The Dodgers faced their toughest task in Justin Verlander last night. They survived.
With Verlander on the mound tonight, Game 6 couldn’t look much better for the Astros.
The Astros are one win away from a title, but catch your breath—Game 6 is Tuesday night.
Houston’s not in a favorable spot, but they’ve got Justin Verlander going. Can he do it again?
Charlie Morton was at his best, and now Houston is playing for baseball’s biggest price.
Tonight might be the last start CC Sabathia ever makes for the New York Yankees.
Friday night, the Astros showed that they weren’t done yet.
This could be it for the Astros, but at least they’d be going out with Verlander on the mound.
Are we done betting against the Yankees yet?
Need to catch your breath, baseball fans? Don’t worry—so do the Astros.
The Red Sox looked to have Houston on the ropes in Game 4, but the Astros didn’t go away.
With Sale leading the charge, will the ALDS give us what the wild card contests didn’t?
Right now, there’s no stopping either Verlander or Hill as the season winds down.
Since moving to the Astros, opposing teams can barely touch Justin Verlander.
Corey Kluber looks to push Cleveland’s winning streak to 20 while Clayton Kershaw looks to halt the Dodgers’ skid at 11. But that’s far from all.
Time may be running out for Justin Verlander to capture a World Series ring, and his first start as an Astro comes tonight. But that’s far from all.
Michael Wacha will end our evening while continuing his bounce-back season in LA, but before that we’ll get to see deGrom, Ray & Verlander. Don’t miss ’em!
We’ve highlighted Scherzer plenty this season, but he won’t let up. But what’s going on with Verlander and Martinez. Plus, don’t forget the evening slate!