What’s next for New York?
Are we done betting against the Yankees yet?
Suddenly, the Astros have their backs against the wall. Can the Cubs avoid elimination?
The Astros only notched two runs Friday night. Surprisingly, that would hold up.
Masahiro Tanaka didn’t have the best of time on the road this season; will that change tonight?
With their backs against the wall, Greg Bird became the unlikeliest of heroes Sunday night.
It’s not looking god for the Sox and Yankees today.
We’ve got a lean MLB slate today, but it features All-Star selection Stephen Strasburg and arguable snub, Marcus Stroman. Plus, don’t sleep on Steven Matz.
Jacob deGrom looks to right the Mets’ ship as our 10-game MLB evening features Jake Arrieta, Marcus Stroman and even more.
Corey Kluber is almost back while Chris Sale is the latest case to abolish the ‘win’ stat. Plus Quintana/Duffy, Sonny Gray returns, and much more.
The Dark Knight takes the ball from Thor (the Mets are broken); no matter how many righties face Sale, it’s futile. Plus Urías gets the call, and much 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.
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…
Can Masahiro Tanaka rebound? Facing the Baltimore Orioles probably isn’t best for that. Plus Chris Archer, Clayton Kershaw, The King and plenty more.
Baseball is officially back, fans! And we’ve got three great duels today, with Jon Lester/Carlos Martinez as our main event. Where will you be?
Despite the continuous poor play of the White Sox this season, Chris Sale has continued to bring his A-game. Plus there’s Scherzer, Kluber, and much more.
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.