Scherzer looks to continue building his case to start for the NL tonight. Plus, Carlos Martinez is on fire & we talk about how dumb pitcher wins are. Again.
Aaron Sanchez is off the DL and ready to go for the Blue Jays. Plus, deGrom and Scherzer also feature while Arrieta and more looks to get back on track.
Max Scherzer returned to brilliance last time out, and you’ll probably get to see it again tonight. Plus a make-up in Denver, Carlos Carrasco and even more.
Jacob deGrom looks to right the Mets’ ship as our 10-game MLB evening features Jake Arrieta, Marcus Stroman and even more.
Marcus Stroman looks to continue his strong start for the Jays, Jake Arrieta looks to settle down, and… what can we make of Arizona’s Robbie Ray?
deGrom might be all that’s left for the Mets; he’s got Scherzer tonight. Plus Stroman, Arrieta, Carrasco and Taillon all take the mound. Where will you be?
Lefties cannot touch Chris Sale. Meanwhile, Justin Verlander continues his Renaissance against the Klubot and Cleveland, plus Arrieta and so much more.
Julio Teherán and Gerrit Cole highlight a day filled with ace pitching matchups, in what is arguably our biggest slate of all time.
After being weathered out yesterday, Detroit and Chicago take each other on as Verlander/Quintana duel. Plus there’s Jake Arrieta, Johnny Cueto and more.
Fantasy baseball is upon us, and with another MLB season approaching, we’ve got 8 names you should wait on and 8 you should snag. Is Byron Buxton for real?
In Shaun’s first mailbag, he tackles which Jake Arrieta will appear in 2017, Matt Garza, and who is the best. The best at what? Well…
The Cubs staved off elimination once; can they do so again? Tonight they turn to Arrieta while Cleveland go to Tomlin, who’s been nearly flawless.
Many thought it was over when Cleveland went 3-1 up, but this Chicago Cubs fan feels like this is exactly what needed to happen. Where does that leave us?
Is this the night it all ends for the Chicago Cubs? They’ll be hoping not, as they turn to Jon Lester with hope he’ll force a Game 6 in Cleveland.
As badly as Cleveland needed Game 1, Game 2 was arguably even more important. Now there’s no doubt about it: Chicago is in the driver’s seat.
Cleveland turns to Trevor Bauer, and it’s uncertain how long his finger will hold up, while the Cubs look to Arrieta to even the World Series.
For several years, the Chicago Cubs were neither lucky nor good. Now in their first World Series since 1945, it’s time to admit they are both.