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Rays fan in stable condition after being hit by foul ball

Ball went through a gap in netting that was about 1 1/2 balls wide.

Trevor Story's record-breaking first week in the big leagues

Rookie shortstop becomes an instant star just seven days into the new season after hitting a raft of home runs.

Josh Donaldson back in Blue Jays lineup for home opener

Reigning MVP, who left last game with a calf strain, will be DH while Encarnacion will play first.

Commissioner expects Reyes ruling soon

Hawaii prosecutors dropped charges against former Jays shortstop last week.

David Price strikes out 10 in Red Sox debut

Former Blue Jays left-hander brilliant as Boston earns 6-2 win over Cleveland Indians.

Canadiens’ John Scott happy for his cameo

It's been a "whirlwind" year for NHL all-star game MVP.

Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers are baseball's richest again

L.A. lefty is the highest-paid player in baseball with a $33-million dollar salary.

Expos created a GM pipeline in Montreal

Thirteen future general managers came out of the Montreal front office of the late '80s, early '90s and early 2000s.

Mets’ Noah Syndergaard a dark-horse candidate for NL Cy Young Award

Former Blue Jays prospect has all the underlying metrics to be considered among the top pitchers in all of baseball.

Jose Reyes’s domestic abuse case to be dropped

Maui prosecutors moving to dismiss charge against suspended Colorado Rockies shortstop because his wife isn’t co-operating.

As Opening Day approaches, competition for prime roster spots heats up

The Dodgers' rotation is short three starters, while the Red Sox may take away some of Pablo Sandoval's time at third base.

Villanova shocks No. 1 Kansas to reach Final Four

The Wildcats are back in the Final Four for the first time since 2009.

Inside an MLB bat factory

With the help of the Original Maple Bat Corporation of Carleton Place, Ont., we followed the making of Miguel Cabrera’s bat from the factory to the field.

MLB sluggers take their bats seriously

Major leaguers share their thoughts on the importance of a quality bat.

Creating the perfect bat drawn-out process for MLB’s stars

Constructing a bat for slugger Miguel Cabrera is a 10-step process, with very specific specifications.

Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez backtracks slightly on retirement plans

ARod says he could change his mind and play beyond 2017, but the New York Yankees slugger repeated his current intent is to quit after two more seasons.

Joe Garagiola passes away at age 90

He played eight seasons in the majors, but generations of fans knew him for his 57-year career in broadcasting, including a 30-year association with NBC.

White Sox ace Chris Sale accuses GM of lying about LaRoche situation

LaRoche has said he is retiring after Williams asked that his 14-year-old son, Drake, spend less time around the team. The allegation became public this week, angering players around the major leagues, and Sale had harsh criticism for Williams on Friday.

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