Ben and Sam do a grab-bag episode on an assortment of topics, including Kenley Jansen’s hidden perfect game, Phillies outfielder updates, teams that own other teams, and a comment by Kerry Wood.
The Tigers, Indians, and Royals have separated themselves from the Twins and White Sox, but which will emerge victorious?
We recast the league’s GMs and try to acquire the Giants’ right fielder.
Cleveland gets a lefty reliever from St. Louis and the Dodgers add Brian Wilson as the reliever carousel continues.
The Rangers and Indians earn dramatic walk-off wins.
Cleveland and Baltimore are playoff contenders, but not because of their men on the mound.
Detroit reasserts its dominance in the AL Central.
How the last exciting Indians team was assembled.
At the SABR Analytics Conference in Phoenix, the Indians introduce a new sort of sabermetrics, without some of the usual secrecy.
Ben and Sam preview the Indians’ season with Matthew Kory and Paul Sporer, and Pete talks to MLB.com Indians reporter Jordan Bastian (at 19:57).
A look at the Kurt Suzuki deal and the Indians DFAing Damon and Lowe.
The routes the White Sox and Tigers have taken to contention in the AL Central are completely different.
A few of the walking wounded have healed enough to return from the DL.