Houston Astros’ Mike Fiers (7-4, 3.59 ERA) has continued to perform well this month with a 2.25 ERA. While Philadelphia… Read more July 26 Prediction: Fiers Clashes With Nola To End Series
Milwaukee Brewers’ Jimmy Nelson is currently having the best year of his career with a winning record (8-5) and the lowest ERA that he’s ever had (3.43) on a minimum of 10 starts. His opponent, Washington Nationals’ Gio Gonzalez, is also having a career-year; Gonzalez has an 8-5 record with a career-low 2.83 ERA. They are set for a matchup at Nationals Park.
Los Angeles Angels’ Jesse Chavez (5-10, 4.88 ERA) is currently on a downward spiral after he gave up six runs… Read more July 25 Prediction: Chavez Looks to Break Slump vs Hot Clevinger
Washington Nationals’ Tanner Roark (7-6, 4.98 ERA) gave his best performance of the year in a win against the Cincinnati Reds on July 16. While Arizona Diamondbacks’ Anthony Banda was taken off Triple-A Reno so he could face Roark at Chase Field.
Los Angeles Dodgers’ Rich Hill (6-4, 3.55 ERA) has had an incredible month so far, he’s gotten two wins out of the three games he’s played in this month. While Atlanta Braves’ Julio Teheran had a loss and a win in his last three starts this July. The two will face off as the Dodgers attempt to avoid a sweep to close their series against the Braves at Dodger Stadium.
The St. Louis Cardinals got swept the last time they faced the Chicago Cubs in three close games; they’ll be looking for retribution ahead of their match up against the defending champs in another three-game series at Wrigley Field.
The Baltimore Orioles have been on a hot streak lately, sweeping the Texas Rangers in their last series; they’ve chosen Ubaldo Jimenez (4-5, 7.01 ERA) for their next game as they look to capitalize on their four-game win streak. While the Houston Astros have chosen Mike Fiers (5-4, 3.75 ERA) to start their series against the O’s at Oriole Park.
Photo Credit: Roger Dean Stadium The St. Louis Cardinals have chosen Lance Lynn (8-6, 3.40 ERA), who’s fresh off a… Read more July 20 Prediction: Lynn Rides Hot Start, Closes Four-Game Visit vs Lugo
San Francisco Giants’ Matt Cain (3-8, 5.56 ERA) was sent to the bullpen in his last game after falling 0-7 in his last 10 games. He’s been given a chance to prove that he deserves to be a starter after Johnny Cueto went on the disabled list due to blisters. While Cleveland Indians’ Carlos Carrasco (10-4, 3.65 ERA), who went 6-2 in his last 10 starts, will pitch on the mound to close off their three-game stretch against the Giants at AT&T Park.
The Seattle Mariners are off to a hot start after a three-game sweep against the Chicago White Sox to open their second half of the season. Now they’ll put that win streak to the test as they prepare to face American League’s best team, the Houston Astros, at Minute Maid Park.