Game Two produced an epic duel. Can Justin Verlander and Sonny Gray deliver an encore?
Paul helps you set your fantasy rotation with a look at next week’s two-start pitchers.
The Rangers weren’t sure whether to be buyers or sellers, but things are looking up for Texas after three straight walk-off wins.
Justin Verlander has looked mortal lately, and on Thursday he was hit hard again by the AL’s worst offense.
For one night, the White Sox look like the team to beat in the AL Central.
Former teammates become foes in a tremendous battle of rising young arms in this week’s GotW.
What has to go wrong for Justin Verlander to have a bad day at work?
The Tigers award their ace an extension that will pay him more than any other pitcher (at least until Clayton Kershaw’s next contract). Was it wise?
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The AL results of the 21st-annual Internet Baseball Awards are in, and the big winner is as old as the IBAs are.
Ben and Sam discuss the unpredictable outcome of World Series Game One and observe that Delmon Young is starting to look a lot like Stanley from The Office.
Barry Zito and Pablo Sandoval get the Giants off to an unexpected start.
How do you sell a mismatch like Zito vs. Verlander? By highlighting the differences.
Justin Verlander and the Tigers figure to be too much for Barry Zito and the Giants to handle in Game One.
Detroit’s pitchers toyed with Yankees batters in all four games of the ALCS. Here’s a closer look at two striking Tiger sequences.
Two preseason favorites match up, but there are plenty of surprises about how they got there. Undoubtedly, there are surprises to come.