Joe Torre Signing Autograph

Above is original video of former star MLB manager and player Joe Torre signing autographs outside of Comerica Park in Detroit. The clip was provided by Michigan based correspondent Lance Martinez.

Mike Trout Remains Classy With Fans (Photo)

Above is an original photo of the best baseball player in the world signing autographs, during a recent visit to Detroit. The picture is provided by Michigan correspondent Lance Martinez.

Sonny Gray Signing in NYC (Photo)

Above is an original photo of Oakland Athletics ace Sonny Gray signing autographs in New York City. The picture was gathered by New York based contributor Christian Newlove, earlier this season.

Though the A's have struggled in 2015, Gray continues to produce at an incredibly high level.  Entering Tuesday's start, the Tennessee native is 12-7, with an outstanding 2.36 ERA and 1.00 WHIP.

During his three MLB seasons, Gray owns a record of 31-20, with a 2.74 ERA and 1.11 WHIP.

John Farrell Signing Prior To Diagnosis (Photo)

Above is an original photo of Boston Red Sox Manager John Farrell signing autographs outside of Comerica Park in Detroit. The shot was provided by Michigan correspondent Lance Martinez.

Scott Kazmir Signing In NYC (Photo)

Above is an original photo of Houston Astros pitcher Scott Kazmir signing autographs in New York City. The picture, provided to by New York based contributor Christian Newlove, was gathered earlier this summer, a couple weeks prior to Kazmir's midseason trade to his hometown Astros.

Entering Wednesday, the Houston native is 7-9, with a 2.45 ERA and 1.10 WHIP, splitting time between the Athletics and Astros this season.

Byron Buxton Exploring Mall Of America

Monday, Minnesota Twins rookie outfielder Byron Buxton was spotted at the Mall of America, in Bloomington, Minnesota, near the CashForCards612 kiosk.

Buxton & Sano Enjoying Some Minnesota Culture (Photos)

Buxton & Sano at the Minnesota State Fair Saturday, the Minnesota Twins top rookie prospects, Byron Buxton and Miguel Sano, appeared at the annual Minnesota State Fair.

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Josh Hamilton Signing Amid Rocky Season (Photo)

Above is an original photo of Texas Rangers OF Josh Hamilton signing autographs, during a recent Rangers visit to Motown. The picture was provided by Michigan correspondent Lance Martinez.

Jose Iglesias Signing Appearance (Photo)

Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias is in his fourth MLB season (missed all of 2014 with shin injury). Iglesias started his career in the Red Sox organization, before getting traded to the Tigers in 2013, as part of the Jake Peavy deal. This season, Iglesias is batting .302, with 22 RBI and 11 SB.  Iglesias was named an All-Star reserve, earlier this season.

Glen Perkins Signing Autographs (Video)

Minnesota Twins closer Glen Perkins is in his ninth full MLB season. Perkins has quietly become one of baseball's best closers, earning three straight All-Star game appearances, amid saving the American League's last two All-Star Game victories.

Going into Wednesday's action, Perkins has recorded an AL leading 31 saves, while compiling a 2.66 ERA, for the 59-60 Twins.

Reggie Miller & Mark Jackson At Charity Game (Video)

Last Friday, NBA greats Reggie Miller and Mark Jackson played the role of celebrity coaches in a charity game hosted by Jackson. The “Shoot For The Stars Basketball Game” was played at El Camino Real Charter High School, in the Los Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills.

Hector Santiago Signing Autographs (Video)

Los Angeles Angels pitcher Hector Santiago is quietly having an outstanding 2015 season. Entering Friday's start against the Dodgers, Santiago boasts a 7-4 record, with a sensational 2.43 ERA. The Angels have won 5 of Santiago's last 6 starts.

Above is original video of the 27-year-old signing autographs, during a recent LAA home game.

A Three-time All-Star Signing (Photo)

Former MLB OF Andy Van Slyke played on four teams during his 13-season career. His best years were with the Pirates and Cardinals. Van Slyke was a three-time All-Star and five-time Gold Glove winner.

Chris Capuano Signing Before Yanks Cut (Video)

Chris Capuano is a journeyman MLB pitcher in his 11th season (missed 2 full seasons due to injury). Capuano has played for 6 clubs, most recently with the Yankees, before getting designated for assignment on Wednesday. The Massachusetts native and Duke alum has 76 career wins and a 4.31 ERA.

Robinson Cano Signing In Motown (Photo)

Remember Robinson Cano?

After emerging as one of baseball's most recognizable players, during his nine seasons with the New York Yankees, the six-time All-Star has moved somewhat under the radar, since arriving in Seattle for the 2014 season. Don't feel too bad for Cano though, considering that he joined the Mariners after inking a much publicized 10-year/$240 million deal.

Austin Jackson Signing In Familiar Terrain (Photo)

Almost exactly one year ago today, Austin Jackson was traded from the Detroit Tigers to the Seattle Mariners. The three-way deal also involved the Tampa Bay Rays.

Recently, Jackson and his Seattle teammates returned to the city in which the OF spent the first five seasons of his career.

Highly Touted MLB Rookie Signing (Video)

One of the Minnesota Twins top prospects, 3B/DH Miguel Sano, finally made his MLB debut this month. Sano, a Dominican Republic native, signed with the Twins back in 2009, in a deal that included a $3.15 million signing bonus. In 2013, while playing in the Class AA Eastern League, Sano hit 35 homeruns and drove in 103 runs.

Mike Trout Signing For Some Happy Fans (Video)

It is hard to argue with the notion that Los Angeles Angels CF Mike Trout is the best player in baseball. Entering Monday, the five-tool superstar is batting .315, with 31 HR and 64 RBI. Trout currently leads MLB in homeruns and runs scored, while placing second in slugging and third in OPS.

Brian Dozier Signing Post All-Star HR (Video)

Minnesota Twins 2B Brian Dozier is fresh off his first career All-Star Game appearance, which included an eighth inning solo HR, in the AL's 6-3 win in Cincinnati. Dozier, a Mississippi native, is currently in the midst of his best season. As of Monday, Dozier has belted 21 long balls, scored 72 runs and posted 55 RBI, helping the surprising Twins to a 52-46 record.