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Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins is the winner of the National League most valuable player award. Canadian slugger Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds finished just two points behind Stanton in the voting.
Commissioner Rob Manfred says rule changes to speed up games will be put in place next year with or without an agreement with the players' association.
Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals has coasted to his third Cy Young Award and second straight in the National League, while Corey Kluber of the Cleveland Indians has easily won his second American League Cy Young Award.
Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter says the team is listening to trade offers for Giancarlo Stanton, but has yet to speak to the power-hitting outfielder owed $295 million US over the next 10 years.
Paul Molitor has won the American League Manager of the Year award after his Minnesota Twins became the first team to make the playoffs following a 100-loss season.
Former star pitcher Roy Halladay, who was the face of the Toronto Blue Jays for about a decade, was remembered as someone dedicated not just to his sport, but to his family and friends at a memorial in Clearwater, Fla., on Tuesday.
Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger are baseball's Rookies of the Year for 2017 after their record-setting home run binges eliminated any reasonable competition for the honors.
"She said that she loves Nos amours. OK. Well, she needs to show it," said Denis Coderre, in a parting shot. "I like baseball," the new mayor declared on TLMEP. But as Kamila Hinkson tells us, whether that translates into a return of the Expos is far from certain.
Carlos Beltran is retiring at age 40 after winning his first World Series title in his 20th major league season. The outfielder made the announcement Monday, 12 days after the Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 7 of the World Series.
The Atlanta Braves on Monday named Alex Anthopoulos their new general manager. The former Toronto Blue Jays GM spent the past two seasons as vice-president of baseball operations with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Highly touted Japanese pitcher-outfielder Shohei Otani announced on Saturday he wants to move to Major League Baseball next season
Rob Thomson, a bench coach on the Joe Girardi's staff for the past decade, is the first candidate to be interviewed to replace the New York Yankees manager.
Phillippe Aumont will never forget carrying his luggage into the Philadelphia Phillies clubhouse on Aug. 21, 2012, two days before his major league debut. And he'll never forget the first player he saw — ace pitcher Roy Halladay.
He pitched in ugly uniforms, to middling crowds, in a cold, concrete mausoleum, in a city the American media had long ago dismissed as a "hockey town." Ever-patient Blue Jays fans couldn't always rely on a lot, but they could rely on excellence every fifth day.
Toronto Blue Jays great Roy Halladay, who died Tuesday in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico, is not only being remembered for his on-field accomplishments. “Doc” is also being honoured for his charity work that particularly helped sick children forget their circumstances, if even for a short while.
Roy Halladay was flying his tiny sport plane low over the Gulf of Mexico shortly before it slammed into the water and killed the retired star pitcher, witnesses told federal investigators.
Roy Halladay, who spent 12 seasons with the Jays, was flying in his two-seater plane over the Gulf of Mexico when it crashed on Tuesday.
Roy Halladay's friends from baseball, as well as hockey players and basketball players who grew up watching him, are mourning the former Blue Jays pitcher. Halladay was killed Tuesday when his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico.