Jose Bautista's MLB career may not be over just yet. According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, the Mets have shown interest in the 37-year-old former Toronto Blue Jay, who was released by the Atlanta Braves after just 40 underwhelming plate appearances
by: Jonah Birenbaum — The Score 21 May
It started, of all places, in Baltimore. A decade-and-a-half later, Jose Bautista’s wild, wondrous career ended, in all likelihood, on a gray morning in Atlanta, a world away from his adoptive home, not with any grand ceremony but instead with hushed...
by: Nihal Kolur May 20, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 21 May
What a comeback by the NL East leaders.
by: N/A — Atlanta Journal-Constitution 21 May
Braves quotes after Sunday’s thrilling 10-9 comeback win against the Marlins that featured a s...
by: Bill Baer — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 20 May
Phillies outfielder Odubel Herrera went 0-for-4 against the Cardinals on Sunday, ending his on-base streak at 45 consecutive games.
by: FOX Sports — Fox Sports 20 May
Marlins manager Don Mattingly talks about the tough loss to the Atlanta Braves.
by: Ejay.Zarett@performgroup.com (E.Jay Zarett) — Sporting News 20 May
Dansby Swanson delivered a two-run, walk-off single Sunday to complete Atlanta's comeback.
by: Steve Gardner — USA Today 20 May
Jordan Hicks ties Aroldis Chapman as the only pitchers to hit 105 mph. Hicks also ended the on-base streak for the Phillies' Odubel Herrera at 45.
by: Matt Clapp — The Comeback 20 May
It appeared the Miami Marlins were actually going to get a rare win on Sunday, when they took a 9-4 lead into the ninth at Atlanta. The bottom of the ninth began with Dansby Swanson striking out, and ended with Dansby Swanson hitting a walk-off single....
by: The Associated Press — National Post 20 May
'We agreed, for him, if there wasn't going to be at-bats and there wasn't going to be playing time, that it was not right for him'
by: Doug Harrison — CBC Sports 20 May
The Atlanta Braves on Sunday released former Blue Jays outfielder/third baseman Jose Bautista, one month after signing the former slugger to a minor league contract. The 37-year-old hit .143 with two home runs in 12 games with the Braves.
by: Scooby Axson May 20, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 20 May
Jose Bautista has been released by the Atlanta Braves