Isiah Kiner-Falefa

Isiah Kiner-Falefa

3B - TOR
Height: 5-11
Weight: 190 lbs
Age: 29
College:
Toronto Blue Jays

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The ScoreJudge, Soto leading vote-getters in 1st All-Star Game update

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge and Juan Soto are Major League Baseball's top vote-getters for the 2024 All-Star Game in the first voting update that dropped Monday.Judge's 1,366,315 votes lead everyone, while Soto is second with 1,252,020. Other players to surpass 1 million votes include Bryce Harper and Alec Bohm of the Philadelphia Phillies, as well as Shohei Ohtani and Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers.Here is a position-by-position breakdown of the top vote-getters so far.American LeagueFirst base PLAYER TEAM VOTES Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Blue Jays 746 031 Ryan Mountcastle Orioles 693 594 Josh Naylor Guardians 404 389 Anthony Rizzo Yankees 269 056 Nathaniel Lowe Rangers 162 404 Second base PLAYER TEAM VOTES Jose Altuve Astros 620 724 Marcus Semien Rangers 539 223 Michael Massey Royals 341 510 Jorge Mateo Orioles 276 440 Andr s Gim nez Guardians 265 999 Third base PLAYER TEAM VOTES Jos Ram rez Guardians 742 910 Jordan Westburg Orioles 355 670 Rafael Devers Red Sox 342 046 Oswaldo Cabrera Yankees 218 650 Isiah Kiner-Falefa Blue Jays 199 424 Shortstop PLAYER TEAM VOTES Gunnar Henderson Orioles 740 436 Bobby Witt Jr. Royals 541 261 Anthony Volpe Yankees 339 150 Corey Seager Rangers 295 300 Bo Bichette Blue Jays 231 694 Outfield PLAYER TEAM VOTE Aaron Judge Yankees 1 366 315 Juan Soto Yankees 1 252 020 Kyle Tucker Astros 593 358 Steven Kwan Guardians 464 274 Anthony Santander Orioles 321 333 Catcher PLAYER TEAM VOTES Adley Rutschman Orioles 792 857 Salvador Perez Royals 588 952 Jose Trevino Yankees 234 469 Danny Jansen Blue Jays 212 782 Jonah Heim Rangers 176 821 Designated hitter PLAYER TEAM VOTES Yordan Alvarez Astros 475 158 Giancarlo Stanton Yankees 408 610 David Fry Guardians 379 845 Ryan O'Hearn Orioles 290 091 Josh Jung Rangers 208 187 National LeagueFirst base PLAYER TEAM VOTES Bryce Harper Phillies 1 110 562 Freddie Freeman Dodgers 713 858 Matt Olson Braves 154 672 Pete Alonso Mets 151 602 Jake Cronenworth Padres 139 632 Second base PLAYER TEAM VOTES Luis Arraez Padres 613 068 Ketel Marte Diamondbacks 608 807 Bryson Stott Phillies 486 315 Ozzie Albies Braves 247 517 Gavin Lux Dodgers 183 441 Third base PLAYER TEAM VOTES Alec Bohm Phillies 1 012 174 Manny Machado Padres 267 063 Joey Ortiz Brewers 244 957 Max Muncy Dodgers 226 585 Ryan McMahon Rockies 187 838 Shortstop PLAYER TEAM VOTES Mookie Betts Dodgers 1 023 690 Trea Turner Phillies 509 043 Elly De La Cruz Reds 324 559 Orlando Arcia Braves 147 103 Willy Adames Brewers 137 323 Outfield PLAYER TEAM VOTES Jurickson Profar Padres 900 541 Christian Yelich Brewers 821 037 Fernando Tatis Jr. Padres 798 609 Teoscar Hern ndez Dodgers 761 934 Brandon Marsh Phillies 521 461 Catcher PLAYER TEAM VOTES William Contreras Brewers 746 461 J.T. Realmuto Phillies 558 624 Will Smith Dodgers 557 970 Willson Contreras Cardinals 149 315 Sean Murphy Braves 132 575 Designated hitter PLAYER TEAM VOTES Shohei Ohtani Dodgers 1 002 337 Marcell Ozuna Braves 478 538 Kyle Schwarber Phillies 435 416 Rhys Hoskins Brewers 103 366 Donovan Solano Padres 101 195 The 94th edition of the Midsummer Classic is set for July 16 in Arlington, Texas.Copyright © 2024 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Monday, Jun 17, 2024

The ScoreJays' Kikuchi levels A's Soderstrom trying to avoid pop-up at dugout

Of course one of the most bizarre plays of the season happened at the Oakland Coliseum.In the top of the 10th inning of Sunday's game between the Athletics and Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto's Davis Schneider lifted a pop-up toward the visiting dugout. A's first baseman Tyler Soderstrom had a beat on it thanks to the Coliseum's vast foul territory until Blue Jays pitcher Yusei Kikuchi accidentally flattened Soderstrom while trying to get out of the way.The umpire called Schneider out because of Kikuchi's obstruction, meaning the play was officially scored as a pop-up to the first baseman. Soderstrom remained in the game, and it appeared as though Kikuchi was no worse for wear in the dugout. The incident almost devolved into something bigger: Words appeared to be exchanged between the two teams. Several Blue Jays were on the top steps of their dugout before umpires restored order. Tempers flared after Tyler Soderstrom collided with a member of the Blue Jays near the visitor's dugout pic.twitter.com/hfplwA3m9G A's on NBCS (@NBCSAthletics) June 9, 2024 A microphone also caught someone - it was unclear whether it was a fan or a member of the Blue Jays - heckling Oakland pitcher Austin Adams after the play. Had a good chuckle at the A s fan yelling at Austin Adams during the Kikichi/Soderstrom stuff. pic.twitter.com/8t4JGuy3S9 Kevin Michie (@KevinMichie) June 9, 2024 After the chaos died down, Adams eventually got the third out of the inning, but it was too little too late for the A's. Earlier in the 10th, Toronto's Isiah Kiner-Falefa hit a bases-clearing double to give the Blue Jays a 6-4 victory.Copyright © 2024 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Sunday, Jun 9, 2024

The ScoreReport: Blue Jays among teams interested in Rockies' McMahon

The Toronto Blue Jays are among several teams showing interest in Colorado Rockies third baseman Ryan McMahon, reports MLB Network's Jon Morosi.However, the Rockies infielder is highly unlikely to be available at the trade deadline, a source told Morosi.McMahon is in the midst of his finest season, slashing .286/.366/.483 with 10 home runs and 33 RBIs in 54 games. The 29-year-old also owns a better road OPS (.905) than at his hitter-friendly home of Coors Field (.785). The left-handed hitting McMahon, who also has experience at first and second base, could provide the Blue Jays with additional production at third base. Toronto third basemen have combined to post an 86 wRC+ this season, which ranks 23rd in the big leagues. PLAYER HR RBI OPS WAR Ryan McMahon 10 33 .849 1.5 Isiah Kiner-Falefa 4 15 .726 1.1 Ernie Clement 2 7 .631 0.1 McMahon signed a six-year, $70-million contact extension in March 2022. He's earning the remainder of $12 million this season and is set to earn an additional $12 million in 2025 before his salary increases to $16 million in 2026 and 2027.Copyright © 2024 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Wednesday, May 29, 2024


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