The low-scoring slugfest between 1993’s hottest expansion teams, and more from Monday’s action.
Scherzer threatens another signature start, the Dodgers dip toward .500, and Whit Merrifield is a thing.
Paxton and Bauer duel, Tyler Chatwood keeps getting outs, and Jose Altuve is everything.
The Mets erstwhile ace gets back on track, the Braves are on a bona fide not-cold streak, and Wood beats Wood.
The Astros strike out a slew to set one record, Fernandez whiffs a bunch to tie a franchise mark, and Jackie Bradley is back to being a regular guy.
It was a disaster for the Twins pitcher, just like down the road it was a disaster for the Blue Jays pitcher, J.A. Happ.
The A’s ace adjusts but struggles again, the Yankees hit bombs, Corey Kluber bombs, and the best Bad-Braves Fun Fact we heard yesterday.
Adam Wainwright is a exit-velo monster at the dish, Dallas Keuchel loses a streak, and Lorenzo Cain has a tough night.
The Rays ace was back, for a night. Meanwhile: Noah Syndergaard, Taijuan Walker, Francisco Lindor, and more from Monday.
The Red Sox coax five double-play balls and still find a way to lose, Carlos Rodon comes unglued, Jake Lamb saves the D’backs’ bacon, and more.
I mean, there have been two of them, so there you go. Meanwhile, David Price and Craig Kimbrel couldn’t get it done, and Taylor Jungmann really couldn’t get it done,
Harper is still Harper, Kershaw is still Kershaw, Arrieta is still Arrieta, and the new rule banning takeout slides claims its first victim.
Young & Exciting Vincent Velasquez and Aaron Sanchez win rotation spots, while Brian Duensing wins more time with his family.
Many a fifth starter is down in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Pablo’s gain might be Travis Shaw’s… gain.
The Brewers look to settle the battle for center field, while Eric Sogaard might be facing Triple-A.