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Boston’s Chris Sale makes most of limited run support for first win with Red Sox

Left-hander strikes out 12 Rays over seven innings, including seven of last nine he faces.

Rotation troubles leave Blue Jays spinning

The American League's best staff a year ago has struggled in the season's opening days.

Cleveland Indians face pressure from commissioner to retire Chief Wahoo logo

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred made it clear he would like the team to "transition away from the Chief Wahoo logo."

Josh Donaldson back in starting lineup as Blue Jays’ DH

Due to calf tightness, the star third baseman was restricted to pinch-hitting duty on Tuesday in a 4-3 loss to Milwaukee.

MLB switch to Statcast causes speed bump on pitches

Fans at MLB games might think pitchers are throwing harder. Actually they're just getting a different reading.

Tim Tebow homers in his first at-bat during his minor league debut for N.Y. Mets

The Former NFL quarterback launched a two-run drive off the railing in left-centre field.

Major League Baseball opening day: there’s nothing like it

There’s no replacing the dulcet tones of Vin Scully or presence of the late Jose Fernandez. But baseball being back keeps us rooted.

Jays release Upton, disable Osuna on eve of opener: Griffin

Outfielder didn't hit enough to keep job; his release should mean more playing time for Pearce.

Introducing your 2017 Toronto Blue Jays

Here's the 25-man roster (plus injured closer Roberto Osuna) for opening day.

Tellez hits first spring homer in Jays’ last spring game

Jays sign former NL rookie of the year Coghlan to minor-league deal.

Seattle Mariners' Drew Smyly develops strained elbow after WBC stint

The Seattle Mariners’ outlook has to be tempered after lefty Drew Smyly discovered a strained elbow after the World Baseball Classic.

Five AL East players to watch in 2017

The five young players could be due for breakout seasons.

Reliever Dominic Leone might have to wait to help Blue Jays’ bullpen

Jays will likely send right-hander to Buffalo to start the season, because they can.

Montreal one step closer to MLB team as investors meet conditions: source

Montreal investors have a solid financial setup, support from two levels of government and several potential locations for a stadium, sources say.

Fear, failure and the death of the bunt

Sacrificing an out for an extra base no longer adds up for a number of reasons... fearful NL pitchers are grateful.

Mets drain d’Arnaud-Syndergaard battery

Struggling catcher Travis d'Arnaud, acquired from the Jays with Noah Syndergaard for R.A. Dickey in 2012, weakest link for Mets with opening day near.

Jays manager John Gibbons succeeds by keeping things simple

Bench boss, with extension in pocket, knows what it takes to compete in AL East.

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