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    Kris Bryant finally made his debut for the Chicago Cubs amid staggering expectations. The slugging third baseman is not only expected to challenge for rookie of the year honors – there’s also a sense that he might already be one of the game’s top hitters at his position. After all, the Cubs batted him cleanup in his first three major league games. ”I’m sure things will start to settle in and I will become more of just a guy,” Bryant said.

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    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The New York Yankees completed their best trip to Tampa Bay in a decade with their first sweep this season.

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    Take a look around the league with Big League Stew’s daily wrap up. We’ll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats. Lost in the drama in Boston and Kansas City this weekend has been the excellent series that’s playing out in Toronto. On Friday, the Braves topped the Blue Jays by one run despite being outhomered five to two. On Saturday, the Braves used the long ball early to build a four-run lead, but the Blue Jays ultimately prevailed 6-5 in 10 innings .  Josh Donaldson, who was acquired from the Oakland A’s in one of the offseason’s more surprising trades, landed the decisive blow with a walkoff solo homer off Sugar Ray Marimón in the 10th. The home run was Donaldson’s third in two games, and his 11th hit overall in five games. He’s absolutely sizzling. [ Yahoo Sports Fantasy Baseball: Sign up and join a league today! ] Two innings earlier, Jose Bautista cracked his third homer of the season, a two-run shot which temporarily gave Toronto the lead. He hasn’t been sizzling with a .150 batting average. However, as the Stew’s Chris Cwik pointed out prior to Bautista’s home run on Saturday, there were signs he’s ready to breakthrough. Before Bautusta’s home run. It feels like Jose Bautista is just missing so many balls. — Chris Cwik (@Chris_Cwik) April 18, 2015 As in, he could be hitting dongs, but he’s just getting under them too much. — Chris Cwik (@Chris_Cwik) April 18, 2015 After Bautista’s home run. Told y’all Bautista was close. — Chris Cwik (@Chris_Cwik) April 18, 2015 Nailed it. The Blue Jays first lead was quickly undone when Kelly Johnson homered off Miguel Castro in the ninth. Freddie Freeman and A.J. Pierzynski also homered for Atlanta, but together it wasn’t enough to overcome the Jays. KING FELIX DOMINATES RANGERS ON HIS BOBBLEHEAD NIGHT Any concern about the quad injury that forced Felix Hernandez from his previous start were completely squashed on Saturday. With the King’s Court rocking down the left field line and thousands of fans clutching their new King Felix bobbleheads, the Mariners ace put a dirty dozen strikeouts on the board to help Seattle knock off the Texas Rangers 3-1 and snap a four-game losing streak. Overall, Hernandez allowed just one run on two hits over seven innings. He also walked two and hit two, but never faltered en route to career victory No. 127. The dozen strikeouts raised his career total to 1,974, so he’s nearing a pretty notable milestone.  Offensively, Mike Zunino delivered his first home run of the season, a go-ahead solo shot in the fifth. Brad Miller tripled home a run in the sixth.  MASAHIRO TANAKA DOMINANT AGAINST RAYS For the first time in three starts, Masahiro Tanaka looked healthy and displayed the dominant form that carried him to a historic first half in 2014.

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    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Masahiro Tanaka allowed two hits over seven innings in his best start this season, Chris Young hit a grand slam and the New York Yankees routed the Tampa Bay Rays 9-0 Saturday night.

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    While Jonny Gomes is waiting for a pinch-hitting opportunity, he’s never going to be forgotten about. Gomes had a pinch-hit, tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning, Freddie Freeman added a two-run shot and the Atlanta Braves beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-7 on Friday night Freeman said Gomes is hard to ignore in the Atlanta dugout. Batting for Cameron Maybin, Gomes opened the eighth with a drive to center off Blue Jays left-hander Brett Cecil (0-1). ”I’ve been watching him do that for years now,” Atlanta’s Nick Markakis said of Gomes.

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    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Evan Longoria will be the designated hitter for the Tampa Bay Rays, one day after getting hit on the left hip by a pitch.

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    Take a look around the league with Big League Stew’s daily wrap up. We’ll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats. The Toronto Blue Jays lost more than just the game Thursday. They also lost their shortstop. Jose Reyes left the contest after just one inning. Reyes, who has been battling an oblique injury early in the season, aggravated the issue during his first at-bat. [ Yahoo Sports Fantasy Baseball: Sign up and join a league today! ] Reyes was retired on a ground ball to second base, and was seen visibly upset in the dugout following the play. He threw his helmet down in anger before walking back to the clubhouse. Reyes will miss the next three games due to the issue. There’s still a chance he’ll wind up being placed on the 15-day disabled list, but it depends on how much the injury recovers over the next couple days.  The injury only bothers Reyes when he hits from the left side. He said he’s been dealing with pain since April 10, but things got worse Thursday, according to Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com. “I was playing through it, but I feel like yesterday, and today, it kind of got worse,” Reyes said. “I kind of backed off a little bit, because that’s dangerous.” Reyes’ injury was the first loss for the Blue Jays, but not the last. The team was dominated by Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer during the contest. Archer gave up just two hits over seven scoreless innings. He struck out 11 Blue Jays.  Toronto was eventually able to score two runs, but it was not enough. The Rays took the matchup 4-2. Archer improved to 2-1 with the win. AARON HILL COMES THROUGH IN EXTRAS Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Aaron Hill finished off the San Francisco Giants on Thursday, hitting the game-winning double in the 12th inning. The Diamondbacks took a 4-3 lead into the ninth, but closer Addison Reed couldn’t nail down the save. Reed allowed a leadoff single, but was quickly able to grab two outs against the next two hitters. With the Giants down to their final chance, Joe Panik managed an RBI triple, extending the game. Arizona answered right back, as A.J. Pollock hit a solo shot in the 10th inning. The Giants refused to go quietly, however, as Matt Duffy tied the game in the bottom of the inning with an RBI single. Aaron Hill would finally come through with the game-winning knock in the 12th. With two men on base, Hill doubled both runs home, giving the D-Backs a 7-5 lead.  The Giants would scratch one run across the plate in the bottom half of the inning, but couldn’t complete the come back. HOME RUNS SINK HAMELS AGAIN

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    TORONTO (AP) — Chris Archer struck out 11 in seven shutout innings, pinch-hitter Tim Beckham had two-run homer in the sixth and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Thursday night.

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    Take a look around the league with Big League Stew’s daily wrap up. We’ll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats. There will be no undefeated team in MLB again this season (or ever, but play along if you don’t mind). The last of the undefeated teams, the defending American League champions Kansas City Royals, finally fell on Wednesday dropping a 3-1 decision to the Minnesota Twins . The Royals came in winners of their first seven, having swept the Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Angels before winning the series opener in Minnesota on Monday. They had outscored their opponents by a combined score of 52-19, but they were stymied by right-hander Kyle Gibson, who held them to one run on eight hits over 6 2/3 innings. [ Yahoo Sports Fantasy Baseball: Sign up and join a league today! ] Royals starter Edinson Volquez was good himself, allowing three runs on seven hits over 7 2/3 innings. He made one big mistake in the fourth inning which resulted in a two-run homer for Oswaldo Arcia. What’s perhaps most interesting about Kansas City’s loss. It actually drops them to second place in the AL Central. The Detroit Tigers improved to 8-1 with a 1-0 victory in Pittsburgh on Wednesday , so the Royals are one-half game back. But hey, they lead the wild-card if you’re into watching the standings in April. The Royals will look to pull even on Thursday when Jason Vargas battles Tommy Milone at Target FIeld. The Tigers get a day off before they welcome the Chicago White Sox to Comerica Park. ROCKIES SWEEP GIANTS, ARE 6-0 ON THE ROAD We’re still early in the baseball season. The sample sizes remain small and mostly insignificant in the big picture. Unless maybe you’re the Colorado Rockies and you’re off to franchise-best 6-0 start on the road this season. Then the sample size is anything but insignificant. The Rockies reached that mark by the sweeping the Milwaukee Brewers in their season-opening series, and completing a three-game sweep of the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants with a 4-2 victory on Wednesday night.   For a little perspective on the Rockies hot start, consider this. @Rockies beat @SFGiants 4-2 to improve to 7-2 and 6-0 on road…perspective: last year Rox finished 6-39 final 45 on road! — Drew Goodman (@DrewGoodman42) April 16, 2015 The hero on Wednesday? You guessed it, Nolan Arenado. Only this time, with the bat, as his three-run first-inning homer off Tim Lincecum essentially wrapped the game up early.  Overall, the Rockies are 7-2 on the young season thanks to a combination of better than expected starting pitching, timely hitting, world class defense and a nearly spotless bullpen. The only blemishes there are LaTroy Hawkins’ two blown saves, which resulted in his removal from the closer’s role. It has been, to this point, a complete team effort for Colorado. But it’s always a monumental challenge to sustain success playing in Coors Fields, and for them, perhaps more so staying healthy. A-ROD HOMERS, TIES DEREK JETER ON ALL-TIME RUNS LIST It came in a losing effort, but Alex Rodriguez took a few more steps toward career milestones on Wednesday night. With his fourth-inning home run against Baltimore Orioles right-hander Bud Norris, Rodriguez moved to within four of Willie Mays on the all-time home run list. A-Rod’s 656 homers rank fifth all-time, and assuming he stays healthy, a battle over the milestone clauses in his contract could begin soon with Mays’ 660 sitting so close. [Our division previews:  NL East  |  AL East  |  NL Central  |  AL Central  |  NL West | AL West ] A-Rod’s second home run of the season also marked the 1,923rd run scored of his career, which ties him with former Yankees’ teammate Derek Jeter for ninth on the all-time runs scored list. He needs 27 runs to pass Stan Musial and take over eighth place. So again, assuming he stays healthy, that should be within his reach this season. As for the big picture for the Yankees, things are not as bright after falling 7-5 to the Orioles . Their 3-6 record marks their worst nine-game start since 1991. That includes series losses to three division teams: Toronto, Boston and now Baltimore. They’ll meet the other AL East squad, the Tampa Bay Rays, this weekend in St. Petersburg. TREVOR BAUER REMAINS WILD BUT EFFECTIVE Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer followed up six no-hit innings in his season debut against the Houston Astros on April 9 by not allowing a hit in his first three innings against the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday. That’s nine no-hit innings overall — with 15 strikeouts — but it’s all only good for a pat on the back and two victories rather than a place in history. On Wednesday, Bauer allowed two runs on four hits with eight strikeouts in Cleveland’s 4-2 victory . The only thing that stopped him from working deeper into the game again were his walks. He added another four, which raised his season total to nine over 12 frames. But he once again showed that he can be effectively wild and more consistently brilliant if he maintains his focus. The next step, should it come, will have to include better efficiency, but Cleveland’s happy to go one step at a time. More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: – - – - – - – Mark Townsend is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at bigleaguestew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Townie813

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    TORONTO (AP) — The Tampa Bay Rays recalled right-hander Jose Dominguez from Triple-A Durham on Wednesday.

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