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Toronto
vs
Boston
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
09/05/2020
7:30pm EST

Lines:
Toronto -1.5
Boston +1.5

Total:
Over 10.5 (-120)
Under 10.5 (+100)

Community Picks: Toronto 0% vs Boston 0%

Toronto and Boston Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Toronto
With Justin Smoak a free agent and Rowdy Tellez is coming off a rookie season that isn't particularly encouraging, it's clear that first base is a major hole for the Toronto Blue Jays. Free agency is a valid route, but so too is the trade market where there are some interesting bats floating around who could be a major upgrade for the Blue Jays' lineup. At 29 he's young enough that it seems unlikely that he's completely lost that power stroke — a quality made all the more enticing by his top-notch plate discipline. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 2:10:pm EST
Toronto
The Houston Astros appear to be descending further into a lengthy PR nightmare, and it looks like they're nowhere close to getting out of it. After The Athletic's discovery this past week of the team stealing signs back in 2017 through a complicated system, Major League Baseball has decided to launch an investigation into the situation, and a current member of the Toronto Blue Jays is involved. Bench coach Dave Hudgens was brought on as part of manager Charlie Montoyo's staff last winter. Continue to Article
November 14, 2019 5:17:pm EST
Boston
Former major league catcher and first baseman Mike Napoli will join the Chicago Cubs' coaching staff, according to multiple reports Thursday. Napoli, who hit 267 home runs over 12 seasons with the Los Angeles, Texas Rangers, Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians, will become the Cubs' quality assurance coach under new manager David Ross, according to The Athletic. Napoli and Ross were teammates with the Boston Red Sox in 2013. Continue to Article
November 14, 2019 2:48:pm EST
Boston
For a dozen seasons, the San Francisco Giants baseball team was manned by skipper Bruce Bochy, whose tenure netted the team's first, second, and third World Series championships since 1954 when the team resided in New York. Bochy announced his retirement from the sport at the dawn of the 2019 season, leaving the Giants looking for a new manager come the winter. Kapler spent 12 seasons as a professional baseball player, playing for six different teams, and being a part of the famous 2004 Boston Red Sox who won the franchise's first World Series since 1918, ending the infamous, "Curse of the Bambino." After he retired in 2011, Kapler bounced around the world of baseball for a few years. Continue to Article
November 13, 2019 10:33:pm EST
Boston
In the National League, Pete Alonso took home the award -- though unlike his American League counterpart, his victory was not unanimous. Braves' hurler Mike Soroka received one first place vote with Alonso claiming the other 29. It's the sixth time that a Mets' player has won the award, joining Tom Seaver (1967), Jon Matlack (1972), Darryl Strawberry (1983), Dwight Gooden (1984) and Jacob deGrom (2014). Continue to Article
November 13, 2019 1:21:am EST
 
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