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Hitters in Major League Baseball on Record Home Run Pace

Entering Wednesday’s Major League Baseball schedule hitters had combined for 2,701 home runs through the first 2 ½ months of the 2017 regular season. That means they are on a pace to hit over 6,180 home runs for the entire 162-game schedule. Current record for combined home runs during one season was set in 2000 with 5,693. The big increase in the number of home runs started back in 2015 and through the entire regular season of 2016. In 2016, hitters combined for the second most home runs ever hit in one season with 5,610. In addition, 111 players... 
 

Atlanta Considering Playing Freddie Freeman at Third

As the Atlanta Braves have talked about keeping Freddie Freeman as well as Matt Adams in their lineup at the same time when Freeman returns for his current stint on the disabled list, the team has not ruled out that one of their first basemen converting to play third base. Brian Snitker the manager of the Braves said the team could not rule anything out. If Atlanta were to go that route, Freeman is the more likely of the two to move to the infield’s hot corner. He was a third baseman during high school and has an unselfish way about him that means... 
 

Injury to Gleyber Torres Adds to Questions About Yankees

On Monday, news that Gleyber Torres will need to have Tommy John surgery hit the New York Yankees hard, as he was likely a late-season option for the team during its stretch run to win a title. Torres is not just one of the most talented prospects in baseball, but convinced Yankees executives in the organization that he was advanced beyond his age, which would allow him to handle the pressure and spotlight cast upon him playing in the majors for a pennant even though he is just 20. Many thought Torres would take the third base job away from Chase... 
 

Game Winning Home Run Completes Nolan Arenado Cycle

With one swing of the bat, Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado gave his team a thrilling win and finished off his quest to hit a rare feat – the cycle. Arenado’s three-run walk off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning rallied the Rockies to a 7-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants and completed the cycle for the Rockies slugger. Arenado faced Mark Melancon an All-Star closer for the Giants in the ninth and sent the stunned relievers’ first pitch into the seats in left field to end Colorado’s four game sweep of the Giants... 
 

New York Yankees and Masahiro Tanaka Hit Hard Again

The New York Yankees for just the first time during this season are entrenched in a slump. The Yankees lost their fifth straight game on Saturday and if that was not enough, Masahiro Tanaka the team’s so-called ace is not showing any signs of improving. Tanaka was rocked for five runs over just four innings giving up three home runs. The game started poorly for the Yankees and continued downhill from there. The first pitch made by Tanaka was hit over the outfield fence by Matt Joyce for a leadoff home run. Tanaka’s problems on the mound are... 
 

Victor Martinez Diagnosed with Irregular Heartbeat

Omar Vizquel felt the heartbeat of Victor Martinez and said it was beating real fast. The two were at first base during a game Thursday night between the Detroit Tigers and Tampa Bay Rays. Martinez at the time was sweating profusely, felt warm to the touch told Vizquel he thought his heart was beating very fast. Vizquel, the first base coach for the Tigers, put his hand on Martinez’s heart. He also asked Martinez if he could run and Martinez told him no that he wanted to be taken out of the game. Martinez then slowly walked back to Detroit’s... 
 

Gary Sanchez Leaves Yankees Game With Groin Tightness

On Thursday night in Oakland, A huge offensive display for Gary Sanchez the New York Yankees budding star ended with worry. On the night, Sanchez reached base safely each of the five times he came to bat. He was 3-for-3 and walked twice. His hits included a pair of singles and a double Sanchez also stole a base and knocked in a pair of runs. His double during the seventh and single during the ninth scored Starlin Castro the Yankees second baseman to tie the game for New York. The Yankees eventually lost in 10 innings 8-7 to Oakland. However, during... 
 

Tanaka Ends Slump and Leads Yankees to Victory

Before Monday’s game against the Los Angeles Angels, New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka had been struggling, leading many to believe he would eventually get sent to the bullpen if he snap out of his funk soon. After giving up a homerun in the first inning, a lot of Yankees fans and baseball pundits thought New York was going to be in for another long night thanks to Tanaka’s struggles. However, Aaron Judge put all those worries to bed with two homeruns on the night, including the game-winning two-run homerun in the eighth inning. While... 
 

Ryan Zimmerman Remains Backbone of Washington’s Attack

Ryan Zimmerman has returned bad back or not. Zimmerman had missed three straight games and four of the last five the Washington Nationals have played after hurting his back last week in Los Angeles. However, he returned to the Nationals’ lineup and appeared as if he had not missed a beat after smacking two home runs and leading the team to a 10-5 victory over the Atlanta Braves. He hit one home run 425 feet and another 439 feet and added a single as well during the seventh making it the 10th time this season he has had three hits in one game,... 
 

Mike Scioscia Is Admirer of Yankees Aaron Judge

Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia may be on the other side of the country but is one of Aaron Judge’s biggest admirers. The Angels manager said Judge has the potential to be very, very special as a player. Of course, Scioscia should know a great player when he sees one as he has managed Mike Trout since he debuted back in 2011. Scioscia called both his player Trout and Judge exceptional multi-dimensional players. Judge, who is 25, is continuing to earn honors early in the season. On Monday, he won his first American League Player of the... 
 

Max Scherzer Reaches 2,000 Strikeouts, Glover Hurts Back

Max Scherzer the ace on the Washington Nationals pitching staff become the most recent member of baseball’s 2,000 strikeout club on Sunday afternoon. The Nationals right-hander is the third fastest pitcher to reach that milestone in baseball history. Scherzer struck out Nomar Mazara a Texas Rangers outfielder to record his 2,000 strikeout during the fourth inning. His 2,000 strikeout came in just his 1,784th inning pitched. Just Pedro Martinez and Randy Johnson reached 2,000 strikeouts in fewer innings pitched. Clayton Kershaw the ace for the... 
 

Giancarlo Stanton Hits Monster Shot Over Center Field Fence

Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton unleashed on a pitch Friday night sending the ball out of the park for a home run. On the night at PNC Park, Stanton had 3 RBIs in the Marlins 12-7 win over hosts the Pittsburgh Pirates. The explosive home run leading off the third inning set a tone for the Miami offense for the night. The home run, estimated to have traveled 449 feet gave Miami a lead of 3-1. The towering drive to center was off Tyler Glasnow a right hander and cleared the green structure in center bouncing off the top of it. Don Mattingly... 
 

Abuse Allegations Being Investigated Against Derek Norris

Major League Baseball is carrying out an investigation into allegations of abuse against Derek Norris a catcher for the Tampa Bay Rays, said Michael Teevan the league’s vice president of communications. Norris’ ex-fiancée Kristen Eck made claims recently in an Instagram post that she had been emotionally and physically abused by a man that she had thought she would one day marry. Eck did not name Norris in her post, but she is known to have been the fiancée of Norris through interviews and stories. There have been no charges brought against... 
 

Cincinnati Reds Will Have Dilemma with Zack Cozart At Trade Deadline

The Cincinnati Reds are now 26-30 and 3 games behind first place in the National League Central. However, the Reds’ shortstop Zack Cozart has continued his strong season to date in 2017 as he is averaging .348 with 9 home runs and 33 RBIs. On Sunday, Cozart hit a triple, a pair of home runs and knocked in 5 runs. His season stats are unbelievable for any player but add to it that he is a strong defender at shortstop and that makes him a high commodity. Since the Reds are going through a rebuilding period and not likely a contender during 2017,... 
 

Can the Chicago Cubs Overcome Themselves to Repeat as Champions

The Chicago Cubs had one of the best seasons in recent memory last year with an astounding 103 wins and the team’s first World Series title in 111 years. With much of the same lineup returning for the 2017 season, many had the Cubs pegged as a favorite to win it all once again. That hasn’t been the case so far, though. Chicago has struggled out of the gate and currently sits fourth place in the Central Division of the National League. There are plenty of reasons why the Cubs are in this position, but they’ll need to find solutions... 
 

Are the Cubs As Bad As Their Record Suggests?

The Chicago Cubs rallied to win on Friday over National League Central rivals the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2. The win snapped Chicago’s losing streak of six straight games. The Cubs now sit at 26-27 for the season, one where most expected Chicago to win 100 games and to repeat as champion in the World Series. The overwhelming majority thought at the least the Cubs would win the NL Central again. However, they started June below .500 and struggling. The Cubs won 97 games during 2015 and then turned 2016 into a World Series winning season. The Cubs... 
 

Manny Machado Off to Poor Start for Baltimore Orioles

Last season on June 1, Manny Machado appeared to be one of baseball’s best players Fast forward to the present and Machado is playing completely different. This year through the season’s first two months, Machado is batting .205, which is No. 80 of 80 qualified hitters in the American League. His on-base percentage of .286 is amongst the 10 lowest in the league. Tuesday night versus the New York Yankees, Machado struck out on four occasions, which is the first time since 2014 and just the second time during his career. In April, Machado drew... 
 

Mike Trout Out Up to Two Months Due to Surgery

On Wednesday, Los Angeles Angels start Mike Trout will have surgery on his left thumb to repair a tear in the UCL and will likely miss up to eight weeks of action. Trout injured the thumb while sliding at second base during an attempt to steal second Sunday afternoon. On Monday, Trout had an MRI that revealed the torn UCL and was put on the Angels disabled list. This is the first time Trout has been placed on the DL in his career. A short time later, Trout, who is 25, decided to have surgery to repair the tear. Mike Scioscia the manager of the Angels... 
 

Zack Greinke Having Much Better Results This Season

Last season, Arizona Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke was 13-7 but saw his ERA balloon to 4.37 and he spent some part of the season on the disabled list. The Diamondbacks finished 69-93 and the front office was reshuffled. Things have started much different this season. After 50 games as of Friday, Arizona is 31-19 and owns baseball’s second best run differential behind only the Los Angeles Dodgers. The biggest key has been the pitching staff, which was dead last in 2016 in baseball but fourth thus far this season led by Greinke. Thus Greinke is... 
 

David Price and Red Sox to Meet Following Rehab Start

The Boston Red Sox will meet with left-hander David Prices Thursday as they try to find out what the next step is for the southpaw in his rehab after he gave up six runs, of which three were earned, during his 3 2/3 innings of work for Pawtucket in Triple-A Wednesday night. Red Sox manager John Farrell during an interview following Boston’s loss of 9-4 to Texas said a scout was pleased with what he saw out of Price physically on Wednesday, but Farrell did not know what was next for the veteran pitcher. The Boston manager said he and his coaches... 
 

Lack of Offense Leading to Mediocrity for Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox are dead last in the American League this season in home runs. Boston last season led all of baseball in average runs scored per game at 5.42. It was expected there would be a slight drop off due to the retirement of David Ortiz the long-time DH who hit 541 career home runs. However, that output has fallen off close to a full run and currently sits at 4.56 runs per game. The team’s inability to offset poor run production with top-notch pitching, which was the organization’s plan, has kept Boston from creeping toward the top... 
 

MLB and Facebook Announce Live Streaming for Games

Facebook and Major League Baseball announced this week a new partnership for live streaming that will show 20 regular season live games on the social network. The games will be aired weekly on the site with the first being the aired last night between the Colorado Rockies and Cincinnati Reds. The weekly streamed games on Facebook will be from a feed of a local broadcaster of one of the participating teams, said the two companies. MLB and Facebook have teamed up before in streaming games. In 2011, prior to Facebook Live being launched, MLB aired... 
 

Can Anyway Stop the Houston Astros?

As of Wednesday, the Houston Astros completed 25% of their 2017 Major League Baseball regular season. The club is the holder of two key achievements over that period. One, the team has been the best in all of baseball and second it is the franchise’s best start in history. Both trends continued on Wednesday as the American League West leading Astros won their ninth game in their past 10 games played, defeating the plummeting Miami Marlins 3-0 completing a sweep of their three-game series on the road at Marlins Park. With the win, Houston improved... 
 

Kevin Pillar Turns from Defense to Offense

The Toronto Blue Jays started their 2017 Major League Baseball season out disastrously. The Blue Jays stood at 2-11 after 13 games and 6-17 after 23 games, which put the team in a deep hole after just two dozen games of the 162-game regular season. Still not at .500 yet, Toronto is nevertheless playing better and giving itself a shot at contending in the American League East. On Sunday, Kevin Pillar the defensive stalwart in center field was the offensive hero with a walk-off homer against the Seattle Mariners. Earlier in Sunday’s game, Pillar... 
 

Chris Iannetta Hit in Face with 93mph Fastball

Chris Iannetta the Arizona Diamondback catcher was hit by a pitch in the mouth during his seventh inning at bat on Friday night. The Diamondbacks won the game 11-4. Iannetta left the game after being hit with the pitch. Iannetta’s manager Torey Lovullo said that the catcher’s top lip had been split open by the impact of the ball and the player had been taken from the park to the hospital for further examination. On Saturday, the team will have more of an update on the status of Iannetta. Lovullo told the media following the game that Iannetta... 
 

Ryan Zimmerman Resurgence Once Again Helping Nationals

For most of the past decade, Washington Nationals player Ryan Zimmerman has accepted the designation as the face of the team. Solid and stoic is the brand Zimmerman has worn with the Nationals since the team used its first ever draft pick in 2005 to select him. He has been with them from the opening of their new park, through the poor seasons and into the spotlight with fellow stars Jayson Werth, Bryce Harper and others. However, as the team reached new levels with three appearances in the playoffs the last five seasons, Zimmerman plunged to his... 
 

Cody Bellinger Knocking the Cover Off the Ball

A superstar is not made overnight, but Cody Bellinger has started a Major League Baseball career that could one day make him the next superstar in the sport. In his first 12 games Bellinger, who is just 21, hit five home runs. Of the 12 games he has played, the Dodgers have won 9. Bellinger is the Dodgers’ top prospect and great things were expected of the talent, but just not so soon. Because he plays first and Adrian Gonzalez is there, Bellinger started the season with Oklahoma City in Triple-A. He hit five home runs in his 18 games at Oklahoma... 
 

Houston Astros Looking for Another Starting Pitcher

The Houston Astros have started their 2017 Major League Baseball regular season strong with a record of 20-10 after 30 games and a 5 ½-game lead in the American League West. However, Houston knows it needs some more top line pitching and is in the market for a big name starter who can become second in line to ace Dallas Keuchel, the former Cy Young Award winner who has seen a resurgence in his game this season. Houston would like to add the best possible starter if can find with Jose Quintana the ace for the Chicago White Sox at the top of its... 
 

Tensions Continue Between Red Sox and Orioles

The drama continued to heat up between American League East rivals the Boston Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles as both Adam Jones, who complained of receiving racial taunts and pitcher Kevin Gausman both were ejected from the game at Fenway Park on Wednesday. In the second inning, Orioles starter Gausman was ejected for hitting Boston’s Xander Bogaerts, that caused a huge uproar from the Orioles since the pitch was a curveball at the speed of just 76.6 mph. Both Gausman and Caleb Joseph his catcher argued the pitch had slipped from the pitcher’s... 
 

Noah Syndergaard Becomes Most Recent Pitcher Hurt in Flawed System

For the New York Mets it is nothing but a coincidence. The Mets say they have had terrible luck, with a number of pitching injuries already this season, as well as in years past. Baseball pundits and fans alike are told to feel sorry for the team, as it is not fair one organization has to endure such heartache. However, at some point the Mets need to accept responsibility. New York was hit was news that ace Noah Syndergaard suffered a major injury and was placed on the team’s disabled list after tearing his lat muscle on his right side. The Mets... 
 

Gift Ngoepe Becomes First African to Play in MLB

Major League Baseball’s 2017 regular season is underway, with close to 30% of the players beginning the season born outside the United States. That percentage of players is not that unusual, but Gift Ngoepe is. The native of South Africa spent close to 9 years fine tuning his baseball skills in the U.S. He played in the minor leagues, from Class-A through Class-AAA starting when he was just 18. Ngoepe is now 27. During his time in the minors he played for different affiliates of the Pittsburgh Pirates including teams in cities such as Indianapolis,... 
 

Eric Thames Pulled From Game With Tightness in Hamstring

Milwaukee Brewers slugger Eric Thames left in the eighth inning of Wednesday’s game with the Cincinnati Reds after experiencing tightness in his hamstring. His manager Craig Counsell told the media following the game, which Milwaukee won 9-4, that Thames’ injury was not any big deal. Counsell said the hamstring had tightened during the day and said it could be caused by the player being on-base so often, which means he has been running the bases, scoring on a hit from first based and that adds up to a great deal of base running. Thames is currently... 
 

Julio Urias Returning to Dodgers Thursday

One of the most promising young starting pitchers in baseball Julio Arias will make his debut for 2017 with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday. The 20-year old started this season slowing as a way to limit the number of innings he will have in the majors during the regular season. The gaming industry online and betting on major league baseball has become a huge industry as most, such as Royal Vegas online casino, have a myriad of online games to choose from. Online gaming for both casino type sites and sportbooks like Royal Vegas online casino... 
 

Tony Gwynn Jr. Like Father Like Son in Baseball and Brewing

Wearing a pair of safety goggles, Tony Gwynn Jr. waits as he looks at his watch to add more hops to boiling water with malted barley as he adjusts the recipe to his craft beer at AleSmith Brewing Co. Gwynn followed his famous father in both playing for the San Diego State baseball team and with the San Diego Padres. He also wants to hit similar to his .394 Pale Ale in tribute to his late dad, Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn Sr. Gwynn said he would feel fantastic if he could do something equal to his father. He said he never was an equal to his father on... 
 

Sources Say Luis Robert Will Be Cleared by May 20 to Sign

Cuba’s top prospect is getting closer to the fulfillment of his dream to play Major League Baseball. Luis Robert, who is 19, is the top outfield prospect from Cuba and on Thursday Major League Baseball declared him a free agent, says a source close to the situation. On May 20, Robert will become eligible to sign a contract with any big league baseball team. Considered by most the No. 2 prospect amongst international players behind just Shohei Ohtani the phenom from Japan, the 6-foot-3 Robert is a player with all around skill that scouts believe... 
 

Colorado Rockies Bullpen Helping Them to NL West Lead

A home stand of six games  convinced Greg Holland the new closer for the Colorado Rockies that he was playing in conditions that were not found anywhere other than at Coors Field and he would have to adjust to those conditions. Holland played all of his first six MLB seasons with the Kansas City Royals. He said that you must keep a good diet and remain hydrated so you do not become run down. Avoiding that will be an important key for Colorado’s new bullpen, which was the worst last season in the majors but has been surprisingly successful starting... 
 

Hall of Famer Given New Lease on Life

Hall of Famer Rod Carew first met Konrad Reuland in 1990 and likely had a hard time remembering that meeting. Seventeen years later, the two are inseparable. Reuland died last December and his kidney and heart were donated to Carew. The Hall of Famer at the time was in desperate need of a heart. This week the story was revealed by the American Heart Association of how one family of a legend in baseball and the family of a young player in the NFL, who died of a brain aneurysm, learned of the circumstances surrounding the gift Carew received. The... 
 

New York Mets Have the Power

The New York Mets are good at several things, but what they are becoming one of the best in baseball at is hitting home runs. Of course, seven home runs in one game is not always the norm, but they did that in their 14-4 win on Tuesday over Philadelphia. On the night, slugger Yoenis Cespedes hit three home runs. He had two other chances to hit his fourth of the game, but doubled over Odubel Herrera’s head in center field and grounded out to short in the eighth to miss out on four home runs in a single game. The Phillies could not come up with... 
 

Red Sox Fighting Through Illness and Injury

The 2017 MLB regular season is just a week old and the Boston Red Sox are already facing a large amount of adversity. It is difficult enough dealing with any type of injuries related to baseball that come up during any season, but the Red Sox are also worrying about flu that has been running rampant through the clubhouse during the last week. Each game more questions arise about who will be healthy enough to play for manager John Farrell. Hanley Ramirez has not played the past three games, while Mookie Betts was sick and missed three games prior... 
 

Cleveland and Arizona Off to Fast Starts

Two of the most successful teams to start the 2017 season will meet this week in the desert southwest. The Arizona Diamondbacks will host the Cleveland Indians for a three-game series with both teams having won 3 games to open the season. It might have been expected that Cleveland, the defending champions in the American League, would sweep an opening series in Texas. However, Arizona’s successful start could not have been predicted, especially given the opponent it faced to open the season. On Thursday, Arizona won 9-3 to win three of four from... 
 

Foreign-Born MLB Players Reaches All-Time High

The 2017 Major League Baseball 162-games regular season opened on Sunday with just a few games and saw a full schedule of games on Monday. This year teams in the majors started the season with a record number of players who were born outside the United States. A record 29.7% of the players on major league rosters were not born in the U.S. which topped the previous record of 29.2% back in 2005. Leading the way with players born outside the U.S. was the Dominican Republic with 93, followed by 77 from Venezuela and 23 from Cuba, said Major League Baseball’s... 
 

Madison Bumgarner Smacks Two Home Runs to Set Record

San Francisco Giants ace Madison Bumgarner has been one of the best pitchers the team has had for the past few years. However, he has also been known to swing a powerful bat in the batter’s box. On Opening Day of the 2017 Major League Baseball season on Sunday, Bumgarner showed what power he does have at the plate as he became the first pitcher to hit a pair of homers on Opening Day. The Giants’ ace hit two solo shots in Sunday’s loss of 6-5 to the Arizona Diamondbacks. He is the first pitcher in the history of baseball to hit two on the... 
 

Ricky Nolasco to Start Opening Day for Angels

Veteran hurler Ricky Nolasco has pitched in close to 300 games in the major leagues. This spring he has pitched very well and because of that he has earned a good spot in the rotation of the Los Angeles Angels. Mike Scioscia the manager of the Angels named the veteran pitcher as the starter on opening day for the Angels after a win of 3-2 over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday night. Scioscia said that there were others he could have chosen, but seeing the way he finished the season last year and the way he is pitching this spring, Ricky can handle... 
 

St. Louis Cardinals Intend to Win National League Central

The cream of the crop in the National League Central division has been the St. Louis Cardinals since 2000 having earned 9 division titles and 12 postseason berths. That success is the biggest reason why the Cardinals enter the 2017 season not ready to throw in the towel. While all of baseball has talked about the Chicago Cubs during this spring as they prepare to defend their first World Series title in 108 years, St. Louis has quietly prepared to return to the postseason after failing to reach the playoffs last season snapping a streak dating back... 
 

Los Angeles Angels Defense Helps Complete No-Hitter

Los Angeles Angels starter Bud Norris along with seven relievers combined to complete a no-hitter Friday night. Even with strong pitching, the team needed defensive help to pull off the no-hitter. Behind the help of three diving stops on defense in just the ninth inning, the Angels finished off a no-hitter and beat the Seattle Mariners 4-0. Defenders for the Angels made three stellar plays while Abel De Los Santos a 24-year old reliever closed the game. C.J. Cron at first base dived to the right to stab a grounder for the inning’s first out, Shane... 
 

Terry Francona: Attempting to Have Everyone Back from 2016

For the Cleveland Indians, who will open up defense of the American League Pennant, uncertainty is taking shape as opening day approaches. The team hopes to have all its players back from last season, but that will not happen by opening day. Jason Kipnis the team’s All-Star at second base will not play all of April due to an injured right shoulder, while Michael Brantley an outfielder is recovering from an injured shoulder that kept him out almost all of last season and did not play a spring training game until this week. Carlos Santana, the team’s... 
 

New York Yankees Didi Gregorius Injures Shoulder

Didi Gregorius a shortstop for the New York Yankees bruised his right shoulder which ended his playing time for the Netherlands at the World Baseball Classic. It is now uncertain what his status will be for opening day for the Yankees. New York manager Joe Girardi would not put any timetable on his shortstop’s return saying only that he would be sidelined for a while. New York opens its regular season on April 2 on the road in Tampa Bay. It is unknown when or how Gregorius was hurt while playing for the Netherlands. The team reached the semifinals... 
 

Ian Desmond Remains Positive Despite Hand Surgery

Ian Desmond is now driving a golf cart around the Scottsdale Colorado Rockies complex to watch his teammates take part in practice. He can drive the cart with his right hand but his left his wrapped up following surgery. Desmond had been ready to start at first base on opening day for the Rockies but broke a bone in the left hand when hit by a pitch last Sunday. He had successful surgery during the week and Friday was the first time he spoke publicly about the injury. He appeared upbeat despite likely missing four to six weeks. He called it part... 
 

Report: Boat Likely Driven by Jose Fernandez at Time of Crash

Jose Fernandez was the probable operator of a boat that crashed into a jetty on Miami Beach September 25, killing the Miami Marlins star pitcher and two others, says a report released on Thursday by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The commission investigated the deadly crash. The report, which was 46-pages in length, included a chart with a seating plan that showed Fernandez was driving based upon the physical evidence found shortly after the accident. That evidence included Fernandez’s DNA and fingerprints on the boat’s throttle... 
 

Amed Rosario Quickly Becoming Future for Mets at Short

Spanish is spoken freely throughout the New York Mets clubhouse. One two-word phrase in Spanish El Futuro or The Future, might be the best description anyone has given of Amed Rosario. Rosario is in his first training camp in the big leagues and thus far has hit .296, is showing his extraordinary defensive skills and his quick feet that have him ranked as the top prospect for the organization. Mets manager Terry Collins said that his shortstop has shown him everything he needs to show. The rookie, who is just 21, played 120 games during 2016, which... 
 
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