2 hrs ago
Around the League - A.L.
Everyone is buzzing about Kevin Gausman being called up but Sean Nolin could provide some fantasy value as well.
11 hrs ago
MLB's Top 5 Surprise Teams and Players
The 2013 MLB season has had its fair share of surprises, full of players coming out of nowhere and teams going nowhere, and vice But what organizations and players have caused the most amazement? With plenty to go around, selecting five teams and five players was quite tough.
Fri May 17, 2013
MLB Power Rankings: Re-Ranking All 30 MLB Rotations at the 1-Quarter Mark
It's the last week of September. Your team is in a three-way tie for the final playoff spot with five games left to play.
Thu May 16, 2013
Latos looks to outduel Fernandez, sweep Fish
Five years ago, Marlins rookie Jose Fernandez risked jail time in a Cuban prison to defect to America and pursue his dream of pitching in the Major Leagues.
Mon May 13, 2013
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Toronto Blue Jays - TeamReport
MLB Team Report - Toronto Blue Jays - INSIDE PITCH The Mark Buehrle that the Blue Jays thought they were getting in that big deal with the Miami Marlins this offseason finally showed up Saturday against the Boston Red Sox .
Sun May 12, 2013
Can't Buy Me Wins...
The Dodgers', Angels', and Blue Jays' hopes for the 2013 season may as well be on this stretcher.
Fri May 10, 2013
Jays' Johnson likely out until June
The Blue Jays are presently lodged in last place in the AL East, and across all of baseball only the lowliest Astros and Marlins have worse records.
Thu May 09, 2013
True Blue LA
Battle from last place: Miami Marlins series preview
What a difference a year makes. At this time last year the rebuilt Miami Marlins were 16 - 15, only two games back of first, with expectations that first was within their grasp and they were right.
MLB Power Rankings 2013: Slow Starters That Will Turn Things Around
The 2013 MLB regular season is in full swing, as teams approach the 35-game mark and thus have come into their own.
Wed May 08, 2013
The Jackson Sun
Injury updates and return dates for Johnson, Stanton, more
Blue Jays pitcher Josh Johnson made four starts and had a 6.86 ERA before going on the disabled list with a strained triceps.
Is Mark Buehrle A Cost of Being Competitive?
While the Jays were able to mount an epic comeback on Monday night after Mark Buehrle gave up seven runs to the Rays, that sort of offensive firepower is not the sort of run support Buehrle can expect in every start.
Roundtable Discussion: Does the Blue Jays Struggles Justify Owner Jeffery Loria?
Jeffery Loria's lies and deception from last offseason still has lingering effect on the Marlins and the Blue Jays, as well as the respective fanbases.
Tue May 07, 2013
Fantasy baseball Pitching Report: Slowey slinging strikeouts
Last week in this space we discussed Hisashi Iwakuma, a pitcher whom you should hold onto, rather than selling high.
The Daily Nexus
Youth Are Taking Over the MLB This Season
Just about every Major League team hit the 30 game bench mark over the weekend, and while the MLB season is a marathon not a sprint, 30 games is an adequate sample size to reflect on what we have learned so far.
Mon May 06, 2013
Injury Report: Hamstring, hamstrung, hamstrought
So there's this weird guy who owns a deli. As he approaches his millionth customer, he wants to rig up a cool system to celebrate.
An interview with Tom Dakers, of Bluebird Banter
Tom Dakers is the site manager for SB Nation's Blue Jays affiliate Bluebird Banter , and to prepare for the upcoming four game series with Toronto, Dakers and I exchanged questions on each other's teams.
Josh Johnson to be out until late May, according to Jon Morosi
According to Fox Sports' Jon Morosi in an afternoon tweet, Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Josh Johnson will be out with his injury until "late May." The first we heard of Johnson having a problem was back on April 26, when he was forced to make a start because of tightness in his triceps where it meets his biceps.
Major League Baseball
MLB Notebook: Hechavarria racks up the RBIs
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Marlins Way: Nobody Is Allowed To Calls Us Sadsack Marlins But Us
May 5, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria celebrates hitting a grand slam home run with left fielder Juan Pierre during the third inning against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.
10 Wild MLB Trade Rumors That Could Actually Happen
Ironically, some of them could actually happen. Last year saw Ichiro Suzuki get traded from Seattle to New York, which is something Mariner fans never thought they would see.