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Only two teams across Major League Baseball are on track to pay the luxury tax this year: the Boston Red Sox and Washington Nationals. This (unsurprising) nugget comes courtesy of the Opening Day payroll totals compiled by MLB and published Monday by The Associated Press.
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“It’s easy to see why Portland would be an attractive option for Major League Baseball. We’re a growing media market with a booming economy and a rich history of local baseball." - Portland mayor Ted Wheeler
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Royals bench coach Dale Sveum says Blue Jays designated hitter Kendrys Morales is as good as Hall of Famer Paul Molitor when it comes to recognizing pitcher tendencies. Here's a closer look at his hidden talent.
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Miguel Andujar made Yankees history and Gleyber Torres got his first hit as the surging squad squashed the Twins.
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Monday night's Houston Astros-Los Angeles Angels game ended with umpires overturning a call on a challenge that gave the Angels the final out. The Angels were leading the Astros 2-0 but were in some trouble with runners on first and second with two out. Yuli Gurriel was on second after singling and Alex Bregman was on
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Marlins CEO Derek Jeter said his team is "trying to win ballgames every day" and believes the mindset that they are tanking is off-base.
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The Cubs superstar looked woozy as he was helped off the field