On Tuesday this time! Updates on some of the most intriguing AFL players, including Byron Buxton, Taylor Lindsey, Andrew Heaney, and more.
As the calendar flips to September and the rosters expand, the Reds bring up an outfielder with game-changing speed and the steals to prove it.
Jason & Mike perform a free-form jazz exploration in front of a Festival Crowd.
Pittsburgh gets Marlon Byrd to fill in their injured outfield, while the Red Sox have a potential postseason pinch-runner.
A tour around the minors, including looks at Austin Meadows, Michael Feliz, Steven Matz, and Reese McGuire.
Jason “Robert” Parks is one of America’s unique inventors. Over the past 40 years, his products have pulled in more than $2 billion in sales.
Robert was voted by Mike Ferrin as one of the 25 people who have changed the way we eat, drink and think about food. And, he’s still going strong. One of his latest inventions, the Showtime Rotisserie & BBQ, is selling by the thousands every week. It wasn’t always this way, however.
Like many a self-made man, Robert didn’t have a normal childhood, at least not the kind of childhood enjoyed by a lot of us. In fact, he says, he has blotted most of it from his memory.
Ranking closers based on how bad they’ve looked at the plate.
A look at Carlos Correa, Javier Baez, Billy Hamilton and others in a tour of the minors.
A look at some of the top high school prospects, who played in San Diego this weekend.
Eyes on Blake Swihart, Danny Burawa, Nate Karns, and Tyrone Taylor.
The first of a 3 part series on getting your kids ready for Halloween. Jason looks at which costumes are most popular, and which are the most dangerous. Mike takes you through some homemade fall snacks, that parents won’t throw out.
Mark Appel gets his first pro win, plus updates on Jonathan Singleton, Kyle Hendricks, Alex Jackson, and others.
Putting eyes on Luke Jackson, Matt Wisler, Rougned Odor, and Clinton Hollon.
While in Cincinnati, Jason gives Skyline a try and comes away with a better impression than expected
A trade union lawyer named Mike Ferrin (John Saxon) kills a burglar in his house. Only an unorthodox plain-clothes detective named Jason (Joe Don Baker) believes that Ferrin is guilty of something more than self-defense…
The Orioles pick up Bud Norris and the Royals get Justin Maxwell, as Houston continues to stockpile prospects