One of the top outfielders in Blue Jays history, Jose Bautista hasn’t suited up for a major league baseball team since 2018; but that doesn’t mean he is ready to hang up his cleats just yet. With the Summer Olympics just a few months away, baseball is making a return...
Olympic baseball rosters: José Bautista, Melky Cabrera playing for Dominican; Juan Gonzalez managing P.R.
The qualifying games for Olympic baseball are scheduled to take place next week (May 31-June 5) in Florida, meaning countries are in the process of finalizing and announcing their rosters. (The United States did as much on Sunday.) On Wednesday, Baseball America published the squads from Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Colombia,...
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There could potentially be some Blue Jays fan-favorites playing in the Olympics this summer. Former Jays outfielder Jose Bautista will represent the Dominican Republic in the upcoming Olympic Qualifying Tournament on May 31. One of the best hitters to ever don the blue and white, Bautista needs no introduction to...
Once the standard-bearer for bat flips, Jose Bautista is certainly enjoying the current brand of Major League Baseball. "The game has changed in a lot of ways, but one of the best ways is how celebrations are not so taboo and people are allowed to enjoy them," he told Brittany Ghiroli of The Athletic.
To Yankees fans, Rougned Odor’s not just the man who punched Jose Bautista in the face anymore. Now, he’s the diminutive spark plug who’s helped light a fire under the Bronx Bombers with his home run prowess and signature bat drops. At the time Brian Cashman pulled the trigger on...
The Rangers remembered one of Rougned Odor's greatest hits on their goodbye graphic. Odor was designated for assignment last week and was traded to the Yankees on Tuesday, April 6, ending a somewhat uneventful career in Texas. "Somewhat" is the operative term, though, because we're coming up on the five-year anniversary of Odor leveling Bautista with the cleanest punch ever thrown in MLB history.
Beef Breakdown: In game six of the 95-96 Western Conference Finals, Claude Lemieux ran Kris Draper into the boards during an Avalanche win that knocked the Red Wings out of the playoffs. It also ignited a rivalry that would go on until 2003. In that span, the teams combined for 5 Stanley Cups, 2 major brawls, countless other fights, and so many penalties. Highlights include multiple goalie vs. goalie fights, coaches screaming at coaches, blood, hits, revenge, and really good hockey.
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