The Yankees need their stopper, but they face Kluber. Plus the NLDS kicks off!
Corey Kluber is almost back while Chris Sale is the latest case to abolish the ‘win’ stat. Plus Quintana/Duffy, Sonny Gray returns, and much more.
The amount of potential star-power in the ARI-SEA tradea��with Jean Segura and Taijuan Walker as centerpiecesa��is staggering. But the key word is: potential.
The Braves may be awful, but at least there’s Julio Teheran, who faces off against deGrom. Plus Price & Carrasco, and PIT’s Taillon makes his third start.
Bryce Harper was the No. 1 pick in 2010. Manny Machado was No. 3. Today we get to see Jameson Taillon debut, that year’s No. 2 overall selection. Enjoy.
From Danny Salazar and Noah Syndergaard to David Price and Yu Darvish, this afternoon is stacked with secondaries duels and aces in isolation.
After being spoiled rotten Tuesday, tonight’s slate takes a bit of a dive. Can Taijuan Walker rebound from his worst start of the season?
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!
Sunday’s pitching slate is filthy; it’s loaded. And our action kicks off with arguably the best matchup of the day: Bumgarner versus Thor.
We’ve got two marquee duels today, and fortunately for all of us, the times do not intersect. Richards-Sale starts us off, while Greinke-Bumgarner closes.
Daily Pitcher Duels are back here at The Sports Post. And while there’s no Thor-FernA?ndez to talk about, Carrasco-Smyly should provide enough.
The Mariners were supposed to compete this past season; what went wrong?
Just because there’s only 10 games across MLB today, doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to watch.
Our daily look at the best pitchers to watch across MLB.
The season’s first game of one of the sport’s most storied rivalries leads off today’s best pitching match ups.