The struggling Cubs fail to build any momentum, the Angels win without Trout, and the Indians keep destroying the Tigers.
Rain cut short Lucas Giolito’s much-hyped debut, but he fit plenty of impressive pitches in before the delay.
The Mets face the World Series champs again, but their starter gets knocked out by a line drive in the first. Meanwhile, Belt whiffs against a position player pitching, and an inside-the-parker that technically wasn’t.
Colby Lewis’ near-magical day, and more from Thursday’s action.
A play that was almost too close for replay, Ichiro marches on, and the Rangers and Orioles continue to surge.
Bethancourt livens up a lousy day, the Cubs lose behind Arrieta, and Mookie gets… three homers.
The White Sox ace finally gets hit, while Matt Harvey continues to get hit and Jackie Bradley continues to get hits.
Chase Anderson (almost) shuts down the Cubs, Scherzer vs. Syndergaard lives up to the billing, and Kershaw vs. Trout lives up to Kershaw.
Clayton Kershaw is really doing something, David Price finds his feel again, and Chase Headley finally finds second base.
The last-place Yankees continue to suffer, the Blue Jays offense breaks out, and Colin Rea hacks the feed for two hours.
Or maybe he just ran into the Braves at the right time. Plus: Yay Rich Hill, Yay Andrew McCutchen, yay Billy Hamilton.
The Miley cannot hold, mere anarchy is loosed upon the Mariners. Meanwhile, Vince Velasquez allows runs, while Mat Latos postpones the inevitable for one more start.
The Juan Nicasio bubble popped, for one day at least. Meanwhile, Noah Syndergaard keeps getting better, and the Red Sox blow another lead.
The Mets finally won another one against Kansas City, the new slide rule has a second consecutive controversial day, and Carlos Correa makes a highlight.
A closer battle in Philadelphia, urination in Queens, and another year of Ricky Nolasco clogging up your Probable Starters options.