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 Posted: Thu Sep 21st, 2017 01:28 am
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With pending free agency on the horizon, right-hander Marco Estrada made up his mind quickly about where he wanted to pitch next season.

The 34-year-old right-hander has agreed to a one-year, $13-million extension to stay with the Blue Jays for 2018, the team announced.

Estrada has started 31 games this season, posting his highest ERA (4.84) since 2010 across 176 2/3 innings.

The one-time All-Star has been a reliable contributor to the Blue Jays' rotation since slotting into it in 2015. In 94 appearances - 88 starts - Estrada owns a 31-25 record alongside a 3.81 ERA and 1.18 WHIP. He's also hurled 533 2/3 innings for the club since arriving in a 2014 trade from the Milwaukee Brewers.

Over his 10-year career, the versatile Estrada has made 248 big-league appearances - 159 starts - for the Blue Jays, Brewers, and Washington Nationals.

Along with Estrada, Toronto's rotation is expected to include Marcus Stroman, Aaron Sanchez, and J.A. Happ next season.

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A home run off the bat of Los Angeles Angels outfielder Justin Upton appeared to have secured $1 million for the Angels Baseball Foundation on Tuesday, but that no longer looks to be the case.

Upton's home run against the Cleveland Indians landed over the left-center field fence at Angel Stadium and bounced into an oversized Sherwin-Williams paint can that was being used as part of a promotion to raise money for the foundation.

The promotion stated that if an Angels player hit a home run into the can, the paint company would donate $1 million to the foundation. Because Upton's home run bounced in, though, the Angels said it didn't count and no money would be donated.

L.A.'s announcement immediately became a point of controversy on Twitter.

.@JUST_JUP's homer doesn't count for $1 million @SherwinWilliams promotion. 🗣 BOOOO! pic.twitter.com/bCzKeEgMCo

— DUNK360 (@theDUNK360) September 20, 2017

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“yo sorry man” -didi pic.twitter.com/O5V5k2DucW

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Step aside, Captain. Sir Didi has ascended to his throne.

New York Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius, already in the midst of a career-best season at the plate, took hold of a prestigious franchise record Wednesday against the Minnesota Twins. The Dutchman launched a three-run blast, his 25th of the season, into Yankee Stadium's second deck off Minnesota's Tyler Duffey to surpass Derek Jeter's franchise single-season mark for homers by a shortstop. Jeter hit 24 homers for the Bronx Bombers in 1999.

Gregorius was already just the fourth Yankee shortstop to have hit 20 or more homers in a season for the club. Only he and Jeter had multiple 20-homer campaigns at the position while wearing pinstripes.

The homer propelled the Yankees to a 9-3 lead over Minnesota in a potential preview of the AL wild-card game.

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The 2017 season will not go down as one of the best of New York Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia's storied career, but it has featured its share of milestones.

The 37-year-old entered Tuesday's game against the Minnesota Twins just one strikeout shy of matching Mickey Lolich for the third-most strikeouts by a left-handed pitcher in MLB history. Sabathia struck out Robbie Grossman and Chris Gimenez in back-to-back at-bats in the top of the second inning to move into third place.

RT SInow "CC Sabathia now sits at No. 3 on the all-time strikeout list by any LHP in MLB history (2,833) pic.twitter.com/JJBSvV11L8"

— Dak (@dak2zeke) September 20, 2017


While catching either Johnson or Carlton is not in the cards, Tuesday's strikeouts pushed Sabathia to 18th among all pitchers. He could very easily surpass Jim Bunning's 2,855 career strikeouts for 17th most all time.

One key to Sabathia's success has been longevity, as he's never recorded a K/9 over 9.00 through a complete season. The closest he came was in 2008, when he mowed down 8.93 batters per nine innings between stints with the Cleveland Indians and Milwaukee Brewers.

The next major milestone for the big southpaw will be 3,000 strikeouts, though he'll have to wait until next season. Only 16 players have ever reached that number, with Johnson and Carlton obviously the only lefties thus far.

Among active players, Sabathia is far and away the MLB leader in strikeouts. Bartolo Colon, the 44-year-old righty, is next with 2,446. Justin Verlander (2,399) and Felix Hernandez (2,336) are the only others to have recorded more than 2,300 for their careers.

Sabathia is a free agent following the season, though the team is interested in bringing him back for a 10th season in pinstripes.

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Colorado Rockies reliever Pat Neshek is an avid baseball memorabilia collector and autograph hound, so the veteran right-hander was more than a little peeved when Zack Greinke - his teammate on the 2017 All-Star Game - allegedly reneged after agreeing to sign some baseball cards then vowing never to give him his autograph.

So incensed was Neshek by Greinke's snubjob, in fact, that he slammed the former Cy Young award winner on a message board he frequents on Sportscollectors.net, posting Tuesday under the username heat17. An excerpt:

Greinke stiffed me once again. I asked him at the all star game if he would sign for me and he said he would… so a couple weeks ago we played them and I sent over the cards I needed signed… basically 3 league leaders cards with Kershaw and Wainwright already done and 2 from 2015 to complete the set. He said no… I waited around for him during batting practice and went up to him and he totally denied having the conversation at the all star game… I then asked why this was a problem and he said it’s because “I wear him out.” Hard to wear someone out when he has never signed for me.

This is the only ahole in major league baseball that has been a turd to me. So going back to the conversation I said can you just get these done it will take 5 seconds… just draw a little z on them for me… He said no I will never sign for you ... I walked away… a couple minutes later I confronted him in the outfield while he was jogging and told him what I thought of him… he just kept on running then said I wouldn’t even sign for your kid if he asked….

Neshek, whose club may well face Greinke's in the NL wild-card game, added he's "done with this guy," conceding he will have to broker a trade to get the Greinke signature he needs to complete his collection. (And, yes, he's well aware that his rant caused a minor maelstrom within the collector community).

Anything interesting happen in the autograph world lately?

— Pat Neshek (@PatNeshek) September 20, 2017

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That ball took a ride on the Spruce Moose.

Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas hit his 37th home run of 2017 in the sixth inning of Wednesday night's blow-out against the Toronto Blue Jays. The long ball set a new franchise record for home runs in a single season, surpassing Steve Balboni's mark from 1985.

@Mooose_8 great for you!!!!! So happy for you #ForeverRoyal pic.twitter.com/7qIG7om73D

— RoyalBall (@royal_ball) September 21, 2017
It's perhaps surprising that the Royals have never featured a batter to swat 40 home runs in any of its 48 seasons, though Moustakas has a chance with 11 games left on the schedule.

The team knew it was coming, too, as former champ Balboni has already offered his personal congratulations:

Steve Balboni has a special message for the new #Royals home run champion. #RaisedRoyal pic.twitter.com/S9hRufz9uB

— Kansas City Royals (@Royals) September 21, 2017
Moustakas' previous career-high was 22 back in 2015, when he slashed .284/.348/.470 over 147 games. An unrestricted free agent at season's end, becoming the single-season home run king in Kansas City is a pretty good way to go out.

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Strikeouts are up throughout baseball, but no one is quite at Chris Sale's level.

The Boston Red Sox lefty punched out 13 Baltimore Orioles batters Wednesday night to reach the 300 strikeout plateau. He's the first American League pitcher to record 300 strikeouts in a season since Pedro Martinez mowed down 313 in 1999 as a member of these very Red Sox.

He's only the second pitcher in franchise history to strike out 300, and Pedro managed it only once in Boston - he also struck out 305 with the Montreal Expos in 1997.

Joining Pedro is breathing rarefied air, and Sale said after the game that he wasn't taking his accomplishment for granted, according to the Providence Journal's Tim Britton.

"That's special. We all know that's about as good a company as you can get," Sale said. "Just appreciative of it. It's fun. Being here and hearing that name thrown around is special to me; I don't take it lightly. He's one of the best to ever step on that mound. To be in the same sentence as him is pretty crazy to me."

Chris Sale with 300 strikeouts... Here's the pitch location of all of them. pic.twitter.com/LEHw7x4X6H

— Daren Willman (@darenw) September 21, 2017
The AL Cy Young candidate - and potential front-runner - has recorded 191 of them away from Fenway Park, the most by any pitcher on the road in at least 104 years, according to USA TODAY's Bob Nightengale.

Sale took the mound in the eighth inning needing a single strikeout to reach the milestone. After a pair of groundouts, he struck out Ryan Flaherty looking on an 83 mph slider.

The 13-strikeout performance raised his K/9 to 12.9 on the season, which is far and away the best among qualified starting pitchers this season. Compare that to Curt Schilling, who punched out 300 batters on three different occasions but never had a K/9 higher than 11.29. Even strikeout king Nolan Ryan never recorded a K/9 as high as Sale's this season.

As to his most common victims, Sale has struck out New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge and Tampa Bay Rays slugger Steven Souza Jr. 10 times apiece.

Sale is scheduled to get at least one more start, Sept. 26 against the Toronto Blue Jays, giving him a shot at breaking Pedro's single-season franchise record of 313.

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The Boston Red Sox are returning to the postseason.

Boston guaranteed at least a wild card spot following its 9-0 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday, combined with the Los Angeles Angels' 6-5 loss to the Cleveland Indians.

It's the first time the Red Sox have reached the postseason in back-to-back years since 2008-2009.

The Red Sox enter Thursday's off day with a three-game lead over the New York Yankees and 10 games remaining. Their magic number to clinch the American League East is eight.

Boston won the division last season before being swept in three games by the Indians in the American League Division Series. The Red Sox have never won the AL East in back-to-back seasons.

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It appears the Baltimore Orioles will enter 2018 with Manny Machado as their starting third baseman.

The Orioles have no intention of shopping the three-time All-Star during the offseason, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, but haven't decided whether they'll make another attempt to lock him up long term.

While owner Peter Angelos reportedly hasn't committed to an extension for Machado, Heyman's sources said Baltimore was "within $8 million or $9 million" of an extension a couple years back.

The two sides weren't especially close to a deal, a person familiar with the situation told Heyman.

Machado is in the midst of his worst offensive season since 2014, but he's still one of the game's best players, posting a .264/.318/.484 slash line with 32 home runs, 32 doubles, and 92 RBIs, while playing stellar defense at the hot corner with a plus-6 in defensive runs saved.

The 25-year-old slugger is making $11.5 million this season and is arbitration eligible in 2018 before becoming a free agent in 2019.

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San Diego Padres outfielder Hunter Renfroe etched his name into the organization's record books during Wednesday's slugfest against the Arizona Diamondbacks, becoming the first Padres rookie to hit three home runs in one game.

He also tied former Padres first baseman Nate Colbert for most home runs by a rookie (24).

"That last one was the best, probably," Renfroe said after the game, according to The Associated Press. "Little curveball, slider thing in the zone. Kind of hung there. Got a little more barrel than the other ones. It was the first time in my professional career to get three, so obviously, it's a really cool moment, and hope to do it again."

Diamondbacks and Padres hitters combined to hit nine home runs on the night, the most ever at Petco Park since it opened in 2004.

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In an upcoming offseason that may involve some changes in Flushing, the New York Mets expect veteran manager Terry Collins to retire, according to a report from Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News.

The 68-year-old Collins is on an expiring contract this season after spending seven years with the Mets and leading them to the postseason in 2015 and 2016.

According to Ackert, general manager Sandy Alderson - whose contract also expires but is very likely to return - and the rest of the organization would prefer a more technologically savvy manager if Collins is indeed replaced. Mike Matheny - currently employed by the St. Louis Cardinals - or someone like him, was cited as a potential replacement.

While the Mets may expect Collins to retire, the skipper has remained non-committal about his future plans, wishing to leave his options open.

Aside from the Mets, Collins has spent three-year stints with each of the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Angels, and owns a .495 win percentage throughout his 13-year managerial career.

Of note, while Alderson may be considering a manager with more analytical acumen, Matheny is roundly regarded as a "player's manager" who's beholden to saves and bunting - two hallmarks of sabermetric opposition. Ackert also considers Dodgers bench coach Bob Geren and former Mets third-base coach Chip Hale among potential candidates.

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The Cincinnati Reds announced Thursday the club will extend the safety netting at Great American Ball Park from home plate to the ends of each dugout along the lines behind first and third base.

Cincinnati is also replacing the current netting behind home plate.

The announcement by the Reds comes a day after a child was struck by a foul ball off the bat of Yankees infielder Todd Frazier in New York. Play was suspended for several minutes while the young fan received medical treatment, and members of both the Yankees and Minnesota Twins called for expanded netting postgame to shield the fans sitting in those sections.


On Thursday, the two-year-old child's father revealed that his daughter was "doing all right" after the incident.

The Reds plan to have the new netting installed for Opening Day in 2018, when they host the Washington Nationals.

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As several MLB teams move forward with plans to install protective netting in their stadiums, New York City politicians are putting added pressure on the Yankees, urging the organization to do the same following Wednesday's incident in which a 2-year-old was struck by a foul ball.

"This is a terrible tragedy, we're going to take a hard look at whether teams should extend this netting further to protect fans," New York City mayor's spokesman Seth Stein told Christian Red and Peter Botte from the New York Daily News.

NYC councilman Rafael Espinal Jr. has been particularly vocal in regard to protective netting at Yankee Stadium. Espinal introduced a bill in May that would force stadiums of 5,000 or more seats to have netting from home plate covering both sides of the outfield.

"I would never have wanted to see something like what happened yesterday ever happen. I think it could have been avoidable, if only netting had been put in place before yesterday's game," Espinal said.

"But this is the reality and I hope this is a moment where the Yankees do some reflecting and finally move forward with putting it in to protect their fans. Coincidentally I decided a few days ago to move forward with holding a hearing on my bill (scheduled for Oct. 25)."

"... My hope was that the teams would take this issue upon themselves without needing any legislative action. But it’s becoming more obvious that we need to move forward and the government has to step in and be expedient on this issue."

The Cincinnati Reds, San Diego Padres, and Seattle Mariners have already announced they will extend netting at their stadiums by Opening Day 2018.

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) It hasn't been easy of late, but the Los Angeles Dodgers are on the brink of taking their fifth straight NL West title.

Pinch-hitter Andre Ethier and Curtis Granderson homered as the Dodgers clinched a tie for the crown, ending a four-game losing streak by beating the Philadelphia Phillies 5-4 Thursday.

The Dodgers can win the division Friday night with either a victory at home over San Francisco or a loss by second-place Arizona to Miami.

Los Angeles avoided a four-game sweep by the last-place Phillies, winning for just the sixth time in 26 games.

''It was situational things that helped us today,'' Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. ''We scratched one across. The homer by (Ethier) and Granderson were huge for us.''

Not all the news was good for the Dodgers.

Third baseman Justin Turner sustained a bruised right thumb when he was hit by a pitch from Mark Leiter Jr. in the first and soon exited the game.

X-rays were negative and he was listed as day-to-day. Turner is hitting a team-leading .321 with 21 homers and 70 RBIs.

''Any time you get hit in the hand, it's scary,'' Turner said. ''The fact that I was able to stay in was a good sign. But we needed to get the X-rays anyway, just to make sure.''

Ethier, who has missed most of the season with a back problem, tied it with a home run in the seventh off reliever Ricardo Pinto (1-2) that made it 4-all. It was Ethier's sixth career pinch hit homer.

''I'm just trying to be a baseball player,'' Ethier said. ''It has been tough the last two years, injury-wise. I think the one thing that has helped me over the last two years is having a lot of spring training and a lot of preparation with offseason and coming back after years. I'm taking the same frame of mind after the last two injuries to come back the same way in September.''

Chris Taylor followed with a triple and scored the go-ahead run on a grounder by Austin Barnes.

Rookie Walker Buehler (1-0) pitched a hitless inning to win his first major league decision. Kenley Jansen got four outs for his 39th save.

Phillies rookie Rhys Hoskins hit a two-run double and Nick Williams homered.

Granderson hit his 25th homer of the season in the sixth. He's connected six times since being traded from the Mets to the Dodgers.

Williams had a two-run homer, his 11th, in the third. Hoskins doubled in the fifth to give the Phillies a 4-2 lead.

''We played them very tough,'' Phillies manager Pete Mackanin said. ''I know they had to be a little nervous because they were coming in here probably thinking they were going to beat up on us. Our guys played hard, they've played hard all year. On a given day, you can beat anybody.''

MAEDA TO THE BULLPEN

After the game, Roberts announced that RHP Kenta Maeda made his final start of the season. Maeda, who threw three innings and 60 pitches on Thursday, will move into his role in the Dodger bullpen to get ready for his postseason responsibilities. ''From here forward, we see him as a weapon in the bullpen,'' Roberts said. ''He's done it in the past and has really thrived.''

TRAINER'S ROOM

Dodgers: SS Corey Seager sat out after bruising his lower right leg on a foul ball Wednesday night. He's expected to miss a few games, Roberts said.

UP NEXT

Dodgers: LHP Rich Hill (10-8, 3.60) starts at Dodger Stadium against the Giants. He allowed one run on one hit in five innings last Saturday in a 3-2 win over Washington. The Giants will pitch RHP Jeff Samardzija (9-14, 4.42).

Phillies: RHP Ben Lively (3-6, 3.94) begins Philadelphia's final road series of the season in Atlanta. Lively had a no-decision during a rain-shortened three-inning outing on Saturday night in a 5-3 win over Oakland. He will be opposed by Atlanta LHP Sean Newcomb (3-8, 4.32).

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) It's time for the 2017 Cleveland Indians to be introduced to the one and only 1884 Providence Grays.

They share some unlikely history, the two teams, which played a mere 133 years apart, are the only two clubs to have ever won 27 out of 28 games.

The Indians joined the Grays on Thursday when Francisco Lindor's three-run homer led Cleveland to a 4-1 victory and three-game sweep of the Los Angeles Angels.

The Grays ended up winning 28 of 29, leaving the Indians one game shy of matching the record.

''We want to keep it going,'' Cleveland reliever Dan Otero said. ''I mean, it's crazy. That stuff doesn't happen in baseball.''

It may have looked a little too familiar to the Angels, who lost to the Indians for the 11th consecutive time.

''They're good, but any team can be beaten if you're doing the things you need to do,'' Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. ''We didn't do it consistently enough.''

It was a damaging series for the Angels, who have lost four of their last five overall in a struggling effort to overtake the Minnesota Twins for the final AL wild-card berth.

After hitting a two-run homer Wednesday night, Lindor came back with a game-winning, three-run homer in the fifth Thursday off Parker Bridwell (8-3) to break up a 1-1 game. It was his 32nd home run.

The Indians started right-hander Danny Salazar, largely in an effort to see if he can be a viable postseason reliever. He went 2 2/3 innings, allowing the one run, two hits and three walks.

Five Cleveland relievers did not allow a run. The victory went to Zack McAllister (2-2) who threw 1 1/3 innings. Tyler Olson worked a scoreless ninth for his first career save.

''That's what we're built around - the pitching staff,'' Lindor said. ''They've been carrying us the whole year. It's fun whenever they all get a chance in the game. I'm glad I'm on this team.''

The Angels took their only lead against the Indians this season in the first when Mike Trout walked and scored on a double by Albert Pujols.

Edwin Encarnacion hit his 37th home run to lead off the second and tie it.

BEST RECORD

The victory left the Indians 96-57, still one game behind the Dodgers for the best overall record and home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

''We just focus on what we have in front of our feet,'' Lindor said. ''We really don't pay attention to any other teams.''

TOUGH HITS

Lindor's home run was drilled into the trees beyond the center field wall, but the two hits that preceded it barely fell.

Yan Gomes led off the fifth with a high pop-up that fell between three defenders and nicked off the glove of right fielder Kole Calhoun.

''There were a lot of things involved,'' Scioscia said. ''There was wind, there was sun. It was kind of in the Bermuda Triangle.''

Giovanny Urshela followed with a hit that just went off the glove of leaping shortstop Andrelton Simmons.

''He gave everything he had to catch that ball,'' Scioscia said. ''It had a little rise to it and just ticked off the end of his glove.''

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