Indians' Bats Silenced By Buehrle, Blue Jays Win 5-0Despite a Sun-splashed but chilly Saturday afternoon at Progressive Field, the Sun did not shine on the Cleveland Indians' bats. The Blue Jays shut out the Tribe 5-0, Cleveland's second straight loss to Toronto and third straight overall.
Like The Indians, Jays Have High Hopes In 2013Toronto fans are anticipating a fun season, as the retooled Blue Jays seek to return to the playoffs for the first time since winning back-to-back World Series titles in 1992 and 1993.
Selig Reviewing Pending Marlins-Blue Jays DealBud Selig said Thursday he is examining the pending blockbuster trade that sends at least three of Miami's best players to Toronto for a package of prospects just seven months after the Marlins moved into their new home, which was financed primarily with tax money.
Selig's Review Of The Miami Marlins' New Ballpark: 'Wow'The Miami Marlins new retractable roof ballpark received rave reviews Wednesday night.
2011 MLB Winter Meetings: Marlins Reportedly Out Of Pujols RaceThe one player that seems to be holding up all the other deals at the 2011 MLB Winter Meetings appears to be staying put
2011 MLB Winter Meetings: Race To Land Pitcher Buehrle Down To Five It sounds more and more like the pursuit to land free agent pitcher Mark Buehrle is coming down to the wire, as reports are five teams remain in the race to land him
2011 MLB Winter Meetings: Buehrle An Affordable Option For Teams Needing PitchingGood starting pitching is held in the highest regard at the Major League level, and it's a big reason why 32-year-old thrower Mark Buehrle is a wanted man in Dallas this week
2011 MLB Winter Meetings: Detroit Looking To Add To Build On A Successful 2011 Last season the Cleveland Indians were looking up in the standings at just one team, the Detroit Tigers. The Motor City Kitties ended up 15 games better than the Indians, but they did fall short of their World Series goal, as they fell to the Texas Rangers in the ALCS
Reyes, Marlins Agree To $106M Deal Jose Reyes and the Miami Marlins provided quite a warmup for the winter meetings. A day before the annual swap session officially began, the NL batting champion and the Marlins reached agreement on a $106 million, six-year deal, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press
The 2011 MLB Winter Meetings - What To Expect In Dallas Next Week
Chicago Plays Home Run Derby With Durbin; Top Tribe 8-4Being a relief pitcher in the Majors is a thankless job sometimes. Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.