Marcus Stroman bounces back, Jae-Gyun Hwang and Miguel Andujar had fun debuts, and Alex Meyer showed his whole scouting report.
Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander fall short of history, Salvador Perez beats Robby Scott, Jose Berrios looks great again, and Orlando Arcia makes magic.
Things get even worse for Matt Harvey, Logan Morrison powers up, the Dodgers break Andrew Miller, and Aaron Hicks robs a grand slam.
CC Sabathia adjusts, Trey Mancini hits a pair, Kershaw faces Strasburg, Farmer faces Meyer, and MIKE ZUNINO.
Sean Manaea slows things down, Chad Pinder goes deep twice, Houston wrecks Minnesota, and Max Schezer and Carlos Martinez dominate.
Luis Severino gets back on track, Sonny Gray looks like his old self, Jose Berrios dazzles with his hook, and Billy Hamilton is very fast.
Lance McCullers pays tribute to Jose Fernandez in Miami, Freddie Freeman leaves with an injury, the Mets keep stumbling, and benches clear.
German Marquez shuts down the Cubs at Coors Field, Andrew Triggs keeps rolling, Matt Wieters walks off his former team, and Cody Bellinger impresses again.
A curveball gets Kevin Gausman the boot, both New York teams do some heavy hitting, Matt Hollidays smacks 300, and Byron Buxton does it again.