This will shut some folks up.
Manager Alex Cora likes what he sees.
It’s gone from bad to worse for the lefty.
Can he do it?
This should fix things.
Time to move on.
Looks like David Price just made a dent in that postseason narrative.
The Jays aren’t really thinking about trading Stroman, are they? Will Archer take that next step again? And, it appears as though the Price is alright.
We’ve got a fun slate to wrap up the weekend, with Martinez, Darvish and Archer all taking the mound. Plus, JosA� Quintana makes his Cubs debut.
3 damn good matchups (Price/Archer, Duffy/Kershaw, Fulmer/Kluber) plus Taillon/Lester and even Yu Darvish? Goodness, not a bad way to go into the break.
Today brings us a sturdy slate across MLB, with Fulmer, Price and McCullers all featuring. But what’s happened to Cueto, Cole and Lester?
Carrasco is rolling, as is Lance McCullers Jr. Lester will be just fine, but what about Cueto? Plus, David Price makes his second start. Don’t miss ’em!
Price appears to have escaped unscathed while Wright can’t catch a break. And, did Rob Manfred actually say something intelligent regarding pace of play?
Remember when the Nationals were going to get everybody? Simpler times. On Tuesday, Boston made the biggest of splashes by acquiring Chris Sale.
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?
Detroit needs a lot to go right today, but first, they need another stellar outing from Verlander. Meanwhile, Toronto needs Sanchez at his best, too.
Cancel your evening plans, because we’ve got all of the pitchers tonight. Scherzer, Verlander, Thor, and Salea��just to name a handful.
Verlander continues to look like his vintage self, while Ervin Santana has been in cruise control for a bad Twins team. Plus, more David Price.