Ben and Sam banter about unwritten rules, then discuss the Angels-Padres trade, Oakland's ingeniousness, and a few other subjects.
On the podcast's second anniversary, Ben and Sam banter about several subjects, then talk about what they would include in a team's instructional manual.
Ben and Zachary talk to Houston Chronicle Astros beat writer Evan Drellich about the Astros' contentious negotiations with no. 1 overall pick Brady Aiken.
Ben and Sam banter about the All-Star Game and answer listener emails about All-Stars vs. Snubs, overly long-term contracts, teaming up on Trout, and more.
Ben and Sam revisit their discussion of early-season statistics to see whether potential trends held up.
Ben and Sam talk to Zachary Levine about ways that Major League Baseball could make All-Star week better.
Ben and Sam discuss their new jobs and the future of the podcast, then talk about how ace starters are defined.
Ben and and Sam discuss Billy Beane's Wall Street Journal op-ed and how Statcast will affect scouting and player evaluation.
Ben and and Sam banter about records they'd like to see broken and answer listener emails about the Yankees' facial hair policy, trying not to hit homers, and more.
Ben and and Sam banter about Bronson Arroyo and Sean Doolittle, then discuss comments by John Lackey and Jose Bautista.
Ben and and Sam talk to Jason Parks about the BP Mid-Season Top 50 Prospects List.
Ben and Russell discuss whether trading David Price (or anyone else) to another team in the same division makes sense.