Red Sox ink ace pitcher Chris Sale to 5-year, $145-million extension
The Boston Red Sox and ace left-hander Chris Sale have agreed to a long-term contract extension, the team announced on Saturday morning. The five-year deal is worth $145 million US.
Canada's Jameson Taillon gets opening day start for Pirates
Jameson Taillon will be the Pittsburgh Pirates' opening-day starter on March 28 against the Reds at Cincinnati, manager Clint Hurdle said Saturday. Born to Canadian parents and raised in Texas, Taillon holds dual citizenship.
Ichiro walks off into history in 'sayonara' at Tokyo Dome
Ichiro Suzuki seems to have said "sayonara." The 45-year-old Seattle Mariners star left the Tokyo Dome field in the eighth inning on Thursday night, waving goodbye to the packed crowd amid hugs from teammates in a three-minute walk that signalled to all his great career has ended.
Huge catch: Angels' Mike Trout finalizes record-breaking $430M US extension
Two-time American League MVP Mike Trout has signed a 12-year, $430-million US contract extension with the Los Angeles Angels.
MLBPA chief praises Blue Jays for hiking minor league pay
Tellez's homer lifts Blue Jays over Twins in spring training
Shorter breaks, 1 trade deadline among rule changes agreed to by MLB, players
Bronx Bombers bombard Blue Jays 17-7
$5 beer is coming to Blue Jays home games, but it probably won't be easy to score
Stro Show: Blue Jays' Marcus Stroman to start opening day
Jays president won't set specific timelines for when team may contend
Blue Jays prospect Guerrero Jr. out at least 3 weeks: report
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New York Mets legend Tom Seaver diagnosed with dementia
It's never too early to talk baseball, right?
MLB's Grit Invitational puts spotlight on women in baseball
Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright barred 80 games for PED use
Blue Jays add ex-Red Sox righty Clay Buchholz on 1-year deal
Baseball's big problem, explained
MLB season opens early a world away with hero's welcome for Ichiro
Blue Jays boosting pay for minor leaguers by 50 per cent: report