Ben and Sam critique the managerial moves of Game Two, then talk about the kind of pitchers the Red Sox hit best.
The Red Sox weren’t supposed to match up well against strike-throwing Adam Wainwright. So why did they?
Can the Cardinals even it up? The answer could depend on Carlos Beltran.
A sloppy effort from St. Louis puts the Cardinals behind.
Ben and Sam compare notes from Game One of the World Series, discussing Adam Wainwright’s performance, Dana DeMuth’s perplexing call, the Cardinals’ good and bad defensive plays, and more.
Ben, Sam, and BP’s Zachary Levine discuss the upcoming World Series.
A look back at a World Series victory by a Cardinals team that was far inferior to 2013’s.
Ben and Sam talk to Russell Carleton about whether momentum and previous playoff experience matter, whether bunts are always bad, and the importance of shutdown innings.
A mid-season makeover couldn’t fix the Tigers’ flaws.
Breaking down the Dodgers’ darkest timeline.
Too close to call, but we’ll call it anyway.
Can Los Angeles stay alive?
Ben and Sam talk about ALCS Game 5, then discuss how the Dodgers could get the most NLCS value out of Clayton Kershaw.
Ben and Sam talk about ALCS Game 4 and NLCS Game 5, then answer listener emails about sabermetrics and strikeouts.
The Dodgers hit homers and take a step toward Game Seven.
How the Cardinals got within one win of the World Series.