Short Relief closes out its week of admiration with three players with absolutely nothing in common.
Suggesting an alternative line of nicknames for the Washington Nationals, and the latest adventures of Brooks Pounders, PI.
For the Cubs, a door closes and a conspiracy theory opens; poetry in wartime between pitchers and mascots; and a small career lost in service.
Mary channels Dickens, Matt brainstorms nicknames, and Trevor has an awkward reacquaintance.
A flashback to Kato Kaelin’s testimony, and a common trade target evaluates their self-worth.
After two days off, SR returns with a record four offerings: NES busts, househunting, letters to Curt Schilling and Furious Cubs.
Matt has a strong video game take, Sam re-evaluates an apparently meaningless home run, and Nathan pauses for breath.
Matt dissects a Jose Altuve commercial, Craig dissects a Jered Weaver tweet, and Mary unmasks the robots behind the plate.
Emma wonders if Juan Samuel missed a chance to break a nonexistent rule, Mary follows a conveyor belt to its unnatural conclusion, and Matt relays some earthly sightseeing.