Eyes on Dylan Bundy, Robert Stephenson, Vincent Velasquez, J.P. Crawford, Francisco Mejia, and Bradley Zimmer.
The eternal spectacle of a farewell All-Star appearance.
Putting the focus on the focus on Jeter, and other All-Star observations.
Today sucks. Do something about it. Somebody do something about it.
A conversation with the Mets catcher, plus a tour of baseball’s outliers and aberrations for the week
Ben and Sam talk to Zachary Levine about ways that Major League Baseball could make All-Star week better.
The U.S. Team includes power arms, toolsy outfielders and a dazzling collection of infielders.
Carlos Correa will not play, shifting the spotlight to Julio Urias, Javier Baez, Francisco Lindor and the rest of a talented, if somewhat raw, squad.
Even the All-Star Game gets collectively bargained.
Did the starters and relievers who worked in the Futures Game and the All-Star Game enjoy velocity bumps? Harry digs into the PITCHf/x data for the answer.
American League pitching stifled National League bats in last night’s Midsummer Classic.
Looking for the worst hitters to be in the Home Run Derby, and how they did afterward.
Ben and Sam talk about the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game, then discuss Chris Davis’ comments about the home run record.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about the best name for a future baseball player, no-trade clauses, RBI and wins, and a starter with Mariano Rivera’s cutter. Cameo by a raccoon.