Ben and Sam banter about Rich Hill, Jon Lester, and the no-longer-winless Braves and Twins, then discuss some possibly premature evidence that the game has changed since last season.
Answering the eternal question: Will Matt mention Cory Snyder today?
George and J.J. share their bold predictions, featuring two starter sliding into the elite and a potential well-kept secret star on the left side of the infield.
The Red Sox switch catchers, the Blue Jays summon a switch pitcher, and more.
Jake Arrieta turns out another showstopper, the Braves and Twins finally beat their bad karma, and Felix Hernandez keeps company with Randy Johnson.
Is now the right time to try to snatch the Red Sox lefty from a fretting fantasy owner?
Notes on prospects who stood out over the weekend, including Tyler Glasnow, Trea Turner, Alex Meyer, Max Povse, Sean Manaea, and Mike Papi.
In a dominating start this weekend, Chris Sale didn’t just have great stuff; he had incredible range.
Notes on Jameson Taillon’s first start in two years, Josh Naylor, and more.
If you’re unsure what happened in Philadelphia this weekend, here’s the takeaway: Anthropologists of the future will judge us.
If a woman is ever going to make it to the top of baseball’s pyramid, more girls are going to need to be welcomed at the base of it.
How the old adage is probably wrong, and how a pitcher’s reputation might make his manager do bad things.