Top Posts from the Blue Jays, Vladimir Guerrero and More

It was a night of celebration for the Blue Jays and their 20-year-old slugger Vladimir Guerrero Jr. In this day and age, of course, that celebration spilled over onto social media, where many of Major League Baseball’s best posts on Tuesday came from Guerrero’s two-homer game. There was also a basketball enemy in Oakland acting like a baseball friend and …

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Vlad Jr. Hits First Two Homers, Sale Strikes Out 17 and More

It took a bit longer than expected for Vladimir Guerrero Jr., the Blue Jays young phenom, to hit his first home run. But the second one didn’t take long at all — they both came Tuesday night in Toronto’s win against San Francisco. Speaking of standout performances, Red Sox ace Chris Sale had 17 strikeouts in seven innings but didn’t …

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Top Posts from Phillies, Statcast, Astros and More

There was only a half-slate of games on Monday, but they produced plenty of social-media-worthy moments. Two National League contenders, the Phillies and Brewers played a four-hour game that was decided in strange fashion. The Angels welcomed back Shohei Ohtani’s home-run swing. The Astros kept rolling. The Mariners broke a losing streak with a walk-off victory. And the Twins … …

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Top Posts from Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros and More

Mother’s Day brought out the best in social media from Major League Baseball teams, and it brought out the best from Dodgers starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu, too. Ryu had a no-hitter into the eighth inning — thanks in part to a rare play from right fielder Cody Bellinger — in another brilliant start for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Elsewhere, you …

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Edwin Jackson Set to Break Record, Craig Kimbrel’s List of Suitors Grows, and More

In the next few days, a rather dubious record will be broken. Edwin Jackson already has his name tied to one dubious achievement, and he will become the answer to another bit of baseball trivia the first time he pitches for the Toronto Blue Jays. Jackson set the record for throwing the most pitches in a no hitter when he …

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Top Posts from Miami Marlins, San Francisco Giants and More

When it comes to social media, oftentimes winning teams have the best content to work with. But sometimes, losing — maybe even a lot of it — forces social media managers to get creative. That’s been the case for the Miami Marlins, and they had another gem Friday night. Of course, having the Stanley Cup in your house, holding baseballs …

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