Sunday was a day of firsts and career highs for Joe Biagini. Although the Toronto Blue Jays fell 3-1 to the Texas Rangers on the afternoon, the more important development for the club was seeing their starter throw 18 more pitches, get three more outs and punch out two more batters than ever before. “It was important for me to see myself handle the workload continuing to expand,” Biagini, who rather harshly gave his performance a ‘C plus’ or ‘B minus,’ said of his day.
The Boston Red Sox officially activated left-hander David Price from the disabled list prior to his season debut in Monday afternoon's game against the Chicago White Sox. The 31-year-old Price hasn't pitched this season because of a strained left elbow. The five-time All-Star was returned from his injury rehab assignment with Triple-A Pawtucket for his start at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago. Price, who began the season on the disabled list , made two rehab starts with Pawtucket, allowing six earned runs on 12 hits with eight strikeouts and two walks in 5 2/3 innings. In his debut season with Boston in 2016, Price led the majors in starts (35) and innings pitched (230), going 17-9 with a 3.99
It's Memorial Day weekend, which means the full slate of Sunday games kind of feels like a Saturday for many. So go get to grilling out and having fun outside while we keep you apprised of all the happenings in Major League Baseball. Come throughout the day/night to the see the updates or just come back Monday morning to catch up on everything. We've got your back. Sunday's games Texas Rangers 3, Toronto Blue Jays 1 (box score) New York Yankees 9, Oakland Athletics 5 (box score) Miami Marlins 9, Los Angeles Angels 2 (box score) Cleveland Indians 10, Kansas City Royals 1 (box score) Cincinnati Reds 8, Philadelphia Phillies 4 (box score) San Diego Padres 5, Washington Nationals 3 (box score)