Making the most of Marte, who has been suspended for 80 games because of PEDs.
Ben and Sam banter about the Royals, then catch up with the boys of Biogenesis.
Have the Rays really had a higher number of drug-related suspensions? And if so, should that be a cause for concern?
Ben and Sam talk to Andy McCullough about the latest legal developments in the Alex Rodriguez saga, the A-Rod episode of 60 Minutes, and more.
Ben and Sam talk about whether teams should step up advance scouting in the upper minors, then discuss the difference (or lack thereof) between the PEDs MLB bans and the procedures it allows.
A plea to stop the speculation from a player who’s heard more than his fair share.
The real danger Biogenesis revealed and the false threat that we shouldn’t make this about.
Why Ryan Braun’s suspension isn’t bad news, and other reflections on the latest in the Biogenesis saga.
Ben and Sam talk about whether it’s ever fair to suspect that a player is taking PEDs, then discuss Ruben Amaro’s comments about public prospect rankings.
Jason, a labor lawyer, trains his eyes on the Biogenesis disputes.
Ben and Sam discuss the latest developments in the Biogenesis saga.
Some 20 players could be suspended for ties to Biogenesis, as the league seeks testimony from Tony Bosch in a case that could have far-reaching financial implications.
Ben and Sam discuss whether a pitcher’s body language can cost him strikes, whether it’s worth trading for relievers early in the season, a study about perceptions of steroid use, and whether a low BABIP is always unlucky.
Former fringe major leaguer Eric Knott dishes on his difficult decisions about PED use during his time as a professional player.
The reaction when BALCO broke.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the latest PED revelations really revealed anything worrisome before previewing the Rays’ season with Adam Sobsey. Then Pete talks to Tampa Bay Tribune Rays reporter Roger Mooney (at 25:30).