The staff recognizes various trades, signings, draft picks, and hirings that helped propel the Redbirds and Sox to the World Series.
Amaze and frighten your World Series-watching friends.
The Red Sox snapped their curse by sweeping the Cardinals in 2004. Can St. Louis exact revenge?
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.
Canadian players have had a hard time finding their way to the Fall classic.
Ben, Sam, and guest Zachary Levine mull over four questions about Miguel Cabrera, then talk about the World Series odds of the Tigers and other teams.
Chronicling the decline and fall of the subdued on-field celebration.
Teams that win the World Series tend to bring back most of their players, and the Giants are no exception.
The fantasy hour or two goes three hours as Jason and Paul dive deep into the hot stove as well as the third base position for 2013.
Betting on baseball is a bad idea, but some bets are slightly better than others.
Jason and Paul review the start of the Hot Stove market and break down the catchers for 2013
Jason Bay could have easily accepted the Red Sox’ offer back in 2009. What would have happened if he had?
The Giants were a club fit for Halloween, but their colorful costumes couldn’t obscure their competent play.
The Giants’ GM is not an idiot, but now Ian understands why some people think he is.
Ben and Sam discuss the start of the offseason and what the Giants’ second World Series win in three seasons says about GM Brian Sabean.