Your favorite baseball podcast trying to interview every living ex-MLB player, one week at a time. Hosted by Chris Chavez and Joe Kaiser.
Ep. 19: A delayed season, a delayed podcast and crazy stats
On what was supposed to be opening day, Joe and Intern Matt discuss the delay of the season and the potential for baseball in December. They also discuss some crazy statistical anomalies, and how numbers might change in the future.
Ep 18: Opening Day special, Kyle Hendricks and the best kinds of beans
2019 MLB win totals, playoff predictions and World Champion. Plus, is Kyle Hendricks going to end up being the *best* Cubs pitcher of the last 30 years when it's all said and done? And we debut the Lunch Angle with: How good are beans>
Ep 17: What's Bryce Harper up to these days? Plus rules changes and other tidbits
It's February and Bryce Harper is still unemployed. And Manny Machado. And others. What's going on? When does it end and who comes out on top? This, plus a handful of rules changes being proposed to baseball. Some suck, others don't. But there are other changes they could make but aren't talking about.
Ep 16: Homer Bush
The guys talk to former big league infielder Homer Bush about playing for the Yankees dynasty, being involved in a blockbuster trade, how advanced stats affected his career, working with young players and much, much more.
Ep. 15: 2018 Opening Day Special
The guys talk about their favorite opening days, the misnomer of teams being "one year away" and who is going to win the 2018 World Series
Ep. 14: Rich Thompson
Rich Thompson became a prolific base stealer in college and in the minors, but after a brief stint in the majors in 2004, he had to wait a long while for a second shot in the bigs. Rich tells us what it was like to battle through the minors and fight for a chance to get back to the MLB, his thoughts on the evolution of the leadoff hitter, his post retirement audition for "American Ninja Warrior" & more.