The MLB offseason is here, and awards season is well underway.
The Red Sox looked to have Houston on the ropes in Game 4, but the Astros didn’t go away.
The Astros are firmly in control, and Boston’s got their work cut out for them now.
Is it possible that José Altuve is getting better?
With Sale leading the charge, will the ALDS give us what the wild card contests didn’t?
Some races are close, but these are our picks for the big regular season awards.
Even a so-so Chris Sale is better than most arms around the league.
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?
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?
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.
The big night is finally here—Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor. But what else? The Dodgers are making history; Chris Sale is too. Ready for our quiz?
Robbie Ray returns after suffering a concussion, Strasburg/Keuchel main event, and we still get Sale, Arrieta and even a little more!
As far as MLB Thursdays go, we’ve got a pretty solid slate on our hands. Carrasco is already out there, and then there’s Severino, Nola and Archer. Oh yeah.
There’s an argument to be made that Corey Kluber has never been better. Plus, are Max Scherzer and Chris Sale coasting towards a Cy Young award?
José Quintana got roughed up a little bit last time, so he’ll look to bounce back tonight. Meanwhile, Corey Kluber looks to remain relatively untouchable.
Chris Sale is running away with the AL Cy Young Award, now Max Scherzer will have a chance to do the same over in the NL. Folks, tonight’s slate is loaded.
If you love good pitching, then today is your lucky day. Chris Sale? Check. Yu Darvish? Check. Carlos Martinez? Check. But that’s far from all.