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Blue Jays granted exemption to train in Toronto
All 30 Major League Baseball teams will train at their regular-season ballparks for the pandemic-shortened season after the Toronto Blue Jays received a Canadian federal government exemption on Thursday to work out at Rogers Centre.[read more]

No. 3 pick Meyer gets $6.7M bonus from Marlins
Pitcher Max Meyer, who had a 2.07 career ERA with 187 strikeouts in 148 innings at the University of Minnesota, got a $6.7 million signing bonus with the Marlins and could potentially crack the starting rotation this season.[read more]

These World Series champs would have missed the playoffs in a 60-game season
Last year's Nationals would have missed out on a title under the format MLB will use this season.[read more]

Here’s who would have won MVP after 60 games in every recent MLB season
Just how often does the best player for the first two months dominate the whole season?[read more]

Current N.Y. rules prohibits fans from stadiums
Current New York guidelines would prohibit fans from attending professional sporting events or even congregating outside stadiums.[read more]

Baseball is back -- and we have the video to prove it
Gerrit Cole throwing BP to Aaron Judge at Yankee Stadium, as well as other ballplayers working out together, is a sight for sore eyes.[read more]

Cubs' Quintana hurt washing dishes, has surgery
Cubs left-hander Jose Quintana needed surgery to repair a thumb laceration he suffered washing dishes.[read more]

Hitting coach Davis will not attend Mets workouts
Mets hitting coach Chili Davis will not attend the team's preseason workouts with training sessions set to begin on Friday.[read more]

Landis' name on MLB plaques will be discussed
The baseball organization that presents the annual MVP awards will consider whether the name of former commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis should be pulled from future plaques.[read more]

Tigers first MLB team to partner with bookmaker
The Tigers became the first MLB team to form a partnership with a bookmaker.[read more]