Tuesday, March 21 2023

Verlander won his third Cy Young Award with the Houston Astros after going 18-4 and posting a career-best 1.75 ERA and striking out 185 batters over 175 innings.


Committing huge money to pitchers will always be riskier than hitters, and especially this trio of arms. Verlander has proven the most durable, but he turns 40 in February and can’t maintain this standard for that much longer … right? Maybe he can!

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Hawks vs. Thunder odds, line: 2022 NBA picks, Dec. 5 predictions from proven computer model


Bruce Cassidy returns to Boston to play NHL's 'best team right now'

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