The tater trots for May 25: Philly’s 19-inning affair, Greinke’s blast, Papi’s cadillac.
A pair of former Diamondbacks land in new spots.
No big guests or blow out celebration of an anniversary, just Jason and I babbling about baseball and reading emails from the crazy wing of our listeners. As always, we hope you enjoy.
Buster Posey is gone, and the Giants might be gone as well if they don’t seek immediate aid.
A big-budget international signing for the Padres impresses, and notes from around the day in the minor leagues.
Don Carman’s catalog of cliches.
In a world in which the class of shortstops is older than any time in the last 50 years due to lack of replacements, the Mets deal Reyes at their own risk.
Bryce Harper is one of the most-hyped prospects ever, but he’s still managing to exceed expectations with most of his tools.
Josh Hamilton and Chase Utley are restored to active duty, Dan Johnson and Russell Branyan reach their expiration dates, and J.P. Howell and Lenny DiNardo both re-emerge after long absences, though almost certainly with different results.
Marc assesses the top fantasy performers at each position to see whose hot starts can be trusted, then rides off into the sunset to fight crime in the next town down the road.
Tom Tango returns to address your second and final batch of questions from last week.
An Athletic and a Royal join the pack, while a late-inning Angel bids farewell.
Albert Pujols and Chris Carpenter may be scuffling, but the rest of the Cardinals roster has more than picked up the slack.
As Mariano Rivera leaves his 1,000th appearance behind, see how he stacks up according to Nate’s standards.
A guide to talking to sports reporters without saying anything.