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Jays add former Indians manager Eric Wedge to front office

Player develpment advisor could also be a manager in waiting, if John Gibbons and the Jays start slowly.

Blue Jays’ annual fan forum ramps things up

The Blue Jays’ annual fan forum for season ticket holders crossed into the realm of rock star status Thursday night. Here’s a look at five of the best questions.

Pat Hentgen, Dennis Martinez headline Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2016

Hentgen won 1996 AL Cy Young Award for Jays, while Martinez threw only perfect game in Canadian major-league history in 1991 for Expos.

Yankees prospect Greg Bird to have season-ending shoulder surgery

First baseman hit.261 with 11 homers, 31 RBIs and nine doubles in 157 at-bats.

With or without Hall of Fame induction, Tim Raines at peace with his legacy

Former Montreal Expos outfielder who stole 808 bases in his career while surpassing 70 every year between 1981 and 1986 is entering his final year of eligibility.

It will take time and talk before NL adopts the DH: Griffin

The National League, if it agrees to changing the rule, will need a few years to catch up to the American League.

Ben Revere looking forward to playing with Bryce Harper

Nationals acquired outfielder from Jays for reliever Drew Storen.

Blue Jays’ Canadian outfielders anxious to fill void created by Revere trade: Griffin

Michael Saunders returns from injury and Dalton Pompey gets another chance to stick in the majors with the Jays’ left-field job open.

Former Cardinals scouting director pleads guilty to hacking Astros

Christopher Correa admitted hacking into the player database and email system of the Houston Astros in an unusual case of high-tech cheating involving two Major League Baseball clubs.

Griffey makes Hall on first ballot, Raines will have to wait for 10th: Griffey

The Expos outfielder was 23 votes shy of induction this year and is almost certain to reach the Hall when he is on the ballot for the last time.

Guerrero heads Cooperstown first-timers for 2017

Vladimir Guerrero, Manny Ramirez and Ivan Rodriguez get first crack at Cooperstown in 2017.

Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Piazza elected to baseball Hall of Fame

Former Seattle Mariners slugger Griffey Jr. enters Hall of Fame with record 99 per cent of votes.

Seven names for baseball’s Hall of Fame: Griffin

The performance came before the enhancing for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens; they make Richard Griffin's ballot.

Ken Griffey Jr. headlines Cooperstown ballot

The most exclusive Hall of Fame in professional sports will announce its Class of 2016 on Wednesday.

Hall of Fame: Five cases for entry into Cooperstown

From Ken Griffey Jr. to Tim Raines, we look at five of the most interesting candidacies in this year’s Hall of Fame class.

From A to Z, a look at Major League Baseball in 2016: Griffin

Every lesson learned begins with the ABC’s of life. As such, here is a journey through the alphabet to help understand the next 12 months in Major League Baseball.

MLB off-season already full of surprises: Griffin

Plenty already has happened, from the departure of Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos to the Bosox signing David Price to Arizona shelling out huge bucks for Greinke. And there’s more to come, be sure of that.

Yankees’ trade for Chapman criticized by New York politicianYankees' trade for Chapman criticized by New York politician

Urging the Yankees to reconsider, Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito accused the Yankees of ‘condoning’ domestic violence.Urging the Yankees to reconsider, Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito accused the Yankees of ‘condoning' domestic violence.

Yankees acquire all-star reliever Aroldis Chapman for prospects

The back end of the New York Yankees’ bullpen, already one of the most formidable in baseball, will look even stronger next season

Obituary: Dave Henderson hit memorable 1986 ALCS homer against Angels

Henderson hit one of the most dramatic home runs in post-season history, in the 1986 ALCS against the Angels, which got Boston into the World Series.

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