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Flanked by two red-clad Mounties and soaking in the cheers, Roberto Alomar made his way onto the field Sunday as his No. 12 was retired by the Toronto Blue Jays.
John Farrell took over the Toronto Blue Jays with zero experience as a manager anywhere in the major or minor leagues. That has its upside, he said.
Capsules of American League teams, listed in order of finish last year:
Joe Torre's biggest concern about expanding the playoffs is making certain division winners get rewarded for first-place finishes.
Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos had interviewed 18 candidates for the manager's job and still couldn't make up his mind.
The Toronto Blue Jays appear set to hire a manager, with Boston Red Sox pitching coach John Farrell expected to get the job. Farrell has never managed in the majors and would succeed Cito Gaston, who retired after the season.
On his final day managing the Los Angeles Dodgers, Joe Torre went old school.
Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston was ejected from the penultimate home game of his managerial career Tuesday for arguing with plate umpire Mark Carlson.
Their season series over, the Blue Jays and Orioles won't face each other again until next year. Angry Toronto pitcher Shaun Marcum is already circling the date on his calendar.
On a day of milestone hits, Jose Bautista's big shot won the game.
From the Bronx to Chavez Ravine, from Lake Michigan north to Toronto, managers across the majors could be on the move this winter.
Rookie Jake Arrieta allowed four hits over six shutout innings, Nick Markakis and Adam Jones homered, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Toronto Blue Jays 11-3 on Tuesday night to win a fourth straight series for the first time since 2004.
Blue Jays rookie catcher J.P. Arencibia hit a two-run homer on the first pitch of his major league career Saturday, hitting a two-run shot to left off Tampa Bay right-hander James Shields.
Yunel Escobar says he was misunderstood in Atlanta, and Toronto Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston intends to provide his newly acquired shortstop a clean slate in a different city.
George Washington was one of America's greatest citizens, but today he will be bestowed with arguably his most prestigious honor: immortality via bobblehead.
"Robbie's the greatest second baseman to ever play this game," Gaston said on stage. "We'd like to thank you Robbie, for all that you've done for us."
"Not too many players like coaches or managers anymore. They don't trust them. I would like to think I'm the most fair manager that they're ever going to be around," he said.