Veteran pitcher Cole Hamels signs one-year deal with Braves for $18 million.
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by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 4 Dec
The award, presented annually by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, is in the hands of a pitcher for the second year in a row after James Paxton claimed the honour in 2018.
by: Stephen Hawkins - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 22 Nov
Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred believes there is “wide support” in Major League Baseball for “firm, serious disciplinary action” if the cheating allegations against the Houston Astros are confirmed by investigators.
by: Andrew Seligman - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 21 Nov
The 31-year-old hit .246 and had career bests with 28 homers and 77 RBIs with the Milwaukee Brewers last season.
by: Stephen Hawkins - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 21 Nov
“If you want to talk about baseball, I’ll talk about baseball,” Crane said. “What else do you want to talk about?”
by: The Associated Press — Toronto Star 20 Nov
Nearly one-quarter of Congress members asked Major League Baseball to reconsider a proposal for a restructuring of the minor leagues after the 2020 season that would drop 42 teams.
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 20 Nov
The top finisher of the eight-team tournament, which takes place in Arizona from March 22-26, will earn a spot in the Tokyo 2020 Games.
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 19 Nov
The Canadian team failed in their first chance to qualify for the 2020 Olympics earlier this month when they finished seventh at Premier 12, and will have two more chances to qualify for the Tokyo Games.
Gregor Chisholm: There should be two Canadians in Cooperstown, but Larry Walker’s time is running out
by: Gregor Chisholm - Baseball Columnist — Toronto Star 19 Nov
Walker is entering his 10th and final year of eligibility, after missing by more than 20 per cent last time. The numbers don’t lie. He deserves a place among the game’s greats, Gregor Chisholm writes.
by: Ciaran Fahey - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 18 Nov
Max Kepler gave up soccer for America’s pastime
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