Dozens of prospect notes to get you caught up on all the action from the last four days.
Bret looks at the quintet of hurlers that has met the strikeout, walk, and ground-ball benchmarks that generally ensure a pitcher’s success.
Cole Hamels snapped a six-start losing streak, and he stays in the auto-start ranks as Paul looks ahead to next week.
Mariners closer Tom Wilhelmsen is among the numerous ninth-inning men who moved down a tier in this week’s update.
Hector Santiago is taking Jake Peavy’s place in the White Sox rotation, and he’s among the five junior-circuit players worth a look in your fantasy leagues this week.
Back in the majors after a brief return to the minors, Anthony Rendon is among the senior-circuit players worth a look on your waiver wire this week.
A league-wide decrease in stolen bases has left some fantasy owners, like Paul, scrambling for help in that category.
Plenty to discuss as the calendar flips to June.
Your team may be tanking, and it may feel as though it’s time to sell’but as Mike explains, you might actually be wise to wait.
The Cardinals dip into their Triple-A rotation to reinforce their depleted big-league staff.
Paul is back, and the guys have added some independent music exposure to the show
Why it pays to look at the weather forecast before starting a flyball pitcher at Wrigley Field.
Paul was away in Philly being a Wedding Singer so Mike Gianella pinch hits in Episode 45.
Jason and Paul were recording their podcast when, once again, an intriguing baseball story unfolded as Bryce Harper took on the wall…and the wall won.
Jason and Paul discuss player requests from the Facebook group as they prep for their live show next week in Houston.