And how that half-inning happened.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about R.A. Dickey, the Red Sox, and more.
The Blue Jays continue to draw from a deep farm system to build an instant contender.
Ben and Sam are joined by Jason Parks for a discussion of the R.A. Dickey deal and the risks and rewards of trading top prospects.
David Wright disputes reports about the state of his extension talks, the Dodgers are determined to go big for Zack Greinke, and the Red Sox shop a player they traded for less than a year ago.
Should Sandy Alderson trade or extend two of the Mets’ most valuable assets?
R.A. Dickey will make his final start of the season tonight. You know how good he’s been at retiring batters, but you might not know about something else he excels at.
Ben and Sam discuss the significance of a potential big-league promotion for Jurickson Profar and investigate the link between Johan Santana’s no-hitter and his subsequent struggles.
The Mets beat the Braves on Sunday night, but as often happens, their bullpen almost blew it.
Ben and Sam discuss the significance of Mike Trout’s 21st birthday and Mets manager Terry Collin’s comments about injured reliever Tim Byrdak’s workload.
Once upon a time, two men named Bobby Jones pitched in the same game, for the same team. Actually, it was four times and two teams…
Everything old is new again, including Oliver Perez’ stuff.
What do the Nationals, Braves, and Mets need heading into the deadline, and where might they find it?
Doug examines R.A. Dickey’s mechanics to see how Dickey does things most knuckleballers couldn’t dream of.
A stark contrast in crowd reaction shots from Sunday’s Yankees-Mets game.