Brett and Sahadev get real serious about baseball (well, kinda), talking Cubs bullpen issues (yes, again), Wild Card matchups, and a deep roster.
Brett and Sahadev talk about what the series win in St Louis means, cheating in sports, pitch counts, and more.
Welington Castillo hadn’t broken through in Chicago and wasn’t getting a clean shot this year; two stops later, he’s broken out in the desert
Brett and Sahadev talk about injuries and depth, the Wild Card lead, and the Giants weak schedule.
While no-hitters may be more common than in the past, that doesn’t change the fact that Jake Arrieta has arrived on the national scene.
Brett and Sahadev talk chicken, injuries, Javy Baez, and bullpen management.
Brett and Sahadev talk possible August moves and pitching issues.
How do the Giants continue to produce major leaguers who outperform their perceived ceilings?
Brett and Sahadev talk Castro’s benching, the hot streak, pizza, and more.
The frequently-traded right-hander has a new home in Chicago, and Philadelphia’s speedster heads north.
Addison Russell struggled in his introduction to the majors, but he’s hitting better lately; what’s changed?
Brett and Sahadev talk about some holes exposed during a recent slump and moves that could help alleviate those issues.
Brett and Sahadev talk roster management, a struggling offense, and the trade deadline.
Brett and Sahadev look back on the first half, voice both concerns and optimism for the second half, and discuss what type of moves could help.
PECOTA has been right on some guys, and way off others.
Brett and Sahadev talk about the Cubs turning the tables on the Cards.