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.
Ben and and Sam banter about Bronson Arroyo and Sean Doolittle, then discuss comments by John Lackey and Jose Bautista.
How would the first round of the 2010 draft go down with the benefit of hindsight?
How can we tell which hitters will have long careers?
The Cardinals take a close one, James Shields carves up his old team, and more action from Monday, plus what to watch today.
Where should a manager bat his burners? And how much does it matter?
The Phillies’ second baseman hasn’t hit well since the beginning of June, but Paul likes his matchup today.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Yankees slugger Peter O’Brien and Giants righty Kyle Crick.
What makes Raimel Tapia’s hit tool special, and what do we look for before we put a 7 on it?
Examining a handful of players who might pique your interest in deep leagues.
Russell Martin talks catching, and a look at outliers around the league.
Tips and tricks for playing the infield, courtesy of the Nats skipper and former five-time All-Star.