It’s not a jam-packed slate by any means, but we’ve got FernA?ndez, Smyly, Cole & Corbin to highlight the afternoon, plus an intriguing duel tonight.
Rick Porcello and Yordano Ventura might be the treat of the evening on this baseball Monday, but we dug deep to find the very best today has to offer.
While you won’t find a premiere duel tonight, there’s plenty of talent to keep an eye on: Tanaka, Smyly, BerrA�os, Conley, and Gausman all take the mound.
More quantity than quality today? Perhaps, but Lester-Nicasio lead off our day with CHC looking for a sweep. Later, FA�lix, FernA?ndez, Strasburg, and Kluber.
Aaron Sanchez versus Drew Smyly constitutes our main event of the evening, but there are two big debuts to keep an eye ona��as well as various aces.
Today doesn’t offer too much in terms of a thrilling head-to-head battlea��Smyly-Pinedaa��but there are a few aces in isolation very much worth your time.
While the televised matchup may not be to die for, it pits heated rivals against one another. Plus, we’ve got several aces to keep you occupied.
Daily Pitcher Duels are back here at The Sports Post. And while there’s no Thor-FernA?ndez to talk about, Carrasco-Smyly should provide enough.
It hasn’t been a stark drop off the past two years, but the Rays have reverted to sub-.500 ways.
The Rays aren’t rebuilding, but could use a few pieces for the long-term. Trading the face of the franchise could give them those pieces.
Despite a weak offense and their usual low payroll, the Rays are doing what they’ve done for most of the past eight seasons: competing for the postseason.
Coming off three consecutive postseason appearances, the Detroit Tigers look noticeably different heading into the 2014 campaign.
What team wouldn’t love to have a guy who could could be lights out for 1 to 3 innings, on any given night, in any situation?