George, Mike, and Bret Sayre banter about the brawl in San Francisco, Mike Troutâ€™s injury, and discuss BPâ€™s in-season fantasy rankings updates at starting pitcher, outfield, and relief pitcher.
Houston climbed over Minnesota’s bullpen and into the top spot.
Sean Manaea slows things down, Chad Pinder goes deep twice, Houston wrecks Minnesota, and Max Schezer and Carlos Martinez dominate.
Kris Bryant and Nolan Arenado lead the way as expected, even if they haven’t produced quite as much as hoped. Joey Gallo continues to crank home runs despite warning signs, and Nick Castellanos owners wait patiently by the box score for signs of a big rebound.
Cubs fans are freaking out, but they aren’t even at the top of the panic heap.
Zack continues his bemused exploration of baseball anime, while Mary combs through the ashes to preview the upcoming Red Sox-Orioles series.
Ronald Acuna, Bo Bichette, Andy Ibanez, and more.
J.D. Martinez got off to a late start, but is traveling five star from here to 162. Mike Trout, out for a while, must make more pedestrian accomodations.
Notes on Ibandel Isabel, Dennis Santana, Jake Woodford, and more.
Manny Machado has too much of a track record to be dropped from the five starsâ€”even if he’s not hitting like an elite SS.
What does average mean for each number? And how long will it take to get used to our new environment?
Youâ€™re it. No, youâ€™re it. Hey youâ€™re really it, youâ€™re it.