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Joaquin Benoit Injury: Updates on Blue Jays Pitcher's Calf and Return

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Joaquin Benoit suffered a leg injury attempting to join a bench-clearing brawl in Monday's game against the New York Yankees.

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David Ortiz Glad 'WWE' Era Between Red Sox, Yankees Has Passed

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Boston and New York have been adversaries since the original Hamilton walked Broadway in the late 18th century.

From a Fractured Skull to Baseball's Best Closer: 'It's a Real Miracle'

Watching on television, through the eye of the center field camera, the pitch looks unhittable.

Standing at home plate, with a bat in your hands, it looks just about the same.

"A devastating pitch," Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria said. "Really hard, and with tremendous sink. It looks straight until it gets to the plate, and then it goes down."

If 2016 Is Last Ride of Blue Jays Core, Toronto Still Has Firepower for Deep Run

It was easy to like the Toronto Blue Jays last September. They made the deals of the summer. For the final two months of the regular season, all they did was win.

They had David Price, they had a lineup that didn’t stop, they had a boost from Marcus Stroman’s return and they had whatever momentum you get from going 21-6 in August and 18-9 in September.

Starlin Castro Injury: Updates on Yankees 2B's Hamstring and Return

New York Yankees second baseman Starlin Castro has not appeared in a game since Sept. 17 because of a hamstring injury, but manager Joe Girardi said he could take the field again this season, per Bryan Hoch of

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Castro Rode Stationary Bike

Thursday, Sept. 22

Hoch noted Castro was on the bike on Wednesday.

Masahiro Tanaka Injury: Updates on Yankees Star's Elbow and Return

New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka has suffered a flexor mass injury, Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News reported Thursday.

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Gary Sanchez's MLB Superstar Breakout Just the Start of an All-Star Future

There's a New York Yankees coach named Tony Pena. He was an All-Star catcher when he played in the major leagues, the only All-Star catcher ever born in the Dominican Republic.

When you ask him why there's only been one, he first says, "Don't ask me that question." Then he points across the Yankees clubhouse, at the corner where 23-year-old Gary Sanchez is sitting in front of his locker.

"There's one coming up," he says.

Red-Hot Red Sox Emerging as Alpha Dog in AL Playoff Picture

As the National League continues to leave no doubt about who its World Series favorite is, the American League may finally be settling on one of its own.

The Boston Red Sox.

Gary Sanchez Becomes Fastest Player to Hit 19 HR in MLB's Modern Era

New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez is having a better start to his career than anyone in baseball history.

Adam Jones Comments on Camden Yards Attendance for Red Sox Series

The Baltimore Orioles are in a fight for the playoffs, but the fans haven't been around to witness it.

Outfielder Adam Jones voiced his displeasure Wednesday with the lack of attendance at Camden Yards, per Eddie Matz of


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