- Toronto, Ontario
- Batting Leaders
- Pitching Leaders
|Aaron Judge, RF||10-day il|
|Jacoby Ellsbury, CF||60-Day IL|
|Giancarlo Stanton, RF||10-Day IL|
|Gary Sanchez, C||10-Day IL|
|Clint Frazier, LF||Day-To-Day|
|Matt Shoemaker, SP||10-Day IL|
|Aaron Sanchez, SP||Day-To-Day|
|Freddy Galvis, SS||Day-To-Day|
|Bo Joseph Bichette, SS||Day-to-Day|
|Dalton Pompey, RF||60-Day IL|
Nats hope Sanchez can continues Coors success
Veteran right-hander Anibal Sanchez has been pitching in the majors since 2006, but Washington's veteran right-hander will make just his third career start at Coors Field on Wednesday afternoon in the series finale between the Nationals and Rockies.
Rangers, A's conclude series with questions on mound
Two teams trying to focus on small pieces of good news on the injury front complete a three-game series with shaky pitching situations Wednesday afternoon when the Texas Rangers visit the Oakland Athletics.
Five things we learned from MLB's Opening Day payrolls
Key takeaways include how the lowest-paid team has the best record and a look at who's spending the most of what they take in.
Hedges' and Reyes' big bats dominate M's in win
Austin Hedges and Franmil Reyes take care of business driving in five runs as the Padres take down the Mariners 6-3.
DeJong, Cards look to complete sweep vs. Brewers
With so many eyes trained on Christian Yelich of the Milwaukee Brewers and Paul Goldschmidt of the St. Louis Cardinals in their early-season matchups, Paul DeJong has quietly inked his signature on a few wins.
Voit homers twice to lead Yankees over Angels 7-5
Luke Voit homered twice, Mike Ford went deep for the first time in the majors and the New York Yankees beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-5 Tuesday night for their fifth straight win.