Using pitch-tunneling data to explore whiff probabilities.
He’s more like Mariano Rivera … just not THAT Mariano Rivera.
Ranking closers based on how bad they’ve looked at the plate.
The Jones-Rivera-Jeter retirement tour showdown rolls on.
Chipper vs. Mariano vs. Jeter.
Why Rivera’s October dominance is even more mind-blowing than you think.
Except for the waterworks, the last Bronx appearance of the best reliever ever was much like hundreds of excellent outings before it.
Ben and Sam discuss Mariano Rivera’s farewell, Carlos Gomez’s suspension, and Bud Selig’s legacy.
Mariano Rivera bids farewell to New York, the Rangers and Indians win wild ones, and Jason Heyward has a big day.
Ben and Sam discuss whether 2013 was a success or failure for the Marlins relative to expectations, then talk about how the Yankees should approach Derek Jeter’s age-40 season.
As the 2013 season winds down, Mike examines the contract statuses of current closers to evaluate their odds of retaining their jobs in 2014.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about Mariano Rivera’s workload, rarely applied rules, FIELDf/x and shifts, quality starts, and more.
Mechanical analysis of three of the AL’s dominant closers.