The Morning Edition (May 26, 2013)

Clip art illustration of a Cartoon Tiger with a Missing Tooth

 

From Last Night:

  • Pagan hits a walk off inside the park homerun against the Rockies
  • Peavy goes the distance as the Sox walk off against Miami
  • Gomez homers twice but it’s not enough to beat the Bucs
  • Moore is strong against the Yanks but the bullpen blows it in extras
  • The Red Sox offense picks up a mediocre Lester against the Tribe

What I’m Watching Today:

  • Garza against Cueto in Cincinnati (1p Eastern)
  • Hamels and Strasburg duel in DC (130p Eastern)
  • CC and Cobb at the Trop (130p Eastern)
  • Corbin gets the Padres (4p Eastern)
  • SHELBY MILLER VERSUS CLAYTON KERSHAW (4p Eastern)

The Big Question:

  • Which game most intrigues you today?

The answer to that is obviously Cardinals and Dodgers as it includes two very good starters who are pitching well as of late. Kershaw is a well established Appointment Television starter and Shelby Miller, I can tell you on good authority, is just one good start away from making that list. Kershaw enters the game at 5-2 through 73.1 innings with a 1.35 ERA, 2.53 FIP, and 2.0 WAR, not to mention a dazzling track record while his opponent, Miller, is 5-3 through 57 innings with a 1.74 ERA, 2.45 FIP, and 1.6 WAR to go along with his prospect pedigree. One likely expects a great pitchers’ duel from this one, but as the author learned just last week in the Verlander-Darvish Fiasco of 2013, great pitching matchups sometimes disappoint the viewer who wishes to see nothing but amazing starting pitching. The game not only features two of the authors favorite pitchers to watch, but it takes place after the Tigers game and will be announced by the golden pipes of Vin Scully. Enjoy, world.

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