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Report: Bartolo Colon joins Dickey on Braves staff

Right-handed pitcher Bartolo Colon has signed a contract with the Atlanta Braves, according Mark Bowman of MLB.com. The deal is pending until the 43-year-old passes a physical.

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Ken Griffey Jr. to be on the cover of MLB The Show 17

Josh Donaldson will be passing the mantle of MLB The Show cover athlete to one of the greatest players of all time.

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Rival Watch: What they’re saying about Blue Jays in Texas

We’ve collected a sample of what the Rangers columnists had to say after the game. Spoiler: they weren’t happy.

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Did Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer slight Canadians after win?

After a 19-inning marathon game on Canada, Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer sent out a mysterious tweet that rubbed some Blue Jays fans the wrong way.

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Blue Jays’ Shapiro: Improving fan experience a priority

Mark Shapiro is hearing fans’ concerns and “absolutely looking to improve the fan experience in every single aspect.”

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Tigers fan catches five foul balls in one game

Most baseball fans can only dream of catching a foul ball. But for Detroit Tigers fan Bill Dugan, that dream became a reality. And then it did again. And again and again and again.

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Report: Encarnacion to be ready for opening day

Edwin Encarnacion appears ready to go for the Toronto Blue Jays on opening day, according to multiple reports from Florida.

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David Ortiz jealous of Josh Donaldson’s MLB The Show 16 cover

Ortiz was on the cover of the first MLB The Show game back in 2006. But it looks like he might be jealous of the Blue Jays MVP.

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MLB The Show 16 to keep Venditte unique

Toronto Blue Jays switch-pitcher Pat Venditte forced Major League Baseball to create a new rule. And now he’s forcing the new MLB The Show video game to do the same.

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Forbes: Blue Jays valued at $900 million ahead of 2016 season

The Toronto Blue Jays are now worth $900 million US according to the latest rankings released by Forbes Wednesday.

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