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Thu Oct 1711:01This Date in BaseballJesús Aguilar1B/PHBrewersFree Agent
Carlos BeltránDHFree Agent
Yoenis CéspedesLFMetsFree Agent
Jimmy CorderoRP/SPNationalsFree Agent
Rajai DavisCF/LF/PRIndiansFree Agent
Daniel Descalso2B/3B/LF/PHCubsFree Agent
Rafael Devers3BRed SoxFree Agent
Matt GarzaSPBrewersFree Agent
J.A. HappSPYankeesFree Agent
Kiké Hernández2B/CF/LF/PH/SSDodgersFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Ryan MerrittSPIndiansFree Agent
Andrew MillerRPCardinalsFree Agent
Brad Miller1B/2BBrewersFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
David PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Hyun-Jin RyuSPDodgersFree Agent
Patrick SandovalFree Agent
Josh TomlinRP/SPIndiansFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
Shane VictorinoFree Agent
Michael WachaSPCardinalsFree Agent
Oct. 181910 — The Philadelphia Athletics pounded the Chicago Cubs 9-3 for a 2-0 lead in the World Series. Eddie Collins had three hits, including two doubles, and two stolen bases.1950 — Connie Mack, at age 87, retired as manager of the Philadelphia Athletics after 50 years, and Jimmy Dykes was named to replace him. Mack, together with Ben Shibe, founded the Athletics in 1901.1973 — The Mets' Jerry Koosman and Tug McGraw combined to three-hit the Oakland A's and take 3-2 lead in the World Series.1977 — Reggie Jackson hit three consecutive home runs to lead New York to an 8-4 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers and give the Yankees the World Series title in six games. Jackson drove in five runs, and all three shots came on the first pitch.1992 — Backup catcher Ed Sprague's pinch-hit home run gave the Toronto Blue Jays a 5-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves and evened up the World Series at one game apiece. Sprague hit a two-run homer with one out in the ninth inning — the 17... [More]
Wed Oct 1622:51Joe Maddon returns to Los Angeles Angels as managerShohei OhtaniDH/PH/SPAngelsFree Agent
Albert Pujols1B/DHAngelsFree Agent
Tyler SkaggsSPAngelsFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Joe Maddon is back under the halo.Maddon agreed to a three-year deal to become the Los Angeles Angels' manager on Wednesday, reuniting the World Series-winning former bench boss of the Chicago Cubs with the organization where he spent the first three decades of his baseball career."We are thrilled that Joe is coming back home and bringing an exciting brand of baseball to our fans," general manager Billy Eppler said. "Every stop he has made throughout his managerial career, he has built a culture that is focused on winning while also allowing his players to thrive. We believe Joe will be a great asset for our club and look forward to him leading the team to another World Series championship."The Angels will formally introduce the 65-year-old Maddon at a news conference next week, but he already knows his way around Angel Stadium.Maddon signed with the Angels as an undrafted catcher in 1975, and he spent the next 31 seasons working at almost every level of the or... [More]
Wed Oct 1616:51Yanks' Boone defends catcher Sánchez as 'excellent' defenderZack BrittonRPYankeesFree Agent
Adam OttavinoRPRockiesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees manager Aaron Boone wasn't sure Wednesday what his lineup for the next day's Game 4 of the AL Championship Series would look like.Gary Sánchez will be behind the plate, though — whether many in the Bronx want it that way or not.Boone doubled down on his defense of Sánchez after Wednesday's scheduled Game 4 was postponed a day due to rain. Boone said his catcher has been "excellent" defensively, and he wouldn't hesitate to start the two-time All-Star against the Houston Astros.New York lost to Houston 4-1 on Tuesday to fall behind 2-1 in the series. One of the Astros' runs scored when Sánchez couldn't get in front of a wild fastball from left-hander Zack Britton with a man on third base, a play that prompted a lot of criticism from Yankees fans."He's been excellent behind the plate from a game-calling standpoint, from a game-plan target, receiving," Boone said. "A lot of people are making a lot of the block. There's a lot of 94 mph fastballs that guys don'... [More]
Wed Oct 1616:31There from the start for Nationals, Zimmerman in 1st SeriesAdam EatonCF/LF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Trea TurnerSSNationalsFree Agent
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bottle of beer in hand, Ryan Zimmerman stood alone in the Nationals Park home clubhouse for a few moments, taking in the scene while his teammates celebrated reaching Washington's first World Series since 1933.Eventually, someone threw an arm around the 35-year-old Zimmerman's shoulders and ushered him back into the fray, where he joined others in chugging alcohol out of the NL Championship Series trophy after completing a four-game sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals. Only fitting that the long-time "face of the franchise" would be right in the middle of things for the club's biggest moment since it arrived in the nation's capital from Montreal."I've seen him tear up a couple times, already. Just getting past the first round, and now that we're on to the World Series," shortstop Trea Turner said amid the frivolity Tuesday night, talking about the first guy ever drafted by the Nationals in 2005 and the only player to wear their uniform in each and every one of their 15... [More]
Wed Oct 1616:11Joe Maddon returns to Los Angeles Angels as new managerShohei OhtaniDH/PH/SPAngelsFree Agent
Albert Pujols1B/DHAngelsFree Agent
Tyler SkaggsSPAngelsFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Joe Maddon is back under the halo.Maddon agreed to a three-year deal to become the Los Angeles Angels' manager on Wednesday, reuniting the World Series-winning former bench boss of the Chicago Cubs with the organization where he spent the first three decades of his baseball career."We are thrilled that Joe is coming back home and bringing an exciting brand of baseball to our fans," general manager Billy Eppler said. "Every stop he has made throughout his managerial career, he has built a culture that is focused on winning while also allowing his players to thrive. We believe Joe will be a great asset for our club and look forward to him leading the team to another World Series championship."The Angels will formally introduce the 65-year-old Maddon at a news conference next week, but he already knows his way around Angel Stadium.Maddon signed with the Angels as an undrafted catcher in 1975, and he spent the next 31 seasons working at almost every level of the or... [More]
Wed Oct 1616:11Yanks' bullpen to be tested after rainout squeezes ALCSZack BrittonRPYankeesFree Agent
Aroldis ChapmanRPYankeesFree Agent
Zack GreinkeSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Aaron HicksCF/LFYankeesFree Agent
James PaxtonSPYankeesFree Agent
Giancarlo StantonDH/LF/RFYankeesFree Agent
Masahiro TanakaSPYankeesFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — A rainy day in the Bronx has left a most daunting October test for the New York Yankees vaunted bullpen: four games, four days and already a deficit to overcome against the Houston Astros in their AL Championship Series.Game 4 of the ALCS scheduled for Wednesday night was postponed a day because of poor weather, with Game 5 pushed to Friday night at Yankee Stadium and Games 6 and 7 in Houston on Saturday and Sunday, if necessary. The Astros beat New York 4-1 on Tuesday to take a 2-1 series lead.The winner will face Washington and its well-rested, talented rotation starting in the AL city on Tuesday night.With New York relying so heavily on its relievers this month, the starter-driven Astros may be at an advantage."If we're going to win this series, our bullpen will still play a huge role, obviously," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. "But we've got to be able to get a little bit of distance out of our starters."Houston will pitch Zack Greinke on Thursday against the Y... [More]
Wed Oct 1613:41Joe Maddon returns to Los Angeles Angels as new managerShohei OhtaniDH/PH/SPAngelsFree Agent
Albert Pujols1B/DHAngelsFree Agent
Tyler SkaggsSPAngelsFree Agent
Mike TroutCFAngelsFree Agent
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Joe Maddon is back under the halo.Maddon agreed to a three-year deal to become the Los Angeles Angels' manager on Wednesday, reuniting the World Series-winning former manager of the Chicago Cubs with the organization where he spent the first three decades of his baseball career."We are thrilled that Joe is coming back home and bringing an exciting brand of baseball to our fans," general manager Billy Eppler said. "Every stop he has made throughout his managerial career, he has built a culture that is focused on winning while also allowing his players to thrive. We believe Joe will be a great asset for our club and look forward to him leading the team to another World Series championship."The Angels will formally introduce the 65-year-old Maddon at a news conference next week, but he already knows his way around Angel Stadium.Maddon signed with the Angels as an undrafted catcher in 1975, and he spent the next 31 seasons working at almost every level of the organ... [More]
Wed Oct 1613:21NLCS sweep puts damper on Cardinals' 92-win seasonJack FlahertySPCardinalsFree Agent
Paul Goldschmidt1BCardinalsFree Agent
Dakota HudsonRP/SPCardinalsFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Marcell OzunaLFCardinalsFree Agent
Adam WainwrightSPCardinalsFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
From one corner of a sullen clubhouse came the glass half full view of the St. Louis Cardinals' season."People did not think we were going to be here," veteran pitcher Adam Wainwright said. "I think if you had asked Cardinals (fans) in spring training if we got to the NLCS, would they be happy? Most of them would probably say yes."On the opposite wall several locker stalls away came a harsher review."Everybody always counted us out," second baseman Kolten Wong said. "I guess now the haters, they can agree with us that we weren't the best team right now."They're both right. The Cardinals exceeded preseason expectations and came from 5½ games back in June to win the NL Central and advance to the NL Championship Series. But 48 strikeouts and six runs in a four-game sweep at the hands of the World Series-bound Washington Nationals put a damper on a season of growth in St. Louis that players believe will set the foundation for more winning to come."Proud of this group," said Yadier Molina,... [More]
Wed Oct 1612:11ALCS Game 4 postponed for rain, Yanks-Astros resume ThursdayZack BrittonRPYankeesFree Agent
Chad GreenRPYankeesFree Agent
Zack GreinkeSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Tommy KahnleRPYankeesFree Agent
Adam OttavinoRPRockiesFree Agent
Luis SeverinoSPYankeesFree Agent
Masahiro TanakaSPYankeesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Game 4 of the AL Championship Series scheduled for Wednesday night has been postponed because of rain in the forecast.The Houston Astros and New York Yankees will play Game 4 on Thursday night instead, with Game 5 on Friday at Yankee Stadium and Game 6 in Houston on Saturday if necessary. Houston beat New York 4-1 in the Bronx on Tuesday night to take a 2-1 series lead.It's expected that Houston will start Zack Greinke against the Yankees' Masahiro Tanaka in a rematch of Game 1. Tanaka pitched six sterling innings as New York won the opener 7-0.Both clubs had planned to use bullpen openers Wednesday, and the day off will be welcome for New York after manager Aaron Boone used five relievers to cover 4 2/3 innings Tuesday. Starter Luis Severino threw 36 pitches in the first inning and was pulled in the fifth. Boone deployed key arms Chad Green, Tommy Kahnle, Adam Ottavino and Zack Britton in the loss, although none threw more than 11 pitches.Of course, now the teams mig... [More]
Wed Oct 1610:11This Date in BaseballHanser AlbertoSSYankeesFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
Alex Bregman3B/SSAstrosFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Chris MazzaFree Agent
Albert Pujols1B/DHAngelsFree Agent
Myles StrawLFAstrosFree Agent
Oct. 171911 — The Philadelphia Athletics scored twice in the 11th to beat the New York Giants 3-2 in Game 3 of the World Series. Frank Baker hit a home run in the ninth inning off Christy Mathewson to tie the score 1-1. Baker was tagged with the nickname "Home Run" for his exploits.1960 — The National League formally awarded franchises to the New York Metropolitan Baseball Club, Inc., headed by Joan Payson and a Houston group headed by Judge Roy Hofheinz, Craig Cullinan and R.E. Smith.1979 — Willie Stargell's two-run homer gave the Pirates a 4-1 triumph over the Baltimore Orioles and the World Series in seven games.1987 — The Minnesota Twins overpowered St. Louis 10-1 in the opening game of the first indoor World Series game.1989 — Minutes before Game 3 of the World Series between Oakland and San Francisco, an earthquake hit the Bay Area. The game was postponed and the series resumed 11 days later.1991 — Powered by John Smoltz's shutout pitching, the Atlanta Braves shed the... [More]
Wed Oct 1609:51Tipped off: Pitch-tipping paranoia haunting teams in OctoberTucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Carlos BeltránDHFree Agent
Alex Bregman3B/SSAstrosFree Agent
Tyler GlasnowRP/SPRaysFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Erik KratzCBrewersFree Agent
James PaxtonSPYankeesFree Agent
Alex RodriguezFree Agent
Luis SeverinoSPYankeesFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Astros manager AJ Hinch has heard the chatter — that Rays starter Tyler Glasnow was offering a sneak peek on his off-speed deliveries, that Houston had a poker-worthy tell on Yankees hard throwers James Paxton and Luis Severino.All that pitch-tipping paranoia?"I think it's kind of funny," Hinch said.A year after suspicions on sign stealing made headlines when a man associated with the Astros was caught pointing a cellphone into opposing dugouts, Houston is giving pitchers pause again, perhaps with nothing more than the naked eye.There's no rule against noticing a tipped pitch, and Hinch stated plainly during this AL Championship Series who is at fault if Houston knows what's coming."If they don't want to tip their pitches," Hinch said, "then they should take consideration into doing the same thing over and over again."Batter's box espionage can take two forms — pitch tipping or sign stealing. The first is totally legal, just a matter of good scouting. Hitters migh... [More]
Wed Oct 1603:21Tipped off: Pitch-tipping paranoia haunting teams in OctoberTucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
Carlos BeltránDHFree Agent
Alex Bregman3B/SSAstrosFree Agent
Tyler GlasnowRP/SPRaysFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
Erik KratzCBrewersFree Agent
James PaxtonSPYankeesFree Agent
Alex RodriguezFree Agent
Luis SeverinoSPYankeesFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Astros manager AJ Hinch has heard the chatter — that Rays starter Tyler Glasnow was offering a sneak peek on his offspeed deliveries, that Houston had a poker-worthy tell on Yankees hard throwers James Paxton and Luis Severino.All that pitch-tipping paranoia?"I think it's kind of funny," Hinch said.A year after suspicions on sign stealing made headlines when a man associated with the Astros was caught pointing a cellphone into opposing dugouts, Houston is giving pitchers pause again, perhaps with nothing more than the naked eye.There's no rule against noticing a tipped pitch, and Hinch stated plainly during this AL Championship Series who is at fault if Houston knows what's coming."If they don't want to tip their pitches," Hinch said, "then they should take consideration into doing the same thing over and over again."Batter's box espionage can take two forms — pitch tipping or sign stealing. The first totally legal, just a matter of good scouting. Hitters might ge... [More]
Wed Oct 1600:50Cardinals implode in 1st inning, swept by Nationals in NLCSPatrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Tommy EdmanFree Agent
Dexter FowlerCF/RFCardinalsFree Agent
Paul Goldschmidt1BCardinalsFree Agent
Dakota HudsonRP/SPCardinalsFree Agent
Marcell OzunaLFCardinalsFree Agent
Adam WainwrightSPCardinalsFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Mike Shildt took the ball from Dakota Hudson and patted him on the back of the neck.Hudson was out of the game after recording one out on 15 pitches against eight Washington Nationals batters, and the St. Louis Cardinals were on the receiving end of what they did to the Atlanta Braves in the last round. Tears welled up in the 25-year-old's eyes thinking back to that moment."He just was saying I had a good year and that I had an impact on the team getting here," an emotional Hudson said. "Just a little bit of nice words, I guess, to say as I was coming off."The Nationals put up seven runs in the first inning to beat the Cardinals 7-4 in Game 4 of the NL Championship Series on Tuesday and sweep them out of the playoffs in unceremonious fashion. St. Louis was outscored 20-6 and never led at any point."We proved — and this doesn't require advanced sabermetrics — you have to get a lead to win a game," Shildt said. "We weren't able to do that."Hours after the manager ... [More]
Wed Oct 1600:11Cardinals implode in 1st inning, swept by Nationals in NLCSPatrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Tommy EdmanFree Agent
Dexter FowlerCF/RFCardinalsFree Agent
Paul Goldschmidt1BCardinalsFree Agent
Dakota HudsonRP/SPCardinalsFree Agent
Marcell OzunaLFCardinalsFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Mike Shildt took the ball from Dakota Hudson and patted him on the back of the neck.Hudson was out of the game after recording one out on 15 pitches against eight Washington Nationals batters, and the St. Louis Cardinals were on the receiving end of what they did to the Atlanta Braves in the last round.The Nationals put up seven runs in the first inning to beat the Cardinals 7-4 in Game 4 of the NL Championship Series on Tuesday and sweep them out of the playoffs in unceremonious fashion. St. Louis was outscored 20-6 and never was ahead at any point."We proved — and this doesn't require advanced sabermetrics — you have to get a lead to win a game. So we weren't able to do that," Shildt said.Hours after the manager said his team "has always believed in itself" and will continue to do that, it was like the Cardinals forgot how to play baseball. Hudson didn't have his best stuff but was done in by a succession of baffling errors and defensive blunders from the Card... [More]
Tue Oct 1523:21St. Louis-Washington RunsHarrison BaderCF/PH/RFCardinalsFree Agent
Patrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Paul DeJong2B/SSCardinalsFree Agent
Adam EatonCF/LF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Tommy EdmanFree Agent
Dexter FowlerCF/RFCardinalsFree Agent
Paul Goldschmidt1BCardinalsFree Agent
Yan GomesCNationalsFree Agent
Ryan HelsleySPCardinalsFree Agent
Howie Kendrick2B/LFNationalsFree Agent
José Martínez1B/LF/PH/RFCardinalsFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Marcell OzunaLFCardinalsFree Agent
Anthony Rendon3BNationalsFree Agent
Victor RoblesCFNationalsFree Agent
Juan SotoLF/RFNationalsFree Agent
Trea TurnerSSNationalsFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
Ryan Zimmerman1BNationalsFree Agent
Nationals first. Trea Turner singles to right field. Adam Eaton doubles to right center field. Trea Turner to third. Anthony Rendon out on a sacrifice fly to center field to Harrison Bader. Trea Turner scores. Juan Soto doubles to deep left field. Adam Eaton scores. Howie Kendrick is intentionally walked. Ryan Zimmerman reaches on a fielder's choice to third base. Howie Kendrick to second. Juan Soto to third. Fielding error by Kolten Wong. Victor Robles singles to shallow right field. Ryan Zimmerman to second. Howie Kendrick to third. Juan Soto scores. Yan Gomes singles to left field. Victor Robles to second. Ryan Zimmerman scores. Howie Kendrick scores. Patrick Corbin out on a sacrifice bunt to shallow infield, Yadier Molina to Kolten Wong. Yan Gomes to second. Victor Robles to third. Trea Turner singles to left field. Yan Gomes scores. Victor Robles scores. Adam Eaton lines out to shortstop to Paul DeJong.7 runs, 6 hits, 1 error, 1 left on. Nationals 7, Cardinals 0.Cardinals fourth. ... [More]
Tue Oct 1522:41Reddick: Yankees fans 'disrespectful' for throwing debrisAlex Bregman3B/SSAstrosFree Agent
Luis CessaSPYankeesFree Agent
Josh ReddickLF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Luis SeverinoSPYankeesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Houston Astros right fielder Josh Reddick called out Yankees fans for tossing water bottles, baseballs and other objects on the field during New York's 4-1 loss in the AL Championship Series on Tuesday night."You throw a baseball hard enough and hit somebody in the head when they're not looking, it could do some damage to the player, so it's definitely disrespectful and at the same time very unsafe," Reddick said.Fans erupted after a replay review changed Edwin Encarnación's infield hit leading off the eighth to a groundout. Houston went on to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series."I don't think fans realize when they do that that you could hit a player. You hit a baseball player with a baseball from the third deck, it's got a little bit of movement on it so it can definitely do some damage to you and it's frustrating to see as a player in the outfield," Reddick said. "I saw water bottles and like two baseballs. There were two souvenir baseballs thrown in cente... [More]
Tue Oct 1522:20Yankees slumping at plate, fall behind 2-1 to Astros in ALCSAlex Bregman3B/SSAstrosFree Agent
Zack BrittonRPYankeesFree Agent
Luis CessaSPYankeesFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPAstrosFree Agent
Brett GardnerCF/LFYankeesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSYankeesFree Agent
Yuli Gurriel1B/3BAstrosFree Agent
Aaron JudgeRFYankeesFree Agent
DJ LeMahieu2BRockiesFree Agent
Adam OttavinoRPRockiesFree Agent
Josh ReddickLF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Joe SmithRPAstrosFree Agent
George SpringerCF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Giancarlo StantonDH/LF/RFYankeesFree Agent
Masahiro TanakaSPYankeesFree Agent
Gleyber Torres2B/SSYankeesFree Agent
Gio Urshela3BBlue JaysFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Didi Gregorius turned on a first-pitch fastball from Gerrit Cole with two on and two outs in the fifth inning and sent it soaring toward the right-field seats. The crowd at Yankee Stadium rose and roared, hoping for a go-ahead drive."I think every flyball in 2019 is a homer," Houston manager AJ Hinch said. "It's kind of been conditioned that way."Gregorius stood at the plate, watching, then took some tentative steps toward first base as Josh Reddick gloved the ball a step in front of the right-field wall, 343 feet away."I missed it," Gregorius said. "I know I didn't have all of it."New York stranded nine during a 4-1 loss to Houston on Tuesday night that put the Yankees in a 2-1 AL Championship Series deficit, going 0 for 6 with runners in scoring position.Gregorius, who hit a grand slam against Minnesota in the previous playoff round, left the bases loaded in the first when he hit an inning-ending groundout — also on the first pitch. He went 0 for 4 and saw just si... [More]
Tue Oct 1521:40Corbin 1st with 10 Ks in 1st 4 innings of postseason gamePatrick CorbinSPNationalsFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington Nationals left-hander Patrick Corbin is the first pitcher with 10 strikeouts in the first four innings of a postseason game, according to STATS .The Nationals led the St. Louis Cardinals 7-1 as Game 4 of the NL Championship Series headed to the fifth inning Tuesday night.Corbin is trying to help Washington finish off a sweep of the NLCS and reach the World Series.He began the game by striking out the first four batters he faced. Yadier Molina and Kolten Wong were the only two Cardinals position players who did not fan at least once in the first four innings.Molina homered in the fourth.The record for most strikeouts in a postseason game is 17, set by Bob Gibson of the Cardinals in Game 1 of the 1968 World Series against Detroit.___More AP baseball: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Tue Oct 1520:10Houston-N.Y. Yankees RunsJose Altuve2BAstrosFree Agent
Yordan AlvarezLFAstrosFree Agent
Michael BrantleyLFAstrosFree Agent
Alex Bregman3B/SSAstrosFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
Edwin Encarnación1B/DHMarinersFree Agent
Brett GardnerCF/LFYankeesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSYankeesFree Agent
Yuli Gurriel1B/3BAstrosFree Agent
Aaron HicksCF/LFYankeesFree Agent
DJ LeMahieu2BRockiesFree Agent
Josh ReddickLF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Gary SánchezCYankeesFree Agent
Luis SeverinoSPYankeesFree Agent
George SpringerCF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Gleyber Torres2B/SSYankeesFree Agent
Gio Urshela3BBlue JaysFree Agent
Astros first. George Springer grounds out to third base, Gio Urshela to DJ LeMahieu. Jose Altuve homers to center field. Michael Brantley walks. Alex Bregman strikes out swinging. Yuli Gurriel singles to shortstop. Michael Brantley to second. Yordan Alvarez walks. Yuli Gurriel to second. Michael Brantley to third. Carlos Correa pops out to shallow center field to Gleyber Torres.1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 3 left on. Astros 1, Yankees 0.Astros second. Josh Reddick homers to right field. Martin Maldonado strikes out swinging. George Springer strikes out swinging. Jose Altuve reaches on error. Fielding error by Luis Severino. Michael Brantley strikes out swinging.1 run, 1 hit, 1 error, 1 left on. Astros 2, Yankees 0.Astros seventh. George Springer walks. Jose Altuve singles to right field. George Springer to third. Michael Brantley reaches on a fielder's choice to first base, advances to 2nd. Jose Altuve to third. George Springer out at home. Alex Bregman is intentionally walked. Yuli Gurrie... [More]
Tue Oct 1518:40Plate umpire Jeff Nelson leaves ALCS Game 3 with concussionYuli Gurriel1B/3BAstrosFree Agent
Luis SeverinoSPYankeesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Plate umpire Jeff Nelson left Game 3 of the AL Championship Series with a concussion after taking a pair of foul tips off the mask, causing a 16-minute delay at Yankee Stadium.Nelson was struck by a foul off the bat of Houston's Yuli Gurriel in the third inning on Tuesday and Martín Maldonado in the fourth."That's two good ones," Nelson, who wore a television microphone, told Yankees head athletic trainer Steve Donohue, who came on the field. Nelson added he would get water during the inning break.Houston led 2-0 when the game was delayed after the fourth inning while Kerwin Danley, who was at second base, went back to the umpires' locker room and changed into gear to work the plate.Mark Carlson switched from third to second and Marvin Hudson from left field to third.Yankees pitcher Luis Severino was given additional time to warm up again, and the game proceeded with a five-man crew and no left-field umpire.Six-man crews are the norm in the postseason, with a pair of outfield umpires added to the usual four.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
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