We’ve got a shorter slate today, but enough to keep you watching! Jordan Zimmermann returns from the DL, while various arms debut with their new clubs.
Can Salazar keep his sizzling but uneven season going? Will Zimm right the ship? That matchup plus: Price, Tanaka, Scherzer, and more.
From Danny Salazar and Noah Syndergaard to David Price and Yu Darvish, this afternoon is stacked with secondaries duels and aces in isolation.
Chris Archer versus Jordan Zimmerman is just the tip of the iceberg this Sunday, as several aces take the mound across the league.
Rick Porcello and Yordano Ventura might be the treat of the evening on this baseball Monday, but we dug deep to find the very best today has to offer.
Whatever yesterday was, today more than makes up for ita��Archer/Walker, Scherzer/Zimm, and Thor/Maeda all feature as main events. And they’re spaced out too!
There’s day baseball, there are aces galore, and there’s Cole Hamels versus Jordan Zimmermann as our main event. Sounds like one heckuva baseball Friday.
There isn’t too much action tonight, but J.A. Happ/Chris Archer is another interesting divisional showdown. Plus, a few aces to keep you watching.
Another batch of night games for us on this MLB Monday, with Raisel Iglesias taking on the uphill task of dueling Noah Syndergaard. But there’s plenty more.
Unlike yesterday, there are two big matchups on today’s slate, plus a handful of intriguing matchups throughout the day. Zimmermann-Cole start us off.
Who’s it going to be: Storen or Papelbon? It should probably be Papelbon.
David Price is set to become an extremely rich man, but what else can we expect out of the pitching market?
Colby Rasmus already made history, but can we expect any other players to accept the qualifying offer?
There’s a new manager in town. What does the arrival of Dusty Baker mean for Washington?
For a taste of what’s to come this offseason, here’s the wind up, in all its offseason glory.
Our featured matchup is a doozy, which huge playoff ramifications, but there’s more than just that on the mound today.
With Zack Greinke able to opt out after this season, we go all the way back and look at the time he almost walked away, numerous interviews since, and how 2015 has been his best season yet.
There are a number of marquee matchups today, but leading off is an intra-state matchup between two sharp left-handers.