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Boston’s Kimbrel, Colorado’s Holland voted AL, NL Reliever of the Month for May

Craig Kimbrel being congratulated 2016 By Keith Allison on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

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Boston Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel has been voted American League Reliever of the Month presented by The Hartford for May, and Colorado Rockies closer Greg Holland has been voted National League Reliever of the Month presented by The Hartford for the second consecutive month.

The American League Reliever of the Month presented by The Hartford, Craig Kimbrel, and the National League Reliever of the Month presented by the Hartford, Greg Holland, will each receive a specially designed plaque, suitably engraved, for their accomplishments. This is the inaugural season of the Reliever of the Month Awards presented by The Hartford. The Hartford, the Official Business Insurance & Employee Benefits Sponsor of MLB, has presented baseball’s annual Relievers of the Year Awards since 2015. The 2017 Relievers of the Year presented by The Hartford will again be presented during the World Series.

Kimbrel pitched in 12 games during May for the Red Sox, converting each of his seven save opportunities and striking out 25 opposing batters. Craig allowed just one walk, did not surrender a home run and finished the month without allowing an earned run over 12.2 innings of work to claim his fourth career monthly award, having won Delivery Man of the Month in August 2011, September 2012 and August 2013. Entering play today, opposing hitters have not recorded a hit in their last 31 plate appearances against Kimbrel, logging one walk and 18 strikeouts. This is Craig’s longest hitless stretch of his career, eclipsing his previous mark of 28 at-bats from May 11 – June 6, 2012.

The 29-year-old closer last surrendered a hit to Jonathan Villar of the Milwaukee Brewers on May 11th. In total, the Huntsville, Alabama native has retired 62 of his last 67 batters faced, including 42 of his last 45 opponents. Right-handed batters are 0-for-45 with three walks when facing the five-time All-Star this season, and 0-for- 48 (five walks), dating back to 2016. On May 25th against the Texas Rangers at Fenway Park, the 2011 NL Rookie of the Year (Atlanta) recorded four strikeouts in the ninth inning, matching the Major League single-season record. Kimbrel also accomplished the feat while playing for Atlanta on September 26, 2012, and joined A.J. Burnett, Zack Greinke and Chuck Finley as the only pitchers in MLB history to strike out four-or-more batters in an inning on more than one occasion, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. In addition, the third round selection in the 2008 MLB Draft joined Tim Wakefield as the only two Boston hurlers to accomplish the feat in Red Sox lore.

Following his dominant month on the mound, Kimbrel paces the Majors in strikeouts-per-nine innings (16.88), WHIP (0.38) and opponents’ batting average (.076). Closer Alex Colomé (1-0, 1.26 ERA, 10 SV, 15 SO) of the Tampa Bay Rays had an excellent month as well. With his 15th save of the season on Wednesday, the 2016 AL All-Star matched teammate Brad Boxberger’s club record (10) for saves in the month of May. Others receiving votes for AL Reliever of the Month included Andrew Miller (2-0, 0.61 ERA, 14.2 IP, 21 SO) of the Cleveland Indians; Roberto Osuna (1-0, 1.42 ERA, 8 SV, 17 SO) of the Toronto Blue Jays; Dellin Betances (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 5 SV, 18 SO) of the New York Yankees; Ken Giles (1-0, 1.80 ERA, 8 SV) of the Houston Astros; Matt Bush (1-0, 0.82 ERA, 5 SV, 11.0 IP) of the Texas Rangers; and David Holmberg (0.87 ERA, 10.1 IP, 6 SO) of the Chicago White Sox.

Holland was perfect in save opportunities, converting each of his eight opportunities in nine games over 7.2 innings pitched en route to claiming his second consecutive NL Reliever of the Month Award. This is Greg’s fourth career monthly honor, having also won Delivery Man of the Month in July and September of the 2013 season. Holland, who won the 2014 Mariano Rivera AL Reliever of the Year Award, posted a 1.17 ERA with 15 strikeouts and just one free pass. With his final save during his award-winning month on May 21st, the Major League saves leader converted his 19th opportunity of the 2017 campaign, establishing a franchise record for consecutive converted saves to begin a season. Holland extended that streak to 20 saves in 20 opportunities last night in his first game in June.

The two-time AL All-Star recorded a strikeout in eight-of-nine contests, while recording multiple punchouts on six occasions. Holland, who missed the 2016 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery, posted a scoreless streak of 12 games and 10.2 innings from April 21st – May 21st. During his excellent stretch, the right-hander registered 11 saves and a 17:2 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Helped in large part by their trustworthy closer, the Rockies are currently tied with the Arizona Diamondbacks for the top spot in the NL West with a mark of 34-22 (.607). Closer Corey Knebel (0.71 ERA, 3 SV, 12.2 IP, 27 SO) of the Milwaukee Brewers was also dominant last month. The 25-year-old has recorded at least one strikeout in each of his 27 appearances this season, which is the third-longest streak for a reliever to begin a season in the Modern Era, according to Elias. Aroldis Chapman owns the top two streaks, posting runs of 37 games (May 11 – August 13, 2014) and 29 games (April 5 – June 16, 2012). Entering play today, Knebel ranks second in the Majors, and first in the NL, with 46 strikeouts among relievers, trailing only Chris Devenski of the Astros (47).

Others receiving votes for NL Reliever of the Month included Raisel Iglesias (12.0 IP, 0.00 ERA, 5 SV, 14 SO) of the Cincinnati Reds; Josh Fields (2-0, 0.63 ERA, 14.1 IP, 14 SO) and Kenley Jansen (1-0, 0.87 ERA, 18 SO) of the Los Angeles Dodgers; Matt Albers (1-0, 2.31 ERA, 2 SV, 11.2 IP) of the Washington Nationals; Brad Hand (17.2 IP, 2.55 ERA, 24 SO) of the San Diego Padres; Fernando Rodney (9.2 IP, 0.00 ERA, 7 SV, 9.2 IP) of the D-backs; Paul Sewald (1.42 ERA, 19.0 IP, 24 SO) of the New York Mets; David Phelps (0.00 ERA, 11.2 IP, 14 SO) of the Miami Marlins; and Arodys Vizcaíno (1-1, 0.73 ERA, 12.1 IP, 14 SO) of the Atlanta Braves.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY MLB MEDIA RELATIONS; COURTESY MLBpressbox.com

 

Latest NL All-Star balloting update shows Nationals’ Zimmerman overtaking Cubs’ Rizzo at 1B

Ryan Zimmerman of the Washington Nationals has overtaken the top spot at first base, surpassing Anthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs in the latest National League balloting update for the 2017 MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, it was announced earlier today on MLB Network. The next balloting update for the American League will be announced tomorrow. The 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, which is available exclusively online via MLB.com, Club sites and mobile devices, will be accessible until the voting period ends on Thursday, June 29th at 11:59 p.m. (ET).

Zimmerman, who trailed the position by nearly 94,000 votes last week, has a total of 670,671 votes, while Rizzo has accumulated 657,702 votes. Zimmerman is aiming for his second career All-Star selection (2009) and first starting assignment. Entering play today, the 32-year-old leads the Majors with a .374 batting average to go along with 16 home runs and 48 RBI. Rizzo is bidding for his fourth career All-Star selection (2014-16) and second straight fan-elected start. The last Cubs infielder to earn a starting nod from the fans in consecutive seasons was Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg, who claimed eight straight starts at second base from 1986-93.

On the left side of the infield, a close three-way race has emerged at shortstop between leader Corey Seager of the Dodgers (604,783), Zack Cozart of the Cincinnati Reds (547,750) and 2016 All-Star starter Addison Russell of the Cubs (537,688). Seager leads NL shortstops with 39 runs scored and 36 walks, while Cozart paces the position with nine home runs, five triples and a .344 batting average. Seager and Russell are each vying for their second All-Star selection (2016), while Cozart is aiming for his first Midsummer Classic appearance.

The remaining NL leaders include: second baseman Daniel Murphy of the Nationals (1,149,130); third baseman Kris Bryant of the Cubs (895,752); catcher Buster Posey of the San Francisco Giants (917,359); and outfielders Bryce Harper of the Nationals (1,459,235), Charlie Blackmon of the Colorado Rockies (979,961) and Jason Heyward of the Cubs (498,079). Murphy continues to rank second overall in the NL behind his teammate Harper, and is trailed at second base by Javier Báez of the Cubs (715,928). Colorado’s Nolan Arenado (613,571) follows Bryant at third base, and Cubs backstop Willson Contreras (511,029) remains second behind Posey. Heyward, who is fighting off fierce competition for the third outfield spot, is trailed by his Cubs teammate Ben Zobrist (472,114), Atlanta’s Matt Kemp (457,586) and Kyle Schwarber of the Cubs (423,394). Giancarlo Stanton (398,569) and Marcell Ozuna (392,973) of the host Miami Marlins are also close behind in the competitive race.

The Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, the largest program of its kind in professional sports, is being conducted exclusively online for the third consecutive season. Fans around the world can cast their votes for starters a total of 35 times with the 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, including a maximum of five valid ballots cast in any 24-hour period. The 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot is available in English and Spanish, and offers audio CAPTCHA functionality for visually impaired fans. Banco BHD León once again sponsors online All-Star balloting in the Dominican Republic, making Spanish-language ballots available to fans in the Dominican Republic via LasMayores.com, the official Spanish-language Web site of Major League Baseball.

Details regarding the unveiling of the 2017 American League and National League All-Star Teams will be available in the coming weeks. The AL All-Star Team will have nine elected starters via the fan balloting program, while the NL All-Star Team will have eight fan-elected starters. The pitchers and reserves for both squads – totaling 23 for the NL and 22 for the AL – will be determined through a combination of “Player Ballot” choices and selections made by the Commissioner’s Office.

Following the announcement of the American League and National League All-Star rosters, fans will begin voting to select the final player for each League’s 32-man roster via the 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote. Fans will cast their votes from a list of five players from each League over the balloting period. Now in its 16th season with over 680 million votes cast, fans again will be able to make their Final Vote selections on MLB.com, Club sites and their mobile devices.

This year’s final phase of All-Star Game voting again will have fans participating in the official voting for the Ted Williams All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevrolet. During the Midsummer Classic, fans can vote exclusively at MLB.com and the 30 Club sites – online or via their mobile devices – with the 2017 All-Star Game MLB.com MVP Vote, and their collective voice will represent 20 percent of the official vote determining this year’s recipient of the Arch Ward Trophy.

MLB All-Star Week includes the MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard at Marlins Park (July 11th), Gatorade All-Star Workout Day featuring the T-Mobile Home Run Derby (July 10th), All-Star Sunday featuring the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game and All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game (July 9th), All-Star FanFest at the Miami Beach Convention Center (July 7th-11th), plus a lineup of additional events taking place around the city. The 88th Midsummer Classic will be televised nationally by FOX Sports; in Canada by Rogers Sportsnet and RDS; and worldwide by partners in more than 180 countries. FOX Deportes will provide Spanish language coverage in the United States, while ESPN Radio and ESPN Radio Deportes will provide exclusive national radio coverage of the All-Star Game. MLB Network, MLB.com and Sirius XM also will provide comprehensive All-Star Week coverage. For more information about MLB All-Star Week and to purchase tickets, please visit AllStarGame.com and follow @AllStarGame on social media.

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY MLB MEDIA RELATIONS; COURTESY MLBpressbox.com

 

Astros’ George Springer named AL Player of the Week

George Springer running bases 2016 By Keith Allison on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Houston Astros outfielder George Springer has been named the American League Player of the Week for the period ending June 4th.

In recognition of his American League Player of the Week Award, George Springer will be awarded a watch courtesy of Rockwell.

Springer batted .500 (15-for-30) with 11 runs scored, a double, five home runs and nine RBI over six games to earn his first career AL Player of the Week Award, and the first for an Astros position player since his teammate Carlos Correa took home weekly honors on August 14, 2016. George paced the Majors in hits, runs scored, total bases (31) and slugging percentage (1.033). Among his AL counterparts, the 27-year-old finished the period tied for second in extra-base hits (6); tied for third in batting average; seventh in on-base percentage; and tied for seventh in RBI.

In Wednesday night’s away tilt against the Minnesota Twins, Springer went 4-for-4 with four runs scored, a pair of solo home runs and two walks. It was the slugging outfielder’s fifth multi-homer game of his career, and second of the season (also May 14th at NY Yankees). In addition, Springer matched a franchise record by safely reaching base in six plate appearances, joining J.R. Towles and Cody Ransom, who both accomplished the feat on September 20, 2007 against the St. Louis Cardinals. In George’s final game during his award-winning week, the 11th overall selection of the 2011 MLB Draft (by Houston) tallied three hits, including a pair of homers. The multi-hit output was his sixth in a row, and the dynamic outfielder matched Seattle’s Jean Segura (May 3rd-9th), Washington’s Ryan Zimmerman (April 26th-May 3rd) and Jose Abreu (April 23rd-30th) of the White Sox for the longest multi-hit streak in the Majors this season. Entering play today, the New Britain, Connecticut native is in the midst of a nine-game hitting streak, dating back to May 26th. During his torrid stretch, Springer slashed .476/.511/.1.000 with 14 runs scored, a double, seven home runs and 13 RBI. Led by Springer’s hot bat, the Astros have won each of their last 10 contests and own the best record in Baseball at 41-16.

On Saturday, first baseman Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels became the ninth player in MLB history to reach the 600-home run plateau. At 37 years, 138 days, the 10-time All-Star became the fourth-youngest to join the elite group. Entering play today, Pujols is 141 RBI away from the 2,000 RBI milestone and 125 hits away from the 3,000-hit club. Other noteworthy performances included George’s teammate and May’s AL Player of the Month presented by Budweiser Carlos Correa (.393, 8 R, 4 HR, 12 RBI); Elvis Andrus (.520, 7 R, 5 XBH, 10 RBI) of the Texas Rangers; Ariel Miranda (2-0, 1.93 ERA, 1 CG, 10 SO) and Mike Zunino (.478, 4 2B, 11 RBI) of the Seattle Mariners;  J.D. Martinez (6 R, 7 XBH, 8 RBI) of the Detroit Tigers; Whit Merrfield (.500, 5 XBH, 5 RBI, .900 SLG) of the Kansas City Royals; and Yonder Alonso (.417, 8 R, 3 HR, .875 SLG) of the Oakland Athletics.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY MLB MEDIA RELATIONS; COURTESY MLBpressbox.com

 

Marlins’ pitcher Edinson Volquez named NL Player of the Week

Edinson Vólquez (courtesy MLBpressbox.com)

Following the first no-hitter of the 2017 regular season, Miami Marlins starting pitcher Edinson Volquez has been named the National League Player of the Week for the period ending June 4th.

Edinson’s teammate, first baseman Justin Bour (.417, 10 H, 3 HR, 7 RBI), provided Miami with offense during his excellent week. The left-handed slugger became just the fourth player in Marlins history to record 11 home runs in a single month this past May, joining his teammate Giancarlo Stanton (12 HR, May 2012 & June 2015), Dan Uggla (12, May 2008) and Gary Sheffield (11, April 2996). On Wednesday, Bour recorded his first multi-homer game of the season to propel the Marlins to a 10-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Other noteworthy performances last week included Zack Cozart (.304, 5 R, 4 HR, 8 RBI) of the Cincinnati Reds; Daniel Murphy (.500, 14 H, 3 2B, 7 RBI), Tanner Roark (2-0, 2.45 ERA, 14.2 IP, 10 SO) and Ryan Zimmerman (.440, 8 R, 3 HR, 9 RBI) of the Washington Nationals; and Robert Gsellman (2-0, 2.19 ERA, 12.1 IP, 11 SO) of the New York Mets.

In recognition of his National League Player of the Week Award, Edinson Volquez will be awarded a watch courtesy of Rockwell.

Volquez compiled a 2-0 record while allowing one run over 15.0 innings pitched to claim his first career Player of the Week Award. Edinson struck out 14 batters and issued four free passes along with just three hits in two dominant starts last week. On Saturday, the 2008 NL All-Star delivered the 150th no-hitter in National League history, and the sixth in franchise history. Since the Marlins became a Major League franchise in 1993, no other club in the Majors has accounted for more no-hitters. This is Miami’s third weekly award this season, following Edinson’s teammates J.T. Realmuto (April 9th) and Marcell Ozuna (April 16th), which represents the most for any single club in the Majors.

In Volquez’s first start of the week last Monday, the right-hander tossed 6.0 innings of one-run ball and allowed just three hits. It was Edinson’s fourth consecutive start posting at least 6.0 innings, his longest run of starts since logging a streak of six such starts from June 29 – July 29, 2016. In his final start of the week on Saturday against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic native registered the first no-hitter of his 13-year career, and the first for the Marlins since Henderson Alvarez on September 29, 2013 against the Detroit Tigers. Jake Arrieta was the last Major League hurler to accomplish the feat, doing so last season on April 21st against the Cincinnati Reds. Needing only 98 pitches to log his impressive no-hitter, Volquez joined David Cone (July 18, 1999) as the only pitchers in the last 30 years to throw no-hitters with 10-or-more strikeouts and fewer than 100 pitches. Additionally, Volquez, who is now pitching at the Major League level with his seventh club, became just the third pitcher since 1974 to conclude his no-hitter with three strikeouts to end the game, joining Arrieta (August 30, 2015 vs. LA Dodgers) and San Francisco’s Chris Heston (June 9, 2015 vs. NY Mets).

 

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AL All-Star Game balloting update has Indians’ Brantley, Twins’ Sano and Astros’ Altuve joining leaders

Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley, Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sanó and Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve have joined the leaders in the latest American League balloting update for the 2017 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, it was announced earlier today on MLB Network. The 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, which is available exclusively online via MLB.com, Club sites and mobile devices, will be accessible until the voting period ends on Thursday, June 29th at 11:59 p.m. (ET).

Brantley, an All-Star in 2014, has accumulated 554,620 to overtake Boston’s Mookie Betts (519,146) for the third AL outfield spot in the league’s closest race. Brantley is bidding for his first fan-elected start, while Betts is aiming for his second consecutive starting nod. The last Indians player to earn a fan-elected starting assignment was outfielder Juan Gonzalez in 2001. After being limited to just 11 games in 2016, Brantley is batting .309 on the season with five home runs, 24 RBI, 10 doubles, 22 runs scored and seven stolen bases. The 30-year-old Brantley is joined in the outfield by rookie Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees (1,251,543) and Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels (1,155,356). Judge, who surpassed Trout this week as the league’s top vote-getter, has a Major League-leading 18 home runs entering play today. The fourth-place Betts is followed by Avisaíl García of the Chicago White Sox (479,349), who moved into fifth place this week ahead of Boston’s rookie standout Andrew Benintendi (416,461).

At third base, Sanó has received 638,952 votes to surpass last week’s leader Manny Machado of the Baltimore Orioles (520,116). Machado now ranks third overall at the hot corner, also falling behind Cleveland’s José Ramírez (541,040). With a fan-elected start, Sanó would become the first Twins third baseman to claim a starting assignment since the first year of fan balloting in 1970, when Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew was voted a starter by the fans. In addition, the 24-year-old native of the Dominican Republic would be the first Twins infielder to earn a fan-elected start since first baseman Justin Morneau in 2010.

Altuve, a fan-elected starter in 2015 and 2016, has totaled 998,107 votes to overtake Starlin Castro of the New York Yankees (778,699) at second base. The four-time All-Star would join Hall of Famer Craig Biggio as the only players in Astros history to earn three straight fan-elected starting assignments. Biggio made four consecutive National League starts at second base from 1995-98. Castro, a three-time NL All-Star at shortstop (2011-12), is bidding for his first career fan-elected start.

The remaining AL leaders include: first baseman Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers (475,826); shortstop Francisco Lindor of the Indians (842,166); catcher Salvador Perez of the Kansas City Royals (692,867); and designated hitter Nelson Cruz of the Seattle Mariners (615,955). Cabrera continues to be challenged closely by Yonder Alonso of the Oakland Athletics (433,570) and Carlos Santana of the Indians (420,336). Lindor is followed at shortstop by Carlos Correa of the Astros (662,124), while Baltimore’s Welington Castillo (543,146) follows Perez behind the plate. Matt Holliday of the Yankees (460,355) has moved ahead of Cleveland’s Edwin Encarnacion (447,275) in pursuit of Cruz at designated hitter. Tampa Bay’s Corey Dickerson (446,121) is also close behind.

With eight Major League Clubs currently represented among the nine leaders, 2017 would mark the first time that eight different AL teams have a starting player elected by the fans since balloting was returned to the fans in 1970.

The Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, the largest program of its kind in professional sports, is being conducted exclusively online for the third consecutive season. Fans around the world can cast their votes for starters a total of 35 times with the 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, including a maximum of five valid ballots cast in any 24-hour period. The 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot is available in English and Spanish, and offers audio CAPTCHA functionality for visually impaired fans. Banco BHD León once again sponsors online All-Star balloting in the Dominican Republic, making Spanish-language ballots available to fans in the Dominican Republic via LasMayores.com, the official Spanish-language Web site of Major League Baseball.

Details regarding the unveiling of the 2017 American League and National League All-Star Teams will be available in the coming weeks. The AL All-Star Team will have nine elected starters via the fan balloting program, while the NL All-Star Team will have eight fan-elected starters. The pitchers and reserves for both squads – totaling 23 for the NL and 22 for the AL – will be determined through a combination of “Player Ballot” choices and selections made by the Commissioner’s Office.

Following the announcement of the American League and National League All-Star rosters, fans will begin voting to select the final player for each League’s 32-man roster via the 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote. Fans will cast their votes from a list of five players from each League over the balloting period. Now in its 16th season with over 680 million votes cast, fans again will be able to make their Final Vote selections on MLB.com, Club sites and their mobile devices.

This year’s final phase of All-Star Game voting again will have fans participating in the official voting for the Ted Williams All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevrolet. During the Midsummer Classic, fans can vote exclusively at MLB.com and the 30 Club sites – online or via their mobile devices – with the 2017 All-Star Game MLB.com MVP Vote, and their collective voice will represent 20 percent of the official vote determining this year’s recipient of the Arch Ward Trophy.

MLB All-Star Week includes the MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard at Marlins Park (July 11th), Gatorade All-Star Workout Day featuring the T-Mobile Home Run Derby (July 10th), All-Star Sunday featuring the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game and All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game (July 9th), All-Star FanFest at the Miami Beach Convention Center (July 7th-11th), plus a lineup of additional events taking place around the city. The 88th Midsummer Classic will be televised nationally by FOX Sports; in Canada by Rogers Sportsnet and RDS; and worldwide by partners in more than 180 countries. FOX Deportes will provide Spanish language coverage in the United States, while ESPN Radio and ESPN Radio Deportes will provide exclusive national radio coverage of the All-Star Game. MLB Network, MLB.com and Sirius XM also will provide comprehensive All-Star Week coverage. For more information about MLB All-Star Week and to purchase tickets, please visit AllStarGame.com and follow @AllStarGame on social media.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY MLB MEDIA RELATIONS; COURTESY MLBpressbox.com

 

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