Drew Pomeranz is just the support Boston needs heading into October.
Remember when the Twins were sellers? Now Ervin Santana is lining up to start in the playoffs.
Strasburg hasn’t allowed an earned run since August 19th. What gives?
Can Alex Wood find his stuff against the Nationals?
Who’s going to stop the Indians?
Robbie Ray or Zack Godley—take your pick. They’re both breaking out for the D-Backs this season, and we get the latter tonight. But that’s not all.
Last time out was the first time in six starts that Scherzer allowed more than two earned runs. Plus, Chase Anderson is turning heads on this sturdy slate.
Corey Kluber looks to push Cleveland’s winning streak to 20 while Clayton Kershaw looks to halt the Dodgers’ skid at 11. But that’s far from all.
It was only 3 weeks ago that we were talking about the Los Angeles Dodgers as one of the greatest teams of all time. So how much does their slump matter?
Another day, another loss for the Los Angeles Dodgers. If they’re unable to turn it around the rest of the way against the Giants, then what?
Cleveland cannot seem to stop losing, and Carlos Carrasco has been a huge part of that. The same can be said for Zack Greinke and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Strasburg has been pitching like a man possessed recently, but it’s been anything but that for deGrom. Plus, how terrific has Robbie Ray been?
Luis Severino is the future of the Yankees’ rotation. Meanwhile, Chris Sale is no longer a runaway Cy Young winner. Plus, can Alex Wood snap LA out of it?
Drew Pomeranz was the lefty in Boston to step up. Well, the other lefty. He faces Chris Archer. Plus, what can we make of Ervin Santana this season?
Sonny Gray got rained out yesterday, so he’ll go today. Can Kluber make it 15 straight for Cleveland? And then there’s Clayton Kershaw?
Cleveland just won their 14th in a row; the Diamondbacks did something they’ve never done before. But that’s not all that happened Wednesday around MLB.
After such a wonderful start to his season, we haven’t seen Lance McCullers since July 30. Injuries have certainly played their part; can he bounce back?
Time may be running out for Justin Verlander to capture a World Series ring, and his first start as an Astro comes tonight. But that’s far from all.