Looks like even-year magic has run its course.
There is some good news, however.
The Giants’ ace cannot catch a break…
San Francisco is already coming off a rough season…
Carrasco and Strasburg are only 2 of 7 aces going today. Plus, Thor gets an inning.
Strasburg has been pitching like a man possessed recently, but it’s been anything but that for deGrom. Plus, how terrific has Robbie Ray been?
It’s Sunday, primetime, and that means… it’s time for the Red Sox to take on the Yankees tonight on ESPN. Oh, and Chris Sale gets to work his magic again.
There’s only 10 games to worry about across MLB today, but in Jacob deGrom, Zack Greinke and Madison Bumgarner, there’s plenty to enjoy on the mound.
Sonny Gray continues doing his thing for the Yankees, Hamels keeps looking for strikeouts, and… what’s going on with Gerrit Cole?
Since returning from a shoulder issue, Cleveland’s Danny Salazar has been nearly untouchable. Plus, is Bumgarner being preserved in a lost season?
Sonny Gray has allowed two earned runs apiece in his two starts with the Yankeesa��both losses. Can the Yanks get something going against deGrom? Good luck.
Well, would you look at the Diamondbacks. They have Zack Greinke to thank for plenty this year. He takes on Alex Wood and MadBum features against the Cubs.
What will Darvish bring to the Dodgers? We get our first peek tonight as he takes on Jacob deGrom. Plus, how will James Paxton follow up his stellar July?
Lance McCullers has been shaky lately; will he rebound? Plus MadBum keeps pitching for the lowly Giants and we get a fun matchup in Faria/Montgomery.
Got any plans tonight? Why not watch Jameson Taillon take on Madison Bumgarner? But trust us, that’s far from all we’ve got.
Michael Fulmer won’t stop getting grounders; he takes on Duffy tonight. Plus, Severino has been a delight in NY and Bumgarner hopes for some run support.
Madison Bumgarner is back, though that doesn’t mean much for the Giants. But we also get Chris Sale, Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber and even more.
It’s almost as if the first half of 2016 for Chris Archer didn’t happen. Plus MadBum looks for support, and respective Cy Young winners try to get on track.