The freshest Carlos Beltrán conspiracy theory; what your city flag says about your team: NL West; the horror when the Rays claim one of your guys off waivers
The Game 163 tiebreaker featuring the Cubs and Brewers isn’t for all of the marbles, but just enough of them to make the loser’s road to the World Series fraught with handicaps.
Recapping the best of Major League Baseball—which should just make every series Dodgers-Rockies, right?
Ben and Sam discuss the Dodgers’ perplexingly slow start and the NL West race.
In the debut edition of their new column, Ben and Craig start a tour of the best young players in each division.
Part five in a division-by-division dialogue leading up to Opening Day.
Ben and Sam discuss the Dodgers’ and Tigers’ futures, then break down Tim Lincecum’s contract and answer listener emails.
Now almost back to full health, the Dodgers look like the winners we thought they were.
The Angels and Dodgers lose close games they badly wanted to win.
Despite an early deficit, the Diamondbacks are making up ground in the NL West. Also, a conversation with Chris Sale, and tons of notes from scouts and front-office types.
Ben and Sam reevaluate the NL West after the deadline and take stock of this season’s converted starters.
After a weekend sweep of the Giants by the Dodgers, Ben and Sam size up the NL West and discuss a hot Matt Moore-on-Mike Trout match-up.
The Dodgers and Marlins hook up for a late-night trade including third baseman Hanley Ramirez.
The Padres end trade speculation by agreeing to an extension with Carlos Quentin.