The 2016 MLB season had it all—the end of a drought, new stars, a wonderful send off—but can the 2017 season replicate last year’s magic?
It’s too soon; it always is. Over the weekend, the Dominican Republic and the game of baseball lost two of their own: Andy Marté and Yordano Ventura.
If there’s one thing we can learn from José Fernández, it’s to enjoy the little things. The big things. Everything. Especially when it feels like we can’t.
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.
Jon Lester has been on an absolute tear and Kershaw is back for his second start since returning from injury—plus Bumgarner, Fernández, and more!
Friday’s great—but it’s not just any Friday, now is it? Today features the return of Clayton Kershaw as he goes against José Fernández.
It’s quality over quantity today, bringing us an NL battle between Bumgarner and Arrieta. Elsewhere, José Fernández can’t stop making batters look silly.
Will the strikeouts keep rolling for José Fernández? Can Arrieta cut out the walks? Plus, Iwakuma duels Darvish. Not bad for a Monday night.
We’ve got matchups (deGrom/Martinez, Teheran/Greinke), we acknowledge Hendricks, and there’s baseball going well into the night. It’s our best slate yet.
Great slates keep rolling. Arrieta kicks off our afternoon but there’s plenty of fun late—including deGrom versus Bumgarner as a nightcap. What else?
Johnny Cueto battles José Fernández on this typically limited Monday slate, but we’ve also got an intriguing matchup between Hamels and Colorado’s Anderson.
The Subway Series continues with a doozy tonight, as Tanaka takes on deGrom. Plus there’s Bumgarner, Carrasco, Fernández, Cole, and so much more.
No featured matchup today, but we’ve got Fernández, Sale, and Cueto—just to name a few. Plus, we give props to Washington’s Tanner Roark.
There are aces aplenty on this baseball Saturday, but our biggest matchup tonight is a divisional battle: Jacob deGrom versus José Fernández.
Sure it’s just an 11-game slate this Monday, but one featuring Kluber, Sale, Fernández. Plus a duel between Jon Lester and Steven Matz along the way. Enjoy!
Tuesday night’s All-Star game didn’t produce a ton of runs or one jaw-dropping highlight after another, but it’s important to enjoy the little things.
This is the kind of slate we’ve been waiting for! The deck is stacked with aces (Sale, Arrieta, Hamels, etc..) and features a duel between Strasburg & Thor.