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2020 Schedule
8-4, 1st in NL East
The best celebratory moments from a roller-coaster MLB postseason (1:42)

BBTN: Twins pitcher Jake Odorizzi on possible rule changes and Charlie Morton. Plus, Chris Singleton previews Game 3

Twins pitcher Jake Odorizzi joins Buster to discuss pitching with Kevin Kiermaier as his center fielder, the Rays developmental philosophy, his thoughts on rule changes from the short season possibly becoming permanent and Charlie Morton’s cold-bloodedness (6:54). Then, Chris Singleton hops on to talk about Morton vs. Walker Buehler in game three, if the series pendulum has swung back toward the Rays and the first time he met Cody Bellinger (24:17). Plus, Todd Radom with the weekly quiz (34:31).

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Cruz, Freeman winners at Players Choice Awards

Minnesota Twins designated hitter Nelson Cruz was voted Marvin Miller Man of the Year and Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman was picked as Player of the Year in annual Players Choice award voting.


The Right Time: Elle Duncan discusses her 'Atlanta-adjacent' Roots

Bomani and Elle Duncan laugh about whether or not her first child will welcome her second to the family (0:32) and discuss her “Atlanta-adjacent” roots (5:51). They swap stories on the city’s culture from HBCU’s to music, share what makes it different from every other city in the country as well as establish whether or not she is “off that narcotic” with Atlanta sports teams (31:48). All that and much more!


Chiney & Golic Jr. Hour One: Another 3-1 Comeback

Haven't Atlanta fans suffered enough? The Dawgs lost to Alabama again, and the Braves blew a 3-1 lead to the Dodgers to advance to the World Series. Even though there's been a lot of heartbreak, there is some hope on the other side for ATL.


ATH: Dodgers Advance To World Series

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the Dodgers' Game 7 win in the NLCS, a wake-up call for the Packers, Tua Tagovailoa's NFL debut and much more.


BBTN: Tim Kurjian on a terrific pair of game sevens and Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game

Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss an exciting game seven between the Dodgers and the Braves, Mookie Betts’ brilliant defense, Dave Roberts leaving Julio Urías in for the 9th inning, the bright future for the Braves, Charlie Morton’s dominance in game seven against the Astros, Randy Arozarena winning the ALCS MVP, if the off days in the World Series advantages either team and the 2021 class of free agent shortstops (14:56). Plus, Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game and talks about the best World Series player of all time (33:28).


KJZ Hour 3: Dodgers Comeback Confidence Builder

Key's Dodgers are back in the World Series! Tom Rinaldi joins to talk about what this weekend was like for Nick Saban. Jessica Mendoza joins to talk about what coming back from a 3-1 deficit does for the Dodgers' confidence.



The Giants finally win, The Jets hit a new low, The Regal Tumble begins!

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Braves bemoan baserunning gaffe: 'It was huge'

Atlanta committed another baserunning blunder with the lead, and the Braves' bats went cold as they lost Game 7 of the National League Championship Series 4-3 to the Dodgers.

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10dJeff Passan

Dodgers claw back, ride Bellinger homer to WS

Cody Bellinger's mammoth, seventh-inning home run unknotted a tense, tied game, and Julio Urias vanquished the vaunted Braves lineup for the final nine outs as the Dodgers came from behind yet again to reach the World Series.

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10dAlden Gonzalez

Dodgers start May vs. Braves' Anderson in Gm. 7

Dodgers pitcher Dustin May, who has faced only 18 batters in his two appearances in this NLCS, will get the start for Game 7 against the Atlanta Braves on Sunday night.

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11dJeff Passan

Dodgers pondering NLCS Game 7 starter options

While rookie Tony Gonsolin is on schedule to pitch Sunday, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says he's still considering all options before naming his starting pitcher for Game 7 of the NLCS against the Atlanta Braves.

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Dodgers' Taylor sits out G6 win with ankle injury

The Dodgers were without Chris Taylor for their 3-1 win in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series against the Atlanta Braves on Saturday because he has a right ankle injury.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2682nd
On Base Percentage.3491st
Slugging Percentage.4832nd
Earned Run Average4.4115th
Quality Starts13Tied-13th