A pair of former D-Rays get their walking papers.
We read emails from exotic places, we rank reliever and catcher prospects, we preview the College World Series with Will Kimmey of ESPN, we have our second straight listener of the week named Juan, and Jason hurt his back.
An interview with *the* Mrs. Met sheds some light on a blip in the mascot timeline.
The resurgence of Red Sox lefty Andrew Miller and a tour of the day in the minors.
The tater trots for June 14: the Orioles/Blue Jays game was filled with some great moments.
Jason looks at potential causes for the changing run environment.
Milwaukee got off to a slow start, but with some Princely additions in the offseason, they may still be able to salvage a spot in the playoffs.
The Jays and Rays had plenty of picks, but did they make away like bandits with their hauls?
Examining the approach that has made Ryan Vogelsong a giant among Giants with the aid of PITCHf/x.
Vicente Padilla meets the microdiscectomy, Oakland gets good news on Brett Anderson, Justin Morneau hits the DL (and little else), and a calf strain lengthens the Captain’s road to 3000.
Mets manager Terry Collins has downplayed distractions and risen to the challenges of a major media market in his first season at the helm.
Michael awaits the call-up of Dustin Ackley, notices the success of an already-recalled Oakland infielder, and examines whether Salty has finally figured things out.