Mary, Kate and Trevor reflect on the final moments of the Red Sox, in terms of prospects, walls, and toilets.
Kate Preusser and Trevor Strunk on the feeling that it’s all a lot of oysters, but no pearls
Becoming unmoored in extra innings, losing sight of entire careers, and just not having sight at all.
Short Relief devotes a week to shining the spotlight on a handful of players who, for one reason or another, never quite got the love they deserve.
Will Brooks Pounders get his man? Are we truly living in the best of all possible worlds? Find out today in: Short Relief.
Mary channels Dickens, Matt brainstorms nicknames, and Trevor has an awkward reacquaintance.
Instructions on how to fail, thoughts on nicknames, and a Cubs conspiracy uncovered.
Kate rekindles some ballpark missed connections, Emma gazes at Michael Martinez and the Indians, while Trevor matches up Eric Young Jr. and destiny.
Holly celebrates the resurrection of Phillipe Aumont, Meg celebrates the eleven deaths of Clayton Kershaw, and Trevor talks aliens.
Kate wants to protect Joe Biagini from the world, Emma unlocks the secrets of an ancient ritual, and Trevor unearths new truths about Mike Trout.
Holly and Trevor both tackle the Phillies relief corps, from different standpoints, while Patrick reviews Derek Jeter’s 2014 book, The Contract.
David hacks the Cardinals and discovers drafts of the team’s infamous promotional tweet, while Trevor comes to terms with another way the system gets gamed.
The thrilling conclusion of The Case of the Interfering Runner, and the juxtaposition of seasons ending and beginning.
Tales of the end of the world, and moments that felt like it for one man.
Bryce Harper is up to no good, Russ Stephans is up to neither bad nor good, and the Mariners and Angels are up to both at the same time.