Carlos Carrasco has just about put it all together, Masahiro Tanaka seems to be underappreciated, and Bumgarner has been Bumgarner. They all pitch tonight.
Can Salazar keep his sizzling but uneven season going? Will Zimm right the ship? That matchup plus: Price, Tanaka, Scherzer, and more.
The Braves may be awful, but at least there’s Julio Teheran, who faces off against deGrom. Plus Price & Carrasco, and PIT’s Taillon makes his third start.
From Danny Salazar and Noah Syndergaard to David Price and Yu Darvish, this afternoon is stacked with secondaries duels and aces in isolation.
Scott Ruffcorn, drafted 25th overall, had plenty of hype around him for three consecutive years. Unfortunately, he could never throw strikes.
Daily Pitcher Duels are back here at The Sports Post. And while there’s no Thor-FernA?ndez to talk about, Carrasco-Smyly should provide enough.
If the White Sox aren’t ready to compete in 2016, it’s time to think about selling high with Chris Sale. Again.
Can’t stay up for our headliner? Not to worry; there are plenty of secondary duels to get you through the day.
Just because there’s only 10 games across MLB today, doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to watch.
Baseballa��s hottest pitcher takes the mound. We preview his outing and more.
The NL East tops today’s look at the best MLB pitching duels to watch.
Arguably the two best lefties in the National League take the mound against each other today.
There may be no great pitching matchup on today’s MLB schedule, but several great individuals will take the mound.
All 30 MLB teams will take the field today. We preview the best pitching duels among them.
Problems arise from inane unwritten rules, young pitchers on the rise begin making their mark, and more from the week in baseball.
Despite going six years without a playoff appearance, the Chicago White Sox are in a position to make the postseason in 2015.