Karl Ravech joins Buster to talk about Aaron Judge looking like an absolute beast, Shohei Ohtani’s future as pitcher, the Cubs and Twins’ hot starts, and where things stand in MLB with positive coronavirus tests popping up (8:26). Later, Sarah Langs drops by to play the Numbers game and to discuss where Yoenis Céspedes’ disappearing act ranks among moments of Mets dysfunction (32:22).
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The Mets can’t find a big hit or Yoenis Céspedes. Who is more to blame? Plus, Baseball Terminator Aaron Judge!
Early returns have yielded surprises, with some superteams looking ready to rule.
Yankees continue to roll. Aaron Judge homered twice, including 2-run shot. He got some help from one of his teammates this week. We hear from Aaron Boone, Judge, Luke Voit on watching Judge, and DJ LeMahieu on something special the Yankees have cooking. James Paxton is officially worried about his velocity. he speaks up on a second straight shaky outing. How concerned are fans? We get your reaction. Also, Giancarlo Stanton has taken a new approach to staying on the field, and another positive sign from the weekend. A preview of the Phillies series, as we also hear from Gerrit Cole,
Aaron Judge homered twice and drove in five runs, connecting for the fifth straight game and breaking an eighth-inning tie with a tape-measure shot that powered the New York Yankees past the Boston Red Sox 9-7 on Sunday night for their sixth...
It's a Bronx showdown between the Yankees and Red Sox like you've never seen before. We set the stage for a unique Sunday night on ESPN.
He's been in charge of the team for just over nine months. With everything that's happened so far, it feels more like nine years.
Gio Urshela hit his first big league grand slam, Aaron Judge homered for a career-high fourth straight game and the New York Yankees extended their winning streak to five with a 5-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night.
Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez won't pitch this season after being diagnosed with heart inflammation that team doctors believe was caused by the pitcher's battle with the coronavirus.
His chambers left empty, Aaron Judge still rules right field at Yankee Stadium.
Wild, come from behind win 8-6 over the Orioles. We hear from Aaron Boone on Aaron Judge's heroics, Giancarlo Stanton is hitting .500 to start the year, while Gleyber Torres left the game after getting hit by a pitch on the elbow. JA Happ is back tyo giving up the long ball. We'll hear from Judge, on the 9th inning, and Happ about what's wrong. Fan reaction - not so thrilled with the manager, who didn't have his full bullpen available. We finally get you warmed up for the first Red Sox series of the year.
Christian Vazquez hit two more homers and Martin Perez gave Boston's patchwork rotation a much-needed lift Thursday night, leading the Red Sox to a 4-2 victory over the New York Mets.
Alex Speier of The Boston Globe joins Buster to explain what's going wrong in Boston and if there's any hope of turning it around in this shortened season.
An eight-game suspension for Joe Kelly has the baseball world fuming. Buster and Dave Schoenfield discuss that, as well as new coronavirus safety protocol, anger toward the Marlins, Nate Pearson's strong debut and more (7:08). Plus, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe dives into the Red Sox's tailspin (20:40).
Christian Vazquez hit a tying home run off Seth Lugo in the seventh inning and a two-run single against Justin Wilson in a three-run eighth, rallying the Boston Red Sox over the Mets 6-5 Wednesday night when New York's bullpen could not hold a lead...
John McNamara, who managed the Boston Red Sox to within one strike of a World Series victory in 1986 before an unprecedented collapse on the field extended the team's championship drought into the new millennium, has died. He was 88.
After a day of fireworks across the league, Karl Ravech joins Buster to break down what happened last night between the Dodgers and Astros (9:51). The guys also discuss more positive coronavirus tests in Miami, how players are now taking control of their health and safety, the early swath of pitching injuries and Patrick Mahomes' new stake in the Royals. Plus, a tribute to Orioles super fan Mo Gaba (35:38) and Hembo brings some fun stats on Fernando Tatis Jr. and the Padres (27:48).
J.D. Davis banged a two-run homer off the Pesky Pole, and left-hander David Peterson pitched 5 2/3 innings to win his major league debut and lead the New York Mets to an 8-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night.
BBTN: Jesse Rogers on the Marlins COVID-19 outbreak; Scott Lauber on the level of concern within the Phillies after playing the Marlins
Jesse Rogers joins Buster to discuss broadcasting from an empty Wrigley Field, MLB’s willingness to replace a whole team with a taxi squad, the untold story of how the Miami outbreak happened, Tony Clark and Rob Manfred leaving Don Mattingly flapping in the wind, David Price’s tweet and the potential for conflict in the Dodgers-Astros series (5:28). Later, The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Scott Lauber stops by to talk about the level of concern within the Phillies after playing the Marlins during the weekend, cleaning the clubhouse and Red Sox chairman Tom Werner taking a shot at the Dodgers over the Mookie Betts deal (24:44).
Michael Conforto, Pete Alonso and Dominic Smith all homered, Michael Wacha pitched well over five innings and the New York Mets beat the Boston Red Sox 7-4 on Monday night.
In the weirdest baseball season of our lifetimes, anything is possible. But a ring wouldn't mean the same thing for every club.