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Wed Sep 2600:07Mets activate Wright off DL for final homestand of seasonEric HanholdFree Agent
David Wright3BMetsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Hanging on a hook in David Wright's locker, above the baseball spikes and opposite the helmets of his favorite football teams, the New York Giants and Virginia Tech Hokies, was a blue and orange Mets cap and white jersey with pinstripes.No. 5 as always, with his name across the back.And for the first time in nearly 2½ years, Wright was ready to grant himself the privilege of putting it on."When I'm hurt, I never put my uniform on. I wear a hoodie or something like that," he said. "So to put that thing on again means the world to me, and is something that you tend to take for granted."After countless hours of rehab during an arduous comeback, Wright was reinstated from the disabled list Tuesday and added to New York's active roster for the first time since June 3, 2016. Following a long road back from several serious injuries, the 35-year-old team captain was eligible off the bench against NL East champion Atlanta."To say it's a good feeling is an understatement. It's... [More]
Tue Sep 2523:27Cubs' Bryant hit on left wrist by pitch, leaves gameChris ArcherSPRaysDodger Blue
Ian Happ2B/CF/LFCubsFree Agent
CHICAGO (AP) — Slugger Kris Bryant has left the Chicago Cubs' game against the Pittsburgh Pirates because of a bruised left wrist after he was hit by a pitch.The 2016 National League MVP was hit in the wrist by a pitch from Chris Archer during the fourth inning on Tuesday night. Ian Happ replaced him at third base in the sixth after entering as a pinch-hitter in the fifth.The 26-year-old Bryant was on the disabled list from July 26 to Sept. 1 with left shoulder inflammation. He missed time earlier in the season with the same issue.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Tue Sep 2522:37Mets activate Wright off DL for final homestand of seasonEric HanholdFree Agent
David Wright3BMetsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Hanging on a hook in David Wright's locker, above the baseball spikes and opposite the helmets of his favorite football teams, the New York Giants and Virginia Tech Hokies, was a blue and orange Mets cap and white jersey with pinstripes.No. 5 as always, with his name across the back.And for the first time in nearly 2½ years, Wright was ready to grant himself the privilege of putting it on."When I'm hurt, I never put my uniform on. I wear a hoodie or something like that," he said. "So to put that thing on again means the world to me, and is something that you tend to take for granted."After countless hours of rehab during an arduous comeback, Wright was reinstated from the disabled list Tuesday and added to New York's active roster for the first time since June 3, 2016. Following a long road back from a string of serious injuries, the 35-year-old team captain was eligible off the bench against NL East champion Atlanta."To say it's a good feeling is an understatement. ... [More]
Tue Sep 2522:07Mets activate Wright off DL for final homestand of seasonEric HanholdFree Agent
David Wright3BMetsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — Hanging on a hook in David Wright's locker, above the baseball spikes and opposite the helmets of his favorite football teams, the New York Giants and Virginia Tech Hokies, was a blue and orange Mets cap and white jersey with pinstripes.No. 5 as always, with his name across the back.And for the first time in nearly 2½ years, Wright was ready to grant himself the privilege of putting it on."When I'm hurt, I never put my uniform on. I wear a hoodie or something like that," he said. "So to put that thing on again means the world to me, and is something that you tend to take for granted."After countless hours of rehab during an arduous comeback, Wright was reinstated from the disabled list Tuesday and added to New York's active roster for the first time since June 3, 2016. Following a long road back from a string of serious injuries, the 35-year-old team captain was eligible off the bench against NL East champion Atlanta."To say it's a good feeling is an understatement. ... [More]
Tue Sep 2521:47LEADING OFF: deGrom seeks 1 last quality start; Sale for SoxFélix HernándezSPMarinersBig Chee
Sean NewcombSPBravesFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors on Wednesday:ONE MORE TIMEJacob deGrom will make the final start of what has been a remarkably consistent season that has him a favorite for the NL Cy Young Award. It also is the last chance for deGrom (9-9) to have a winning record and reach double digits in victories. The Mets right-hander's win total likely would have made him an underdog for the Cy Young in previous decades, but voters are increasingly looking beyond win-loss record to numbers that are more within a pitcher's control. And nobody has controlled opposing hitters like deGrom, who has a record 23 consecutive quality starts, 28 starts in a row allowing three runs or fewer and a 1.77 ERA. He is to face the NL East champion Braves and Sean Newcomb (12-9, 4.04 ERA), who will make his last start before the playoffs.SHORT-TERM SALERed sox ace Chris Sale gets one more chance to work his way back into form after missing a month with a shoulder injury. The left-hander (12-4, 2.00 ERA... [More]
Tue Sep 2520:27Angels' Shohei Ohtani to have Tommy John surgery in OctoberShohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles Angels two-way rookie Shohei Ohtani will have Tommy John surgery next week.The Angels confirmed Ohtani's long-expected decision on elbow ligament replacement Tuesday. Dr. Neal ElAttrache will perform the surgery in Los Angeles."I think it was the proper decision Shohei made to have surgery, and the sooner the better," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said before his club faced the Texas Rangers, with Ohtani batting cleanup as the designated hitter.Ohtani won't be able to pitch for the Angels in 2019, but he is likely to hit at some point early next season. When asked whether Ohtani is likely to be ready for opening day as a hitter, Scioscia said there are "too many variables" to make a confident prediction.Ohtani wasn't available to reporters before the game, but Scioscia confirmed general manager Billy Eppler's earlier statements that the Angels are committed to Ohtani's determination to be a two-way player in the majors."It obviously puts him out of p... [More]
Tue Sep 2518:27Mets activate Wright off DL for final homestand of seasonDavid Wright3BMetsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — David Wright has been reinstated from the disabled list and added to the New York Mets' active roster for the first time since June 3, 2016.After a long road back from a string of injuries, the 35-year-old team captain will be eligible off the bench Tuesday night against NL East champion Atlanta — if the game is played. Heavy rain has been falling throughout the day in New York, and the tarp is covering the infield at Citi Field.Assistant general manager John Ricco says it's unlikely Wright will play during the three-game series because the Braves are trying to earn home-field advantage in the Division Series, and the Mets don't want to compromise the integrity of the pennant race.It's possible Wright could pinch-hit if the score is lopsided.Wright is scheduled to start at third base in his farewell game Saturday night against last-place Miami. He hasn't played in the majors since May 27, 2016, due to neck, back and shoulder injuries that required surgery.Unable to get healthy enough to resume his career in earnest, Wright said he expects this weekend to be his last big league appearance.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Tue Sep 2518:27Yanks say Aaron Hicks should return to lineup this weekDidi GregoriusSSYankeesSportsWiseGuy.com
Aaron HicksCF/LF/RFYankeesFree Agent
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Aaron Hicks should recover from a tight left hamstring in a few days and return to the New York Yankees lineup this week, according to manager Aaron Boone.Hicks left Monday night's 4-1 win over Tampa Bay in the fourth inning, one inning after aggravating the hamstring while running to first and avoiding a double play."It's still a little bit tight in there, so it's kind of a day to day thing," Boone said Tuesday. "We do feel like we dodged a bullet and feel like he'll definitely be back."Hicks' 11th-inning double on Saturday drove in Didi Gregorius, and on Sunday the Yankees learned the shortstop had torn cartilage in his right wrist during his headfirst slide across the plate that secured a postseason spot.Gregorius took grounders before Tuesday's game but didn't throw. He is to be re-evaluated by team doctors Wednesday."I think tomorrow is a big day," Boone said. "Hopefully that goes well. It's been exciting to hear that it seems like he's improving every day."Gleyber Torres was in the original starting lineup but was scratched due to minor hip/groin area discomfort. Boone expects the rookie to be back in Wednesday night's lineup."He just had a little bit of tightness where he gets it sometimes," Boone said.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Tue Sep 2505:17LEADING OFF: Astros, Cubs can clinch; Wright makes comebackAlex Bregman3B/SSAstrosFree Agent
Austin GomberSPCardinalsFree Agent
Gio GonzálezSPNationalsWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Josh JamesFree Agent
Mike MontgomeryRP/SPCubsFree Agent
David Wright3BMetsFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors today:ON THE CUSPHouston can clinch its second consecutive AL West title — and a best-of-five playoff matchup against Cleveland — with a win at Toronto and an Oakland loss in Seattle. Rookie right-hander Josh James (1-0, 2.81 ERA) makes his third career start for the defending World Series champions, already assured a postseason spot. Alex Bregman and the Astros, with the top road record in baseball at 53-22, are 99-57 overall and a major league-best 17-4 in September. "Everybody is really excited about us closing in on 100 wins and closing in on a division title," Bregman said, "but there's only one thing on our mind and that's winning the World Series again." The second-place A's locked up at least a wild card Monday night.PARTY CITYLooking to wrap up a franchise-record fourth straight trip to the playoffs, the Cubs can punch their ticket with a win over Pittsburgh at Wrigley Field and a loss by either Colorado or St. Louis. Mike Montg... [More]
Tue Sep 2503:17Athletics clinch playoff berth with Rays' loss to YankeesMatt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Khris DavisDH/LFAthleticsRoto Value
Jeurys FamiliaRPMetsMoneyball
Mike FiersSPTigersFree Agent
Sean ManaeaSPAthleticsTexas BigSticks
Matt Olson1B/RFAthleticsFree Agent
Fernando RodneyRPTwinsFree Agent
Blake TreinenRPAthleticsFree Agent
SEATTLE (AP) — The Oakland Athletics clinched their first playoff berth in four years Monday night, earning at least an American League wild card when the Tampa Bay Rays lost to the New York Yankees.Following three straight last-place finishes in the AL West, the A's found out just a couple of minutes after the first pitch of their game against Seattle that they are in the postseason for the first time since 2014.Tampa Bay's 4-1 loss to the Yankees eliminated the Rays from playoff contention. Oakland still has an outside shot at overtaking Houston for the division title, but is more likely headed toward a wild-card matchup with the Yankees.The A's could still host that game. They beat the Mariners 7-3 to remain 1½ games behind the Yankees for the top wild card.Few people imagined the A's could make the playoffs this season, a young team with few proven stars after finishing 75-87 a year ago. Oakland won only 68 games in 2015 and 69 in 2016.The A's have the third-lowest payroll among... [More]
Tue Sep 2502:27Athletics clinch postseason spot; Yanks lose Hicks to injurySandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Cody AllenRPIndiansTexas BigSticks
Aaron AltherrLF/RFPhilliesFree Agent
Elvis AndrusSSRangersTexas BigSticks
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesMoneyball
Shawn ArmstrongRPMarinersFree Agent
Brandon BarnesLFMarlinsFree Agent
Trevor BauerSPIndiansWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxThe Seals Guys
Charlie BlackmonCFRockiesBig Chee
Jose BricenoCAngelsFree Agent
Dylan BundyRP/SPOriolesFree Agent
Corbin BurnesFree Agent
Robinson Canó2BMarinersRoto Value
Carlos CarrascoSPIndiansSportsWiseGuy.com
Francisco CervelliCPiratesFree Agent
Andrew ChafinRPDiamondbacksFree Agent
Matt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Mike ClevingerSPIndiansFree Agent
Taylor ColeRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Dylan CoveySPWhite SoxFree Agent
David DahlLFRockiesFree Agent
Khris DavisDH/LFAthleticsRoto Value
Edwin Encarnación1B/DHIndiansJetBlack
Nathan EovaldiSPRaysFree Agent
Marco EstradaSPBlue JaysDodger Blue
David Freese1B/3B/PHPiratesFree Agent
Brett GardnerCF/LFYankeesBig Chee
Dee Gordon2BMarinersPoison Pills
Jon GraySPRockiesJetBlack
Sonny GraySPYankeesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSYankeesSportsWiseGuy.com
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.2BBlue JaysFree Agent
Yuli Gurriel1B/3BAstrosFree Agent
Brandon GuyerLF/RFIndiansFree Agent
Ronald Guzman1BRangersFree Agent
Cole HamelsSPRangersThe Seals Guys
Ian HamiltonFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFNationalsTexas BigSticks
Michael HermosilloCFAngelsFree Agent
Aaron HicksCF/LF/RFYankeesFree Agent
Derek HollandSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Rhys Hoskins1B/LFPhilliesFree Agent
Kenley JansenRPDodgersRoto Value
Nate JonesRPWhite SoxLas Vegas Giants
Clayton KershawSPDodgersSportsWiseGuy.com
Dallas KeuchelSPAstrosWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Corey KluberSPIndiansOld Hoss
Corey KnebelRPBrewersFree Agent
Cliff LeeFree Agent
Jed Lowrie2BAthleticsFree Agent
Jonathan LucroyCRockiesSportsWiseGuy.com
Manny Machado3B/SSOriolesMoneyball
Ketel MarteSSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Brian McCannC/DHAstrosThe Seals Guys
Andrew MillerRPIndiansPoison Pills
Justin MillerRPAngelsFree Agent
Bryan MitchellSPPadresFree Agent
Matt MooreSPRangersBig Chee
Wil Myers1BPadresRoto Value
Bud NorrisRP/SPAngelsFree Agent
Shohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
Roberto OsunaRPBlue JaysMoneyball
Gerardo ParraLF/RFRockiesFree Agent
José PirelaLF/SSPadresFree Agent
A.J. PollockCFDiamondbacksWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Jurickson Profar3B/LFRangersFree Agent
Yasiel PuigRFDodgersFree Agent
Josh ReddickLF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Anthony Rendón3BNationalsJetBlack
Franmil ReyesFree Agent
Adam Rosales2B/3B/PH/SSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Juan SotoFree Agent
Trevor StorySSRockiesOld Hoss
Stephen StrasburgSPNationalsOld Hoss
Eric Thames1B/LFBrewersPoison Pills
Mike TroutCFAngelsLas Vegas Giants
Matt WietersCNationalsLas Vegas Giants
Tony WoltersCRockiesFree Agent
Ryan YarbroughSPRaysFree Agent
Christian YelichCF/LFMarlinsBig Chee
SEATTLE (AP) — The Oakland Athletics clinched their first playoff berth in four years, then beat the Seattle Mariners 7-3 Monday night behind Khris Davis' major league-leading 46th home run.Jonathan Lucroy, Jed Lowrie and Matt Chapman also homered for the A's, assured no worse than an AL wild card.Oakland was one out into the game when Tampa Bay was eliminated with a 4-1 loss to the New York Yankees. The A's went on to win after Chapman broke a 3-3 tie with a two-run drive in the seventh off Shawn Armstrong (0-1).Coming off three straight last-place finishes in the AL West, the A's (95-62) are 4½ games behind AL West-leading Houston. They trail the Yankees by 1½ games for home-field advantage should they meet in a wild-card matchup.Robinson Cano and Dee Gordon homered for the Mariners.The Athletics will be making their fourth playoff appearance in the last seven seasons, all under manager Bob Melvin, and their 27th overall. The A's lost at Kansas City 9-8 in 12 innings in the 2014 ... [More]
Tue Sep 2501:57Athletics clinch postseason spot; Yanks lose Hicks to injurySandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Cody AllenRPIndiansTexas BigSticks
Aaron AltherrLF/RFPhilliesFree Agent
Elvis AndrusSSRangersTexas BigSticks
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesMoneyball
Shawn ArmstrongRPMarinersFree Agent
Brandon BarnesLFMarlinsFree Agent
Trevor BauerSPIndiansWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxThe Seals Guys
Charlie BlackmonCFRockiesBig Chee
Jose BricenoCAngelsFree Agent
Dylan BundyRP/SPOriolesFree Agent
Corbin BurnesFree Agent
Robinson Canó2BMarinersRoto Value
Carlos CarrascoSPIndiansSportsWiseGuy.com
Francisco CervelliCPiratesFree Agent
Matt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Mike ClevingerSPIndiansFree Agent
Taylor ColeRPBlue JaysFree Agent
Dylan CoveySPWhite SoxFree Agent
David DahlLFRockiesFree Agent
Khris DavisDH/LFAthleticsRoto Value
Edwin Encarnación1B/DHIndiansJetBlack
Nathan EovaldiSPRaysFree Agent
Marco EstradaSPBlue JaysDodger Blue
David Freese1B/3B/PHPiratesFree Agent
Dee Gordon2BMarinersPoison Pills
Jon GraySPRockiesJetBlack
Sonny GraySPYankeesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSYankeesSportsWiseGuy.com
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.2BBlue JaysFree Agent
Yuli Gurriel1B/3BAstrosFree Agent
Brandon GuyerLF/RFIndiansFree Agent
Ronald Guzman1BRangersFree Agent
Cole HamelsSPRangersThe Seals Guys
Ian HamiltonFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFNationalsTexas BigSticks
Michael HermosilloCFAngelsFree Agent
Aaron HicksCF/LF/RFYankeesFree Agent
Derek HollandSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Rhys Hoskins1B/LFPhilliesFree Agent
Kenley JansenRPDodgersRoto Value
Nate JonesRPWhite SoxLas Vegas Giants
Clayton KershawSPDodgersSportsWiseGuy.com
Dallas KeuchelSPAstrosWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Corey KluberSPIndiansOld Hoss
Corey KnebelRPBrewersFree Agent
Cliff LeeFree Agent
Jed Lowrie2BAthleticsFree Agent
Jonathan LucroyCRockiesSportsWiseGuy.com
Manny Machado3B/SSOriolesMoneyball
Ketel MarteSSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Brian McCannC/DHAstrosThe Seals Guys
Andrew MillerRPIndiansPoison Pills
Justin MillerRPAngelsFree Agent
Bryan MitchellSPPadresFree Agent
Matt MooreSPRangersBig Chee
Wil Myers1BPadresRoto Value
Bud NorrisRP/SPAngelsFree Agent
Shohei OhtaniDH/SPAngelsFree Agent
Roberto OsunaRPBlue JaysMoneyball
Gerardo ParraLF/RFRockiesFree Agent
José PirelaLF/SSPadresFree Agent
A.J. PollockCFDiamondbacksWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Jurickson Profar3B/LFRangersFree Agent
Yasiel PuigRFDodgersFree Agent
Josh ReddickLF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Anthony Rendón3BNationalsJetBlack
Franmil ReyesFree Agent
Adam Rosales2B/3B/PH/SSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Juan SotoFree Agent
Trevor StorySSRockiesOld Hoss
Stephen StrasburgSPNationalsOld Hoss
Eric Thames1B/LFBrewersPoison Pills
Mike TroutCFAngelsLas Vegas Giants
Matt WietersCNationalsLas Vegas Giants
Tony WoltersCRockiesFree Agent
Ryan YarbroughSPRaysFree Agent
Christian YelichCF/LFMarlinsBig Chee
SEATTLE (AP) — The Oakland Athletics clinched their first playoff berth since 2014, then beat the Seattle Mariners 7-3 Monday night behind Khris Davis' major league-leading 46th home run.Jonathan Lucroy, Jed Lowrie and Matt Chapman also homered for the A's, assured no worse than a wild-card berth.Oakland was one out into the game when Tampa Bay was eliminated with a 4-1 loss to the New York Yankees. The A's went on to win after Chapman broke a 3-3 tie with a two-run drive in the seventh off Shawn Armstrong (0-1).Coming off three straight last-place finishes in the AL West, the A's (95-62) are 4½ games behind AL West-leading Houston. They trail the Yankees by 1½ games for home-field advantage should they meet in a wild-card matchup.Robinson Cano and Dee Gordon homered for the Mariners.The Athletics will be making their fourth playoff appearance in the last seven seasons, all under manager Bob Melvin, and their 27th overall. The A's lost at Kansas City 9-8 in 12 innings in the 2014 w... [More]
Tue Sep 2501:37Athletics clinch playoff berth with Rays' loss to YankeesMatt Chapman3BAthleticsFree Agent
Khris DavisDH/LFAthleticsRoto Value
Jeurys FamiliaRPMetsMoneyball
Mike FiersSPTigersFree Agent
Sean ManaeaSPAthleticsTexas BigSticks
Matt Olson1B/RFAthleticsFree Agent
Fernando RodneyRPTwinsFree Agent
Blake TreinenRPAthleticsFree Agent
SEATTLE (AP) — The Oakland Athletics clinched their first playoff berth in four years Monday night, earning at least an American League wild card when the Tampa Bay Rays lost to the New York Yankees.Following three straight last-place finishes in the AL West, the A's found out just a couple of minutes after the first pitch of their game against Seattle that they are in the postseason for the first time since 2014.Tampa Bay's 4-1 loss to the Yankees eliminated the Rays from playoff contention. Oakland still has an outside shot at overtaking Houston for the division title, but is more likely headed toward a wild-card matchup with the Yankees.The A's could still host that game. They beat the Mariners 7-3 to remain 1½ games behind the Yankees for the top wild card.Few people imagined the A's could make the playoffs this season, a young team with few proven stars after finishing 75-87 a year ago. Oakland won only 68 games in 2015 and 69 in 2016.The A's have the third-lowest payroll among... [More]
Tue Sep 2501:27Yanks lose Hicks to injury; BoSox clinch home fieldSandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Cody AllenRPIndiansTexas BigSticks
Aaron AltherrLF/RFPhilliesFree Agent
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesMoneyball
Brandon BarnesLFMarlinsFree Agent
Trevor BauerSPIndiansWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxThe Seals Guys
Charlie BlackmonCFRockiesBig Chee
Dylan BundyRP/SPOriolesFree Agent
Corbin BurnesFree Agent
Carlos CarrascoSPIndiansSportsWiseGuy.com
Francisco CervelliCPiratesFree Agent
Mike ClevingerSPIndiansFree Agent
Dylan CoveySPWhite SoxFree Agent
David DahlLFRockiesFree Agent
Edwin Encarnación1B/DHIndiansJetBlack
Nathan EovaldiSPRaysFree Agent
Marco EstradaSPBlue JaysDodger Blue
Jon GraySPRockiesJetBlack
Sonny GraySPYankeesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSYankeesSportsWiseGuy.com
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.2BBlue JaysFree Agent
Yuli Gurriel1B/3BAstrosFree Agent
Brandon GuyerLF/RFIndiansFree Agent
Cole HamelsSPRangersThe Seals Guys
Ian HamiltonFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFNationalsTexas BigSticks
Aaron HicksCF/LF/RFYankeesFree Agent
Derek HollandSPWhite SoxFree Agent
Rhys Hoskins1B/LFPhilliesFree Agent
Nate JonesRPWhite SoxLas Vegas Giants
Dallas KeuchelSPAstrosWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Corey KluberSPIndiansOld Hoss
Corey KnebelRPBrewersFree Agent
Cliff LeeFree Agent
Brian McCannC/DHAstrosThe Seals Guys
Andrew MillerRPIndiansPoison Pills
Justin MillerRPAngelsFree Agent
Bryan MitchellSPPadresFree Agent
Wil Myers1BPadresRoto Value
Bud NorrisRP/SPAngelsFree Agent
Roberto OsunaRPBlue JaysMoneyball
Gerardo ParraLF/RFRockiesFree Agent
José PirelaLF/SSPadresFree Agent
Josh ReddickLF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Anthony Rendón3BNationalsJetBlack
Franmil ReyesFree Agent
Adam Rosales2B/3B/PH/SSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Juan SotoFree Agent
Trevor StorySSRockiesOld Hoss
Stephen StrasburgSPNationalsOld Hoss
Eric Thames1B/LFBrewersPoison Pills
Matt WietersCNationalsLas Vegas Giants
Tony WoltersCRockiesFree Agent
Ryan YarbroughSPRaysFree Agent
Christian YelichCF/LFMarlinsBig Chee
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Aaron Hicks injured his left hamstring running up the first-base line in the Yankees' 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night, another concern for New York heading into next week's AL wild-card game.Hicks' 11th-inning double on Saturday drove Didi Gregorius with the run that clinched a postseason berth, and on Sunday the Yankees learned Sunday that Gregorius had torn cartilage in his right wrist during his headfirst slide across the plate.Hicks, who had fouled a pitch off his left ankle just before the double, left Monday's game with left hamstring tightness.New York's win eliminated the Rays and ensured a postseason berth for Oakland, which is likely to be the wild-card opponent but also is still alive in the AL West race. At 96-60, New York is assured of its best record since going 97-65 in 2011.Gardner had a go-ahead single off Ryan Yarbrough (15-6) in a two-run fifth inning.New York used eight pitchers and gave its starters extra rest ahead of ... [More]
Tue Sep 2500:37Yanks lose Hicks to injury; BoSox clinch home fieldSandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Cody AllenRPIndiansTexas BigSticks
Aaron AltherrLF/RFPhilliesFree Agent
Nolan Arenado3BRockiesMoneyball
Brandon BarnesLFMarlinsFree Agent
Trevor BauerSPIndiansWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxThe Seals Guys
Charlie BlackmonCFRockiesBig Chee
Dylan BundyRP/SPOriolesFree Agent
Carlos CarrascoSPIndiansSportsWiseGuy.com
Francisco CervelliCPiratesFree Agent
Mike ClevingerSPIndiansFree Agent
Dylan CoveySPWhite SoxFree Agent
David DahlLFRockiesFree Agent
Edwin Encarnación1B/DHIndiansJetBlack
Nathan EovaldiSPRaysFree Agent
Marco EstradaSPBlue JaysDodger Blue
Jon GraySPRockiesJetBlack
Sonny GraySPYankeesFree Agent
Didi GregoriusSSYankeesSportsWiseGuy.com
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.2BBlue JaysFree Agent
Yuli Gurriel1B/3BAstrosFree Agent
Brandon GuyerLF/RFIndiansFree Agent
Cole HamelsSPRangersThe Seals Guys
Ian HamiltonFree Agent
Bryce HarperRFNationalsTexas BigSticks
Aaron HicksCF/LF/RFYankeesFree Agent
Rhys Hoskins1B/LFPhilliesFree Agent
Nate JonesRPWhite SoxLas Vegas Giants
Dallas KeuchelSPAstrosWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Corey KluberSPIndiansOld Hoss
Cliff LeeFree Agent
Brian McCannC/DHAstrosThe Seals Guys
Andrew MillerRPIndiansPoison Pills
Justin MillerRPAngelsFree Agent
Roberto OsunaRPBlue JaysMoneyball
Gerardo ParraLF/RFRockiesFree Agent
Josh ReddickLF/RFAstrosFree Agent
Anthony Rendón3BNationalsJetBlack
Adam Rosales2B/3B/PH/SSDiamondbacksFree Agent
Juan SotoFree Agent
Trevor StorySSRockiesOld Hoss
Stephen StrasburgSPNationalsOld Hoss
Matt WietersCNationalsLas Vegas Giants
Tony WoltersCRockiesFree Agent
Ryan YarbroughSPRaysFree Agent
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Aaron Hicks injured his left hamstring running up the first-base line in the Yankees' 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night, another concern for New York heading into next week's AL wild-card game.Hicks' 11th-inning double on Saturday drove Didi Gregorius with the run that clinched a postseason berth, and on Sunday the Yankees learned Sunday that Gregorius had torn cartilage in his right wrist during his headfirst slide across the plate.Hicks, who had fouled a pitch off his left ankle just before the double, left Monday's game with left hamstring tightness.New York's win eliminated the Rays and ensured a postseason berth for Oakland, which is likely to be the wild-card opponent but also is still alive in the AL West race. At 96-60, New York is assured of its best record since going 97-65 in 2011.Gardner had a go-ahead single off Ryan Yarbrough (15-6) in a two-run fifth inning.New York used eight pitchers and gave its starters extra rest ahead of ... [More]
Mon Sep 2423:47Altherr sprains toe, bruises knee trying to catch homerAaron AltherrLF/RFPhilliesFree Agent
David DahlLFRockiesFree Agent
DENVER (AP) — Philadelphia Phillies left fielder Aaron Altherr left the game after spraining his right big toe and bruising the knee while running full stride into the fence as he tried to catch a home run by Colorado's David Dahl.Altherr was tracking the two-run homer in the fourth inning of Monday's game when the side of his face and his right leg rammed into the padded fence, his hat flying off. He stayed on the warning track for several moments as a trainer rushed out to check on him. Altherr limped to a cart and was taken away.On the play, the fan trying to catch Dahl's homer was hit in the head by the ball, his hat flying off as well.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Mon Sep 2423:47Yanks lose Hicks to injury; BoSox clinch home fieldSandy AlcantaraSPMarlinsFree Agent
Cody AllenRPIndiansTexas BigSticks
Brandon BarnesLFMarlinsFree Agent
Trevor BauerSPIndiansWith the 5th Pick Truck Selects
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxThe Seals Guys
Dylan BundyRP/SPOriolesFree Agent
Carlos CarrascoSPIndiansSportsWiseGuy.com
Francisco CervelliCPiratesFree Agent
Mike ClevingerSPIndiansFree Agent
Dylan CoveySPWhite SoxFree Agent
Edwin Encarnación1B/DHIndiansJetBlack
Nathan EovaldiSPRaysFree Agent
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Aaron Hicks injured his left hamstring running up the first-base line in the Yankees' 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night, another concern for New York heading into next week's AL wild-card game.Hicks' 11th-inning double on Saturday drove Didi Gregorius with the run that clinched a postseason berth, and on Sunday the Yankees learned Sunday that Gregorius had torn cartilage in his right wrist during his headfirst slide across the plate.Hicks, who had fouled a pitch off his left ankle just before the double, left Monday's game with left hamstring tightness.New York's win eliminated the Rays and ensured a postseason berth for Oakland, which is likely to be the wild-card opponent but also is still alive in the AL West race. At 96-60, New York is assured of its best record since going 97-65 in 2011.Gardner had a go-ahead single off Ryan Yarbrough (15-6) in a two-run fifth inning.New York used eight pitchers and gave its starters extra rest ahead of ... [More]
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SEATTLE (AP) — The Oakland Athletics clinched their first playoff berth in four years Monday night, earning at least an American League wild card when the Tampa Bay Rays lost to the New York Yankees.Following three straight last-place finishes in the AL West, the A's found out just a couple of minutes after the first pitch of their game against Seattle that they are in the postseason for the first time since 2014.Tampa Bay's 4-1 loss to the Yankees eliminated the Rays from playoff contention. Oakland still has an outside shot at overtaking Houston for the division title, but is more likely headed toward a wild-card matchup with the Yankees.The A's could still host that game. They were two games behind the Yankees for the top wild card, pending the outcome of Oakland's game against the Mariners.Few people imagined the A's could make the playoffs this season, a young team with few proven stars after finishing 75-87 a year ago. Oakland won only 68 games in 2015 and 69 in 2016.The A's ha... [More]
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DENVER (AP) — Philadelphia Phillies left fielder Aaron Altherr left the game after running full stride into the fence while trying to catch a home run by Colorado's David Dahl.Altherr was tracking the two-run homer in the fourth inning of Monday's game when the side of his face rammed into the padded fence, his hat flying off. He stayed on the warning track for several moments as a trainer rushed out to check on him. Altherr limped to a cart and was taken away.On the play, the fan trying to catch Dahl's homer was hit in the head by the ball, his hat flying off as well.Philadelphia moved Odubel Herrera from right to left to take Altherr's place. Jose Bautista entered to play right.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
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NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius has torn cartilage in his right wrist and is unsure whether he will be able to play in the AL wild-card game on Oct. 3.Gregorius, who has 27 homers and 86 RBIs, got injured Saturday when he slid headfirst on Aaron Hicks' 11th-inning double to score the run that clinched a postseason berth for New York, which disclosed the injury after a 6-3 loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday.New York remained 1½ games ahead of Oakland for the top AL wild card. Baltimore (45-110) is one loss shy of matching the franchise record for defeats set by the 1939 St. Louis Browns, who went 43-111.Tim Beckham homered twice for the lowly Orioles, who trailed 3-0 early. Ryan Meisinger (2-0) pitched two perfect innings and Mychal Givens worked a 1-2-3 ninth for his ninth save. A.J. Cole (3-1) was the loser.INDIANS 4, RED SOX 3, 11 INNINGSCLEVELAND (AP) — Greg Allen singled with one out and the bases loaded in the 11th inning and Cleveland denied Boston's bi... [More]
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