Lefties cannot touch Chris Sale. Meanwhile, Justin Verlander continues his Renaissance against the Klubot and Cleveland, plus Arrieta and so much more.
What if I told you that the Tampa Bay Rays are going to win the AL East this season? Don’t take my word for it, though—here’s how they got it done.
Our main event between Hammel & Wacha tonight is televised, while numerous respective aces (Price, Harvey, Verlander, Liriano) look to figure things out.
Sunday’s pitching slate is filthy; it’s loaded. And our action kicks off with arguably the best matchup of the day: Bumgarner versus Thor.
There’s no such thing as too much pitching, and today boasts plenty. Starting with Odorizzi-Price in a divisional game early, there’s aces galore to follow.
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.
With a full slate of MLB games today, we look at over a dozen pitchers to watch.
MLB is making up for yesterday’s quiet slate with several great pitching duels available today.
We start the second half of the MLB season with several great pitching duels.
Entering the final weekend before the All-Star break, there’s plenty of matchups to keep your eyes on.
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.
Jake Odorizzi and Phil Hughes headline today’s full slate of MLB games.