Zack uses the Cubs as an example of how it isn’t always getting better, Nathan uses Jean Segura for a hint that it is, while Martin discovers the origins of modern hitting philosophy.
Kate wants to protect Joe Biagini from the world, Emma unlocks the secrets of an ancient ritual, and Trevor unearths new truths about Mike Trout.
The origin story of Marlins Man, Padres Fall Apart, and the moral certitude of Bronson Arroyo.
The young Yankees slugger talks numbers, the law, being big and tall, the Negro Leagues, and adoption.
Matt extends Jeter Week by window shopping, Kate is soothed by senescence, and Emma watches wildlife destroy the social contract.
Holly and Trevor both tackle the Phillies relief corps, from different standpoints, while Patrick reviews Derek Jeter’s 2014 book, The Contract.
Three tales of relative woe: on failed ballpark proposals, the artless inspiration of Aaron Judge, and the cluttered soul.
Michael Pineda learns what it means to be Michael Pineda, while in the bleachers, euphemisms float in the wind.
What would Coors be like at other altitudes? What does the Bambino have on Statcast, and Taylor Motter in 2-D.
Mac Williamson feels like baseball.
The Astros and Yankees battle for the chance to dethrone the defending AL champion Royals.
Jake and Jordan take in a game at Yankee Stadium, where the ghosts of over five years of baseball history reside.
Ben and Sam discuss batter-pitcher matchup stats, ancient players on the comeback trail, and the underdog Yankees.
Has the Yankees’ sole healthy slugger suffered because of the players batting behind him?
The Yankees haven’t produced many successful homegrown starters, but they have been churning out a wave of cheap relief arms.