The major league season is coming to and end, but we’re still podcasting. After going through your emails, we talk about how we kind of sort of have playoff races and then dive into a new feature where for the next six weeks we’ll spend around five minutes on every system in baseball, going in reverse alphabetical order. Then we are joined by Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe to talk about the Red Sox slide, and it’s onto the goofy stuff with a quick rant about the state of discourse with the release of Moneyball this weekend. As always, we hope you enjoy.
Jonathan Papelbon blows his first save since May, but the Rays remain two games back as they drop one to the Yanks.
The tater trots for September 20: Michael Taylor joins the group, Adrian Gonzalez takes his time.
A quick look at two humorous baseball-related images from today. Only one of the two images was intended to be funny…
With the release of Moneyball this week, BP’s team pitches ideas for baseball movies they’d like to see made.
It looked like there would be no hunts for playoff berths down the stretch, but a few teams are trying to spice things up.
The resurgent Mike Aviles joins VP for the final week of the 2011 season.
Hunter Pence attempts to stay in play for the playoffs, Pablo Sandoval continues to battle a strained shoulder, Cody Ross hits the comeback trail, Asdrubal Cabrera fends off the end of his season, and Kerry Wood gives up the ghost.