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Thanks For Beating The Yankees. You May Now Return To The Minor Leagues.

The Toronto Blue Jays demoted pitcher Drew Hutchison to AAA Buffalo on Monday, a day after he beat the Yankees, raising his record to 12-2.  At the time, twelve wins was good enough to be tied for sixth in the American League. 81 more words

Humor

They Deserve Better .......

An interesting article in “Reflections” this week by Steve Contursi.   He’s commenting on the emotions of  baseball player Wilmer Flores on being traded from the Mets, where he began his career, to Milwaukee, and the impact of trades throughout the industry. 176 more words

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Bryce Harper makes one fan's day with awesome selfie

The Washington Nationals hosted the Toronto Bluejays in a doubleheader on Tuesday, but the most noteworthy thing that happened wasn’t a game 1 win. It was Bryce Harper hooking up a fan with a sweet outfield selfie after a woman threw her cell phone down to him. 50 more words

MLB

Montreal draws 96000+ for two MLB exhibition games

This past weekend they played a couple games between the Reds and the Bluejays at Montreal’s old (but fun) Olympic stadium. The two game series drew over 96000 people.  399 more words

CC's first start since May was more wimper than a bang!

So CC Sabathia took to the mound for the first time since May of last year when injury had ended his season. Most people wouldn’t put a whole lot of stock in how well he pitched yesterday. 349 more words

New York Yankees

The MLB millionaire who lives in a van down by the Walmart

Young sports stars: Ugh, they’re all egomaniacs who start spending lavishly once they begin raking in that big-league cash, right?

Wrong — at least in the case of one millionaire top  64 more words

2015 American League Preview: Offseason Movers and Shakers

This offseason has seen some of the most activity baseball has had in years. Some teams like the Oakland Athletics and San Diego Padres have been very active with trades an other acquisitions, while others like our San Francisco Giants and New York Mets have been somewhat nonexistent in adjusting their rosters. 1,597 more words