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Today β€” November 21st 2018Your RSS feeds

Keeping Score: Adrian Beltre Was the All-Time Great You Failed to Notice

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

A combination of outrageous offensive statistics and defensive prowess had Mike Schmidt calling him the greatest ever. On Tuesday, Beltre retired.

Yesterday β€” November 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

Keeping Score: Adrian Beltre Was the All-Time Great You Failed to Notice

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

A combination of outrageous offensive statistics and defensive prowess had Mike Schmidt calling him the greatest ever. On Tuesday, Beltre retired.

On Baseball: Breaking Down the New Players on This Year’s Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot

By TYLER KEPNER

Mariano Rivera is a lock, and Roy Halladay could be the first player elected posthumously by baseball writers since 1973.

Yankees Acquire James Paxton From Mariners to Bolster Rotation

By BILLY WITZ

The Yankees surrendered three prospects, including Justus Sheffield, in an effort to shore up the team’s starting pitching.

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On Baseball: Breaking Down the New Players on This Year’s Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot

By TYLER KEPNER

Mariano Rivera is a lock, and Roy Halladay could be the first player elected posthumously by baseball writers since 1973.

On Baseball: M.L.B. Free Agency 2018: Harper and Machado and, Oh Yeah, Everyone Else

By TYLER KEPNER

The Yankees and Phillies are among the top possibilities for the two stars, who are both 26 years old and have 10 combined All-Star selections.

M.L.B. Extends TV Deal With Fox Sports Through 2028

By JAMES WAGNER

The new seven-year deal is said to be worth $5.1 billion, a significant increase over the current deal for $4.2 billion and eight years.

Mookie Betts and Christian Yelich Easily Win M.V.P. Awards

By BILLY WITZ

A throwback leadoff hitter for Boston and a slugging outfielder for Milwaukee both captured the game’s top awards in near landslides.

Jacob deGrom and Blake Snell Win Cy Young Awards

By JAMES WAGNER

DeGrom won in a near-unanimous decision despite recording only 10 wins this year because of the Mets’ anemic offense.

Jacob deGrom and Blake Snell Win Cy Young Awards

By JAMES WAGNER

DeGrom won in a near-unanimous decision despite recording only 10 wins this year because of the Mets’ anemic offense.

Manager of the Year Honors Go to Bob Melvin and Brian Snitker

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Melvin, of the Athletics, won the award for the third time. Snitker led the Braves, who were 72-90 in 2017, to a 90-72 record this season.

Shohei Ohtani and Ronald AcuΓ±a Jr. Are Rookies of the Year

By TYLER KEPNER

Ohtani, the Angels’ two-way star, earned the award despite a grim injury that limited his pitching, and Acuña showed continual improvement after a hot start.

Minnesota Twins’ Joe Mauer to Retire After 15 Seasons

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Mauer, who won three batting titles, is thanking Minnesota fans for making his career “special and memorable” in a full-page newspaper ad that will run on Sunday,

On Baseball: Bill James, No Stranger to Controversy, Believes His Current One Is β€˜Unfortunate’

By TYLER KEPNER

The writer and researcher made comments on Twitter about the ease with which players could be replaced. The players, and the team he advises, did not take it well.

Brodie Van Wagenen’s Tricky Transition From Agent to G.M.

By JAMES WAGNER

Now the Mets’ general manager, he is on the opposite side of negotiations and must navigate both his new job and his history with many of his peers.

On Baseball: Bill James, No Stranger to Controversy, Believes His Current One Is β€˜Unfortunate’

By TYLER KEPNER

The writer and researcher made comments on Twitter about the ease with which players could be replaced. The players, and the team he advises, did not take it well.

Overlooked No More: Jackie Mitchell, Who Fanned Two of Baseball’s Greats

Mitchell was a 17-year-old pitcher in 1931 when she struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in an exhibition game, but questions about that exploit linger.

Yankees’ Gary Sanchez to Have Shoulder Surgery

By BILLY WITZ

Sanchez is expected to recover in time for opening day, but the Yankees said they would handle him with caution.

Overlooked No More: Jackie Mitchell, Who Fanned Two of Baseball’s Greats

Mitchell was a 17-year-old pitcher in 1931 when she struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in an exhibition game, but questions about that exploit linger.

On Baseball: For the Second Straight Winter, the Yankees Are Feeling Thrifty

By BILLY WITZ

The ingredients are all there for a shopping spree to close the gap with the Red Sox, but Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman isn’t interested in spending freely.

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