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4:46 PM ET At least five New York Yankees coaches have tested positive for COVID-19, sources told ESPN’s Marly Rivera on Tuesday. The Yankees announced third-base coach Phil Nevin tested positive, and manager Aaron Boone said several others have yet to be confirmed. Nevin is fully vaccinated and under quarantine protocol in Tampa, where the
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George Springer‘s barely played for the Blue Jays. Blake Snell‘s off to a snail-like start for the Padres. And the number of imaginary rats/raccoons/possums at Citi Field nearly mirrors Francisco Lindor‘s home run total. It’s way too soon to call these offseason moves busts, and it’s way too soon to call the ones that have worked
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3:02 PM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Jacob deGrom will be placed on the injured list by the New York Mets with tightness in his right side, a move that will keep the ace from taking the mound until May 20 at the earliest. The Mets said an MRI on Sunday night was “clean
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The Red Sox have the most wins in the Majors. Martín Pérez doesn’t have any of them, but he probably should. With five innings of one-run ball on Monday, Pérez earned a no-decision in a 4-1 loss to the Orioles at Camden Yards. The loss prevented the Red Sox (22-14) from clinching the four-game sweep,
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Marwin Gonzalez is comfortable with his carousel of defensive assignments, but he joked Monday that it does inspire one inconvenience. “It just affects me during the game if I change [positions] because I have to run super fast to get my glove inside and move,” Gonzalez said. “Other than that, it’s good.” In 29 games
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Welcome to The Monday 9, our weekly lineup of Things You Need to Know in baseball. The MLB season is a marathon, so get caught up each Monday morning right here at Yahoo Sports. (Amber Matsumoto / Yahoo Sports) Leading off: Minor league baseball is back. What does it mean that it was gone? Five
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A 2-1 loss to the Angels in Sunday’s finale at Angel Stadium was a fitting end to the Dodgers’ worst road trip in recent memory. In 10 games against the Brewers, Cubs and Angels, the Dodgers went 2-8. It’s their worst 10-game road trip since Aug. 22-31, 2008, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. It’s
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CHICAGO — Cubs starter Kyle Hendricks stood with his hands on his hips, staring out to center field after throwing his sixth pitch on Sunday afternoon. Adam Frazier had just flicked an outside offering up the middle for a leadoff single. It was just that kind of day for Hendricks. “I felt like I made
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With the Yankees locked in a pitchers’ duel with the Nationals for the second consecutive game, each swing of the bat was more important than the last on Sunday. None, however, mattered more than Giancarlo Stanton’s in the bottom of the ninth. After leadoff walks drawn by Tyler Wade and pinch-hitter Aaron Judge, then a
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