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May, 27, 2016

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Lin sets new Asia record
Taiwanese slugger Lin Chih-sheng (林智勝) on Sunday broke an Asian baseball record by extending his on-base streak to 70 and leading the CTBC Brothers (中信兄弟) to their seventh straight victory.
LaMarre doubles in 10th, Red Sox beat Blue Jays in Montreal
It was a big night for Russell Martin, even if his Toronto Blue Jays lost to the Boston Red Sox. An energetic crowd of 52,682 watched the Red Sox post a 4-2 exhibition win over Toronto on a two-out, two run double in the top of the 10th inning from outfielder Ryan LaMarre.
Major League Baseball has made several minor rule changes for this season, including one that covers tag plays when a runner is touched only by the laces of a fielder's glove.
Taiwan-born pitcher Chien-Ming Wang is highly likely to be included in the Kansas City Royals' 25-man roster to open the Major League Baseball (MLB) 2016 season, according to media reports on Saturday.
Correa, Astros beat Padres 11-1 as MLB back in Mexico City
Carlos Correa and Tyler White hit back-to-back home runs in the fourth inning, and the Houston Astros routed the San Diego Padres 11-1 on Saturday night in the first major league game in Mexico City in 12 years.
A man apparently angered by the Tampa Bay Rays' recent trip to Cuba made his way onto the field and threw a full can of beer into the team's dugout Saturday night during a spring training game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Garagiola, ex-player turned broadcaster, dies at 90
Joe Garagiola's nine-year baseball career was a modest one. His 57 years in broadcasting that followed made him one of the most popular figures in the sports world and beyond.
Drug-tainted New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez will retire after his contract expires in 2017, he told ESPN on Wednesday.
Taiwan was ranked fifth in the world in the first-ever women's softball rankings issued by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) on Wednesday, one spot ahead of China.
With Obama, Castro watching, Rays beat Cuban national team
When Kevin Kiermaier slid into home for the Tampa Bay Rays' first run of the day, President Barack Obama flung his arms wide in the sign for "safe."
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