Anthony Rizzo: Okay, it’s a workplace sitcom but everyone works at, like, a furniture store. Business is bad, but this millennial comes in and tries to change everything. The well-meaning store owner, you could get someone like the dad from Family Ties, keeps going at odds with this new hire, a girl out of college….
Rich Hill’s perfect game dies in front of us, Jered Weaver’s career grinds to a halt, and TV’s Monk holds up.
Keynan Middleton vs. Byron Buxton, and the camera angles that showed it.
Michael Pineda learns what it means to be Michael Pineda, while in the bleachers, euphemisms float in the wind.
Maybe televised baseball can learn something from televised poker.
After the fire, after all the rain, has the fast-fastball flame kept up with the era?
Sam and Craig Goldstein bring on Wendy Thurm to talk about a big ruling out of New York that could affect MLB’s television territories and blackouts.
For good reasons or bad, these playoff jingles have proven tough to forget.
And how that half-inning happened.
Earlier this week, we talked about what the future of baseball’s national TV contracts might look like. Here’s a glance at their past.
With a week’s worth of shows in the can, has MLB Network’s “Clubhouse Confidential” been the coming-out party sabermetricians have been hoping for?
During the regular season, I can see where MLB might fail to get the national deal they’d like. But what’s happening this post-season is a disaster.