Scott Van Pelt recounts a story from 1995 when a mason that worked at Bay Hill, the golf course Arnold Palmer owned, met with Palmer and how the seven-time major winner treated the man.
Multiple bench-clearing incidents lead to the ejections of multiple people, including Luis Severino, but the Yankees rally with five runs in the ninth inning to defeat the Blue Jays 7-5.
Baseball Tonight goes by the numbers to debate whether J.A. Happ or Corey Kluber is more deserving of the American League Cy Young award.
Marlins manager Don Mattingly reflects on how his team has been able to hang together and honor Jose Fernandez.
Things get heated between the Yankees and Blue Jays game when the benches clear on two separate occasions after Josh Donaldson, Chase Headley and Justin Smoak were all hit by pitches.
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11:00 a.m. Jim Rome
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