MLB News & Moments You Should Know – 5/26/23

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Today’s Headlines

Leading In Something

Aaron Boone leads in being ejected as he reaches his fourth time this season and 30th of his managerial career. The skipper approached the home plate umpire and the crew chief to argue before being restrained by his bench coach.

Teheran To Milwaukee

Right-hander Julio Teheran made his first appearance in two years after signing with the Brewers on Tuesday. Teheran was an All-Star in 2014 and 2016 while in Atlanta, but hasn’t pitched since April 3, 2021. The Brewers are hoping this move with provide stability for their pitching staff with Brandon Woodruff, Wade Miley, Eric Lauer, and Aaron Ashby aa ll on the injured list with shoulder problems.

Jays Meetup

The Blue Jays held a players-only meeting after their 6-3 loss to the Rays yesterday. Manager John Schneider had the same plan, but the players beat him to it, he said during a postgame interview. When asked, Matt Chapman said “We’re all grown men here. It’s up to us. We’re the ones on the field. Our coaches can’t hold our hands. We have to go out there and find ways to win games.”

Miller Continues To Dominate

Bryce Miller, who started the season in the minors, has continued to impress manager Scott Servais. Miller, now 3-1, has pitched at least six innings in each of his five starts, only allowing three hits in five outings, and four runs in 31 1/3 innings, becoming the first pitcher since at least 1901 to throw at least six innings and allow four or fewer hits in each of his first five appearances.

Cubs Prospect Suspected Of Shooting

Cubs prospect Josefrailin Alcántara, 18, has been suspected of shooting and killing Darwin Díaz Valerio over a money dispute in the Dominican Republic. The Cubs swiftly released him on Wednesday. Alcántara was signed by the Cubs for a $500,000 bonus on January 2o22.


Best Moments From Yesterday

He’s Out

Brett Sullivan tags Alex Call’s foot in an impressive play after a pitch got away. Call tried to steal home, but was called and then confirmed out after the Nationals asked for a review.

I’d Like To Report A Robbery

Mike Yastrzemski robs former teammate Darin Ruf with a gravity-defying catch against the wall.

Mother Knows Best

In a postgame interview, Trea Turner credits his mom for preparing him for anything. Then admits his mom was booing him today after his fourth at-bat.

Oppo Taco In Chicago

Pete Alonso sends his second of the series and 19th home run this season to right field. The Mets beat the Cubs 10-1 in last night’s game.

Harper Is So Back

Bryce Harper sends one to the moon with his third home run and 40th against Atlanta.

Wholesome Gus Content

Aaron Judge and his dog Gus ran around Yankee Stadium yesterday, and it might be one of the cutest things I’ve ever seen.



Michael Tonkin was placed on the 15-day injured list with a strained neck. Teammate Max Fried however played catch on flat ground Thursday, reports say.

Bud Black shared his optimism about Brenton Doyle ideally avoiding the injured list. He also announced that Noah Davis is on track to begin a minor-league rehab assignment next week and that C.J. Cron is expected to begin taking swings soon.

Paul Blackburn was able to pitch five innings in his latest rehab start, striking out five and only allowing one earned run.

Andrew Painter has started throwing “short” bullpen sessions, while Noah Song is facing hitters at the Phillies’ spring training facility. Cristian Pache, Rafael Marchan, and Darick Hall will both begin rehab assignments soon, all according to the manager in an update.

Manny Machado is not expected to be ready for activation from the 10-day injured list.

Tyler Glasnow will likely make his return on Saturday against the Dodgers.


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Chrystal OKeefe

Chrystal O'Keefe is a freelance writer from Indianapolis, Indiana. She balances her time between Indianapolis and Chicago and tries to travel to at least one new ballpark every year. She primarily covers the Chicago White Sox but loves talking about baseball in general.

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