We don’t think the Dodgers planned on Alex Wood being their potential savior in October.
If the Chicago Cubs weren’t drained already, last night’s Game 4 may have done it.
Suddenly, the Astros have their backs against the wall. Can the Cubs avoid elimination?
Can Alex Wood find his stuff against the Nationals?
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?
It’s Sunday, primetime, and that means… it’s time for the Red Sox to take on the Yankees tonight on ESPN. Oh, and Chris Sale gets to work his magic again.
We haven’t quite seen vintage Cole Hamels this season, but lately he’s been quite good. Can he keep that up against the surging Angels?
Well, would you look at the Diamondbacks. They have Zack Greinke to thank for plenty this year. He takes on Alex Wood and MadBum features against the Cubs.
Quintana and Greinke get our afternoon started with a doozy of a duel. Plus, what can we expect when Sonny Gray makes his Yankees debut against Kluber?
Dallas Keuchel returns today as a trio of lefties highlight our Friday slate—Alex Wood and the “Beautiful Disaster” that is Robbie Ray also feature.
Santana had a weird June; what will July hold? Can deGrom stay hot? And we’re not much for the win-loss stat, but Alex Wood is close to something special.
We’ve got a loaded slate for you tonight—deGrom, McCullers, Ray, & even Alex Wood. And, what’s Tampa feeding ’em down there? Jacob Faria features too.
Is Chris Archer the AL’s only answer to Chris Sale? Plus we get more Yu Darvish, a slowing Strasburg, and a resurgent Alex Wood. Don’t miss ’em!
Max goes for his fifth Scherzer tonight against the Padres, while we also get deGrom, Chris Archer and a red-hot Alex Wood. Don’t miss ’em!
We don’t get Teherán/Thor tonight, but we still get Teherán, right? Plus, Lance McCullers is off to a great start—how good could he become? And much more…
More quantity than quality today? Perhaps, but Lester-Nicasio lead off our day with CHC looking for a sweep. Later, Félix, Fernández, Strasburg, and Kluber.
Today doesn’t offer too much in terms of a thrilling head-to-head battle—Smyly-Pineda—but there are a few aces in isolation very much worth your time.
While the televised matchup may not be to die for, it pits heated rivals against one another. Plus, we’ve got several aces to keep you occupied.