There’s only 10 games to worry about across MLB today, but in Jacob deGrom, Zack Greinke and Madison Bumgarner, there’s plenty to enjoy on the mound.
Julio TeherA?n and Gerrit Cole highlight a day filled with ace pitching matchups, in what is arguably our biggest slate of all time.
After being weathered out yesterday, Detroit and Chicago take each other on as Verlander/Quintana duel. Plus there’s Jake Arrieta, Johnny Cueto and more.
The Dodgers get one more chance at home to take a 3-2 lead back to Wrigley. They’ll turn to Maeda, who has struggled, against Lestera��who has dazzled.
J.A. Happ will look to take advantage of a Kluber-less Cleveland in order to even the ALCS, while Kenta Maeda makes his first-ever start against the Cubs.
We can guarantee one series won’t end today with Maeda on the mound in LA. The main event: Bumgarner and SF trying to stave off elimination against Arrieta.
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.
It’s not jam-packed, but there’s still plenty worth your time. Will Salazar & Arrieta get on track? Plus, a late-night duel between Maeda and Bumgarner.
deGrom, Price, Bumgarner, Maedaa��they’re all on the mound today as part of another strong secondary slate. Plus, the MLB debut of Philadelphia’s Zach Eflin.
We’ve got another Dodgers/Mets matchup on tap this evening with Maeda taking on Thor, but also, the return of Yu Darvish. Let’s enjoy it.
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’s not a whole lot of pitching to look forward to, but our main event is well worth staying up late for as JosA� FernA?ndez and Kenta Maeda square off.
So much offense, so little time. The 2016 MLB season is only three weeks old, but there’s plenty to talk about. Where does your team rank?
Iwakuma-Tanaka gets us started relatively early this afternoon, but there are plenty of aces in isolation to get you through your baseball Sunday.
They’re banged up, aging, or unprovena��how do we see LA’s rotation responding early on in 2016?
The NL Rookie of the Year is Corey Seager’s to lose.