He turned back the clock for 12 starts in 2018.
He knows exactly what he’s doing.
Jake Arrieta looks to pick up where he left off before suffering a hamstring injury.
If you missed Carlos Carrasco doing his thing, don’t worrya��we’ve got Sonny Gray, Jimmy Nelsona��oh, and Clayton Kershaw makes his return.
Sonny Gray continues doing his thing for the Yankees, Hamels keeps looking for strikeouts, and… what’s going on with Gerrit Cole?
We haven’t quite seen vintage Cole Hamels this season, but lately he’s been quite good. Can he keep that up against the surging Angels?
Jacob Faria has put together a solid rookie campaign through 12 starts; he gets Marcus Stroman tonight. Plus we feature Hamels, Darvish and even more!
We don’t get TeherA?n/Thor tonight, but we still get TeherA?n, right? Plus, Lance McCullers is off to a great starta��how good could he become? And much more…
Kluber and Quintana are off to shaky starts, but have a chance to rectify that against each other. Plus Lester, Harvey, Verlander, Bundy and more tonight.
Jameson Taillon’s command is superb, while Matt Harvey is basically unhittable right now. Plus we keep an eye on Dylan Bundy, Jharel Cotton and more.
We may not have a breathtaking matchup, but there are several arms you’ll want to seea��including but not limited to Carrasco, Taillon and The Dark Knight.
Our first Wednesday of the MLB season is a dandya��will Salazar finally put it all together? Plus, Sale changes Sox, Roark looks to build on ’16, and more.
Can Estrada keep the ball in the yard? Can Hamels keep control? Will Porcello keep delivering? And, can Bauer reverse his fortune? It’s time for the ALDS.
With the postseason nearing, Jake Arrieta & Cole Hamels take the mound for one more tune-up. Meanwhile, Detroit’s Michael Fulmer closes in on an ERA title.
Don’t worry about skipping worka��all our action begins this evening with Cy Young hopefuls Corey Kluber, Max Scherzer, Chris Salea��plus a little extra.
Scherzer is having a wondrous season for Washington, while Tanaka looks to keep the Yankees within striking distance of the wild card. Plus, a little extra.
Who isn’t on the mound this Labor Day? We’ve got Verlander v. Sale, plus Scherzer, Hendricks and so much morea��including an intriguing secondary duel, too.