The MLB offseason is here, and awards season is well underway.
What’s better than one Game 5? How about two? Hendricks, Nats—it’s all hands on deck.
Looks like the Chicago Cubs are at it again, folks.
Max Scherzer is back, and the timing couldn’t be better.
Some races are close, but these are our picks for the big regular season awards.
Can Kluber overtake Chris Sale on his final start of the MLB season?
It seems that Corey Kluber still cannot be stopped.
Drew Pomeranz is just the support Boston needs heading into October.
Last time out was the first time in six starts that Scherzer allowed more than two earned runs. Plus, Chase Anderson is turning heads on this sturdy slate.
Drew Pomeranz was the lefty in Boston to step up. Well, the other lefty. He faces Chris Archer. Plus, what can we make of Ervin Santana this season?
This may be our strongest slate of the season—Our NL Cy Young winner (Scherzer), Yu Darvish, Marcus Stroman, and more! What more could you ask for?
Two of the best pitchers in the AL, Corey Kluber and Luis Severino, go at it this evening. But there’s so much more on this sturdy Monday slate.
We haven’t seen a Scherzer in over a month; what gives? Plus, how much hotter can Corey Kluber get? Oh, and let’s not sleep on Zack Godley, okay?
There’s an argument to be made that Corey Kluber has never been better. Plus, are Max Scherzer and Chris Sale coasting towards a Cy Young award?
It was a two-horse race for the NL Cy Young award, and then Clayton Kershaw got hurt. Now, it is solely Max Scherzer’s to lose.
Chris Sale is running away with the AL Cy Young Award, now Max Scherzer will have a chance to do the same over in the NL. Folks, tonight’s slate is loaded.
Clayton Kershaw’s back is acting up again. And while we maybe shouldn’t worry yet, there comes a time when we’ll have to. Are we going to be ready?
With Kershaw injured, Greinke probably isn’t going to steal any Cy Young votes away from Max Scherzer. Still, he’s been great. Plus, deGrom features too!