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, thougha��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 yesterdaya��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.