The Astros are firmly in control, and Boston’s got their work cut out for them now.
The Yankees need their stopper, but they face Kluber. Plus the NLDS kicks off!
Can Kluber overtake Chris Sale on his final start of the MLB season?
The Phillies haven’t been anything to write home about, but Aaron Nola certainly has.
Drew Pomeranz is just the support Boston needs heading into October.
Drew Pomeranz was the lefty in Boston to step up. Well, the other lefty. He faces Chris Archer. Plus, what can we make of Ervin Santana this season?
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.
The San Diego Padres knew they were rebuilding during the 2016 campaign and made several moves accordingly. But was the ’16 campaign a success?
The Boston Red Sox currently lead the AL East, but they’ll have to rely on their starting pitching down the stretch. Will it be enough?
Even with only 11 games tonight, we’ve got a few battles. Carlos Martinez takes on Thor, while Arrieta, Sanchez, Verlander, and Pomeranz all pitch.
If it feels like there’s a Cleveland Indians pitcher featured in this space every day, well, yeah… Also, King Félix returns to the mound for the Mariners.
It’s not the most stacked of days, but we save the best action for late—Pomeranz versus Cueto headlines, and Clayton Kershaw takes the mound again as well.
After being spoiled rotten Tuesday, tonight’s slate takes a bit of a dive. Can Taijuan Walker rebound from his worst start of the season?
The season’s first game of one of the sport’s most storied rivalries leads off today’s best pitching match ups.