It doesn’t get much easier for Cleveland in the AL Central this season. And, Francisco Lindor is the toast of the town—unsurprisingly, I might add.
Is the rise of politically active athletes new to the sports world? Hardly. There’s plenty of history behind it; we’re just entering a new age.
Many thought it was over when Cleveland went 3-1 up, but this Chicago Cubs fan feels like this is exactly what needed to happen. Where does that leave us?
Sunday night, the Chicago Cubs scored more runs than they did the previous two games. And that was just enough to get this World Series back to Cleveland.
Is this the night it all ends for the Chicago Cubs? They’ll be hoping not, as they turn to Jon Lester with hope he’ll force a Game 6 in Cleveland.
Cleveland turns to Trevor Bauer, and it’s uncertain how long his finger will hold up, while the Cubs look to Arrieta to even the World Series.
It’s a small sample this season, but can Bauer continue his dominance of the Jays tonight? Not if Marcus Stroman and company have anything to say about it.
Can Estrada keep the ball in the yard? Can Hamels keep control? Will Porcello keep delivering? And, can Bauer reverse his fortune? It’s time for the ALDS.
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.
There’s a lot of layers to Yasiel Puig, and there’s a great player in there. But if it materializes again, it probably won’t be for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Between aces in isolation and short hops, there are plenty of appetizers on today’s MLB slate. But how about Bumgarner versus Tanaka as a main course?
Darvish & Gerrit Cole return from injury to kick off their second half—with the former taking on Hammel. Plus McCullers, Iwakuma, Duffy, & Bauer all appear.
Thursday may not boast marquee matchups or aces, but we’ve got the debut of Tyler Glasnow. Plus, Lucas Giolito makes another start, and plenty more.
It’s an NL East showdown between Thor of the Mets and Ross of the Nationals. Plus, Trevor Bauer looks to continue his red-hot streak for Cleveland.
No featured duel? That’s fine—Arrieta, Tanaka, and Hamels all toe the rubber. Plus, Matt Harvey looks to keep rolling on our baseball Friday.
With an excess of starting pitching talent, should the Cleveland Indians move one piece for a bat?
Three pitching duels stand out above the rest of today’s MLB schedule.