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MLB will grant players same service time they earned in 2019 if season is canceled

4 monthes ago   |   By Fox Sports

Mookie Betts and all the players set to be free agents after the 2020 season will still get that chance even if there is no baseball this year,
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Manfred pledges to weave baseball into recovery

Manfred pledges to weave baseball into recovery

4 monthes ago   |   By ESPN

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, speaking on the eve of what would've been Opening Day, said he's hopeful baseball can begin preparing for a season at some point in May but will work with experts before determining its exact return.
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Report: Impending FAs will hit open market if 2020 season is canceled

4 monthes ago   |   By TheScore

Mookie Betts , J.T. Realmuto , and every other Major League Baseball player whose contract is set to expire after this season will still hit free agency if the 2020 campaign is canceled, sources told Ronald Blum of The Associated Press. MLB and the Major League Baseball Players Association are working on reaching an agreement on a broad number of topics related to the postponed campaign, and both sides are developing contingencies should the season not happen at all. Under the latest proposal, players will reportedly be credited service time identical to what they received in 2019, even if...
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Morton on IL with inflamed shoulder, Alvarado rejoins Rays

Morton on IL with inflamed shoulder, Alvarado rejoins Rays

The Tampa Bay Rays have placed right-hander Charlie Morton on the 10-day injured list due to inflammation in his pitching shoulder Read more ...

Francona returning to manage Indians after week of rest

Francona returning to manage Indians after week of rest

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Road-weary Blue Jays prepare to open 'home' schedule at Buffalo's Sahlen Field

Road-weary Blue Jays prepare to open 'home' schedule at Buffalo's Sahlen Field

After saying goodbye to Rogers Centre three weeks ago, it's time for the Toronto Blue Jays to say hello to their temporary digs in Buffalo. On Tuesday, they welcome the Miami... Read more ...

MLB Power Rankings: Dodgers as good as advertised, Astros crumbling

MLB Power Rankings: Dodgers as good as advertised, Astros crumbling

Welcome to the second edition of theScore's MLB Power Rankings for the 2020 campaign and first since summer camp. Here, our editors rank each team after the first two weeks of... Read more ...

AP study: MLB average salary under $1.3M; Scherzer tops list

AP study: MLB average salary under $1.3M; Scherzer tops list

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In photos: Moments from Major League Baseball for the week of Aug. 9, 2020

In photos: Moments from Major League Baseball for the week of Aug. 9, 2020

Here's a look at moments in Major League Baseball the week of August 9, 2020. Read more ...

Michael Perez's deliver walk-off single as Rays take series from Yankees

Michael Perez's deliver walk-off single as Rays take series from Yankees

Michael Perez had an RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied late to beat the New York Yankees 4-3 on Sunday. Read more ...

Cleveland Indians punish Zach Plesac for going out, breaking MLB protocol

Cleveland Indians punish Zach Plesac for going out, breaking MLB protocol

The Cleveland Indians sent starting pitcher Zach Plesac home to quarantine after he went out Saturday night with friends in Chicago following his victory over the White Sox... Read more ...

Mets' Wacha goes on IL with right shoulder inflammation

Mets' Wacha goes on IL with right shoulder inflammation

Michael Wacha has been placed on the injured list because of right shoulder inflammation three starts into his one-year contract with the New York Mets Read more ...

Cardinals' series with Pirates postponed as team conducts additional testing

Cardinals' series with Pirates postponed as team conducts additional testing

The St. Louis Cardinals' three-game series with the Pittsburgh Pirates has been postponed as they continue to deal with a COVID-19 outbreak. Read more ...