Bryce Harper, Max Scherzer, and Dusty Baker will try to get the Nationals past the NLDS.
Ben and Sam talk about two managers in the news, then discuss a pair of prospects Ben saw in Arizona.
Want to stick as a 21st-century skipper? Don’t be like Baker.
The Astros and Reds make many mistakes, Josh Hamilton is hitting, and Chris Davis delivers a big blow.
A range of responses from players, coaches, and team executives about the most important qualities for a manager to possess.
Dusty Baker feels that Aroldis Chapman’s best use right now is as Cincinnati’s closer, and a conversation with Jesus Montero.
No more reservations over Dusty Baker’s reserves.
The week in quotes, November 19-December 1.
“I could imagine it in my dreams, but I never thought I’d do it until now. It helped take the tension down a little bit for us, but games aren’t won in the first or second inning. They’re won in the ninth inning.” –Barry Bonds, Giants outfielder, on homering in his first World Series at-bat
“If you have kids who might [grow up to] be major league baseball players, we’re fighting for your kids, possibly. If I work for your newspaper and you’re in the union fighting for your equality and rights, sure I would strike, and so would you…”
–Barry Bonds, Giants outfielder