Gerrit Cole is getting hot at the right time, while Greinke has put together a wonderful 2017. And, it’s been more of the same from Michael Fulmer.
The Atlanta Braves weren’t destined for much this season, but Freddie Freeman emerged better than ever. Now we’ll have to wait and see if that comes back.
We believe we can safely say that Yu Darvish is back, and his Rangers are rolling in part because of that. Plus, Archer and Strasburg also feature.
In the finale of our three-part look back at Pirates MVP-winners, we finish up with two outfielders, and one of the best of all time—Bonds and Cutch.
We’ve highlighted Scherzer plenty this season, but he won’t let up. But what’s going on with Verlander and Martinez. Plus, don’t forget the evening slate!
Mike Trout and Bryce Harper are no-doubters when it comes to the All-MLB lineup, but if you had to fill out an entire card, who else would you choose?
With McCutchen—the latest Pirates MVP—struggling, we wondered: Will the Pirates ever have another? So we’re remembering them all, moving on to Stargell.
Aaron Sanchez looks to stay healthy against the Orioles. Meanwhile, Charlie Morton is fascinating—plus, Sale and deGrom feature as well. Don’t miss ’em!
Pittsburgh’s Andrew McCutchen is off to another shaky start, a far cry from his 2013 MVP-self. Which got us thinking about Clemente, and other Pirates MVPs.
Turns out, Bryce Harper is (still) extremely good at baseball! Plus, the Brewers are surprising and the Rockies finally have pitching. What’s going on?
Aaron Sanchez is off the DL and ready to go for the Blue Jays. Plus, deGrom and Scherzer also feature while Arrieta and more looks to get back on track.
Saturday brings us a limited MLB slate, but still one with Lester/Martinez doing battle for the Cubs and Cards. Plus, Chris Sale and Marcus Stroman feature.
It appears as though Lance McCullers is all the way back on track. Plus Kershaw looks for redemption at Coors, and Duffy/Bundy square off.
Cole/Greinke may headline our MLB evening, but we’ve also got Keuchel/Pineda. Plus, will Bundy find his strikeouts? And, Eduardo Rodríguez is getting there.
On Monday, SF Giants closer Mark Melancon was in New York to reconnect with history—Giants history. He even got to reminisce about his time in pinstripes.
A quartet of aces lead this baseball Wednesday; both Stephen Strasburg & Danny Salazar look to rebound from wobbly starts. Plus, Archer and Darvish feature.
Max Scherzer returned to brilliance last time out, and you’ll probably get to see it again tonight. Plus a make-up in Denver, Carlos Carrasco and even more.