Stephen Strasburg versus Robbie Ray? Sign us up. Plus we get Lance McCullers, Clayton Kershaw, and Corey Kluber—who is already on the mound.
The Jays aren’t really thinking about trading Stroman, are they? Will Archer take that next step again? And, it appears as though the Price is alright.
Michael Fulmer won’t stop getting grounders; he takes on Duffy tonight. Plus, Severino has been a delight in NY and Bumgarner hopes for some run support.
This week’s quiz, we’re taking a trip back to the past. From Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game to a World Series that wasn’t, it’s time to take your shot!
Carlos Carrasco has been up-and-down as of late, while deGrom and Greinke are rolling. Plus, Sonny Gray’s auditions continue. We’ve got all that and more!
The Diamondbacks are off to a great start, but if they had a need it was certainly on the offensive end. J.D. Martinez addresses that, and then some.
It’s a lean slate, but we’ve got lefties in Robbie Ray and Clayton Kershaw that won’t stop striking batters out. Plus, is it Kershaw/Scherzer for Cy Young?
Strasburg gets us started; both he and McCullers will look to bounce back. Plus, an intriguing contest between Stroman and the returning Eduardo Rodríguez.
We’ve got a fun slate to wrap up the weekend, with Martinez, Darvish and Archer all taking the mound. Plus, José Quintana makes his Cubs debut.
Madison Bumgarner is back, though that doesn’t mean much for the Giants. But we also get Chris Sale, Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber and even more.
The Sports Post weekly quiz returns! This time we’ve got questions on Lonzo Ball, Paul George, Carson Palmer and so much more. Are you ready?
Thursday, the Cubs made a deal with the White Sox to acquire José Quintana. Was it out of desperation? Did the reigning champions give up too much?
José Berríos and Charlie Morton get the post-MLB break started, but that’s far from all. We are also treated to deGrom and Carlos Carrasco. Don’t miss ’em!
The Chicago Cubs wasted little time in starting their second half by acquiring White Sox lefty José Quintana on Thursday. So, how does the trade look?
Just for one day, Coney Island’s stadium welcomed a sport unknown or forgotten by many in the neighborhoods of New York: stickball.
Was Tuesday night’s All-Star Game as exciting as Monday’s Derby? Maybe not, but we got a Bryce hair-flip, Canó heroics, and first-timers having a ball.
The NL will look to break out of their slump tonight in the 2017 All-Star Game. What can we expect? And, how much fun should we have? (Hint: All of it).