Suzuki's name began trending in the United States on Monday afternoon after a video of President Donald Trump giving the Washington Nationals catcher a hug from behind that some called "awkward" was shared on social media.
Many of those against the hire used Twitter to express their feelings on Beltran taking over coaching duties for the team.
When an ad for Trump's 2020 Presidential campaign flashed across a screen at Nationals Park in Washington D.C., fans began to jeer and some echoed the "lock him up" chants heard at Game 5 of the World Series.
It's been easier for Washington to get a man on the moon than to get its Major League Baseball team back in the World Series. But the Nationals are back for the nation's capital.
The Boston-New York rivalry is dead anyway, plus I'm just happy I don't have to watch Oakland and Tampa Bay.
Here are the biggest series deficits overcome in the 116-year history of the World Series, and only two are in this century.
Some of the candidates that could replace Callaway include Joe Maddon, Joe Girardi and Buck Showalter.
CP Crawford was 12 years old when the White Sox became known as the "Black Sox" 100 years ago, but this was his first time to see his beloved team.
Nathan Patterson, 23, signed a minor-league contract with the A's after turning heads on social media with his super-fast pitch.
"If you ask a baseball purist, they'll hate it. They love the manager coming out of the dugout and yelling at the home plate umpire."
The Cuban-American joked that covert plans for a reorganization of the administration were ready to go.
The Indians won their 22nd game in a row Thursday evening.
The fans hung the banner from the Green Monster.
The former governor has joined an investor group that includes the Miami musician.
Unheralded Cincinnati Red Scooter Gennett smoked four home runs in one game.
The aim is to bring regular season games across the Atlantic in 2019.
Only eight MLB players have ever reached the 600 mark.
The player directed the insult at Atlanta Braves pitcher Jason Motte.
Schilling claimed Jones had lied about racism at Fenway Park.