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2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:24 am

The 2019 Major League Baseball season began on March 20 and is scheduled to end on September 29. It is the 150th anniversary of professional baseball, dating back to the 1869 foundation of the Cincinnati Reds. The postseason will begin on October 1. The World Series is set to begin on October 22 and a potential Game 7 will be played on October 30. The entire schedule was released on August 22, 2018.[1]

The 90th Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be held on July 9 at Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians.

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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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As has been the case since 2013, teams were scheduled to play 19 games against each division opponent for a total of 76 games, and six or seven games against each team from the other two divisions for a total of 66 games. The primary inter-league match-ups are to be AL East vs NL West, AL Central vs NL East and AL West vs NL Central.[2]

The International season began on March 20 and 21 with the Oakland Athletics and the Seattle Mariners playing in Tokyo, Japan, at the Tokyo Dome.[3]

Excluding international openers, March 28 was the earliest Opening Day in history. The previous earliest was March 29 of the 2018 season.[4]

The second annual Mexico Series of games will feature four matchups during the season. The first will feature the St. Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds and two games will be played at Monterrey, Mexico's Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey on April 13 and 14. The other series, also in Monterrey, will feature two games between the Houston Astros and the Los Angeles Angels on May 4 and 5.[5]

The Kansas City Royals will face the Detroit Tigers at TD Ameritrade Park on June 13, two days before the College World Series.[6]

The London Series will commence with the Boston Red Sox hosting the New York Yankees at London Stadium in London, England, on June 29 and 30 making it the first ever regular season series in London under a two-year commitment.[7]

The MLB Little League Classic at BB&T Ballpark in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, coinciding with the Little League World Series, will return to the schedule for the third straight year. It will be played between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Chicago Cubs on August 18.[8]
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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Managerial ChangesShow
General managers
Offseason
Team Former GM Reason For Leaving New GM Story/Accomplishments
New York Mets Sandy Alderson Health Brodie Van Wagenen On June 26, 2018, Alderson took a permanent leave of absence due to recurrence of cancer. He was hired as general manager in 2010 and saw the team win the National League Pennant in 2015.[9] On October 28, 2018, after having three interims finish the rest of the season, the Mets agreed to have former agent Brodie Van Wagenen be their 13th general manager in franchise history.[10]
San Francisco Giants Bobby Evans Fired N/A On September 24, 2018, the Giants fired Bobby Evans after almost four seasons as General Manager.[11] The Giants made the playoffs in 2016, but are 166–224 (.426) since taking a major league-best 57–33 (.633) record into the All-Star break that year.
Baltimore Orioles Dan Duquette Contract Not Renewed Mike Elias On October 3, 2018, the team announced that Duquette, along with manager Buck Showalter, would not be retained for the 2019 season after the Orioles had the worst record in franchise history at 47–115 (.290). Duquette was hired as general manager after the 2011 season.[12] On November 16, 2018, Mike Elias was named the team's new General Manager.[13]
Los Angeles Dodgers Farhan Zaidi Resigned N/A On November 7, 2018, Zaidi left the Dodgers to become the President of Baseball Operations for the San Francisco Giants.[14] Since taking over in 2014, he oversaw the Dodgers win the NL West all five times, and the NL pennant twice from 2017–2018.
Field managers
Offseason
Team Former Manager Interim Manager Reason For Leaving New Manager Story/Accomplishments
Cincinnati Reds Bryan Price Jim Riggleman Fired David Bell Price was fired on April 19, 2018, after starting the season with a 3–15 (.167) record. In four seasons, Price finished with a 279–387 (.419) record with no playoff appearances. Bench Coach Jim Riggleman served as interim manager for the remainder of the 2018 season.[15] On October 21, 2018, the Reds named David Bell as their new manager, signing him to a three-year contract with a club option for 2022.[16]
Texas Rangers Jeff Banister Don Wakamatsu Chris Woodward Banister was fired on September 21, 2018, after four seasons with a record of 325–313 (.509). Banister finished in first place in his first two seasons as manager and amassed a 2–6 (.250) in the playoffs. Bench coach Don Wakamatsu served as interim manager for the remainder of the 2018 season.[17] On November 2, 2018, it was announced that Chris Woodward would be named the Rangers manager.[18]
Toronto Blue Jays John Gibbons None Contract Not Renewed Charlie Montoyo On September 26, 2018, the team announced that manager John Gibbons will not be retained for the 2019 season. In his second stint with the team, Gibbons finished with a 498–494 (.502) record and two playoff appearances.[19] On October 25, 2018, the Blue Jays announced that Charlie Montoyo will be the new manager for the 2019 season, inking him a three-year deal with a club option for 2022.[20]
Los Angeles Angels Mike Scioscia Resigned Brad Ausmus On September 30, 2018, it was announced that Mike Scioscia will be stepping down as manager of the Los Angeles Angels after 19 years with a 1650–1428 (.536) record. He led the Angels to six division titles and won the 2002 World Series. He also won the American League Manager of the Year twice during his tenure.[21] On October 21, 2018, it was announced that Brad Ausmus would be the new manager of the Angels.[22]
Minnesota Twins Paul Molitor Reassigned Rocco Baldelli On October 2, 2018, it was announced that Paul Molitor will be offered a new role in the Twins organization and will be out as manager after four years. Molitor finished with a 305–343 (.471) record with one playoff appearance in 2017, in which he was named the American League Manager of the Year after the season.[23] On October 25, 2018, it was announced that Rocco Baldelli will be the new Twins manager.[24]
Baltimore Orioles Buck Showalter Contract Not Renewed Brandon Hyde On October 3, 2018, the team announced that manager Buck Showalter will not be retained for the 2019 season after being the manager for almost nine seasons with a record of 669–684 (.494). Showalter led the Orioles to the postseason three times, including the 2014 American League Championship Series, where they were swept by the Kansas City Royals. In his final season with the Orioles, they went 47–115 (.290) during the season.[25] On December 14, 2018, the Orioles officially announced that Brandon Hyde will be the new manager of the Orioles
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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On November 16, 2018, the Miami Marlins unveiled a new logo, team colors, and uniform for 2019, as part of changes instituted by the team's new CEO Derek Jeter. The new design replaces one used since their 2012 move to Marlins Park and rebranding from the Florida Marlins to the Miami Marlins, and utilizes shades of red, blue, black, and slate.[29]
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On January 29, 2018, Major League Baseball stated that the Cleveland Indians had agreed to stop using their "Chief Wahoo" logo—which has attracted controversy as a stereotype of Native Americans—on their uniforms in 2019, as it was deemed to be "no longer appropriate for on-field use".[30][31] The block C cap insignia will officially become the team's main logo; on November 19, 2018, the team unveiled new uniforms excluding the Chief Wahoo logo, as well as new hats with red brims for home games, a new red-colored home alternate jersey (marking the team's first red jersey since the 1970's), and sleeve patches commemorating their hosting of the 2019 All-Star Game. In order to maintain trademarks and prevent it from falling into the public domain, the logo will continue to be used on a limited amount of team merchandise.[32][33][34]
Anniversaries and special events
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The following teams will wear commemorative patches for special occasions

Team Special occasion
All Teams 150th anniversary of Major League Baseball
#42 patch for Jackie Robinson Day (April 15)
Pink ribbons for breast cancer awareness (May 12, Mother's Day)
"Play Ball" patch in partnership with USA Baseball and USA Softball (June 1–2)
Blue ribbons for prostate cancer awareness (June 16, Father's Day)
American flag patch as well as all teams wearing patriotic theme jerseys, undershirts and socks for Independence Day (July 1–4)
Gold ribbons for childhood cancer (August 30)
Baltimore Orioles #20 patch in memory of Frank Robinson
Boston Red Sox 2018 World Series Championship (April 9)
Cincinnati Reds 150th anniversary of professional baseball
#20 patch in memory of Frank Robinson
Cleveland Indians 2019 All-Star Game
Los Angeles Dodgers #36 patch in memory of Don Newcombe
Milwaukee Brewers 50th Anniversary of the franchise
New York Mets 50th Anniversary of 1969 World Series Championship
New York Yankees Black armband on left sleeve in memory of Mel Stottlemyre
San Diego Padres 50th Anniversary in San Diego
San Francisco Giants Memorial patch for former president Peter Magowan
Memorial patch for Willie McCovey
Texas Rangers Final Season at the Ballpark in Arlington
Toronto Blue Jays Canadian flag patch for Canada Day (July 1)
Other uniforms
The Minnesota Twins added a new navy blue alternate home uniform with red lettering and a gold trim outline. This uniform will replace the cream pinstripe throwback uniform that the Twins have been wearing at home since 2010.[35]
Throwbacks
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The Cincinnati Reds announced on November 5, 2018, that they will wear fifteen throwback uniforms to mark the 150th anniversary of the Cincinnati Red Stockings becoming the first professional baseball team. They will wear 1902 uniforms on May 4 (the 150th anniversary of the Red Stockings' first game), 1911 road uniforms May 5, and will conclude with 1999 uniforms September 22.[36]

The St. Louis Cardinals will debut new throwback jerseys that will look like their classic powder blue jerseys from the late 70s and early 80s. They will be worn during Saturday road games.[37]

The Tampa Bay Rays announced on February 7, that they will wear their 1990's Devil Rays throwback jerseys four times during the season: May 11, June 15, August 17, and September 21.[38]

The Phillies will wear a 1979 all-maroon uniform on July 27.[39] They were previously worn only once—on May 27, 1979.[citation needed]
Venues
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This will be the Texas Rangers' final season at Globe Life Park in Arlington (formerly known as the Ballpark in Arlington), where the team is scheduled to play its final regular season home game against the New York Yankees on September 29 before moving to Globe Life Field in 2020.[40]

The stadium of the Seattle Mariners will be renamed T-Mobile Park for the mobile provider (including its magenta-pink logo color as part of the park's branding atmosphere), after Safeco's contract with the team to call the venue Safeco Field expired at the end of the 2018 season.[41]

The home field of the San Francisco Giants will see its fourth name in its history since opening in 2000, but its first name outside the same company, as Oracle will pay an unknown but significant amount for a twenty-year agreement to rename the former AT&T Park as Oracle Park. It also keeps Oracle's name on a Bay Area sports venue, as the Golden State Warriors will depart Oakland's Oracle Arena for the Chase Center .75 miles (1.21 km) south of Oracle Park at the end of the 2018-19 NBA season.[42]
Broadcast rights
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Television
National
This will be the sixth year of the current eight-year deals with Fox Sports, ESPN, and TBS. Fox will air eight weeks of baseball on Saturday Nights leading up to the 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game which will also air on Fox. Fox then will televise Saturday afternoon games for the final four weeks of the season. FS1 will televise games on Tuesday and on Saturday both during the afternoon and night. ESPN will televise games on its flagship telecast Sunday Night Baseball as well as Monday and Wednesday nights. TBS will televise Sunday afternoon games for the last 13 weeks of the regular season. Fox and ESPN Sunday Night Baseball telecasts will be exclusive; all other national telecasts will be subject to local blackout.[citation needed]

TBS will televise the National League Wild Card Game, Division Series, and the Championship Series. ESPN will televise the American League Wild Card. FS1 and MLB Network will televise the American League Division Series. Fox and FS1 will televise the American League Championship Series. The World Series will air exclusively on Fox for the 20th consecutive year.[citation needed]

Local
Under an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice regarding Disney's acquisition of 21st Century Fox, the Fox Sports Regional Networks must be sold off to third parties. Fox also invoked a clause to give Yankee Global Enterprises the rights to buy their stake back in the YES Network.[43] On March 8, 2019, YES was sold to a consortium including Yankee Global Enterprises, Amazon, and Sinclair Broadcast Group for $3.5 billion.[44] Other MLB clubs that have regional deals with a Fox Sports Regional Network that Disney must sell off include Arizona, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Kansas City, the LA Angels, Miami, Milwaukee, Minnesota, St. Louis, San Diego, Tampa Bay, and Texas.[citation needed]

Radio
Local
The New York Mets will move from iHeartMedia's WOR (710) to Entercom's WCBS (880), returning the team to the fold of the former CBS Radio New York cluster after five years with WOR (the team previously had a decades-long association with WFAN).[45]
National
ESPN Radio will air its 22nd season of national coverage, including Sunday Night Baseball, Saturday games, Opening Day and holiday games, the All-Star Game, and Home Run Derby, and the entire Major League Baseball postseason.[citation needed]
Retirements
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CC Sabathia announced on November 2, 2018 that he will retire at the end of the season.[46]
Bruce Bochy announced on February 18 that he will retire from managing the San Francisco Giants at the end of the season.[47]
Ichiro Suzuki announced his retirement on March 21.[48]
Jason Hammel announced his retirement on March 23.[49]
Retired numbers
SpoilerShow
Adrián Beltré will have his #29 retired by the Texas Rangers on June 8. It will be the fifth number retired by the franchise.[50]
Joe Mauer will have his #7 retired by the Minnesota Twins on June 15. It will be the ninth number retired by the franchise
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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Friday, February 22
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Tampa Bay
PHI 3, TB 2 Cole Irvin Austin Pruitt Tom Windle
Oakland
Seattle
SEA 8, OAK 1 Mike Leake Daniel Mengden
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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Saturday, February 23
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Minnesota
Baltimore
BAL 7, MIN 2 Yefry Ramirez Chase De Jong
New York
Boston
BOS 8, NYY 5 Marcus Walden Nestor Cortes Jr. Brian Ellington
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
PIT 3, PHI 2 Geoff Hartlieb Luke Leftwich
St. Louis
Miami
STL 11, MIA 1 Tommy Layne R.J. Emilio Alvarez
Detroit
Toronto
DET 4, TOR 0
Atlanta
New York
NYM 4, ATL 3 Hector Santiago Touki Toussaint Eric Hanhold
Chicago
Oakland
OAK 6, CHW 5 Tanner Anderson Zachary Thompson Luis Miguel Romero
Cleveland
Cincinnati
CLE 3, CIN 3 (F/10)
Texas
Kansas City
KC 9, TEX 1 Glenn Sparkman Ariel Jurado
Milwaukee
Chicago
CHC 8, MIL 4 Mike Zagurski Bobby Wahl
Los Angeles
Chicago
LAD 7, CHW 6 Rich Hill Donn Roach Ben Holmes
Colorado
Arizona
COL 7, ARI 3 DJ Johnson Joel Payamps
San Diego
Seattle
SD 6, SEA 4 Eric Christian Yardley Roenis Elias Dietrich Enns
San Francisco
Los Angeles
LAA 10, SF 3 Dillon Peters Chris Stratton
Tampa Bay
Minnesota
MIN 10, TB 5 Kohl Stewart Ryan Yarbrough
Houston
Washington
WSH 7, HOU 6 Jimmy Cordero Brendan McCurry
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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Sunday, February 24
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Atlanta
Houston
HOU 5, ATL 2 Framber Valdez Mike Foltynewicz Ralph Garza Jr.
Miami
Pittsburgh
PIT 10, MIA 6 Blake Weiman Jose Quijada
Minnesota
Boston
BOS 8, MIN 5 Matthew Gorst Pat Dean Kutter Crawford
New York
Tampa Bay
NYY 8, TB 5 Jonathan Loaisiga Tyler Glasnow Stephen Tarpley
Philadelphia
Detroit
PHI 10, DET 6 Drew Anderson Tyson Ross
Toronto
Baltimore
BAL 9, TOR 8 Jimmy Yacabonis Trent Thornton Branden Kline
Washington
St. Louis
WSH 12, STL 2 Erick Fedde Michael Wacha
Houston
New York
HOU 10, NYM 1 Rogelio Armenteros Jacob deGrom
Arizona
Cleveland
ARI 12, CLE 3 Robbie Ray Chih-Wei Hu
Chicago
San Francisco
CHC 9, SF 5 Tyler Chatwood Madison Bumgarner
Kansas City
Oakland
KC 14, OAK 5 Samuel McWilliams Aaron Brooks
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
LAD 13, LAA 9 Dustin May Alex Klonowski
Chicago
San Diego
SD 5, CHW 4 Jacob Nix Bernardo Flores Eric Stout
Seattle
Colorado
SEA 4, COL 2 Erik Swanson Bryan Shaw Matt Tenuta
Cincinnati
Los Angeles
CIN 14, LAA 2 Vladimir Gutierrez Forrest Snow
Milwaukee
Texas
MIL 10, TEX 1 Josh Tomlin Yohander Mendez
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Monday, February 25
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Baltimore
Minnesota
MIN 7, BAL 1 Jose Berrios Nate Karns
Boston
Pittsburgh
PIT 4, BOS 3
Detroit
Philadelphia
PHI 12, DET 7 James Pazos Mark Edward Ecker
Miami
Tampa Bay
MIA 5, TB 2 Jarlin Garcia Casey Sadler Mike Kickham
New York
Houston
NYM 3, HOU 3
Toronto
New York
NYY 3, TOR 0 James Paxton Marcus Stroman Jonathan Holder
Washington
Atlanta
ATL 9, WSH 4 Jesse Biddle James Bourque
Detroit
St. Louis
DET 3, STL 3
Chicago
San Francisco
CHW 4, SF 4
Chicago
Los Angeles
LAD 11, CHC 2 Brock Stewart Christian Bergman
Colorado
Kansas City
COL 12, KC 5 Antonio Senzatela Brian Flynn
Texas
Cleveland
TEX 11, CLE 5 Tim C Dillard Ben Taylor
San Diego
Chicago
CHC 6, SD 4 Brian Duensing Brett Kennedy
Cincinnati
Seattle
SEA 11, CIN 3 Yusei Kikuchi Alex Wood
Milwaukee
Los Angeles
LAA 4, MIL 3 Felix Pena Jon Olczak Sean Isaac
Oakland
Arizona
ARI 4, OAK 3 Henry Owens Jake Buchanan
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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Tuesday, February 26
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Houston
Miami
MIA 3, HOU 0 Elieser Hernandez Tyler Ivey R.J. Emilio Alvarez
Philadelphia
New York
Postponed
Pittsburgh
Minnesota
MIN 6, PIT 5 Trevor May Brandon Maurer Justin Nicolino
St. Louis
Washington
STL 6, WSH 1 Chasen Shreve Tanner Rainey
Tampa Bay
Baltimore
TB 11, BAL 5 (F/8) Jalen Beeks Jay Flaa
New York
Atlanta
ATL 4, NYM 3 Chad Sobotka Drew Gagnon Michael C. Mader
Boston
Toronto
Postponed
Detroit
New York
DET 14, NYM 4 Matthew Boyd Zack Wheeler
Los Angeles
Oakland
LAA 17, OAK 5 Hansel Robles Fernando Rodney
Kansas City
Chicago
CHW 9, KC 7 Jimmy Lambert Foster Griffin Ryan Burr
San Diego
Milwaukee
SD 3, MIL 1 Chris Paddack Chase Anderson Dietrich Enns
San Francisco
Cincinnati
SF 4, CIN 3 Derek Law Buddy Boshers Shaun Anderson
Arizona
Chicago
ARI 5, CHC 4 Damien Magnifico Scott Effross Kevin McCanna
Los Angeles
Kansas City
KC 8, LAD 2 Scott Blewett Joshua Sborz
Cleveland
Colorado
CLE 5, COL 3 Sam Hentges Kyle Freeland James Karinchak
Texas
Seattle
TEX 4, SEA 4 (F/10)
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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Wednesday, February 27
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Atlanta
St. Louis
ATL 4, STL 0 Tucker Davidson Seth Elledge
Baltimore
Boston
BAL 7, BOS 6 Paul Fry Colten Brewer Dillon Tate
Houston
Washington
WSH 14, HOU 8 Jeremy Hellickson Collin McHugh
Minnesota
Philadelphia
MIN 4, PHI 2 (F/8) Lewis Thorpe Cole Irvin D.J. Baxendale
New York
Detroit
DET 10, NYY 4 (F/7)
Toronto
Pittsburgh
TOR 2, PIT 1 Sam Gaviglio Kyle Crick Zach Jackson
Boston
Tampa Bay
TB 5, BOS 4 Jake Faria Brian Ellington Ian Gardeck
Miami
New York
NYM 14, MIA 6 Steven Matz Wei-Yin Chen
Chicago
Texas
CHC 9, TEX 5 Cole Hamels Edinson Volquez
Cincinnati
Chicago
CIN 11, CHW 4 Tanner Roark Reynaldo Lopez
Cleveland
Milwaukee
CLE 6, MIL 1 Asher Wojciechowski Trey Supak
Kansas City
San Francisco
SF 15, KC 2 Jeff Samardzija Chris Ellis
Los Angeles
Oakland
LAD 5, OAK 3 Julio Urias Daniel Mengden
Seattle
Cleveland
CLE 6, SEA 5 Tanner Tully Brandon Brennan Argenis Angulo
Los Angeles
Colorado
LAA 9, COL 7 Noe Ramirez Jeff Hoffman John Curtiss
Arizona
San Diego
ARI 5, SD 5
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

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Thursday, February 28
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Baltimore
Philadelphia
BAL 5, PHI 5
Detroit
Atlanta
DET 7, ATL 6 Matt Moore Touki Toussaint
Miami
Houston
HOU 7, MIA 5 Brad Peacock Sandy Alcantara Erasmo Pinales
New York
St. Louis
NYM 3, STL 2 Luis Avilan Jack Flaherty Josh Torres
Pittsburgh
New York
NYY 8, PIT 6 Jonathan Holder Elvis Escobar Adonis Rosa
Washington
Boston
BOS 13, WSH 5 Ryan Weber Erick Fedde
Philadelphia
Toronto
PHI 11, TOR 5 Enyel De Los Santos Ryan Borucki
Colorado
Los Angeles
COL 7, LAD 7
Milwaukee
Cincinnati
MIL 10, CIN 8 Miguel Sanchez Brandon Finnegan Nate Griep
San Diego
Kansas City
KC 3, SD 2 Jason Adam Bryan Mitchell
Oakland
Chicago
OAK 10, CHC 3 Chris Bassitt Jen-Ho Tseng
San Francisco
Milwaukee
SF 6, MIL 2 Chris Stratton Marcos Diplan
Chicago
Seattle
SEA 8, CHW 3 Felix Hernandez Colton Turner
Cleveland
Arizona
ARI 10, CLE 7 Nick Green Dalbert Siri Michael Kohn
Texas
Los Angeles
TEX 10, LAA 6 Drew Smyly Tyler Skaggs
Minnesota
Tampa Bay
TB 1, MIN 0 Casey Sadler Preston Guilmet Dalton Moats
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:36 am

Friday, March 1
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Boston
Minnesota
MIN 4, BOS 3 Trevor Hildenberger Mark Garrett Montgomery Ryne Harper
New York
Detroit
NYM 7, DET 1 Jacob deGrom Tyson Ross
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
PHI 7, PIT 3 Drew Anderson Nick Kingham Gustavo Armas
Toronto
Atlanta
ATL 4, TOR 3 Wes Parsons Hector Perez
Washington
Miami
WSH 5, MIA 4 Stephen Strasburg Trevor Richards Wander Suero
Tampa Bay
Baltimore
TB 10, BAL 5 Charlie Morton Alex Cobb Andrew Kittredge
Pittsburgh
Toronto
PIT 1, TOR 1
Chicago
Texas
CHW 8, TEX 5 Bernardo Flores Tim C Dillard Zachary Thompson
Colorado
Oakland
OAK 6, COL 3 Aaron Brooks Tyler Anderson Wei-Chung Wang
Chicago
Arizona
CHC 10, ARI 2 Jose Quintana Robbie Ray
Kansas City
Los Angeles
LAA 10, KC 7 Jesus Castillo Conner Greene Williams Jerez
Milwaukee
Seattle
SEA 7, MIL 3 Justus Sheffield Corbin Burnes
St. Louis
Houston
STL 4, HOU 4
Baltimore
New York
BAL 2, NYY 2
Los Angeles
Cleveland
CLE 8, LAD 4 Brad Hand Caleb Ferguson
San Diego
Los Angeles
SD 5, LAD 4 Jacob Nix Kevin Quackenbush Pedro Avila
Cincinnati
San Francisco
SF 5, CIN 3 Nick Vincent Odrisamer Despaigne Carlos Navas
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:38 am

Saturday, March 2
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Atlanta
Detroit
DET 7, ATL 4 Jordan Zimmermann Max Fried Jose Manuel Fernandez
Baltimore
Boston
BAL 9, BOS 1 Mike Wright Jr. Colten Brewer
Miami
St. Louis
STL 4, MIA 3 Jake Woodford Zac Gallen
Minnesota
Washington
WSH 10, MIN 6 Sammy Solis Lewis Thorpe
New York
Pittsburgh
PIT 8, NYY 7 Felipe Vazquez Danny Farquhar Montana DuRapau
Philadelphia
Tampa Bay
PHI 11, TB 3 Zach Eflin Tyler Glasnow JoJo Romero
Tampa Bay
Toronto
TB 6, TOR 5 Curtis Taylor Yennsy Diaz Ricardo Pinto
Houston
New York
HOU 8, NYM 7 Forrest Whitley Drew Gagnon Brandon Bielak
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
LAA 11, CIN 2 Felix Pena Luis Castillo
Cleveland
Oakland
OAK 1, CLE 0 Fernando Rodney Trevor Bauer Frankie Montas
Colorado
Chicago
CHW 10, COL 6 Carlos Rodon Ryan Castellani Evan Marshall
Seattle
Kansas City
KC 8, SEA 0 Michael Ynoa Yusei Kikuchi
Milwaukee
Chicago
MIL 7, CHC 4 Zach Davies Matt Carasiti Jay Jackson
Texas
San Francisco
TEX 0, SF 0
Los Angeles
Arizona
ARI 6, LAD 5 Emilio Vargas Joe Broussard Bo Takahashi
San Francisco
San Diego
SD 7, SF 6 Nick Margevicius Drew Pomeranz Eric Stout
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:49 am

Sunday, March 3
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Houston
Washington
WSH 4, HOU 2 Joe Ross Erasmo Pinales Austen Williams
Miami
Atlanta
ATL 6, MIA 5 Andres Santiago Brian Moran
Minnesota
Boston
BOS 9, MIN 7 Marcus Walden Chase De Jong
New York
St. Louis
NYM 10, STL 8 Jacob Rhame John Brebbia Stephen Villines
Tampa Bay
Pittsburgh
TB 10, PIT 4 Ryne Stanek Mitch Keller
Detroit
New York
NYY 7, DET 1 Masahiro Tanaka Daniel Norris
Philadelphia
Minnesota
PHI 3, MIN 3 (F/10)
New York
Toronto
TOR 5, NYY 2 Ken Giles Trevor Stephan Tim Mayza
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
CIN 11, MIL 5 Lucas Sims Josh Tomlin
Kansas City
Cleveland
KC 13, CLE 7 Kyle Zimmer R.C. Orlan
San Diego
Texas
TEX 11, SD 3 Adrian Sampson Chris Paddack
Chicago
Chicago
CHC 13, CHW 4 Yu Darvish Manny Banuelos
Detroit
Baltimore
BAL 7, DET 5 Pedro Araujo Gregory Soto Cody Carroll
Texas
Los Angeles
LAD 6, TEX 3 Kenley Jansen Lance Lynn Luis Vasquez
Arizona
Seattle
SEA 7, ARI 3 Matt Festa Silvino Bracho
Oakland
Los Angeles
LAA 4, OAK 1 Cam Bedrosian Marco Estrada Adam Hofacket
San Francisco
Colorado
COL 9, SF 3 Kyle Freeland Dereck Rodriguez
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:52 am

Monday, March 4
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Baltimore
Minnesota
BAL 9, MIN 4 Dylan Bundy Addison Reed
Houston
Atlanta
HOU 4, ATL 3 Wade Miley Julio Teheran Cy Sneed
St. Louis
Detroit
DET 9, STL 5 Sandy Baez Austin Gomber
Washington
Miami
MIA 9, WSH 8 Elieser Hernandez Wander Suero
New York
Houston
NYM 7, HOU 4 Paul Sewald Ryan Hartman Tim Peterson
Boston
New York
BOS 9, NYM 3 Eduardo Rodriguez Steven Matz
Los Angeles
Chicago
LAA 6, CHW 6
Chicago
Cincinnati
CHC 9, CIN 1 Alec Mills Tony Santillan
Colorado
Texas
COL 4, TEX 4
Los Angeles
San Francisco
LAD 8, SF 2 Kevin Quackenbush Mark Melancon
Cleveland
San Diego
SD 8, CLE 0 Joey Lucchesi Shane Bieber
Cincinnati
Arizona
CIN 3, ARI 3
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:59 am

Tuesday, March 5
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Atlanta
New York
NYY 5, ATL 1 J.A. Happ Chad Sobotka
Boston
Washington
BOS 8, WSH 4 Trevor Michael Kelley Max Scherzer
New York
Miami
MIA 3, NYM 1 Jarlin Garcia Drew Smith Jose Quijada
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
PIT 10, BAL 4 Steven Brault Mychal Givens
St. Louis
Philadelphia
PHI 2, STL 1 Tyler Gilbert Genesis Cabrera
Tampa Bay
Minnesota
MIN 9, TB 2 Jake Odorizzi Adam Kolarek
Toronto
Detroit
TOR 5, DET 2 Ryan Borucki Matt Moore Justin Shafer
Chicago
Cleveland
CLE 11, CHW 0 Adam Plutko Bernardo Flores
Texas
Oakland
OAK 4, TEX 1 Daniel Mengden Ariel Jurado Wei-Chung Wang
San Diego
Chicago
SD 7, CHW 4 Logan Allen Lucas Giolito Dietrich Enns
Chicago
Los Angeles
LAA 9, CHC 2 Tyler Skaggs Mario Meza
Milwaukee
Colorado
MIL 1, COL 0 Taylor Williams Harrison Musgrave Miguel Sanchez
Seattle
San Diego
SEA 7, SD 7
Arizona
Kansas City
KC 5, ARI 3 Jorge Lopez Nick Green Kevin McCarthy
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:01 am

Wednesday, March 6
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Pittsburgh
Boston
PIT 6, BOS 1 Nick Kingham Josh Smith
Atlanta
Miami
ATL 4, MIA 0 Bryse Wilson Sergio Romo
Baltimore
Tampa Bay
BAL 9, TB 6 Paul Fry Emilio Pagan
St. Louis
New York
STL 9, NYY 5 John Gant Jonathan Loaisiga
Detroit
Atlanta
ATL 8, DET 2 Touki Toussaint Tyson Ross
Miami
Houston
HOU 11, MIA 5 Reymin Guduan Drew Steckenrider
Philadelphia
Toronto
TOR 9, PHI 7 Aaron Sanchez Vince Velasquez
Arizona
Milwaukee
MIL 5, ARI 4 Burch Smith Ryan Atkinson Adrian Houser
San Francisco
Texas
TEX 12, SF 5 Shelby Miller Chris Stratton
Kansas City
Chicago
CHC 4, KC 1 Mike Zagurski Michael Ynoa Tyler Chatwood
Los Angeles
Colorado
LAA 6, COL 5 Justin Anderson Rayan Gonzalez Matt Ramsey
San Diego
Cincinnati
CIN 6, SD 4 Matt Wisler Carlos Torres Odrisamer Despaigne
Oakland
Seattle
OAK 7, SEA 4 Brett Anderson Wade LeBlanc Andrew Triggs
Cleveland
Los Angeles
CLE 6, LAD 1 Mike Clevinger Rich Hill
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:07 am

Thursday, March 7
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Minnesota
Boston
MIN 12, BOS 1 Kohl Stewart Brian Johnson
Baltimore
Pittsburgh
PIT 5, BAL 4 Brandon Waddell Branden Kline
Houston
Miami
HOU 4, MIA 1 Justin Verlander Jose Urena Corbin Martin
New York
Philadelphia
NYY 6, PHI 0 James Paxton Pat Neshek
New York
Washington
WSH 6, NYM 4 Kyle Barraclough Daniel Zamora Henderson Alvarez
Toronto
Tampa Bay
TOR 11, TB 2 Clayton Richard Tyler Glasnow
Philadelphia
Detroit
PHI 3, DET 1 Cole Irvin Sandy Baez Yacksel Rios
Los Angeles
Kansas City
KC 8, LAA 7 Andres Machado Ryan Clark
Milwaukee
Chicago
CHW 9, MIL 5 Ian Hamilton Bubba Derby
Colorado
Chicago
COL 7, CHC 5 Antonio Senzatela Jon Lester Jesus Tinoco
Cleveland
Arizona
CLE 4, ARI 3 Justin Grimm Matt Andriese Henry Martinez
Texas
San Diego
SD 11, TEX 8 Trey Wingenter Mike Minor Dietrich Enns
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
LAD 6, LAA 2 Pedro Baez Luis Garcia
Seattle
Cincinnati
SEA 11, CIN 3 Yusei Kikuchi Luis Castillo
Oakland
San Francisco
OAK 5, SF 1 Frankie Montas Madison Bumgarner
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Re: 2019 Major League Baseball season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:12 am

Friday, March 8
MATCHUP RESULT WIN LOSS SAVE
Boston
Baltimore
BAL 4, BOS 2 Gabriel Ynoa Bobby Poyner Sean Gilmartin
Tampa Bay
Minnesota
TB 5, MIN 5
Toronto
Pittsburgh
TOR 11, PIT 0 Sean Reid-Foley Trevor Williams
Washington
St. Louis
STL 3, WSH 2 Michael Wacha Patrick Corbin Ryan Meisinger
Pittsburgh
Toronto
TOR 5, PIT 2 Marcus Stroman Rookie Davis Justin Shafer
Miami
New York
MIA 10, NYM 3 Dan Straily Noah Syndergaard
Arizona
Milwaukee
MIL 6, ARI 3 Freddy Peralta Zack Godley Jake Petricka
Cincinnati
Kansas City
KC 8, CIN 3 Ian Kennedy Vladimir Gutierrez
San Diego
Oakland
OAK 6, SD 5 Ryan Dull Luis Perdomo Ryan Buchter
Chicago
Los Angeles
CHW 15, LAA 8 Manny Banuelos Dan Jennings
Texas
Colorado
COL 11, TEX 10 Nelson Gonzalez Wei-Chieh Huang
Philadelphia
Atlanta
ATL 5, PHI 4 Grant A. Dayton Edward Paredes
St. Louis
Houston
STL 6, HOU 3 Dakota Hudson Will Harris Daniel Ponce de Leon
Detroit
New York
DET 6, NYY 5 Kyle Funkhouser Domingo German Louis Coleman
San Francisco
Cleveland
SF 2, CLE 0 Drew Pomeranz Jefry Rodriguez Trevor Gott
Chicago
Seattle
CHC 9, SEA 3 Duncan Robinson Marco Gonzales
Kansas City
Los Angeles
KC 7, LAD 4 Glenn Sparkman Stetson Allie Samuel McWilliams
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