(There’s a baseball in here. Can you find it?) Yesterday in the Texas League, Jordan Cowan of the Arkansas Travelers popped up a fly ball that should have been an easy out for either of the two Corpus Christi Hooks positioned on the left side of the infield. Narrator: it was not an easy out….
Making the most of Marte, who has been suspended for 80 games because of PEDs.
How baseball’s changing marketplace affected the way players’ bodies are treated–by both teams and the players themselves.
During a day game after a night game, players must miss their old amphetamine pickup, right?
Ben and and Sam banter about Bronson Arroyo and Sean Doolittle, then discuss comments by John Lackey and Jose Bautista.
Ben and Sam banter about the Royals, then catch up with the boys of Biogenesis.
Ben and Russell talk to Dirk Hayhurst about doctoring baseballs, hitting batters, and the perceived effect of race on clubhouse chemistry.
Ben and Sam talk about Ned Yost’s tactics, expanded replay’s first few days, Bo Porter’s bullpen philosophy, and more.
Have the Rays really had a higher number of drug-related suspensions? And if so, should that be a cause for concern?
How much has race influenced public perceptions of baseball’s PED poster boy?
What did we learn from the release of Alex Rodriguez’s previously confidential arbitration award?
Ben and Sam talk to Andy McCullough about the latest legal developments in the Alex Rodriguez saga, the A-Rod episode of 60 Minutes, and more.
Ben and Sam discuss the latest details of the exquisitely seamy A-Rod story.