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OAKLAND, Calif. - No hard feelings about leaving San Francisco for Santiago Casilla. He is focused on his second stint with Oakland, the place the hard-throwing reliever received his big league start. "There is a big part of my heart with the Athletics because they believed in me in the…
Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman's plate is full, and he couldn't be happier about it. In addition to his daily workouts, Stroman's clothing line continues to grow, and he has plans to launch a new fashion blog called "Fresh Beyond Spikes" in the coming…
01.20 / 23:19
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TORONTO — A fired-up Marcus Stroman touched down in town this week and predicts a whole season of happy landings for himself and the Blue J…
01.20 / 22:58
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Looking ahead to the Toronto Blue Jays season, there are more than a few dates to circle on your calendar. With players starting to report for training camp in less than a month, Here are some of the notable dates on the Blue Jays'…
01.20 / 20:57
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Marcus Stroman says he and Aaron Sanchez are still friends, even if they aren’t as close as they once w…
01.20 / 18:05
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There is little if any controversy to be had about the caps this year’s inductees will wear on their Hall of Fame plaques, but in case there was any doubt at all, it was put to rest this afternoon at the Hall of Fame press conference: Tim Raines will wear a Montreal Expos cap and…
01.20 / 05:24
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The Marlins bolstered their rotation by dealing with the Reds, the Orioles brought back the AL home run champ on a three-year deal, and more moves from…
01.20 / 05:12
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Mark Trumbo and the Orioles are reportedly close to an agreement on a three-year…
01.20 / 02:57
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A day after his election to the Hall of Fame, Ivan Rodriguez appeared to deny using steroids during his…
01.20 / 01:56
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HOUSTON - Right-hander Mike Fiers and the Houston Astros have avoided salary arbitration, agreeing to a $3.45 million, one-year contract. The deal Thursday avoided a hearing next month. Eligible for arbitration for the first time, Fiers settled at the midpoint of the $3.9 million he had…
Major League Baseball's reigning home run champion has a new contract, and it's not the most expensive contract signed this winter. Not even close. Mark Trumbo, he of the league-leading 47 home runs in 2016, agreed to return to the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday. Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports was first with the details of his new deal: And that's all there is to it. According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, there's no opt-out in Trumbo's contract. He'll be an Oriole for three more…
01.20 / 01:31
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ARLINGTON, Texas - Unable to acquire Tyson Ross through a trade in the past, the Texas Rangers made the right-hander a priority when he became a free agent this off-season. Ross and the Rangers on Thursday finalized a one-year deal that is worth up to $9 million for the pitcher whose only…
Outfielder Mark Trumbo reportedly agreed to re-sign with the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday, according to Eduardo A. Encina of the Baltimore Sun. Encina noted the team had a three-year agreement in place, pending a physical. Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports confirmed the report.  According to Jon Heyman of FanRag, the three-year deal is for $37.5 million. Trumbo, 31, had a career year for the Orioles in 2016, hitting .256 with 47 home runs—the most in the major leagues—and…
01.20 / 00:20
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When Edwin Encarnacion became a free agent this off-season, Indians manager Terry Francona didn't allow himself to daydream about adding the former Blue Jays slugger to his…
01.19 / 23:53
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The Baltimore Orioles have reportedly reached a deal to reunite with free agent slugger Mark…
01.19 / 23:12
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The Philadelphia Phillies and outfielder Michael Saunders have finalized a one-year…
01.19 / 21:11
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In a twisted sense, the Blue Jays and Jose Bautista may have ended up together the way they wanted last spring, only under vastly different terms than one might have envisioned.…
01.19 / 21:10
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The curious offseason of the Toronto Blue Jays, the one in which they watched one franchise hero sign with a rival for a smaller contract than they had offered him, and then snapped up the second Jays legend for the relative pittance of a one-year guarantee, is perhaps best summed up by one statement offered by Ross Atkins on Thursday…
01.19 / 20:11
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​An "extremely" encouraging visit to a Jose Bautista off-season workout has Toronto Blue Jays management believing the right-fielder is "more likely" to produce a 40-home run season like he did in 2…
01.19 / 19:50
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Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez and Tim Raines hold a press conference to discuss their induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Watch it live on Sportsnet 360, sportsnet.ca and Sportsnet…
01.19 / 19:07
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