Albert Pujols is in pain and slow.
Ben and Sam discuss Scott Kazmir’s win over the weekend, then talk about the Angels’ outlook for the rest of this season and beyond.
Albert Pujols slowly continues to be slow.
Albert Pujols is having a hard time running
Five hitters and five pitchers PECOTA expects to see big improvements from this year.
Some teams are good, some are bad, but as a group they’re .500.
Giants sweep the Dodgers; Matt makes jokes
The Rays demolished the Angels in a four-game weekend sweep, which gives Ben and Sam the idea to discuss the two teams’ divergent directions since the deadline and reevaluate Anaheim’s offseason approach.
Extremely important observations about baseball within.
The Rangers and Giants will probably both be playoff teams, but two other virtual locks for October, the Yankees and Nationals, made them look bad last night.
Angels’ playoff odds drop below 50 percent for the first time since June 6.
A fascinating observation about the Padres!
Do you guys even realize how much baseball was played Wednesday?
The Nationals’ lead over the Phillies shrinks.
The Rangers no longer have the AL’s best run differential, and may not have the AL West’s best run differential for long.
Sam checks in on several of his articles from earlier this season to see whether what he wrote made sense.