1. Bats Back Buehrle En Route to His 200th Victory

    BALTIMORE -- The Blue Jays struck early and often, hitting double digits on the scoreboard by the fourth inning as they cruised to a 12-5 rout Friday afternoon, spoiling the Orioles ' home opener at Camden Yards...

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  2. Blue Jays' Bautista Leaves Game Due to Cramping

    Toronto Blue Jays right-fielder Jose Bautista left Friday's game against the Baltimore Orioles in the bottom of the sixth inning after experiencing cramping to an undisclosed area...

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  3. Lineup: A-Rod Batting 3rd vs. Red Sox

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  4. Matt Wieters May Not Be Back Until May

    I missed this the other day but, apparently, Matt Wieters' timetable for returning to action has been extended a bit...

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  5. Big Night at the Plate 'A Good Sign' for Bogaerts

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  6. A Glimmer of Hope for CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees

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  7. Jimmy Fallon Scared by Foul Tip at Yankees Game, Loses Hat

    Jimmy Fallon is a Yankees fan. Sure, he grew up rooting for the New York Mets , because his dad worked for IBM and received tickets for games...

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  8. What Yoan Moncada Must Prove in the Minors to Become MLB-Ready

    The hype and excitement that surrounded Yoan Moncada and his decision to sign with the Boston Red Sox in February have turned mostly to anticipation and expectation as the Cuban phenom embarks upon his first season in America...

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  9. 3 Observations from the Blue Jays' Series Win Against the New York Yankees

    The Toronto Blue Jays started off the 2015 campaign on a high note by winning their season-opening series against the New York Yankees . Toronto won the first and third games of the three-game series...

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  10. Why the Boston Red Sox Won't Match the Hype in 2015, Will Miss the Playoffs

    The Boston Red Sox made no shortage of noise this offseason. The team signed two of the league’s best hitters in Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez...

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  11. Red Sox Pound Phillies with Big Third Inning, 6-2

    PHILADELPHIA -- The Red Sox seemed to bleed the Philadelphia Phillies to death Thursday night, taking full advantage of six walks and three errors by the home team while pounding out 11 hits -- all but one of them singles -- in an easy 6-2 victory...

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  12. 6-Run 3rd Inning Leads BoSox to Series Finale Win over Phillies

    After their bats were silenced Wednesday night, the Red Sox bounced back Thursday by scoring six runs, although it just wasn't in as exciting fashion as Monday's five home runs on Opening Day...

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  13. Bogaerts, Masterson Lead Red Sox over Phillies

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  14. Three Games In, and Castro Is Jays' New Closer: Griffin

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  15. Rays DL Jaso, Call Up Mahtook, to Start Geltz

    The Rays made the expected move in putting DH/OF John Jaso on the 15-day DL due to his jamed left wrist, and called up OF Mikie Mahtook, a 2011 first-round pick, to make his big-league debut...

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  16. Jays' Daniel Norris wins first career game by beating Yankees

    CC Sabathia didn't give the Blue Jays much on Thursday night but they made the most of their few opportunities to snatch a 6-3 victory, atoning for Wednesday's ugly loss.....

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  17. Brutal second inning sinks CC Sabathia, Yankees

    For much of Thursday night, CC Sabathia gave the Yankees some hope he might be able to give them something this season.....

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  18. Sabathia Goes 5 2/3 Innings in 1st Start Since Knee Surgery

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  19. A-Rod Homers but Blue Jays Beat Yankees 6-3 to Win Series

    Alex Rodriguez hit his first home run since serving a yearlong drug suspension, but the Toronto Blue Jays beat the New York Yankees 6-3 Thursday night in the first major league win for eccentric rookie Daniel Norris...

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  20. Report: Uehara Could Return Monday

    PHILADELPHIA -- Jonathan Papelbon might have left his heart in Boston, but the Red Sox already have a closer, thank you very much...

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  21. Ted Rogers Statue Leaves Sour Taste Among Blue Jays Fans

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  22. Upon Further Review, Joe Kelly to Start Saturday for Red Sox

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  23. Blue Jays Strip “Not Sharp” Brett Cecil of Closer Duties

    Brett Cecil has made just one appearance since being named Toronto's closer, but that was enough to convince the Blue Jays that he's not the right man for the job...

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  24. A-Rod Bumped Up to 2nd in Order vs. Jays

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  25. Closer Situation Concerns Lucchino over Catcher

    The Red Sox re-stocked their offense over the offseason, adding big bats in Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval...

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