Jeff Mathis got to pinch-hit and it mattered.
It’s an intimate show loaded with baseball talk. We go through your email (the listeners have come up big in the last two weeks) and then we look back at Pudge Rodriguez, look at some present with some surprising hot starts in the big leagues, and then look forward with the possibility of the 2011 draft being a monster. Then Jason regales us with tales from his week watching Carolina League baseball. From there it’s the goofy stuff, including a video game recommendation that I think will appeal to the statistically minded.
Why Cubs fans need to exercise a bit of caution with Anthony Rizzo, and notes on 35 more prospects.
Jason looks back on 2011 chat answers and how his advice panned out
A profile of Jays RHP Drew Hutchison, who will make his major league debut on Saturday.
The tater trots for April 19: Curtis Granderson had himself a big night.
…and the Rangers lived Napoli ever after.
It’s the end of a catching era; Pudge Rodriguez is hanging up the spikes.
Things might not look cheery in Houston, but J.D. Martinez is trying to turn the tides.
The Cardinals lose Lance Berkman, but Skip Schumaker is on his way back.
Celebrating Jamie Moyer at the end of a week in which he became the oldest pitcher ever to win a major-league game.
What transpired during Jon Lester’s 50-pitch inning against the Rangers earlier this week?
Jason has more notes on Royals and Indians prospects from his recent trip to Delaware.
It’s early, but as a group, Derek’s value picks have picked up value.