Placido Polanco

#303B,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 189
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Miami-Dade CC
Birth Place: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Draft: 1994 19th round by the
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    Gray fans 11, Davis homers as A's top Marlins 4-1

    Sonny Gray wanted to lighten the mood in the Athletics' clubhouse before the game so he lit a few candles in an adjacent locker, lowered the lights and had peaceful, pan-flute music piped into the overhead speakers. Then the Oakland ace went out and put the Miami Marlins' offense to sleep with his best outing in two years. Gray struck out a season-high 11 over seven innings, Khris Davis homered and the A's beat the Marlins 4-1 on Wednesday. "We were just getting everybody nice and relaxed," Gray said of his pregame routine. "It was a good way to start the day. If we're going to put this thing together here . we're going to have to get everyone together and that's just a little way to do that."

  • Enter the SNY 5th Inning Sweepstakes
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    Enter the SNY 5th Inning Sweepstakes

    The Mets (19-24) play Game 2 of a three-game series against the Padres (16-31) on Wednesday night at Citi Field. The Mets defeated the Padres last night, 9-3. Michael Conforto became the first Mets player to record three RBI in the first inning last night after launching a leadoff homer and picking up a two-RBI single. He hit another solo shot in the fourth inning, finishing the day 3-for-4 with a career-high four RBI and two runs scored.  He has five home runs and 10 RBI in his last eight games.  Who is starting tonight for the Mets?  Right-hander Robert Gsellman, (6.75 ERA/4.56 FIP, 1.73 WHIP), who is back in the rotation after being skipped last week. Gsellman was struggling as a starter,

  • A look at what all 30 teams can do with MLB's free agent mega-class of 2018-19
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    A look at what all 30 teams can do with MLB's free agent mega-class of 2018-19

    Bryce Harper will earn a $21.65M salary in 2018 before he becomes a free agent. Over the next 18 months, as two trade deadlines and one offseason pass, all 30 teams in baseball will have one eye trained squarely on Las Vegas. For those who have yet to hear about the free-agent class of 2018-19, here’s a sampling: Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, Clayton Kershaw, Josh Donaldson, Daniel Murphy, Dallas Keuchel, Charlie Blackmon, Andrew Miller, Zach Britton, Craig Kimbrel.