Marcus Stroman is all the way back from the ACL injury that ruined his 2015 season. And after a strong WBC run, is the man to watch. Especially tonight.
For several years, the Chicago Cubs were neither lucky nor good. Now in their first World Series since 1945, it’s time to admit they are both.
They have to win Game 3 Monday night first, but even if that goes their way with Bumgarner on the mound, can we expect much from this Giants offense?
Jeff Samardzija needs to step up today, but that’s easier said than done with Kyle Hendricksa��and the typically all-powerful Cubs offensea��opposing him.
Since 2010, every even year has meant a World Series for the Giants. We like to joke, but… how have they done it? And, could they really do it again?
Another day without a bona fide premier duel, but that doesn’t mean aces and their dominance are in short supply. Sale, Strasburg, and Kershaw all pitch.
Our main event between Hammel & Wacha tonight is televised, while numerous respective aces (Price, Harvey, Verlander, Liriano) look to figure things out.
While several notable arms throw today, no duel stands above the rest. Yet Chris Sale, Michael Wacha, and Matt Harveya��among many othersa��take the mound.
Anthony Rizzo, Jake Arrieta, and Addison Russella��Theo Epstein has done plenty of good in the time he’s been with the Cubs.
Iwakuma-Tanaka gets us started relatively early this afternoon, but there are plenty of aces in isolation to get you through your baseball Sunday.
Matt Cain may have fallen to fourth in SF’s rotation, but there’s still time to rediscover his form.
If the White Sox aren’t ready to compete in 2016, it’s time to think about selling high with Chris Sale. Again.
Colby Rasmus already made history, but can we expect any other players to accept the qualifying offer?
Two pitchers who could be traded soon top our list of matchups to watch.
In the AL the defending Cy Young Award winner takes the mound, while the NL gives us one of the best pitching duels of the young season.
With 28 teams kicking off their seasons today, we look at the best Opening Day pitching duels.
The Cubs aren’t the only Chicago team poised for big things in 2015.
The Athletics shook up their locker room this weekend by shipping All-Star Josh Donaldson to Toronto.