Making sense of A's trade of All-Star Donaldson to Blue Jays | FOX Sports
outfielder Melky Cabrera or find a replacement, even if their rotation still lacks a legitimate ace. Right fielder Jose Bautista and first baseman/designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion are under club control only through 2016. Frankly, the Jays
Jose Bautista leads Blue Jays' rout, hurts M's playoff hopes
Jose Bautista used his bat and his glove to keep the ..... card race for at least one more day. Bautista homered and reached base four times ..... baseball,'' manager John Gibbons said of Bautista . Bautista went 3 for 3 with a walk and
Jose Bautista REALLY wants to be the 'Face of MLB'
Jeter vs. Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista . Jeter is not on Twitter, so ..... this competition means to him. Bautista , however, made it his mission ..... the pandering. Just to sum up: Bautista follows 170,000 people. His
Bautista reflects on All-Star Game, season's success
Take a ride to Yankee Stadium with Jose Bautista .
Bautista , Blue Jays silence Tigers
Jose Bautista comments on the Blue Jays' win over Detroit.
Bautista talks Derek Jeter's final All-Star Game
Jose Bautista discusses Derek Jeter's career and his final appearance in the MLB All-Star Game.
Bautista humbled by All-Star support
Jon Paul Morosi talks with Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista .
The Blue Jays are in on Sandoval, but that's not their biggest need
had for three to four year deals in the range of $30-45 million. The middle of Toronto's lineup, specifically Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion, are only guaranteed to be around through 2016. Each has a reasonable team option for that
Mike Trout, Andrew McCutchen keep Silver Slugger streaks alive
only players to win in each of their first three full big league seasons and was joined in the outfield by Toronto's Jose Bautista and Cleveland's Michael Brantley. The NL team included Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, Pittsburgh
Thursday's Sports In Brief
Cleveland catcher Yan Gomes and Detroit designated hitter Victor Martinez. Trout was joined in the outfield by Toronto's Jose Bautista and Cleveland's Michael Brantley. The NL team included Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, Pittsburgh