There Is No Offseason is a podcast that focuses exclusively on dynasty and long-term keeper formats. We talk major leagues, minor leagues and we never miss an opportunity to take a jab at Craig.
The Cespedes Barbecue boys take in two minor-league games, a couple highly-rated prospects, and a couple creepy mascots.
Ben and Sam banter about elbow injuries and then, in honor of Dan Uggla’s displacement, discuss the least-productive teams at each position.
A look at challenge rates, success rates, and delays so far.
The A’s lefty logs his first complete game since 2006, plus more recaps from a walkoff-filled Wednesday and previews for Thursday.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Carlos Correa, Kris Bryant, and Tyler Glasnow.
Keeping tabs on the hottest pickups in Scoresheet, plus answers to listener questions and a recap of the May Supplemental Draft.
The Orioles get a catcher in a pinch, the Mets drop another closer, and Troy Patton is Troy packin’. Because he got traded.
Why we might be overestimating pitchers’ offensive abilities. Yes, OVERestimating.
A closer look at the first and third basemen who could be going in the draft’s first two days.
The second installment in Perfect Game’s look at the top prospects in the 2014 amateur draft.