The Mets send Thor to the hill aiming to claw their way back into the Fall Classic.
It’s time to wrap up a wonderful, yet bittersweet, 2015 season for the Chicago Cubs.
The Mets took advantage of the Cubs’ inability to hold runners. Why is this such an issue for them and how are they combating it?
With their backs against the wall, will the Cubs find a way to stop the Mets–the Mets!–from stealing wild on them?
It’s gonna be close! Or lopsided! Who can ever tell?
The guys talk vanquishing the Cardinals in the NLDS and what to expect from a very different Mets team.
The Cubs clinch a playoff series at home for the first time in franchise history.
Come for your Jake Arrieta fix, stay for the emerging drama between the Dodgers and Mets.
John Lackey flirts with a no-hitter, as the Cubs’ squander their chances in the opener.
Playoff baseball on the North Side! The guys talk Arrieta, Schwarber, celebrations, and the Cardinals.
A knock-down season series carries over into the postseason, as the more talented Cubs face the more experienced Cardinals.
It’s hard to imagine a better one-game showdown than these two divsiion rivals and Arrieta vs. Cole.
In a time when pitch counts and innings limits are a hot topic, Joe Maddon fears not and goes with the unknown.
Brett and Sahadev talk about a lineup against Gerrit Cole, unwritten rules, and if this season was completely unexpected.
The guys talk about Arrieta’s pitch count, the back end of the rotation, and this weekend’s series with the Pirates.