-back starts in the regular season of at least five innings while allowi... [More]
Thu Apr 1822:55Khris Davis, A's agree to deal adding $33.75M for '20, '21Gerrit ColeSPAstrosFree Agent
Khris DavisDH/LFAthleticsFree Agent
Edwin JacksonRPAthleticsFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — At spring training, Khris Davis expressed his desire to stay with the Oakland Athletics on a long-term contract for the next several seasons. He wants to build something special in the East Bay, while keeping up his remarkable home run pace.Davis now has the new deal he so wanted, after patiently waiting for it to get done.Davis' contract, announced by the team Thursday, takes him through the 2021 season. The deal adds $33.75 million for 2020 and '21, which increased Davis' guarantee to $50.25 million over three years, a person familiar with the agreement told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because contract terms had not been announced."Oakland has been a special place for me since I arrived," Davis said. "I love playing here in front of our fans, and my teammates make this feel, like a family. I never hid the fact that I wanted to stay in Oakland because that is how I feel and I'm glad that I can continue to call the city of O... [More]
Thu Apr 1822:17Corbin takes 1-hitter into 8th, Nationals beat Giants 4-2Matt AndrieseRP/SPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Homer BaileySPDodgersFree Agent
Kyle BarracloughRPNationalsFree Agent
Joe BiaginiRP/SPBlue JaysFree Agent
Miguel Cabrera1BTigersFree Agent
Nicholas Castellanos3B/RFTigersFree Agent
Patrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Wilmer Difo2B/3B/PH/SSNationalsFree Agent
Josh Donaldson3BBravesFree Agent
Sean DoolittleRPNationalsFree Agent
Clint FrazierLFYankeesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Carson FulmerSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Ken GilesRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Shane GreeneRPTigersFree Agent
Grayson GreinerCTigersFree Agent
Randal GrichukCF/LF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Josh Harrison2B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Teoscar HernándezLF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Yoshihisa HiranoRPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Ender InciarteCFBravesFree Agent
Adam JonesCF/RFOriolesFree Agent
Ian KennedySPRoyalsFree Agent
Erik KratzCBrewersFree Agent
Evan Longoria3BGiantsFree Agent
Tim MayzaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Ryan O'Hearn1BRoyalsFree Agent
Thomas PannoneSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Michael PinedaSPTwinsFree Agent
Drew PomeranzSPRed SoxFree Agent
Buster Posey1B/CGiantsFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Eddie RosarioLFTwinsFree Agent
Justin Smoak1BBlue JaysFree Agent
Chad SobotkaRPBravesFree Agent
Jorge SolerDH/RFRoyalsFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Ryan TeperaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Gleyber Torres2B/SSYankeesFree Agent
Drew VerHagenRPTigersFree Agent
Christian Walker1B/PHDiamondbacksFree Agent
Luke WeaverSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Patrick Corbin took a one-hitter into the eighth inning in his first victory with Washington, Wilmer Difo homered and the Nationals beat the punchless San Francisco Giants 4-2 on Thursday.Signed to a $140 million, six-year contract in December after pitching for six seasons in Arizona, Corbin started three games without a decision with his new team before throwing a gem in the deciding matchup of a three-game series.Corbin (1-0) struck out nine, walked one and a hit a batter over 7 2/3 innings against a struggling San Francisco offense that came in with a .208 average. The lone hits against the lefty were Evan Longoria's fifth-inning double and Erik Kratz's two-out RBI double in the eighth.After Kratz broke up the shutout, Kyle Barraclough entered and retired pinch-hitter Buster Posey. Sean Doolittle worked the ninth, giving up three hits and a run while earning his second save.San Francisco starter Drew Pomeranz (0-2) gave up four runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings... [More]
Thu Apr 1820:53Red Sox place Pedroia on injured list with knee irritationDustin Pedroia2BRed SoxFree Agent
Marcus WaldenRPRed SoxFree Agent
BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Red Sox have placed second baseman Dustin Pedroia on the 10-day injured list with left knee irritation.The 35-year-old Pedroia started the season on the injured list with inflammation in his left knee. He was reinstated April 9 and appeared in four games with Boston, making four starts at second base and two as a designated hitter and going 2 for 20 (.100) with a walk, an RBI and a run scored.To fill Pedroia's spot, Boston is recalling right-handed pitcher Marcus Walden from Triple-A Pawtucket ahead of Friday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays.Walden has appeared in five games this season. The right-hander is 2-0 with a 3.38 ERA. In 13 major league appearances with Boston, Walden is 2-0 with one save and a 3.57 ERA.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Thu Apr 1819:13Rangers option lefty Kyle Bird to Triple-A NashvilleKyle BirdRPRangersFree Agent
Jurickson Profar1B/2B/3B/SSAthleticsFree Agent
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The Texas Rangers have optioned left-hander Kyle Bird to Triple-A Nashville after his second stint in the majors this season.Bird has a 6.75 ERA with a save in five relief appearances for the Rangers in his first big league action.Texas will make a corresponding move before Friday's series opener against Houston to fill Bird's spot on the 25-man roster. The Rangers were off Thursday after sweeping a three-game series against the Los Angeles Angels.The Rangers got Bird from the Tampa Bay Rays during the offseason as part of a three-team deal that sent infielder Jurickson Profar to Oakland.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Thu Apr 1818:05Khris Davis, A's agree to deal adding $33.75M for '20, '21Gerrit ColeSPAstrosFree Agent
Khris DavisDH/LFAthleticsFree Agent
Edwin JacksonRPAthleticsFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — At spring training, Khris Davis expressed his desire to stay with the Oakland Athletics on a long-term contract for the next several seasons. He wants to build something special in the East Bay, while keeping up his remarkable home run pace.Davis now has the new deal he so wanted, after patiently waiting for it to get done.Davis' contract, announced by the team Thursday, takes him through the 2021 season. The deal adds $33.75 million for 2020 and '21, which increased Davis' guarantee to $50.25 million over three years, a person familiar with the agreement told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because contract terms had not been announced.Davis hit a majors-best 48 home runs last season while setting a career high with 123 RBIs, helping send the 97-win A's back to the playoffs for the first time in four years. He is leading the majors again with 10 home runs so far this season and is batting .260 with 20 RBIs."I never think he's c... [More]
Thu Apr 1817:45Corbin takes 1-hitter into 8th, Nationals beat Giants 4-2Matt AndrieseRP/SPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Kyle BarracloughRPNationalsFree Agent
Joe BiaginiRP/SPBlue JaysFree Agent
Miguel Cabrera1BTigersFree Agent
Nicholas Castellanos3B/RFTigersFree Agent
Patrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Wilmer Difo2B/3B/PH/SSNationalsFree Agent
Josh Donaldson3BBravesFree Agent
Sean DoolittleRPNationalsFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Carson FulmerSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Ken GilesRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Shane GreeneRPTigersFree Agent
Grayson GreinerCTigersFree Agent
Randal GrichukCF/LF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Josh Harrison2B/3BPiratesFree Agent
Teoscar HernándezLF/RFBlue JaysFree Agent
Yoshihisa HiranoRPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Ender InciarteCFBravesFree Agent
Adam JonesCF/RFOriolesFree Agent
Erik KratzCBrewersFree Agent
Evan Longoria3BGiantsFree Agent
Tim MayzaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Thomas PannoneSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Michael PinedaSPTwinsFree Agent
Drew PomeranzSPRed SoxFree Agent
Buster Posey1B/CGiantsFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Eddie RosarioLFTwinsFree Agent
Justin Smoak1BBlue JaysFree Agent
Chad SobotkaRPBravesFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Ryan TeperaRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Drew VerHagenRPTigersFree Agent
Christian Walker1B/PHDiamondbacksFree Agent
Luke WeaverSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Patrick Corbin took a one-hitter into the eighth inning in his first victory with Washington, Wilmer Difo homered and the Nationals beat the punchless San Francisco Giants 4-2 on Thursday.Signed to a $140 million, six-year contract in December after pitching for six seasons in Arizona, Corbin started three games without a decision with his new team before throwing a gem in the deciding matchup of a three-game series.Corbin (1-0) struck out nine, walked one and a hit a batter over 7 2/3 innings against a struggling San Francisco offense that came in with a .208 average. The lone hits against the lefty were Evan Longoria's fifth-inning double and Erik Kratz's two-out RBI double in the eighth.After Kratz broke up the shutout, Kyle Barraclough entered and retired pinch-hitter Buster Posey. Sean Doolittle worked the ninth, giving up three hits and a run while earning his second save.San Francisco starter Drew Pomeranz (0-2) gave up four runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings... [More]
Thu Apr 1817:03Khris Davis, A's agree to deal adding $33.75M for '20, '21Khris DavisDH/LFAthleticsFree Agent
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Athletics slugger Khris Davis has gotten the long-term deal he wanted.The Athletics said Thursday they had agreed to a contract through the 2021 season. The new deal adds $33.75 million for 2020 and '21, which increased Davis' guarantee to $50.25 million over three years, a person familiar with the agreement told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because terms of the deal had not been announced.Davis hit a majors-best 48 home runs last season while setting a career high with 123 RBIs. He is leading the majors again with 10 home runs so far this season. He is batting .260 with 20 RBIs.He agreed in January to a $16.5 million, one-year contract and would have been eligible for free agency after this season.Following two straight slow free-agent markets, Davis joined Chris Sale, Justin Verlander, Nolan Arenado, Paul Goldschmidt, Xander Bogaerts and Aaron Hicks in agreeing to a long-term deal and foregoing open bidding after the World Series.Gerrit Cole, Madison Bumgarner, Didi Gregorius and Anthony Rendon to top the potential free-agent group for now.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Thu Apr 1803:17LEADING OFF: Braves need a closer, Royals-Chisox tempersTim AndersonSSWhite SoxFree Agent
Zach DaviesSPBrewersFree Agent
Brad KellerRP/SPRoyalsFree Agent
Craig KimbrelRPRed SoxFree Agent
A.J. MinterRPBravesFree Agent
Dustin Pedroia2BRed SoxFree Agent
Julio UríasSPDodgersFree Agent
Arodys VizcaínoRPBravesFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors today:CLOSER NEEDEDThe Braves have a big hole in their bullpen now that closer Arodys Vizcaino will miss the rest of the season after having right shoulder surgery. General manager Alex Anthopoulos has heard fans chanting at SunTrust Park for the team to sign free agent closer Craig Kimbrel and bring him back to Atlanta, and he indicated the Braves are exploring all available options."There's been a ton of turnover from the beginning of camp to where we are today," Anthopoulos said. "I think it goes without saying we're going to look to do what we can both internally and externally."The NL East champion Braves have recently used A.J. Minter as their closer, but he's struggled.DISCIPLINE DAY?Major League Baseball will certainly review at the bench-clearing fray that erupted after Kansas City's Brad Keller drilled Tim Anderson with a fastball on Wednesday. In his previous at-bat, the energetic White Sox shortstop had spiked his bat to celebrat... [More]
Thu Apr 1800:59Anderson spikes bat, gets drilled; Royals top Chisox in 10Matt Adams1B/PHNationalsFree Agent
Sandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Tim AndersonSSWhite SoxFree Agent
Jake ArrietaSPPhilliesFree Agent
Javier Báez2B/3B/SSCubsFree Agent
Jake Bauers1B/OFIndiansFree Agent
Jesse BiddleRPBravesFree Agent
Justin Bour1B/PHAngelsFree Agent
Archie BradleyRPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Michael BrantleyLFAstrosFree Agent
Keon BroxtonCF/RFBrewersFree Agent
Walker BuehlerSPDodgersFree Agent
Nick BurdiRPPiratesFree Agent
Corbin BurnesRP/SPBrewersFree Agent
Matt Carpenter1B/3BCardinalsFree Agent
Carlos CarrascoSPIndiansFree Agent
Aroldis ChapmanRPYankeesFree Agent
Matt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Ji-Man Choi1B/DHRaysFree Agent
Shin-Soo ChooDH/LF/RFRangersFree Agent
Nelson CruzDHTwinsFree Agent
Daniel Descalso2B/3B/LF/PHCubsFree Agent
Yandy Díaz3B/DHRaysFree Agent
Josh Donaldson3BBravesFree Agent
Hunter Dozier1B/3BRoyalsFree Agent
Steven DuggarCFGiantsFree Agent
Buck FarmerRP/SPTigersFree Agent
Adam Frazier2B/LF/PHPiratesFree Agent
Clint FrazierLFYankeesFree Agent
Freddie Freeman1BBravesFree Agent
Brett GardnerCF/LFYankeesFree Agent
Brian GoodwinCF/LF/PH/RFRoyalsFree Agent
Yuli Gurriel1B/3BAstrosFree Agent
Cole HamelsSPCubsFree Agent
J.A. HappSPYankeesFree Agent
Matt HarveySPAngelsFree Agent
Ryon Healy1B/3B/DHMarinersFree Agent
Jeremy HellicksonSPNationalsFree Agent
César Hernández2BPhilliesFree Agent
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CHICAGO (AP) — Fiercely energetic Tim Anderson spiked his bat to celebrate a home run and Kansas City's Brad Keller responded by drilling him with a fastball, setting off a benches-clearing fracas in the Royals' 4-3, 10-inning victory over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday.Anderson tossed his bat toward the White Sox dugout following his two-run drive in the fourth inning. Keller hit him in the buttocks with his first pitch leading off the sixth.Anderson, the AL's leading hitter, was restrained by Royals catcher Martin Maldonado but kept jawing with Keller on the way to first base. The dugouts and bullpens emptied, though no punches appeared to be thrown. White Sox manager Rick Renteria and Royals bench coach Dale Sveum shoved each other, and the usually mild-mannered Renteria was particularly animated.There were four ejections — Anderson, Keller, Renteria and Sveum.Hunter Dozier led off the 10th with a tiebreaking homer against Nate Jones (0-1). His drive to left on a 2-0 fastbal... [More]
Thu Apr 1800:00Anderson spikes bat, gets drilled; Royals top Chisox in 10Matt Adams1B/PHNationalsFree Agent
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CHICAGO (AP) — Fiercely energetic Tim Anderson spiked his bat to celebrate a home run and Kansas City's Brad Keller responded by drilling him with a fastball, setting off a benches-clearing fracas in the Royals' 4-3, 10-inning victory over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday.Anderson tossed his bat toward the White Sox dugout following his two-run drive in the fourth inning. Keller hit him in the buttocks with his first pitch leading off the sixth.Anderson, the AL's leading hitter, was restrained by Royals catcher Martin Maldonado but kept jawing with Keller on the way to first base. The dugouts and bullpens emptied, though no punches appeared to be thrown. White Sox manager Rick Renteria and Royals bench coach Dale Sveum shoved each other, and the usually mild-mannered Renteria was particularly animated.There were four ejections — Anderson, Keller, Renteria and Sveum.Hunter Dozier led off the 10th with a tiebreaking homer against Nate Jones (0-1). His drive to left on a 2-0 fastbal... [More]
Wed Apr 1723:42Price criticizes MLB for teams idle on Jackie Robinson DayDavid PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price thinks Major League Baseball made a mistake by having just 10 games Monday on Jackie Robinson Day."Hey @mlb every year on April 15th we celebrate Jackie Robinson Day," Price tweeted Wednesday. "EVERYONE plays on that day next year deal? No one should have an off day let alone 10 teams!!"African American players dropped from 18 percent of the majors leagues in 1991 to 7.7 percent in 2017, then rose to 8.4 percent in 2018, according to The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at Central Florida. Price, who won the 2012 AL Cy Young Award, thinks more efforts on Jackie Robinson Day are needed.Jackie Robinson broke the major league color barrier for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947."1/3 of @mlb teams had an off day on Jackie Robinson day," tweeted Price, who is black. "I just can't wrap my head around that. We've had a problem for a while and this couldn't make it any more noticeable."This year, April 15 fell on a Monday. Mos... [More]
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CHICAGO (AP) — Fiercely energetic Tim Anderson spiked his bat to celebrate a home run and Kansas City's Brad Keller responded by drilling him with a fastball, setting off a benches-clearing fracas in the Royals' 4-3, 10-inning victory over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday.Anderson tossed his bat toward the White Sox dugout following his two-run drive in the fourth inning. Keller hit him in the buttocks with his first pitch leading off the sixth.Anderson, the AL's leading hitter, was restrained by Royals catcher Martin Maldonado but kept jawing with Keller on the way to first base. The dugouts and bullpens emptied, though no punches appeared to be thrown. White Sox manager Rick Renteria and Royals bench coach Dale Sveum shoved each other, and the usually mild-mannered Renteria was particularly animated.There were four ejections — Anderson, Keller, Renteria and Sveum.Hunter Dozier led off the 10th with a tiebreaking homer against Nate Jones (0-1). His drive to left on a 2-0 fastbal... [More]
Wed Apr 1723:33Boston's Pedroia leaves game with left knee discomfortJ.A. HappSPYankeesFree Agent
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NEW YORK (AP) — Dustin Pedroia's painful left knee forced him out of Wednesday night's 5-3 loss to the Yankees after 1 1/2 innings, and the Boston second baseman planned to remain in New York for an examination rather than travel with the team to Tampa Bay.The 2008 AL MVP was hurt when he fouled off an 0-1 pitch from J.A. Happ in the second inning, Red Sox manager Alex Cora said."I was surprised that he came up to me and told me that, but at least he was honest," Cora said. "He was down. I haven't seen him like that. Hopefully, it's nothing serious, and it's something that he just got scared."Eduardo Núñez replaced Pedroia for the bottom half.Pedroia was activated from the injured list April 9 and is 2 for 20 at the plate.He has been slowed since a slide into his surgically repaired left knee at second base by Baltimore's Manny Machado on April 21, 2017. Dr. Riley Williams III of the Hospital for Special Surgery operated on Pedroia's left knee on Oct. 25, 2017, and Pedroia was limited to three big league games in 2018, from May 26-29.Cora said Pedroia would not be examined by the surgeon but by another doctor.Pedroia, 35, had not played the field since Saturday, and Cora said Pedroia also has been feeling ill. The Red Sox play three games on artificial turf at Tama Bay starting Friday, so another trip to the injured list is possible.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Apr 1721:23A's place Marco Estrada on 10-day IL with lumbar strainChris BassittSPAthleticsFree Agent
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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Athletics placed pitcher Marco Estrada on the 10-day injured list because of a lumbar strain, one day after a second consecutive shaky outing.Estrada allowed seven runs and walked three in 3 1/3 innings in Tuesday night's loss to the Houston Astros. It was the second straight start that Estrada failed to make it past the fourth."He's had some back and hip things kind of in concert giving him a little trouble right now," A's manager Bob Melvin said. "He's had that in the past. We knew that 30-plus starts were probably not going to be realistic, and from time to time that this is something we were going to have to do with him. We knew all that going in."Estrada signed a $4 million, one-year contract with Oakland in the offseason and has been second in Melvin's rotation. The A's are winless in his five starts.Right-hander Chris Bassitt was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas and is expected to take Estrada's place in the rotation.__More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Apr 1720:17LEADING OFF: Braves need a closer, Royals-Chisox tempersTim AndersonSSWhite SoxFree Agent
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A look at what's happening around the majors Thursday:CLOSER NEEDEDThe Braves have a big hole in their bullpen now that closer Arodys Vizcaino will miss the rest of the season after having right shoulder surgery. General manager Alex Anthopoulos has heard fans chanting at SunTrust Park for the team to sign free agent closer Craig Kimbrel and bring him back to Atlanta, and he indicated the Braves are exploring all available options."There's been a ton of turnover from the beginning of camp to where we are today," Anthopoulos said. "I think it goes without saying we're going to look to do what we can both internally and externally."The NL East champion Braves have recently used A.J. Minter as their closer, but he's struggled.DISCIPLINE DAY?Major League Baseball will certainly review at the bench-clearing fray that erupted after Kansas City's Brad Keller drilled Tim Anderson with a fastball on Wednesday. In his previous at-bat, the energetic White Sox shortstop had spiked his bat to celeb... [More]
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