The tater trots for June 22: Chris Heisey has the best trio of trots ever.
We ponder the seemingly inexplicable decision by Jim Riggleman to walk away from a team on the rise.
We think every episode is good, but this one especially so. Our special guest is Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels, our listener of the week, Professor Matt Sienkiewicz talks to us about the Middle East and the merits of Sylvester Stallone’s First Blood, and I respond to Toronto’s general manager Alex Anthopolous being so angry. Obviously, there’s lots of other stuff too which is why the show is so damn long, and as always, we hope you enjoy.
The Nationals haven’t been spectacularly awful this year, meaning the doom and gloom in DC may finally be lifting.
The Yankees have one of the top farm systems in baseball, but are they too cautious with their prospects?
A pair of right-handed starters return to their respective teams
How the Cards can cope with the abdication of Prince Albert (and its implications for his payday), a Barton in hand becomes one in the bushes, and the D’backs, Braves, and Giants pursue blasts from the past for their benches.
Are these guys failed shortstops, or is there more to the prospect than meets the eye?
Trying to choose a fantasy rotation based solely on pitcher wins is not the best strategy to use.
For the second straight year, the Blue Jay’s offense has been an outlier, though this season their strangeness shows up in their splits.
Enlisting a new type of analysis to reveal who’s winning the eternal battle between batters and pitchers, and why.
The Giants have a struggling offense, but is there any hope on the horizon?
Mike welcomes another Dodger to the party, scopes out some potentially cheap saves in Seattle, and declares that he’s had enough of writing about Kevin Gregg.
Phillies right-hander Trevor May’s career night is highlighted in a trip around the day in the minors.
Bleed us dry, no problem. Bleed our BASEBALL team, and buddy, you’ve got a problem.