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A's might trade Brett Lawrie - is he a fit for the Mets?

The quest to fill the Mets opening at second base has been a two-horse race so far this offseason with either Ben Zobrist or Daniel Murphy… 396 more words


Athletics get Jed Lowrie back

On Wednesday Jed Lowrie was traded by the Houston Astros to the Oakland Athletics in exchange for Oakland’s number 30 prospect Brendan McCurry. Jed returns to the Athletics after signing a 3 year deal with the Astros after the 2014 season. 134 more words

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Astros trade Jed Lowrie back to A's

For the second time in his career, infielder Jed Lowrie has been traded from the Houston Astros to the Oakland Athletics, the teams have announced. Minor-league right-handed pitcher Brendan McCurry is Houston’s return. 335 more words


Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson wins 2015 American League MVP award

Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson has been named American League MVP for 2015. MLB revealed the results of the BBWAA balloting on Thursday.

Donaldson, 29, batted .297/.371/.568 (155 OPS+) with 41 home runs and 41 doubles in 158 games for the AL East champs. 176 more words


Votto, Martin head list of candidates for Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s Tip O’Neill Award

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St. Marys – One reached base more times than any other player in the big leagues, while the other threw out more baserunners than any other American League catcher. 1,562 more words

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Card of the Week: Kendall Graveman 2015 Panini Immaculate Shadowbox

The card of the week for October 18, 2015 is the 2015 Panini Immaculate Kendall Graveman Shadowbox. This card is numbered 08/49. Kendall was one of the players the Oakland Athletics received in return, along with Brett Lawrie, Franklin Barreto and Sean Nolin, for Josh Donaldson. 115 more words

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Brett Lawrie Throws Down Impressive Dunk Over One of His Boys

In case the NBA is desperate for Slam-Dunk Contest participants this year, perhaps they should look into Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie.

The Canadian firecracker added to his dunking highlight reel Tuesday as he leaped over one of his boys to complete a nasty, one-handed slam: 39 more words