Michael Wacha will end our evening while continuing his bounce-back season in LA, but before that we’ll get to see deGrom, Ray & Verlander. Don’t miss ’em!
Dallas Keuchel has returned to form, and that’s scary. Plus, what’s going on with Hendricks and Cole? And, is Ervin Santana ace-worthy? Tune in tonight!
It’s almost as if the first half of 2016 for Chris Archer didn’t happen. Plus MadBum looks for support, and respective Cy Young winners try to get on track.
Our slate is beyond loaded todaya��Hendricks and Cole look to bounce back while Chris Archer continues his pursuit of the AL Cy Young. And much, much more…
Injuries, too hot and cold, not living up to our expectations… It’s time for somea��like Stanton and Puiga��to bounce back as we go through spring training.
No featured matchup today, but we’ve got FernA?ndez, Sale, and Cuetoa��just to name a few. Plus, we give props to Washington’s Tanner Roark.
Kershaw/Cueto headlines (stay up late!) but Sale, Strasburg, and Kluber all take the mound, too. Plus, can Wacha turn it around against Cole & Pittsburgh?
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.
We may not have a featured matchup this afternoon, but Sale, Kershaw, Cueto, Strasburg, and Price all take the mound. That seems like plenty.
Our main event between Hammel & Wacha tonight is televised, while numerous respective aces (Price, Harvey, Verlander, Liriano) look to figure things out.
Like yesterday, today’s slate is pretty thin, but our featured matchup is Strasburg versus Matt Harvey. Can The Dark Knight get things rolling?
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.
Gerrit Cole takes on Michael Wacha and St. Louis in our main event this afternoon, but Arrieta, Quintana, and Aaron Nola are also on the mound.
It’s no Sunday, but our main event features a rising young arm in Aaron Nola taking on Wacha and St. Louis. Plus, Arrieta, Harvey, Quintanaa��don’t miss ’em.
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.
We’ve got a highly-anticipated debut with Blake Snell, and in our main event, FA�lix HernA?ndez returns from illness to make his start against the Angels.
Iwakuma-Tanaka gets us started relatively early this afternoon, but there are plenty of aces in isolation to get you through your baseball Sunday.
Will Toronto avoid elimination in consecutive days? Will Houston lock up an improbable trip to the ALCS? Drama in NY? Can Arrieta be stopped? It’s all happening today.