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2019 Schedule
38-64, 4th in AL East
16m

Clevinger wins 3rd straight, Indians beat Blue Jays 7-3

Mike Clevinger pitched seven innings to win his third straight decision, Oscar Mercado homered and tripled, and the surging Cleveland Indians beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3 on Monday night to improve to 13-3 in July.

Mercado knocks in insurance runs for Indians (0:39)

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Fan safety is a hot subject & 2 MLB teams are debuting extended netting Mon. It's the 12th anniv. of the death of a baseball man concerned about danger in the stands. Longtime minor league player Mike Coolbaugh, who reached the majors & then coached in the minors, always made sure his wife & young children were seated behind netting at his games, his widow Mandy says. Coolbaugh died 7/22/07 at age 35 when a foul liner struck him in the neck as he coached 1B. MLB then mandated helmets for 1B & 3B coaches, despite strong opposition. And Mandy Coolbaugh became an outspoken advocate for measures to protect players and fans, including netting.

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23hBradford Doolittle

Now and always, Cooperstown celebrates baseball at its best

On an induction weekend when the first unanimous star and one of the most unlikely selections officially entered its doors, the Hall of Fame provided a needed reminder of all that is right with the game.

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Brandy Halladay eloquently explains what she meant when she said "Imperfect people can have perfect moments" during the speech she gave on behalf of her late husband, Roy Halladay.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Harold Baines, Roy Halladay, Edgar Martínez, Mike Mussina, Mariano Rivera and Lee Smith were inducted with 53 returning Hall of Famers in Cooperstown on Sunday, bringing the total number of Hall of Famers in town to a record 58 – the most at any location in history.

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1d

Mariano, always 'the last,' closes HOF ceremony

Mariano Rivera and fellow closer Lee Smith, starters Mike Mussina and the late Roy Halladay, and designated hitters Edgar Martinez and Harold Baines were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, with Rivera the last to take the podium.

Roy Halladay's wife makes emotional HOF speech (1:55)
Gurriel ties game in the 9th (0:21)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Addressing the Hall of Famers on stage with her, Brandy Halladay said, "I can't tell you how many hugs I've gotten. Anybody who thinks baseball isn't a family has never been involved in baseball."

4d

Chris Sale snaps Fenway losing streak, beats Blue Jays 5-0

Chris Sale and two relievers combined on a two-hitter, and the Boston Red Sox left-hander struck out 12 in six innings Thursday for his first regular-season win at Fenway Park in more than a year with a 5-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.

5d

Devers hits solo shot, drives in 4; Red Sox beat Jays 5-4

Rafael Devers hit a solo homer and drove in four runs, Eduardo Rodriguez pitched effectively into the seventh inning and the Boston Red Sox sent Toronto's Aaron Sanchez to his 13th straight loss, beating the Blue Jays 5-4 on Wednesday night.

Passan: 'The market right now is pretty stagnant' (1:04)
6d

BBTN: Unwritten Rules, Joel Sherman, Power 10

Before speaking with Alex Rodriguez about his time spent playing with Edgar Martinez (46:07), Buster talks to Joel Sherman of the NY Post about the Angels/Astros scuffle and which teams should make aggressive pushes at the trade deadline (16:17). Plus, Hembo tells Buster why Bryce Harper isn't a bust (39:45) and Buster and Troy disagree on the Power 10 (58:51).

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.88
Quality Starts0
WHIP1.46
BAA.266
Runs444
Batting Average.233
On Base Percentage.301
Slugging Percentage.409