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2020 Schedule
0-0, 1st in AL East
Top 10 Routine Plays: Celebrating the normal (4:25)
14h
Could a 32-game schedule be MLB's best solution? (3:13)
3d
Snell reveals which batters he hates to face (1:56)
6d
Snell contemplates ways to play baseball while social distancing (1:35)
6d
Could MLB implement an NCAA-like tournament this season? (1:33)
6d
Which MLB teams have the best and worst farm systems? (0:51)
7d
EPA/TANNEN MAURY
9dDavid Schoenfield

Imagining a Team USA baseball dream team

Marcus Stroman is recruiting a star-studded United States group for the 2021 World Baseball Classic, so we picked a roster using a few rules of our own -- and this squad is stacked.

Teixeira details why players are frustrated with MLB (1:43)
15d
18d

BBTN: King Felix in Atlanta, Gerrit Cole looks like Gerrit Cole and how Barry Bonds blew it

The Braves are taking a flyer on Felix Hernandez, while Gerrit Cole is looking like Gerrit Cole. Buster talks to David Schoenfield about all of that (3:29), plus, the Rays' experimenting with a four-man outfield, Blake Snell returning, the impact of coronavirus on baseball coverage and Barry Bonds' comments on MLB giving him a "death sentence." Later, Todd Radom hops on to discuss Nationals Park for to deliver the weekly quiz (25:26).

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Following a conference call with all 30 Clubs regarding the recent coronavirus cases around the world, MLB issued the following statement regarding limiting media access immediately:

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Rough outing for 2018 Cy Young winner Blake Snell in his second spring outing -- and first after getting a cortisone shot in his elbow in late February. He walked four batters in the first inning while getting just one out, throwing 6 of 22 pitches for strikes, although hitting 96-98 mph. He told me Sunday that he feels great and at least the velocity was fine in this start, but he's obviously behind the curve now in getting ready for the start of the season.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Tyler Glasnow was basically a two-pitch pitcher in 2019, throwing his four-seamer 67.2% of the time, his curveball 29.3% and his changeup just 3.5%. He's working on the changeup this spring to give him a third weapon as well as a new splitter, although he says the splitter isn't yet game ready. After posting a 1.78 ERA last year in 12 starts, imagine what he might do with a strong third pitch.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Rays just turned a triple play against the Braves. Wander Franco, playing shortstop, made a diving grab on the right side of second base with runners at first and second, threw to first for the second out and then they went back to second base for the third out. Now let's see if the kid can hit.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Rays are experimenting with some 4-man outfields today against the Braves. Against Ozzie Albies with two outs and a runner on first, they have four outfielders AND a shift, so the left side is entirely open. Albies pulled back on a first-pitch bunt and eventually struck out against Joe Ryan.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.652nd
Quality Starts53Tied-15th
WHIP1.177th
BAA.2304th
Runs769Tied-15th
Batting Average.25412th
On Base Percentage.32513th
Slugging Percentage.43115th