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Wed Jun 2323:59Banged-up Mets get Conforto back, good news on StromanMichael ConfortoRFMetsFree Agent
J.D. DavisLFMetsFree Agent
Robert GsellmanRPMetsFree Agent
Luis GuillormeSSMetsFree Agent
Joey LucchesiSPPadresFree Agent
Corey OswaltSPMetsFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
Jonathan VillarCFMarlinsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Marcus Stroman is optimistic he can make his next scheduled start for the New York Mets after an MRI showed no damage to his sore left hip. That was good news for the depleted Mets, who reinstated right fielder Michael Conforto from the injured list Wednesday — one of eight roster moves the banged-up NL East leaders made before their series finale against Atlanta. Conforto had been sidelined since straining his right hamstring on May 16. He was ready to return Tuesday but wasn't activated after Triple-A Syracuse’s game was postponed to allow for more COVID-19 testing and contact tracing within the organization. Conforto spent last weekend on a rehab assignment with Syracuse, so the Mets said they decided not to reinstate him Tuesday “out of an abundance of caution.” “It was definitely a rollercoaster,” Conforto said. “Super excited yesterday. Fortunately, everything was fine.” The outfielder said Wednesday he tested negative three times and was feelin... [More]
Wed Jun 2323:30Giants wait out Ohtani, beat Angels in 13 inningsYordan AlvarezDHAstrosFree Agent
Alex AvilaCTwinsFree Agent
Josh Bell1BPiratesFree Agent
Bo BichetteSSBlue JaysFree Agent
Xander BogaertsSSRed SoxFree Agent
Zack BrittonRPYankeesFree Agent
Griffin CanningSPAngelsFree Agent
Starlin Castro2BNationalsFree Agent
Dylan CeaseSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Aroldis ChapmanRPYankeesFree Agent
Michael ConfortoRFMetsFree Agent
Brandon CrawfordSSGiantsFree Agent
Steven DuggarRFGiantsFree Agent
Eduardo Escobar3BDiamondbacksFree Agent
Paolo EspinoSPNationalsFree Agent
Michael FulmerSPTigersFree Agent
Joey GalloRFRangersFree Agent
Kevin GausmanSPGiantsFree Agent
Yasmani GrandalCWhite SoxFree Agent
Josh HaderRPBrewersFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFPhilliesFree Agent
Josh Harrison2BNationalsFree Agent
Rich HillSPTwinsFree Agent
Greg HollandRPRoyalsFree Agent
Brock Holt2B/3BNationalsFree Agent
Dominic LeoneRPIndiansFree Agent
Francisco LindorSSIndiansFree Agent
Brandon Lowe2BRaysFree Agent
Nate Lowe1B/DHRaysFree Agent
Matt ManningSPTigersFree Agent
Starling MarteCFDiamondbacksFree Agent
Brett MartinRPRangersFree Agent
Chas McCormickRFAstrosFree Agent
Andrew McCutchenLFPhilliesFree Agent
Jeff McNeil3BMetsFree Agent
Austin MeadowsRF/DHRaysFree Agent
Sean MurphyCAthleticsFree Agent
Héctor NerisRPPhilliesFree Agent
Rougned Odor2BRangersFree Agent
Shohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
Corey OswaltSPMetsFree Agent
Jace Peterson2BBrewersFree Agent
Yusmeiro PetitRPAthleticsFree Agent
Tanner RaineyRPNationalsFree Agent
Robbie RaySPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Garrett RichardsSPPadresFree Agent
Sebastian RiveroSPRoyalsFree Agent
Brendan RodgersSSRockiesFree Agent
Trevor RogersSPMarlinsFree Agent
Jordan RomanoSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Carlos Santana1BIndiansFree Agent
Jonathan Schoop2BTigersFree Agent
Kyle SchwarberLFCubsFree Agent
Caleb SmithSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Giancarlo StantonLFYankeesFree Agent
Trevor StorySSRockiesFree Agent
Kurt SuzukiCNationalsFree Agent
Mike TauchmanLFYankeesFree Agent
Abraham Toro3BAstrosFree Agent
Ronald Torreyes2BPhilliesFree Agent
Taylor TrammellCFMarinersFree Agent
Luke Voit1BYankeesFree Agent
Tyler Wade2B/LFYankeesFree Agent
Christian Walker1BDiamondbacksFree Agent
Taylor Ward3BAngelsFree Agent
Eli WhiteSSRangersFree Agent
Brandon WoodruffSPBrewersFree Agent
Kyle WrightSPBravesFree Agent
Mike ZuninoCRaysFree Agent
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Shohei Ohtani struck out nine over six innings of one-run ball for the Angels, but the San Francisco Giants rallied for seven runs in the 13th inning of a 9-3 victory over Los Angeles on Wednesday. Steven Duggar had an RBI double in the 12th and a two-run single in the 13th for the Giants, who finally blew it open while the Angels had outfielder Taylor Ward playing catcher and starting pitcher Griffin Canning playing left field as the fallout from an untimely injury to Kurt Suzuki and a series of strategic decisions made to allow Ohtani to hit for himself. Mike Tauchman struck out five times before hitting a three-run homer to cap the Giants’ 13th-inning rally. Brandon Crawford put San Francisco ahead to stay with a bases-loaded walk from Alex Claudio (1-2), who walked three straight in the 13th. The 13-inning game matched the longest in the majors since the institution of the runner-on-second-base rule to open extra innings last season. Dominic Leone (1-0) w... [More]
Wed Jun 2321:59Banged-up Mets get Conforto back, good news on StromanMichael ConfortoRFMetsFree Agent
J.D. DavisLFMetsFree Agent
Robert GsellmanRPMetsFree Agent
Luis GuillormeSSMetsFree Agent
Joey LucchesiSPPadresFree Agent
Corey OswaltSPMetsFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
Jonathan VillarCFMarlinsFree Agent
Kyle WrightSPBravesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Marcus Stroman is optimistic he can make his next scheduled start for the New York Mets after an MRI showed no damage to his sore left hip. That was good news for the depleted Mets, who reinstated right fielder Michael Conforto from the injured list Wednesday — one of eight roster moves the banged-up NL East leaders made before their series finale against Atlanta. Conforto had been sidelined since straining his right hamstring on May 16. He was ready to return Tuesday but wasn't activated after Triple-A Syracuse’s game was postponed to allow for more COVID-19 testing and contact tracing within the organization. Conforto spent last weekend on a rehab assignment with Syracuse, so the Mets said they decided not to reinstate him Tuesday “out of an abundance of caution.” “It was definitely a rollercoaster,” Conforto said. “Super excited yesterday. Fortunately, everything was fine.” The outfielder said Wednesday he tested negative three times and was feelin... [More]
Wed Jun 2321:59Bellinger returns to Dodgers, who try to avoid being sweptCody BellingerCFDodgersFree Agent
Andy BurnsSSBlue JaysFree Agent
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers activated outfielder Cody Bellinger from the 10-day injured list on Wednesday before playing the finale of a three-game series against the San Diego Padres. Bellinger, the 2019 NL MVP, started in center field and batted cleanup as the Dodgers tried to avoid being swept. Bellinger missed seven games with tightness in his left hamstring during his second stint on the IL this season. He missed 46 games after suffering a hairline fracture in his left leg on April 5. He is hitting .226 with one homer and 10 RBIs in 16 games. To make room, the Dodgers optioned infielder Andy Burns to Triple-A Oklahoma City. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Jun 2321:29Giants wait out Ohtani, beat Angels in 13 inningsAlex AvilaCTwinsFree Agent
Josh Bell1BPiratesFree Agent
Griffin CanningSPAngelsFree Agent
Starlin Castro2BNationalsFree Agent
Dylan CeaseSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Brandon CrawfordSSGiantsFree Agent
Steven DuggarRFGiantsFree Agent
Eduardo Escobar3BDiamondbacksFree Agent
Paolo EspinoSPNationalsFree Agent
Michael FulmerSPTigersFree Agent
Kevin GausmanSPGiantsFree Agent
Yasmani GrandalCWhite SoxFree Agent
Josh HaderRPBrewersFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFPhilliesFree Agent
Josh Harrison2BNationalsFree Agent
Dominic LeoneRPIndiansFree Agent
Matt ManningSPTigersFree Agent
Andrew McCutchenLFPhilliesFree Agent
Héctor NerisRPPhilliesFree Agent
Shohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
Jace Peterson2BBrewersFree Agent
Tanner RaineyRPNationalsFree Agent
Brendan RodgersSSRockiesFree Agent
Jonathan Schoop2BTigersFree Agent
Kyle SchwarberLFCubsFree Agent
Caleb SmithSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Gregory SotoRPTigersFree Agent
Trevor StorySSRockiesFree Agent
Kurt SuzukiCNationalsFree Agent
Mike TauchmanLFYankeesFree Agent
Ronald Torreyes2BPhilliesFree Agent
Taylor TrammellCFMarinersFree Agent
Christian Walker1BDiamondbacksFree Agent
Taylor Ward3BAngelsFree Agent
Brandon WoodruffSPBrewersFree Agent
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Shohei Ohtani struck out nine over six innings of one-run ball for the Angels, but the San Francisco Giants rallied for seven runs in the 13th inning of a 9-3 victory over Los Angeles on Wednesday. Steven Duggar had an RBI double in the 12th and a two-run single in the 13th for the Giants, who finally blew it open while the Angels had outfielder Taylor Ward playing catcher and starting pitcher Griffin Canning playing left field as the fallout from an untimely injury to Kurt Suzuki and a series of strategic decisions made to allow Ohtani to hit for himself. Mike Tauchman struck out five times before hitting a three-run homer to cap the Giants’ 13th-inning rally. Brandon Crawford put San Francisco ahead to stay with a bases-loaded walk from Alex Claudio (1-2), who walked three straight in the 13th. The 13-inning game matched the longest in the majors since the institution of the runner-on-second-base rule to open extra innings last season. Dominic Leone (1-0) w... [More]
Wed Jun 2321:09LEADING OFF: Acuña has balky back, Cameron back in HOUShane BieberSPIndiansFree Agent
Daz CameronCFTigersFree Agent
Aaron CivaleSPIndiansFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFPhilliesFree Agent
Yadier MolinaCCardinalsFree Agent
Zach PlesacSPIndiansFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors Thursday: ___ ACHY ACUÑA The Braves are monitoring star outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. after he was scratched from Atlanta’s lineup Wednesday due to lower back tightness. The 23-year-old star was removed not long before batting practice at Citi Field. “Came in today, his back was stiff. So they’re going to work on him and be kind of a day-to-day thing,” Braves manager Brian Snitker said. “I think just probably the wear and tear. You know, sometimes I think we get in these different hotels and things like that and the beds are different, but it was just enough that they don’t want him to play today. So, like I say, they’re working on him right now. We’ll see how he is tomorrow.” Acuña ranks among the major league leaders in several key offensive categories. He began the day hitting .285 with 20 home runs, 45 RBIs and a .996 OPS. The 2018 NL Rookie of the Year was leading the league in runs (58) and was tied for first in sto... [More]
Wed Jun 2321:09Alonso will defend HR Derby title; Guerrero to sit outPete Alonso1BMetsFree Agent
Shohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Mets slugger Pete Alonso will defend his Home Run Derby title at Coors Field on July 12, but there will be no rematch with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Toronto Blue Jays, who has decided not to take part. Alonso made his announcement Wednesday on his Instagram page. He joins Japanese two-way sensation Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels in the derby, held on the night before the All-Star Game. “I had so much fun during the first one, so I was like, you know what? Let's do it again," Alonso said. "I just had a blast, and it's a really special moment, and as long as I have an opportunity to do it, I want to do it. Because it's something that I always dreamt about as a kid.” Alonso won the derby at Cleveland’s Progressive Field in 2019, the last time it was held, by defeating Guerrero 23-22 in the final round. Guerrero, who shared the major league home run lead with Ohtani heading into play Wednesday, spoke before the Blue Jays' game in Miami. Guerrero also l... [More]
Wed Jun 2318:59Coming to grips: Sticky stuff ban provokes managers, playersZack BrittonRPYankeesFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Jacob deGromSPMetsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Kansas City manager Mike Matheny warned opponents that if they act like Philadelphia’s Joe Girardi and ask umpires to check Royals pitchers for sticky substances, it would provoke his team. New York Yankees reliever Zack Britton and Max Scherzer, members of the players’ association’s executive subcommittee, called on Major League Baseball to end on-field checks by umpires and replace them with monitors who would conduct inspections in clubhouses, dugouts and bullpens. “If I’m a young kid at the game and I’m asking my dad, `Well, hey, what’s going on? Why they getting checked?? What he’s going to say? `Well, they think everyone’s cheating,” Britton said Wednesday. “I mean, is that what we want the game to be about, like we’re assuming you’re cheating? I just think it’s a bad look.” On-field exams of pitchers started Monday, a week after baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred announced a crackdown on unauthorized grip substances. When umpire Alf... [More]
Wed Jun 2318:39Acuña scratched from Braves' lineup with stiff backEhire Adrianza3B/SSTwinsFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Ronald Acuña Jr. was scratched from the Atlanta Braves' lineup Wednesday night against the New York Mets because of lower back tightness. The 23-year-old star was removed not long before batting practice at Citi Field. “Came in today, his back was stiff. So they’re going to work on him and be kind of a day-to-day thing,” Braves manager Brian Snitker said. “I think just probably the wear and tear. You know, sometimes I think we get in these different hotels and things like that and the beds are different, but it was just enough that they don’t want him to play today. So, like I say, they’re working on him right now. We’ll see how he is tomorrow.” Acuña was replaced in right field by Ehire Adrianza. Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson moved up from sixth to bat in Acuña's leadoff spot. Acuña ranks among the major league leaders in several key offensive categories. He began the day hitting .285 with 20 home runs, 45 RBIs and a .996 OPS. The 2018 NL Rookie of the Year was leading the league in runs (58) and was tied for first in stolen bases (15). ___ More AP MLB coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Jun 2317:29Indians' Civale to miss at least month with finger sprainShane BieberSPIndiansFree Agent
Aaron CivaleSPIndiansFree Agent
Zach PlesacSPIndiansFree Agent
CLEVELAND (AP) — Indians pitcher Aaron Civale will miss more than one month with a sprained right finger, the latest blow to Cleveland's injury-ravaged rotation. Civale, who is tied for the major league lead with 10 wins, injured his middle finger in a start against the Chicago Cubs on Monday. He underwent an MRI and was examined by Dr. Thomas Graham in Dayton, Ohio, on Wednesday. The Indians said Civale will be shut down from throwing for up to two weeks and the right-hander will miss between four to five weeks of game activity. Civale's injury comes on the heels of the Indians losing reigning AL Cy Young winner Shane Bieber (shoulder) and Zach Plesac (broken thumb) to injuries. Bieber and Plesac are expected to be sidelined several more weeks. Despite being without his top two pitchers, manager Terry Francona has pieced together enough quality starts from others to keep the Indians competitive and playing beyond expectations. Cleveland only trails the Central-leading Chicago White Sox by 2 1/2 games entering Wednesday's action. The Indians will now have to survive without the 26-year-old Civale, who is having his best season. He's 10-2 with a 3.32 ERA in 15 starts. Cleveland opens a four-game series in Minnesota on Thursday. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Jun 2317:09Alonso will defend HR Derby title; Guerrero will sit outPete Alonso1BMetsFree Agent
Shohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Mets' Pete Alonso will defend his Home Run Derby title at Coors Field on July 12, but there will be no rematch with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Toronto Blue Jays, who has decided not to take part. Alonso made his announcement Wednesday on his Instagram page. He joins Japanese two-way sensation Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels in the derby, held on the night before the All-Star Game. Alonso won the derby at Cleveland’s Progressive Field in 2019, the last time it was held, by defeating Guerrero 23-22 in the final round. Guerrero, who shared the MLB home run lead with Ohtani heading into Wednesday's play, spoke before the Blue Jays' game in Miami. Guerrero also leads All-Star voting and plans to play in the game, but said he wants to get some rest during the break. “I feel good physically,” Guerrero said through a translator. “Everything is going well. There is a long way to go still. I just want to keep it that way.” Guerrero has 23 hom... [More]
Wed Jun 2314:19Nats GM Rizzo calls Phillies manager Girardi a 'con artist'Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo called Joe Girardi a “con artist” a day after Philadelphia’s manager asked umpires to check Max Scherzer for illegal substances during Tuesday night’s game. “It’s embarrassing for Girardi, it’s embarrassing for the Phillies, it’s embarrassing for baseball,” Rizzo said in a radio interview Wednesday on Washington’s 106.7 The Fan. Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the grass, then stared down Girardi after getting checked for a third time by umpires for sticky stuff in Washington’s 3-2 win. Major league umpires began a crackdown on Monday by regularly examining pitchers for tacky substances that can give them a better grip on the baseball. Managers also can request a check, although umps can deny it if they believe it’s not in good faith. Girardi said he became suspicious because Scherzer was touching his hair more than usual on the mound. Scherzer said he did that because he couldn’t grip... [More]
Wed Jun 2314:09Nats GM Rizzo calls Phillies manager Girardi a 'con artist'Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo called Joe Girardi a “con artist” a day after Philadelphia’s manager asked umpires to check Max Scherzer for illegal substances during Tuesday night’s game. “It’s embarrassing for Girardi, it’s embarrassing for the Phillies, it’s embarrassing for baseball,” Rizzo said in a radio interview Wednesday on Washington’s 106.7 The Fan. Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the grass, then stared down Girardi after getting checked for a third time by umpires for sticky stuff in Washington’s 3-2 win. Major league umpires began a crackdown on Monday by regularly examining pitchers for tacky substances that can give them a better grip on the baseball. Managers also can request a check, although umps can deny it if they believe it’s not in good faith. Girardi said he became suspicious because Scherzer was touching his hair more than usual on the mound. Scherzer said he did that because he couldn’t grip... [More]
Wed Jun 2313:49Mets' Alonso joins Angels' Ohtani in All-Star Home Run DerbyPete Alonso1BMetsFree Agent
Shohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Mets' Pete Alonso will defend his Home Run Derby title at Coors Field on July 12. Alonso made the announcement Wednesday on his Instagram page. He joins Japanese two-way sensation Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels in the derby, held on the night before the All-Star Game. Alonso has 11 homers this season. He set a rookie record with 53 in 2019, when he won the derby at Cleveland's Progressive Field by defeating Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 23-22 in the final round. Ohtani and Guerrero are tied for the major league lead with 23 home runs each this season. The derby and All-Star Game were canceled last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, which delayed the start of the Major League Baseball season until late July. Only two players have won consecutive home run derbies: Seattle's Ken Griffey Jr. in 1998 at Coors Field and 1999 at Boston's Fenway Park, and Oakland's Yoenis Céspedes in 2013 at New York's Citi Field and 2014 at Minneapolis' Target Field. ___ More AP MLB coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Jun 2310:09This Date in BaseballJustin UptonLFAngelsFree Agent
June 24 1936 — Rookie Joe DiMaggio hit two homers in the fifth inning and added two doubles in the New York Yankees’ 18-4 victory over the St. Louis Browns. 1950 — Wes Westrum of the New York Giants hit three home runs and a triple in a 12-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. 1955 — Harmon Killebrew hit his first major league homer, off Billy Hoeft at Griffith Stadium, but the Detroit Tigers beat the Washington Senators 18-7. 1962 — Jack Reed, a substitute outfielder, hit a homer off Phil Regan in the 22nd inning to give the New York Yankees a 9-7 win over the Detroit Tigers in a game that lasted 7 hours, 22 minutes. It was the only homer Reed hit in the majors. 1968 — Jim Northrup tied a major league record by hitting two grand slams in one game as the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 14-3. 1983 — Don Sutton of the Milwaukee Brewers became the eighth pitcher in major league history to strike out 3,000 batters. Sutton’s 3,000th victim was Cleveland’s Alan Bann... [More]
Wed Jun 2303:59LEADING OFF: Ohtani back on mound, Franco's smashing startShane BieberSPIndiansFree Agent
Aaron CivaleSPIndiansFree Agent
Michael ConfortoRFMetsFree Agent
Kevin GausmanSPGiantsFree Agent
Shohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
Zach PlesacSPIndiansFree Agent
Trevor RogersSPMarlinsFree Agent
George SpringerCFAstrosFree Agent
Marcus StromanSPMetsFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors today: WHO NEEDS A DH? Two-way star Shohei Ohtani is back on the mound, taking on Kevin Gausman and the Giants at Angel Stadium. Because the game is being played in an American League park, it has the potential to be the first where an NL team uses a designated hitter and the AL team does not. Ohtani has hit for himself in seven of his starts this season and went into Tuesday tied for the major league lead with 23 home runs. Ohtani (3-1, 2.70 ERA) will make his 11th start, his most in any season since 2016, when he started 20 times in Japan. Gausman (8-1) is tied for fourth in the majors in wins and is second with a 1.51 ERA. “Looking at Ohtani in person and how physical and athletic he is, and then seeing it, you know, play out in the numbers, it’s no easy task to get that dude out,” Giants manager Gabe Kapler said. “So we’ll have to be creative and figure out a way.” FAST STARTS Wander Franco homered and doubled in his major le... [More]
Wed Jun 2301:49Scherzer passes checks, Nationals stare down Phillies 3-2Sandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Elvis AndrusSSRangersFree Agent
Tejay AntoneSPRedsFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
David BednarSPPadresFree Agent
Cavan Biggio2BBlue JaysFree Agent
Alec Bohm3BPhilliesFree Agent
Kris Bryant3BCubsFree Agent
Mark CanhaLFAthleticsFree Agent
Matt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Aaron CivaleSPIndiansFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Willson ContrerasCCubsFree Agent
Brandon CrawfordSSGiantsFree Agent
Jake CronenworthSSPadresFree Agent
Anthony DeSclafaniSPRedsFree Agent
Hunter DozierRFRoyalsFree Agent
Jarrod DysonCFWhite SoxFree Agent
Jerad EickhoffSPRangersFree Agent
Pete FairbanksRPRaysFree Agent
Wilmer Flores1B/2BGiantsFree Agent
Adam Frazier2BPiratesFree Agent
Kyle FunkhouserSPTigersFree Agent
Zac GallenSPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Joey GalloRFRangersFree Agent
Amir GarrettRPRedsFree Agent
Yan GomesCNationalsFree Agent
Erik González3B/SSPiratesFree Agent
Yasmani GrandalCWhite SoxFree Agent
Kendall GravemanSPMarinersFree Agent
Zack GreinkeSPAstrosFree Agent
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.LFBlue JaysFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFPhilliesFree Agent
Andrew HeaneySPAngelsFree Agent
Taylor HearnSPRangersFree Agent
Kyle HendricksSPCubsFree Agent
Darwinzon HernandezRPRed SoxFree Agent
Rhys Hoskins1BPhilliesFree Agent
Cole IrvinSPPhilliesFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Tyler KinleyRPRockiesFree Agent
Ramón LaureanoCFAthleticsFree Agent
DJ LeMahieu2BYankeesFree Agent
Shed Long Jr.2BMarinersFree Agent
Tim MayzaRPFree AgentFree Agent
James McCannCWhite SoxFree Agent
Mark MelanconRPBravesFree Agent
A.J. MinterRPBravesFree Agent
Charlie MortonSPRaysFree Agent
Tyler NaquinRFIndiansFree Agent
Johan OviedoSPCardinalsFree Agent
Freddy PeraltaRPBrewersFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Brooks RaleyRPAstrosFree Agent
Hunter RenfroeLFRaysFree Agent
Bryan ReynoldsLFPiratesFree Agent
Eduardo RodríguezSPRed SoxFree Agent
Jake RogersCTigersFree Agent
Jordan RomanoSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Amed RosarioSSMetsFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Jonathan Schoop2BTigersFree Agent
Paul SewaldRPMetsFree Agent
Tarik SkubalSPTigersFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Myles StrawLFAstrosFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Daniel VogelbachDHBrewersFree Agent
Luke Voit1BYankeesFree Agent
Zack WheelerSPPhilliesFree Agent
Eli WhiteSSRangersFree Agent
Jesse WinkerLFRedsFree Agent
Patrick Wisdom1B/3BCubsFree Agent
Kolten Wong2BCardinalsFree Agent
Christian YelichLFBrewersFree Agent
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Max Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the grass, then stared down Phillies manager Joe Girardi after getting checked for a third time by umpires for sticky stuff as the Washington Nationals beat Philadelphia 3-2 Tuesday night. Scherzer (6-4) looked sharp in his return to the rotation after missing a start due to a groin injury, striking out eight in five innings. Girardi apparently didn’t like what he saw. In the fourth, Scherzer threw high and inside to Alec Bohm, sending him sprawling to the ground before striking him out. Prior to the next batter, Girardi asked the umpires to check Scherzer. Scherzer already had been checked by second-base umpire Alfonso Marquez after the first and third inning. So, when he was approached for a third time, this time at Girardi’s request, Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the ground, unbuckled his belt and appeared ready to take his pants off. Yan Gomes had a pair of RBI singles for the Nationals, who have won three stra... [More]
Wed Jun 2301:29Scherzer passes checks, Nationals stare down Phillies 3-2Sandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Elvis AndrusSSRangersFree Agent
Tejay AntoneSPRedsFree Agent
Tucker BarnhartCRedsFree Agent
David BednarSPPadresFree Agent
Cavan Biggio2BBlue JaysFree Agent
Alec Bohm3BPhilliesFree Agent
Kris Bryant3BCubsFree Agent
Mark CanhaLFAthleticsFree Agent
Matt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Aaron CivaleSPIndiansFree Agent
Gerrit ColeSPYankeesFree Agent
Willson ContrerasCCubsFree Agent
Brandon CrawfordSSGiantsFree Agent
Anthony DeSclafaniSPRedsFree Agent
Hunter DozierRFRoyalsFree Agent
Jarrod DysonCFWhite SoxFree Agent
Jerad EickhoffSPRangersFree Agent
Pete FairbanksRPRaysFree Agent
Wilmer Flores1B/2BGiantsFree Agent
Adam Frazier2BPiratesFree Agent
Kyle FunkhouserSPTigersFree Agent
Joey GalloRFRangersFree Agent
Amir GarrettRPRedsFree Agent
Yan GomesCNationalsFree Agent
Erik González3B/SSPiratesFree Agent
Yasmani GrandalCWhite SoxFree Agent
Kendall GravemanSPMarinersFree Agent
Zack GreinkeSPAstrosFree Agent
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.LFBlue JaysFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFPhilliesFree Agent
Andrew HeaneySPAngelsFree Agent
Taylor HearnSPRangersFree Agent
Kyle HendricksSPCubsFree Agent
Darwinzon HernandezRPRed SoxFree Agent
Rhys Hoskins1BPhilliesFree Agent
Cole IrvinSPPhilliesFree Agent
Tyler KinleyRPRockiesFree Agent
Ramón LaureanoCFAthleticsFree Agent
DJ LeMahieu2BYankeesFree Agent
Shed Long Jr.2BMarinersFree Agent
Tim MayzaRPFree AgentFree Agent
James McCannCWhite SoxFree Agent
A.J. MinterRPBravesFree Agent
Charlie MortonSPRaysFree Agent
Tyler NaquinRFIndiansFree Agent
Johan OviedoSPCardinalsFree Agent
Ryan PresslyRPAstrosFree Agent
Brooks RaleyRPAstrosFree Agent
Hunter RenfroeLFRaysFree Agent
Bryan ReynoldsLFPiratesFree Agent
Eduardo RodríguezSPRed SoxFree Agent
Jake RogersCTigersFree Agent
Jordan RomanoSPBlue JaysFree Agent
Amed RosarioSSMetsFree Agent
Max ScherzerSPNationalsFree Agent
Jonathan Schoop2BTigersFree Agent
Paul SewaldRPMetsFree Agent
Tarik SkubalSPTigersFree Agent
Will SmithRPBravesFree Agent
Myles StrawLFAstrosFree Agent
Dansby SwansonSSBravesFree Agent
Luke Voit1BYankeesFree Agent
Zack WheelerSPPhilliesFree Agent
Eli WhiteSSRangersFree Agent
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Max Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the grass, then stared down Phillies manager Joe Girardi after getting checked for a third time by umpires for sticky stuff as the Washington Nationals beat Philadelphia 3-2 Tuesday night. Scherzer (6-4) looked sharp in his return to the rotation after missing a start due to a groin injury, striking out eight in five innings. Girardi apparently didn’t like what he saw. In the fourth, Scherzer threw high and inside to Alec Bohm, sending him sprawling to the ground before striking him out. Prior to the next batter, Girardi asked the umpires to check Scherzer. Scherzer already had been checked by second-base umpire Alfonso Marquez after the first and third inning. So, when he was approached for a third time, this time at Girardi’s request, Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the ground, unbuckled his belt and appeared ready to take his pants off. Yan Gomes had a pair of RBI singles for the Nationals, who have won three stra... [More]
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Max Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the grass, then stared down Phillies manager Joe Girardi after getting checked for a third time by umpires for sticky stuff as the Washington Nationals beat Philadelphia 3-2 Tuesday night. Scherzer (6-4) looked sharp in his return to the rotation after missing a start due to a groin injury, striking out eight in five innings. Girardi apparently didn’t like what he saw. In the fourth, Scherzer threw high and inside to Alec Bohm, sending him sprawling to the ground before striking him out. Prior to the next batter, Girardi asked the umpires to check Scherzer. Scherzer already had been checked by second-base umpire Alfonso Marquez after the first and third inning. So, when he was approached for a third time, this time at Girardi’s request, Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the ground, unbuckled his belt and appeared ready to take his pants off. Yan Gomes had a pair of RBI singles for the Nationals, who have won three stra... [More]
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Max Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the grass, then stared down Phillies manager Joe Girardi after getting checked for a third time by umpires for sticky stuff as the Washington Nationals beat Philadelphia 3-2 Tuesday night. Scherzer (6-4) looked sharp in his return to the rotation after missing a start due to a groin injury, striking out eight in five innings. Girardi apparently didn’t like what he saw. In the fourth, Scherzer threw high and inside to Alec Bohm, sending him sprawling to the ground before striking him out. Prior to the next batter, Girardi asked the umpires to check Scherzer. Scherzer already had been checked by second-base umpire Alfonso Marquez after the first and third inning. So, when he was approached for a third time, this time at Girardi’s request, Scherzer threw his glove and hat to the ground, unbuckled his belt and appeared ready to take his pants off. Yan Gomes had a pair of RBI singles for the Nationals, who have won three stra... [More]
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