Deciding between Max Scherzer and Corey Kluber is fun to start, but the hitter options are rich, especially Dodgers bats against righty Chad Billingsley.
'You wonder why a team is last, and then you watch them play. And it's not the great, big egregious things, but the little things that happen throughout the game.'
Pitching choices are tricky Monday, so Chris Sale will be the chalk pick again. But Heath Cummings says great hitter options like Joc Pederson can carry you.
Miguel Sano is the flavor of the week, but that doesn't mean rushing him into your Week 14 lineup. Scott White suggest bats like Denard Span and Andre Ethier instead.
With less than two full season as the manager of a terrible roster, we can't know what to think about Ryne Sandberg as a manager.
Still trying to shake off the Michael Pineda funk? Heath Cummings is and looks for solid with Madison Bumgarner and Yankees hitters at home.
The Pirates won for the 13th time in 16 games on Sunday. That story and lots more is covered in this edition of Eye on MLB, aka The Eye.
The Marlins hit rock bottom on Sunday when they were nearly no-hit and fired manager Mike Redmond. You can find that story and much more in today's Eye on MLB post.
Soft comebacker hit by a fellow pitcher wasn't dangerous or anything, but it was still cool looking.
Mets prodigy Noah Syndergaard had a good debut that was overshadowed by Kris Bryant. The Rockies lost their 10th straight game and the A's broke a six-game losing streak. All that and much more. Come get caught up!

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