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Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit another home run, Danny Jansen and Billy McKinney also connected and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Chicago White Sox 5-2 on Sunday.
Lucas Giolito threw five solid innings, Leury Garcia homered and the Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-1 Saturday in a game stopped after 4 1/2 innings because of rain.
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
I'm probably a little too excited to watch Ryan Feierabend make his Blue Jays debut across the street from the lair of another lefty knuckleballer -- Wilbur Wood of the White Sox. Great nugget from ESPN Stats & Info on this: Feierabend is making his first big league start since Sept. 23, 2008 with the Mariners. He faced the Angels in that game, and Vladimir Guerrero Sr. batted cleanup for the Halos. Vlad Jr. is Feierabend's third baseman today.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. homered and the Toronto Blue Jays used an offensive barrage to beat the Chicago White Sox 10-2 on Friday night.
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
Toronto starter Aaron Sanchez was pulled during the fourth inning of his outing tonight in Chicago after just 54 pitches because of a blister on the middle finger of his pitching hand. Issues with that finger and fingernail turned Sanchez's 2017 season into a bit of a nightmare, so let's hope it's a minor thing.
The series finale is Sunday night -- and the world will be watching, including a host of major leaguers. We asked them to weigh in on HBO's hit show.
Robinson pressured baseball to change, Campanis shamed the game into it. Which made more of a difference?
Yolmer Sanchez raced home from third base with the tiebreaking run on Ryan Cordell's suicide squeeze in the eighth inning, and the Chicago White Sox topped the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 Thursday night for their fourth win in five games.
Remember Tony Sanchez, Donavan Tate and Matt Hobgood? Few do -- but all were selected ahead of Mike Trout. Here's a look at the first-rounders who never really panned out.
Edwin Jackson became the first player in major league history to play for 14 teams when he made his Toronto Blue Jays debut and pitched five innings Wednesday in a 4-3 loss to the San Francisco Giants.
New Blue Jays pitcher Edwin Jackson appeared in a game for his 14th major league team Wednesday, breaking a record that he had shared with Octavio Dotel.
Before catching up with Yankees manager Aaron Boone (26:51), Buster & Boog Sciambi discuss Chris Sale's progress, Vlad Jr., the Brewers and more (8:39). Plus, "Hembo Knows" (35:11) and this week's "Power 10" rankings (40:28).
Mike Trout to the Nats? Nolan Arenado on the West Coast? Here's how things might look if teams were able to choose again a decade later.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. homered twice to become the third-youngest player to hit his first two major league homers in the same game, and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the San Francisco Giants 7-3 Tuesday night.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. went deep for the first time in his young career Tuesday night, homering in the same ballpark where his father won the 2007 Home Run Derby.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. finally hits his first home run ... and it was a laser. His 438-foot blast to center field in San Francisco was the second-longest by a Blue Jay this season and the exit velocity of 111.3 mph was third-hardest home run by a Blue Jay. It came in his 54th plate appearance and 48th at-bat.
Not every top arm is a can't-miss first-round pick. Here's a look into how MLB teams have drafted, signed, traded for and developed their future aces.
The Tigers' No. 1 pick, like the Blue Jays slugger before him, is the latest in a series of prospects who have no business being in the league they're in. But not every amazing performance is created equal.
The surging Red Sox and Brewers are among those taking aim at our top-ranked teams.
Lucas Giolito allowed one run in seven innings to win his second straight start, Tim Anderson and Yonder Alonso homered and the Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1 on Sunday.
Marcus Stroman was angry when removed from yet another start when he received little run support, and the Toronto Blue Jays lost to the Chicago White Sox and Ivan Nova 7-2 Saturday.
On Base Percentage.290
Earned Run Average3.85