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Buster Posey was injured one year ago, but hits like Scott Cousins’ are less celebrated than they were three decades ago.
In the midst of an offensive breakout, Adam Jones agrees to a six-year extension.
Tim Hudson has a new scar, a slightly different anatomy, and almost exactly the same numbers he had before his surgery.
There’s stuff going on in baseball, so we keep talking about it. Our listeners killed it on emails this week, including some outstanding tales of #want, and then we talk about the Orioles, potetial shenanigans in the 2012 draft, Dodgers prospects and wrap up Jason’s time watching some Carolina League games in Wilmington. Our special guest is Shi Davadi, columnist for Sportsnet as we talk about the Blue Jays and the unique mindset of Blue Jays fans, but Shi is not only a journalist, he’s a journalism instructor, so we review last week’s rant on the state of Internet baseball content as well. From there it’s the goofy stuff with good music, good drink and good ringtones.
Getting the most out of an arm as valuable as Stephen Strasburg’s is a fraught task for the Nationals.
The Rangers are at the top of this report. They’re also under .500 over the past four weeks.
The Towers of Power Fantasy Hour (or 2, or 3) is back with episode 5. 2:22:52 of fantasy baseball goodness.
The Reds might have finally found their solution in the leadoff spot.
Which two-start pitchers are worth using in your fantasy league this week?
Do pitchers really throw harder in tight spots? And if so, how much velocity can they add?
Giants vs. Brewers, Monday, May 21st.
If you want to know what the effects of the expanded playoffs are, why not ask the NBA?
Hal Steinbrenner tells us that the rumors about his family selling the team are a “complete fiction”. Here, then, are 15 fictional characters who might be able to buy the club.