Jason and Paul review the red hot and ice cold players of the past month, who is coming off and going on the disabled list, and the hitters and pitchers making noise on the playing field in June. This week’s musical guest is Pretty Archie.
Both owners who splured on their fantasy backstops and those who went bargain hunting have seen mixed results so far this year.
After a terrific May, Jason explains why owners might be wise to sell high on the Phillies’ left fielder instead of simply enjoying the ride.
Plenty to discuss as the calendar flips to June.
Paul is back, and the guys have added some independent music exposure to the show
Jason Grilli leads the league in saves. Across the state, Jonathan Papelbon has only 10. Few could have foreseen these, and other early closer outcomes, on draft day.
Indians righty Justin Masterson has improved considerably against left-handed hitters this season, and the strides he has made with his slider are at the root of his success.
Paul was away in Philly being a Wedding Singer so Mike Gianella pinch hits in Episode 45.
Is Ryan Vogelsong a buy-low target in fantasy leagues? Jason explains why he might be worth a look.
Jason and Paul were recording their podcast when, once again, an intriguing baseball story unfolded as Bryce Harper took on the wall…and the wall won.
The Rays closer is off to a rocky start, but could a mechanical fix bring back his dominant 2012 form?
Jason and Paul discuss player requests from the Facebook group as they prep for their live show next week in Houston.
Jason examines whether McLouth’s adjustments at the plate can stand the test of time, and his fantasy value in the event that they don’t.
Jason and Paul bless some players talking about them in the morning before they go on to have big Sundays