MLB fans will watch with bated breath as Albert Pujols attempts to get his 3,000 hit again tonight as the Angels take on the Mariners.
The game every MLB fan should be watching on Thursday will be in Los Angeles, as Albert Pujols looks to make history and join the 3,000 hit club.
MLB players are striking out more than they are getting hits for the first time ever, but a full slate of games on Wednesday looks to start to reverse that.
If you are a pitching fan, Tuesday's MLB schedule is the one for you. Six of the best pitchers in baseball take the hill tonight. Also- what will the Dodgers next steps be after Corey Seager is ruled out for the rest of the year?
A full day of afternoon MLB baseball is on the docket today, but the real fireworks will be this evening when the Yankees and Angels take the field for Sunday Night Baseball.
Two double-headers and divisional match-ups rule the MLB schedule today, as the Cardinals meet the Pirates and the Dodgers and Giants play two!
Friday sees quite a few MLB games on the schedule, and we think the Diamondbacks and Nationals should have your attention, along with the A's visiting the Astros.
Didi Gregorius is red hot right now, riding a nine game hit streak and leading the Yankees in homers, average, and RBI's. Thursday the Yanks take on the Twins. Plus, even more MLB action!
A great pitching match-up in SanFrancisco and the top prospect in baseball makes his grand entrance in Wednesday's MLB schedule.
A 2016 World Series rematch headlines the MLB schedule on Tuesday, as the Cubs travel to Cleveland for a two-game series with the Indians.
A light schedule awaits MLB fans on Monday, but a big series opens in the AL West as the Angels head to Houston to take on the Astros.
As always, we have a full slate of MLB games today with the Blue Jays visiting the Yankees and in Sunday Night Baseball the Nationals take on the Dodgers.
The first no-hitter of 2018 has been thrown by Oakland A's pitcher Sean Manaea against the Boston Red Sox Saturday night in their 3-0 victory.
MLB always puts on a full schedule on the weekend, and today is no different. The mariners are taking on the Rangers, Yanks/Blue Jays, and more!
Friday has a full line-up of MLB games, but only one is an absolute must watch. The Nationals and Max Scherzer march into Dodger Stadium to face off with Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers.