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2019 Schedule
35-60, 4th in AL East
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19hCraig Edwards

The key second-half player for all 30 teams

Whether it's a star who needs to step up or a prospect to watch the rest of the way, every team has someone who could define their season.

Chavis hits 1st career grand slam (0:37)
19h

Chavis' grand slam helps Red Sox beat Blue Jays 10-8

Rookie Michael Chavis hit a grand slam, Xander Bogaerts had three hits and Andrew Benintendi drove in three runs for Boston on Monday night to lead the Red Sox to a 10-8 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.

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3d

RHP Giles' hurt elbow potentially due to massage

Blue Jays closer Ken Giles was unavailable for Saturday's game against the Yankees because of nerve inflammation in his elbow that potentially stemmed from a massage he had over the All-Star break, manager Charlie Montoyo said.

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5dKeith Law

Keith Law's midseason top 50 prospects update

With a pair of Juniors -- Fernando Tatis and Vlad Guerrero -- graduating to the bigs, there's a new look atop the best-prospects list.

7d

BBTN: HR Derby, Verlander, Bud Selig

Before speaking with MLB Commissioner Emeritus Bud Selig about his thoughts on the current state of league/player relations and other topics (38:46), Buster talks to Boog Sciambi about last night's record-setting HR Derby and Justin Verlander's fiery comments (10:27). Plus, a special HR Derby edition of "Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (30:35).

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8d

Alonso outslugs Vlad Jr. to win Home Run Derby

The New York Mets' Pete Alonso won a battle of rookies to outslug Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and win the Home Run Derby at Progressive Field in Cleveland on Monday night.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

What's the MLB commercial say? Let the kids play? Well, we have the kids in the finals of the Home Run Derby as rookies Vladimir Guerrero and Pete Alonso face off. On the line: $1 million -- or almost double their rookie salaries.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Ali-Frazier. Bird-Magic. Guerrero-Pederson. Put this semifinal showdown into the pantheon of great sports battles. Vladdy Jr. and Joc Pederson both swat a record 29 home runs, setting up a tiebreaker hit-off. Or homer-off.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

"Vlad-dy! Vlad-dy!" The chants echoed around Progressive Field as Vladimir Guerrero Jr. ties his own record -- set in the first round! -- with 29 home runs in the semis. He raises his arms in triumph after his final swing. He's already just the third player to hit 50 home runs in a Home Run Derby (Giancarlo Stanton hit 61 in 2016 and Kyle Schwarber hit 55 last year). And he may have one more round to go.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Nobody had ever hit 29 home runs in a single round of the Derby under any format -- until Vlad Guerrero Jr. did it in the first round tonight. Not bad for a 20-year-old.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Vlad Jr. drew some oohs and ahhhs from the crowd in Cleveland with a 476-foot first-round bomb, easily the longest of the night -- so far.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs405
Batting Average.232
On Base Percentage.298
Slugging Percentage.407
Earned Run Average4.92
Quality Starts28
WHIP1.46
BAA.265