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The Daily Dish: November 17, 2015

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Massachusetts resident Lindsay Miller has won the right to wear a colander on her head in her driver’s license photo. The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles does not allow the wearing of hats in official driver’s license photos except for religious reasons. So how did this woman circumvent the system? She didn’t, Miller is a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster and their followers are known as Pastafarians. Miller was ecstatic about the court’s ruling and is encouraging other Pastafarians to express themselves as she has.

And in Hong Kong, McDonald’s are now becoming a sanctuary for the homeless. As of 2015 Hong Kong is considered the sixth most expensive city; runners up are New York City and Zurich. As the city’s cost of living continues to rise residents have lost their ability to hold on to real estate, making the commodity all the more precious. Homeless have taken to spending the night in different 24-hour McDonald locations; they are known as McRefugees or McSleepers.

Speaking of China, there is a Chinese dairy farmer who is selling the freshest milk possible — direct from his cow. The farmer has his cows hooked up to an electronic pumping machine roadside, where he sells fresh unpasteurized milk. However, he is struggling to keep up with the demand of patrons eager to purchase his raw milk. Many of his customers believe this product to be healthier than the pasteurized milk from the grocery store, when in actuality this is false. Raw milk such as this is a potential breeding ground for E. coli, listeria, or Salmonella. His customers seem to think it’s worth the risk.

That’s today’s Daily Dish, thanks for watching. Stop by tomorrow for another helping.


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Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. There was a ton of news yesterday, so let's get right to it.

Last week, there was reported interest in Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin. Yesterday, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners, along with Anthony Bass, in exchange for Tom Wilhelmsen, James Jones and a player to be named later.

The Rangers are a popular team this offseason, with the Padres being interested in shortstop Elvis Andrus.

Speaking of the Padres, A.J. Preller is shopping Tyson Ross and Matt Kemp.

Preller will ultimately need to decide what's more important to the success of the franchise: getting rid of Kemp's salary or restocking the farm. On his own, Ross would bring back quite the haul of prospects, as he's been a great pitcher over the last two seasons, and is under team control through 2017.

It's also possible that Preller will try to deal both players separately, and absorb some of Kemp's contract to make him more attractive. He's owed $73 million (this figure includes the money paid by the Dodgers) over the next four years, but could likely still help a team like the Orioles, Twins, or Rangers.

Todd Fraizer could be available via trade, adding his name to the list of Reds on the block this winter.

Washington made two signings on Monday, bringing in Reed Johnson and lefty Sean Burnett in on minor-league deals.

Brandon Crawford emerged as an offensive threat to better match his defense in 2015. Now, it looks like the Giants are wanting to talk about a long-term extension with their Gold-Glove winning shortstop.

The Braves might be shopping first baseman Freddie Freeman. They might not be. One things for sure, the rumors surrounding Atlanta are starting to swirl.

Gerardo Parra is an option for the Kansas City Royals.

Of this group, the Diamondbacks likely have the biggest need to upgrade their bullpen, but the Nationals and Dodgers could also use help. Arizona ranked 21st in reliever fWAR, while Washington and Los Angeles were 12th and 8th, respectively. The Dodgers' figure is slightly misleading however, as Kenley Jansen and Pedro Baez accounted for 62 percent of LA's cumulative fWAR.

Important Links

Today in Baseball History: For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, a Braves pitcher wins the Cy-Young Award. In 1998, Tom Glavine earned the honors, edging out Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.


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