Kluber and Quintana are off to shaky starts, but have a chance to rectify that against each other. Plus Lester, Harvey, Verlander, Bundy and more tonight.
Lefties cannot touch Chris Sale. Meanwhile, Justin Verlander continues his Renaissance against the Klubot and Cleveland, plus Arrieta and so much more.
Julio Teherán and Gerrit Cole highlight a day filled with ace pitching matchups, in what is arguably our biggest slate of all time.
It doesn’t get much easier for Cleveland in the AL Central this season. And, Francisco Lindor is the toast of the town—unsurprisingly, I might add.
It was never going to be easy, was it? But when Wednesday night finally came to an end, the Chicago Cubs were World Series champions.
It’s come down to this. Game 7 of the World Series. Kyle Hendricks going against Corey Kluber, who’s making his 3rd start of the series. Don’t miss it.
Cleveland had a 3-1 lead on the Chicago Cubs, but here we are. We’ve got one more game of baseball, a Game 7, and there’s plenty to look forward to.
Many thought it was over when Cleveland went 3-1 up, but this Chicago Cubs fan feels like this is exactly what needed to happen. Where does that leave us?
Is this the night it all ends for the Chicago Cubs? They’ll be hoping not, as they turn to Jon Lester with hope he’ll force a Game 6 in Cleveland.
To get the World Series back home, Cleveland only needed one win. They got it last night, and now they turn to Kluber as Chicago looks to John Lackey.
What does Andrew Miller throwing 46 pitches for Cleveland in Game 1 of the World Series mean for Game 2? Right now, that doesn’t matter.
The Fall Classic begins tonight, and between Jon Lester and Corey Kluber, teams have nearly come up empty every time out against them this postseason.
Toronto needs Aaron Sanchez in the worst way, but they get Kluber. Meanwhile, Arrieta battles Rich Hill in an ever-important Game 3.
It’s time for the ALCS to get underway. Kluber struggled mightily against the Jays this season; that’ll have to change against Estrada and company tonight.
Today may be the only day we see all eight remaining MLB playoff teams in action, and the duels are fierce. Will Kershaw v. Scherzer top them all?
The Indians have Corey Kluber and a great offense. which means there’s always a chance. But their rotation is thin and Kluber is ailing. What do they do?
Only 10 games for us to enjoy today, but at least there’s Corey Kluber, who’s pitched himself into the AL Cy Young picture yet again. How about that?