Have the Padres passed the Dodgers? When will Bauer and Realmuto sign? Which team still needs to make a splash? Our experts weigh in.
Eric and Tristan discuss the impact of the recent signings (Musgrove, Kluber, LeMahieu and more) on the 2021 ranks, take swings at trivia, answer your questions and rank the top Simpsons season!
How did the non-tender deadline change our list? Here's our look at everyone on the open market, from big-name stars to bargain options.
A pair of Chicago sluggers could be the next big names on the move this winter. If they go, these are the best fits to land them.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour three talking about the big trade in the MLB. The Mets and Indians traded a prized player and we have Tony Rizzo and Dave Rothenberg join to discuss the temp of both cities after the deal. Joe Fortenbaugh joins the show to give us some locks for the upcoming weekend.
With the 2021 baseball season still months away, the Cleveland Indians dealt two of their stars, Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco, to the New York Mets in a blockbuster deal. Could this be the hope Mets fans are looking for? Buster Olney joins the show to explain how the trade went down. Then Atlanta Dream forward Elizabeth Williams reflects on the Georgia race for US Senate, and Raphael Warnock’s defeat of Dream co-owner Sen. Kelly Loeffler.
The winter's biggest blockbuster not only bolsters New York's lineup, it sets dominoes in motion across baseball.
Eric is shifting Francisco Lindor in his rankings: which direction and how much of a move? He and Tristan discuss Lindor's new value, Carlos Carassco's tempting ceiling and what's left in Cleveland.
New York made its first big strike of the Steve Cohen era, acquiring Cleveland's superstar shortstop in a blockbuster swap. Here's who won the deal -- and what each team should do from here.
The New York Mets have acquired star shortstop Francisco Lindor and right-hander Carlos Carrasco from the Cleveland Indians in a blockbuster trade.
This was a baseball season like no other. And here are the numbers that prove it.
The Cleveland Indians and right-handed reliever Nick Wittgren agreed to a one-year, $2 million contract for the 2021 season to avoid arbitration.
While we wait for baseball's offseason to pick up, we asked around the game for answers on big free agents and next season's pressing questions.
BBTN: Schoenfield on the MLB's recognition of the Negro League, Sarah Langs on Curt Schilling's HOF chances, Adam Ottavino on the photos he took turn the pandemic season
David Schoenfield and Buster discuss the Negro League’s recognition by MLB, Cleveland officially dropping the “Indians” nickname, the Mets, Phillies and Ranges hiring new GMs, standout moves from the offseason thus far and the continued labor strife. Then, Sarah Langs gets into Curt Schilling likely falling short of the Hall of Fame, Ke'Bryan Hayes’ under-the-radar season and another astounding Juan Soto stat. Later, Yankees reliever Adam Ottavino talks about his published photos from the pandemic-shortened season, his favorite pictures and D.J. LeMahieu.
The Athletic is reporting that former star shortstop Omar Vizquel has been accused of domestic abuse by his wife.
The Right Time: 'Cramps', Josh Allen, Keyontae Johnson, the Cleveland 'whatevers', finale of 'Baseline'
Bomani discusses the heroics of Lamar Jackson under pressure (of a different kind), and relates it to the incorrect assumption that he “has it out” for Josh Allen (1:05). Plus, Keyontae Johnson’s scary situation at Florida and why it is the “most important” thing happening in sports right now (26:06), Cleveland’s baseball team (not really) changing its name (35:56) as well as the finale of our Baseline series on the preps-to-pros pipeline of basketball with ESPN’s Myron Medcalf (45:03). He gets the final word on whether or not players are getting “used” by the system and what the NCAA is doing to try and keep elite players from “skipping” them as a stop on the way to the NBA.
From historic heists to modern blockbusters, we examine the reasons for the most memorable deals in baseball history.
What You Need to Know about Sarah Fuller and the Cleveland baseball team. USC is having a classic year; can they get some respect. MNF's Louis Riddick was Scott's former teammate in college; the guys talk about how praise from a media member (Riddick) can influence a coach's career. Scott is thinking of joining a fantasy basketball league, LZ reacts and Monday Afternoon QB.
When will Cleveland's baseball team have a new nickname? And what might it be?
Cleveland Indians owner Paul Dolan says the team will play and be branded as the Indians for the 2021 season and that the franchise will not take an interim name, like the NFL's Washington Football Team.
Rex Ryan joins the show for his weekly spot. Plus, more Nets talk on Audio Files.
As the Cleveland baseball team drops the nickname it has had since 1915, Jeff Passan examines what led to the decision.
Jason talks about the Bills win over the Steelers and he reacts to the Cleveland Indians decision to drop their name