It may sound crazy, but let’s entertain the idea that he knows what he’s talking about.
The Rays have flipped the script this year. Can they win like this, or is an adjustment coming?
The Prospect Tracker has undergone some improvements, including being able to see how your Team Tracker teams are doing. Additionally, stats are now selectable for years other than the year the prospects were ranked.
A very special Interleague hit list, in which all the comments are basically exactly the same as always.
Paul is back, and the guys have added some independent music exposure to the show
Josh offers seven players worthy of your waiver-wire attention, plus a wild card in the Brewers’ fluid bullpen landscape.
News and notes from around the league for May 29, 2013.
The Pirates’ bullpen might help the pull the team out of its 20-season slump. Tonight, Brandon McCarthy will try not to let Nelson Cruz use his boomstick.
Jason Grilli leads the league in saves. Across the state, Jonathan Papelbon has only 10. Few could have foreseen these, and other early closer outcomes, on draft day.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about errors, ancient players, whether hitters should swing more often on 3-0, and more.
Is the Royals’ first baseman coming out of his slump, or still struggling?
Paul gives you some advice on how to get trade negotiations going and cautions against actions that could stop them dead in their tracks.