Today brings us a sturdy slate across MLB, with Fulmer, Price and McCullers all featuring. But what’s happened to Cueto, Cole and Lester?
Carrasco is rolling, as is Lance McCullers Jr. Lester will be just fine, but what about Cueto? Plus, David Price makes his second start. Don’t miss ’em!
It’s a fun night for baseball, with Cueto/Lester and Lynn/Kershaw matching up. Plus, Santana/Bundy, and even a little more.
It appears as though Lance McCullers is all the way back on track. Plus Kershaw looks for redemption at Coors, and Duffy/Bundy square off.
It’s another day featuring the unstoppable Chris Sale, plus a trio of lefties (Duffy, Lester and Quintana) will try to get on track. But that’s not all!
Will you be up for our main event (Kershaw/Cueto)? Will Porcello regain ’16 form, or will Bundy find his strikeouts? Plus, Gerrit Cole is close (and more!)
We don’t get Teherán/Thor tonight, but we still get Teherán, right? Plus, Lance McCullers is off to a great start—how good could he become? And much more…
Kluber and Quintana are off to shaky starts, but have a chance to rectify that against each other. Plus Lester, Harvey, Verlander, Bundy and more tonight.
Our slate is beyond loaded today—Hendricks and Cole look to bounce back while Chris Archer continues his pursuit of the AL Cy Young. And much, much more…
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.
They have to win Game 3 Monday night first, but even if that goes their way with Bumgarner on the mound, can we expect much from this Giants offense?
Today may be the only day we see all eight remaining MLB playoff teams in action, and the duels are fierce. Will Kershaw v. Scherzer top them all?
Johnny Cueto has been very good in his first season for SF, and with their playoff chances hanging in the balance, needs to be again tonight.
In a year when Strasburg has again missed so much time, Tanner Roark has emerged. He battles José Fernández while Cueto battles Hill. But that’s not all.
The Yankees are right in the thick of the playoff race—Tanaka is a big reason why. Plus, Cueto has rebounded from his iffy August. Will it be enough for SF?
Scherzer is having a wondrous season for Washington, while Tanaka looks to keep the Yankees within striking distance of the wild card. Plus, a little extra.
It’s a short but sweet Sunday, with all of our noted arms doing battle this afternoon. Try not to miss Carlos Martinez, Johnny Cueto, and Yu Darvish.
Scherzer, Hamels, Hendricks, and Tanaka are all Cy Young favorites—will the quartet keep rolling? Plus, Greinke battles Cueto as the night comes to a close.