The Angels currently sit atop the AL West.
Complete games are rare these days. But while there’s been an uptick of no-hitters, a perfect game doesn’t come around often. How do we remember them?
It’s almost as if the first half of 2016 for Chris Archer didn’t happen. Plus MadBum looks for support, and respective Cy Young winners try to get on track.
Can Masahiro Tanaka rebound? Facing the Baltimore Orioles probably isn’t best for that. Plus Chris Archer, Clayton Kershaw, The King and plenty more.
Our second day of Opening Day festivities boast plenty of star-power with Thor, Darvish, Kershaw and more. Plus, can The Kings regain his throne?
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.
Despite the continuous poor play of the White Sox this season, Chris Sale has continued to bring his A-game. Plus there’s Scherzer, Kluber, and much more.
Who isn’t on the mound this Labor Day? We’ve got Verlander v. Sale, plus Scherzer, Hendricks and so much morea��including an intriguing secondary duel, too.
The bulk of our action begins with Verlander (in vintage form?) dueling Sale. Plus Steven Wright, King Felix, Klubot, and Aaron Sanchez also take the mound.
There’s plenty of intrigue in a matchup of Sale versus the King, and that’s even in their “down” year. Also Klubot is back on the mound and Wright returns.
This afternoon, weather permitting, we really do get Carlos Martinez versus Thor. Plus the King, Danny Salazar, and Steven Wright all make a start.
If it feels like there’s a Cleveland Indians pitcher featured in this space every day, well, yeah… Also, King FA�lix returns to the mound for the Mariners.
Scherzer, Tanaka, deGrom, Lester, King Felix; they’re all on the mound today. But that doesn’t compare to excitement surrounding the debut of Julio UrA�as.
Joe Ross takes on JosA� FernA?ndez in a divisional battle that headlines our Saturday as numerous aces fill out the rest of our schedule. Don’t miss ’em!
Gerrit Cole and Jon Lester highlight our afternoon, but there are plenty of aces on the mound to get you through this baseball Sunday.
On this odd Monday, the main eventa��Moore-HernA?ndeza��may not be for you, but Strasburg, Matz, BerrA�os, and JosA� FernA?ndez all take the mound as well.
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.