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Rasmus accepts qualifying offer; Blue Jays wait for Estrada’s decision

Astros outfielder is first to accept qualifying offer in four-year history of the compensation system rather than remain a free agent.

MLB to review runners coming off base on tag plays

Since the start of expanded video review for the 2014, more runners have been called out after fielders press their gloves against them.

MLB eyes spring training game in Cuba

U.S. teams played spring training games in Cuba before Fidel Castro’s revolution, but none appeared there from March 1959 until the Baltimore Orioles faced Cuba’s national team in Havana in March 1999.

Jose Reyes case will be first test of MLB’s new domestic violence policy

The former Blue Jays shortstop was arrested on Oct. 31 in Hawaii after allegedly assaulting his wife.

Former Blue Jay Jose Reyes arrested for allegedly assaulting wife: Report

Jose Reyes was arrested on Oct. 31 for allegedly assaulting his wife in a Hawaii hotel room, a local TV station reports.

Royals' World Series parade caps season for the ages

The Kansas City Royals completed a journey of redemption this past season, and an estimated crowd of 800,000 Royals fans gathered to salute the world champions.

Washington Nationals hire Dusty Baker as manager

Major League Baseball avoids what would have been its first season since 1988 without a black manager.

Eric Hosmer’s World Series gamble pays off big for Kansas City

Reading the situation, the first baseman took a risk in the ninth inning that pushed the Royals to extra innings — and eventually their first championship in 30 years.

World Series champion Royals, masters of the art of the comeback

Kansas City assembled a resilient team that pulled off an unprecedented eight come-from-behind wins this post-season en route to its first title in 30 years.

Dark night at the World Series for the Mets fires up Twitter

Kansas City fans take to social media to celebrate win over New York.

Kansas City Royals win World Series

Five-run explosion in 12th inning stuns Mets and seals first Series crown in 30 years.

The World Series that might have been: Griffin

The Mets are having about as much success against the Royals as the Blue Jays did. So what if Toronto and New York had met instead?

Royals rally in eighth to move to within win of World Series title: Griffin

Murphy error leads to three runs as Mets closer Familia unable to close door.

Mets need seven games to see Syndergaard again: Griffin

There have been just five teams in the last 40 years to lose the first two games and win the World Series.

Wright time, Wright place as Mets get back in Series

David Wright drives in four runs and Noah Syndergaard limits the Royals to three in New York’s 9-3 Game 3 win.

Mets need Noah Syndergaard to bring heat in World Series Game 3

The 23-year-old thunderbolt nicknamed Thor pitches Friday night against Royals right-hander Yordano Ventura.

Cueto shuts down Mets to put Royals up 2-0 in World Series

Nineteen hours after Hosmer’s sacrifice fly won a 14-inning thriller, Cueto pitched a two-hitter, varying his delivery with occasional quick pitches and keeping the Mets off balance.

Royals beat Mets 5-4 in longest World Series opener ever

The 14-inning game had a bit of everything, including an inside-the-park homer, crazy bounces and a power failure.

MLB managers could be all white men by next season

Commissioner Rob Manfred says the league is committed to hiring minorities as managers, denying there is an 'old-boy network’ in place

World Series was memorably different way back when: Perkins

The World Series meant something different back when this fan was a kid, a truly meaningful week of all-afternoon television that often represented the one chance to see stars usually available to us only in papers and magazines.

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