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A tradition unlike any other, it's the annual LABR episode! Our experts Bret Sayre from Baseball Prospectus and Steve Gardner from USA Today arrive to talk with Mike about all things LABR. Bret and Mike break down the AL side, and after a brief break Steve joins Mike to talk about the NL. It's one of our tentpole episodes every year, so come enjoy …
 
In Episode 128, Bradford and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Wild Wild West: The Dodgers and Padres threw down for three great games that felt at least like late September baseball. 2. Thaaaaaaaaaaaa Yankees lose: The Bronx Bombers are not hitting bombs, will it continue? Bradford investigates. 3. Protocol Me Maybe: The Twins and Phil…
 
In Episode 276 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the latest problems with the Mets organizational culture, a good week overall on the field, one bad fifth inning in Denver, and the state of the rest of the NL East. In the third half of the show we discuss fastball grading again, and then answer your questions on the Mets bu…
 
Look, we're going to level with you this week. Our options were this, or just reading all the injuries that seem to keep happening. So we made our call. Mike, Jon, and Samuel each bring a topic to the show and they kick it around. Today's topics include seven inning games versus shortened seasons, prospects and whether to slow your roll on buying t…
 
In Episode 276 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the latest problems with the Mets organizational culture, a good week overall on the field, one bad fifth inning in Denver, and the state of the rest of the NL East. In the third half of the show we discuss fastball grading again, and then answer your questions on the Mets bu…
 
In Episode 127, Emma and Craig chat about Brickyard Kennedy and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. The Mets have once again shown an inability to deal with sexual harassment within the organization. 2. No-dón: Carlos Rodón throws the second no-hitter in a week. 3. Meet me 61 feet, six inches away: The Atlantic League is going to continue …
 
Greg and Josh discuss the wave of injuries/illness afflicting the Blue Jays and the test to their depth, the strong performances from Vlad Guerrero Jr and Bo Bichette, the struggling rest of the offence, the surprisingly effective rotation, Tanner Roark's role on the roster and how the bullpen will cover the remaining innings. They also answer list…
 
Look, we're going to level with you this week. Our options were this, or just reading all the injuries that seem to keep happening. So we made our call. Mike, Jon, and Samuel each bring a topic to the show and they kick it around. Today's topics include seven inning games versus shortened seasons, prospects and whether to slow your roll on buying t…
 
Luke Epplin, author of OUR TEAM: The Epic Story of Four Men and the World Series that Changed Baseball, talks about three key players and one owner who made the 1948 Cleveland team the unique creation it was. Plus tales: No-hitters don’t influence the future and a Casey Stengel rule is applied to Domingo German. TABLE OF CONTENTS Joe Musgrove, No-H…
 
In Episode 126, Bradford and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Musgrove Love: Joe Musgrove throws the first no-hitter in Padres history. No one could have seen this coming, certainly no co-host of this show. 2. Around the Horn: Dexter Fowler is hurt, Akil Baddoo is still mashing, and Kyle Higashioka and Shohei Ohtani are hitting tanks. …
 
Mark and J.P. reflect on the first week of major-league games and the significant injuries that we’ve already seen. They also discuss Mark’s galaxy-brain acquisition in TINO and when we should see Michael Kopech in the rotation. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Mu…
 
Mark and J.P. reflect on the first week of major-league games and the significant injuries that we’ve already seen. They also discuss Mark’s galaxy-brain acquisition in TINO and when we should see Michael Kopech in the rotation. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Mu…
 
In Episode 275 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have new Mets baseball to talk about. Only one problem: It's a lot like old Mets baseball. It's the same old podcast for sure as we talk about Jazz Chisholm Jr. for ten minutes in there as well. Then in the third half of the show we answer your correspondence and (Jarrett) briefly re…
 
In Episode 275 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have new Mets baseball to talk about. Only one problem: It's a lot like old Mets baseball. It's the same old podcast for sure as we talk about Jazz Chisholm Jr. for ten minutes in there as well. Then in the third half of the show we answer your correspondence and (Jarrett) briefly re…
 
It's a baseball podcast! With the season a week or so old Mike, Jon, and Samuel talk through what feels like(but maybe isn't) a large amount of injuries to open the 2021 season. The lads talk you through how to handle that from a FAAB and season strategy, and also somehow end up discussing sponsored funerals before finishing up with closers. It's a…
 
In Episode 125, Bradford and Craig chat more about the All-Star game and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Because We're a Mets Podcast: The Mets had a walkout win Thursday, you might have heard about it. 2. Sticky Icky: MLB has started investigating doctored balls, and the guy selling the "Legalize Pine Tar" shirts has somehow come unde…
 
Greg and Josh break down the interesting stories from the first week of play. They discuss the strong starts of Ryu and Matz and what they used to get there, the issues that caused struggles for Roark and Stripling, the strong performance of Julian Merryweather and the rest of the bullpen, Vlad, Semien and Grichuk's strong early season hitting and …
 
It's a baseball podcast! With the season a week or so old Mike, Jon, and Samuel talk through what feels like(but maybe isn't) a large amount of injuries to open the 2021 season. The lads talk you through how to handle that from a FAAB and season strategy, and also somehow end up discussing sponsored funerals before finishing up with closers. It's a…
 
Andrew Maraniss, author of Singled Out: The True Story of Glenn Burke, discusses the abuse heaped on the majors’ first openly gay player. Plus tales of a Pacific Coast League trainer who was singled out in a different way, plus two murders and Major League Baseball’s moving the All-Star Game out of Georgia. TABLE OF CONTENTS Fate Hunts a Trainer*ML…
 
In Episode 124, Jeffrey and Craig chat about the quad box and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Not Going to Georgia: MLB has moved the All-Star Game from Atlanta (well, Cobb County) to Denver. 2. Oh no, Fernando: Fernando Tatis jr. dislocated his shoulder on a swing. That's bad. 3. Trade Deadline Creep: A couple of bench infielders are …
 
It's Opening Day, like we are sort of used to! Mike, Jon, and Samuel come to you a day early to give you their thoughts on what is going to happen during the 2021 MLB season. They break down every division and the major awards, with some surprises from each in the mix. They finish out with a questionnaire created by Samuel that probes deeper into t…
 
In Episode 274 of For All You Kids Out There, the Mets season is delayed so we chat about the baseball we have been watching instead. We also answer your questions on the Lindor deal, a Lindor plaque, pitching evaluation, and the best Mets defenders.By Bret Sayre
 
Mark and J.P. can never be Royals, but they can chat about the Royals. Also rules changes, Dustin May, more dynasty trades, and listener correspondence. Plus, we return to the world of competitive inline skating. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Music from https:/…
 
Mark and J.P. can never be Royals, but they can chat about the Royals. Also rules changes, Dustin May, more dynasty trades, and listener correspondence. Plus, we return to the world of competitive inline skating. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Music from https:/…
 
In Episode 123, Jeffrey and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. We’re still a Mets podcast, even though they didn’t play: Francisco Lindor signed a 341 million dollar extension with the Mets...barely. 2. Protocol Me Maybe: But you will have to wait for a bit to see him play for the Mets, as their opening weekend opponents, the Nationals, …
 
Jesse Spector returns for a super-sized episode! The third annual Infinite Inning Opening Day song! Ted Williams says never let anyone change your swing! Is Miguel Andujar doing this old-time Dodger’s career swan dive? Will the 2021 Tigers be more fun to watch than the 2021 Red Sox? These and other questions await within! TABLE OF CONTENTS Carl Yas…
 
It's Opening Day, like we are sort of used to! Mike, Jon, and Samuel come to you a day early to give you their thoughts on what is going to happen during the 2021 MLB season. They break down every division and the major awards, with some surprises from each in the mix. They finish out with a questionnaire created by Samuel that probes deeper into t…
 
In Episode 272 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the Francisco Lindor extension that has not yet been signed, the Michael Conforto extension that likely won't be signed and some late breaking roster news in the first half of the show. In the second half of the show we are joined by David Roth of Defector Media to preview th…
 
Mark and J.P. are back to discuss their model portfolio, how much to invest on pitching (and how much to invest specifically in Madison Bumgarner for some reason), before taking a deep dive into prospects that seem set to make Opening Day rosters and others that need to spend some time at the alternate site working on their defense or something. Em…
 
In Episode 272 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the Francisco Lindor extension that has not yet been signed, the Michael Conforto extension that likely won't be signed and some late breaking roster news in the first half of the show. In the second half of the show we are joined by David Roth of Defector Media to preview th…
 
With the draft season drawing to a close Mike, Jon, and Samuel take stock of how their respective drafts went. There's a good amount of injury talk, Tout discussion, and just general winding down from the stressful selection season. Fret not, as we're just getting started. Get 20% off your order and free shipping from Manscaped.com with the promo c…
 
In Episode 122, Emma and Jeffrey chat about the NCAA tournaments and then tackle the five teams in the NL West as we wrap up our 2021 MLB preview. 1. The Dodgers can't win more than 104 games, right? 2. The Padres are good and fun in a different way than the Dodgers (and probably not quite as good) 3. The Diamondbacks are boring 4. The Giants are..…
 
Mark and J.P. are back to discuss their model portfolio, how much to invest on pitching (and how much to invest specifically in Madison Bumgarner for some reason), before taking a deep dive into prospects that seem set to make Opening Day rosters and others that need to spend some time at the alternate site working on their defense or something. Em…
 
Kevin Weiss of Locked on Rays stops by to preview the Rays. He discusses how they are making up for the losses of Blake Snell and Charlie Morton with different pitcher usage, the loss of Nick Anderson, and how the playing time could play out among all the versatile position players. Greg and Josh also discuss the injuries to Kirby Yates, George Spr…
 
With the draft season drawing to a close Mike, Jon, and Samuel take stock of how their respective drafts went. There's a good amount of injury talk, Tout discussion, and just general winding down from the stressful selection season. Fret not, as we're just getting started. Get 20% off your order and free shipping from Manscaped.com with the promo c…
 
In Episode 121, Bradford and Jeffrey have not been enjoying the nice weather and instead tackle the five teams in the AL West as we continue our 2021 MLB preview. 1. In a slight upset Bradford might prefer the pro wrestling heel Astros more than Jeffrey. Neither of us think they are winning 90 games though. 2. The Angels might actually have managed…
 
Lincoln Mitchell returns to discuss his new book “The Giants and Their City: Major League Baseball in San Francisco, 1976-1992,” a tome redolent with cold Candlestick nights and hot Crazy Crab days. Plus tales: Casey Stengel uses some overly esoteric signs, rookies have short-lived breakouts, and more. TABLE OF CONTENTS Blinking Lights and Spitting…
 
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