The Jones-Rivera-Jeter retirement tour showdown rolls on.
Chipper vs. Mariano vs. Jeter.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about whether the Marlins or Astros will win more games in 2013, who’ll be the next retiring player to get the Chipper Jones treatment, when Yasmani Grandal will play for the Padres, and how the Angels should align their outfielders.
In 2012, Chipper Jones received an assortment of strange gifts from each opponent he played on his last trip around the league. In 2031, he will finally figure out what to do with them.
No team’s playoff odds are between 5 percent and 95 percent. We’re almost there, folks.
Ben and Sam consider whether the ballpark might be to blame for the Rockies’ lackluster first two decades, then discuss the annual phenomenon of attendance shaming.
Chipper Jones chose to stay an Atlanta Brave until the end. But he also earned it, with a spectacular career.
Two teams at 100 percent playoff odds, 14 at zero.
You don’t have to be old to be lousy.
The Phillies’ playoff odds are 0.2 percent? What does that mean, exactly? Matt explains.
A Rockie Mountain … LOW??? (The Rockies have taken over the bottom spot is what we mean to say.)
Filled to the brim with jokes and factoids!
Yesterday’s games included three walk-offs and a no-hitter.