Today marks the launch of the Baseball Prospectus Podcast Network, which includes new and returning podcasts from much of the BP team and will make listening to our audio products easier and better than ever before. Each of our podcasts has its own Patreon; all podcasts are free to listen to but patrons will get special perks such as ad-free versions of the podcasts. More information can be found at each Patreon, linked below alongside full descriptions of each podcast and how to find them. We hope you enjoy our podcasts and thank you for reading Baseball Prospectus.
New and Existing Podcasts
Three-Quarters Delivery is a weekly podcast from the Baseball Prospectus Podcast team. Each week Lead Prospect Writer Jeffrey Paternostro and Minor League Editor Nick Schaefer, as well as various members of the BP prospect team, have a free form discussion about prospect and player development topics.
Five and Dive
Welcome to Five and Dive, a new, twice-weekly podcast from Baseball Prospectus. We’re named Five and Dive in honor of all the pitchers out there who can’t or won’t go beyond five innings. Each episode we will cover five topics of interest that come from either recent events, articles we’ve written, articles we’ve thought about writing but thought “too much research,” and whatever else is on our minds. Craig Goldstein, Editor-in-Chief of Baseball Prospectus, is your host, and he will be joined once each week by Emma Baccellieri of Sports Illustrated and Bradford William Davis of the New York Daily News.
Flags Fly Forever
Flags Fly Forever is Baseball Prospectus’ flagship fantasy podcast. Its primary focus is Roto-style fantasy leagues and deeper formats. Join Mike Gianella, Jon Hegglund, and Samuel Hale as they discuss the latest topics and help you win your leagues with their sage advice.
There is No Offseason
There Is No Offseason (TINO) is a daily—er, weekly—podcast that devotes itself to dynasty fantasy baseball leagues. It’s hosted by Mark Barry and J.P. Breen, two dynasty-league converts who spend far too much time studying scouting reports on teenagers in the Dominican Summer League and poring through minor-league stat leaders. That means we are prepared to find deep sleepers for your dynasty squad. We will answer your questions, judge whether you have won or lost your recent trades, discuss strategy, and inevitably veer onto a well-meaning tangent or two.
For All You Kids Out There
In May 2016, Jeffrey Paternostro and Jarrett Seidler recorded a three-hour, rambling podcast about the first month of Mets baseball and an improbable Bartolo Colon home run. Thus, For All You Kids Out There, an overly intellectual, late night cocktail lounge conversation between two lifelong Mets fans was born. With thirteen years of prospect writing (and sixty years of pulling out hair out watching Mets baseball) combined, we cover everything from the low minors to the majors, trades and free agent signings, and other assorted weird Metropolitan ephemera.
The Infinite Inning
The Infinite Inning is an ongoing podcast that exists at the intersection of baseball, history, politics, and culture. Steven Goldman uses stories set in the past to create analogies to today’s events, whether in sports or in our world at large. He also talks to an array of guests, among them a regular rotation of co-hosts.
Kendall Guillemette and Harry Pavlidis discuss baseball statistics, as well as look for the stories and people behind the stats.
We can also be found on a variety of podcast feeds and via RSS.
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