Well, we’re getting Stephen Strasburg after all. Are you ready for some chaos?
If you’re looking for the unlikeliest of postseason heroes, add Friday night’s to your collection.
Friday night, Corey Kluber didn’t have it. Aaron Hicks made damn sure of that.
The Yankees need their stopper, but they face Kluber. Plus the NLDS kicks off!
Thursday, Terry Francona’s decision to start Trevor Bauer in Game 1 paid off.
Some races are close, but these are our picks for the big regular season awards.
Can Kluber overtake Chris Sale on his final start of the MLB season?
It seems that Corey Kluber still cannot be stopped.
Strasburg hasn’t allowed an earned run since August 19th. What gives?
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.
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?
This may be our strongest slate of the season—Our NL Cy Young winner (Scherzer), Yu Darvish, Marcus Stroman, and more! What more could you ask for?
Two of the best pitchers in the AL, Corey Kluber and Luis Severino, go at it this evening. But there’s so much more on this sturdy Monday slate.
We haven’t seen a Scherzer in over a month; what gives? Plus, how much hotter can Corey Kluber get? Oh, and let’s not sleep on Zack Godley, okay?
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.
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?