286 episodes

Baseball’s biggest news, trends, trades and highlights, all broken down from an analytical angle. Each week, MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello are joined by guests from around the league to keep you up-to-date on the Majors’ most important topics using the same data as cutting-edge MLB front offices.

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    • 4.7 • 282 Ratings

Baseball’s biggest news, trends, trades and highlights, all broken down from an analytical angle. Each week, MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello are joined by guests from around the league to keep you up-to-date on the Majors’ most important topics using the same data as cutting-edge MLB front offices.

    Braves, Astros are one win away from the World Series

    Braves, Astros are one win away from the World Series

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello break down what’s happened so far in the NLCS and ALCS before bantering about postseason pitching usage, umpires, and whether “the hot hand” is a real thing.
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    • 55 min
    On to the Championship Series, with Michael A. Taylor

    On to the Championship Series, with Michael A. Taylor

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello review the three Division Series that have ended and welcome on Kansas City outfielder Michael A. Taylor to preview the ALCS, talk about his postseason history with the Nationals and what it’s like to get ready for a winner-take-all postseason game.
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    • 52 min
    One of these eight teams will win the World Series

    One of these eight teams will win the World Series

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello review the biggest moments of the AL and NL Wild Card Games and look ahead to the four upcoming Division Series as the postseason gets started.
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    • 51 min
    Sorting through the playoff chaos

    Sorting through the playoff chaos

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello preview the final weekend of the regular season, noting the possibility of multiple tiebreakers in the American League, before spending time on each of the 12 teams still alive in the races.
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    • 1 hr 13 min
    What Happened in San Diego? | Nick Davis on the ’86 Mets

    What Happened in San Diego? | Nick Davis on the ’86 Mets

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello update the closest playoff races, investigate the disfunction happening in San Diego, note the wild numbers behind another successful Tampa Bay season, wonder if it’s time to worry about the White Sox and highlight Dietrich Enns and Anthony Gose, while also talking to filmmaker Nick Davis about his ESPN documentary on the 1986 Mets, “Once Upon a Time in Queens.”
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    • 1 hr 9 min
    The Dodger streak might finally be ending

    The Dodger streak might finally be ending

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello come to terms with the fact that the eight-season run for the Dodgers atop the NL West might finally be ending, look at St. Louis’ run to the second Wild Card spot, ask why Freddie Freeman hasn’t yet signed with the Braves, look ahead to the ascendant Tigers, and highlight Frank Schwindel and Will Smith.
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    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
282 Ratings

282 Ratings

Ru44Mets ,

Love the podcast

This is my go to podcast for getting up to speed on MLB. Highly recommend it especially for fans like me who usually only have time to watch the team I follow (Mets)

PMhodl ,

Ads

Having heard your Roman ad thousands of times over the course of this season, you will now be referred to as Mike “I lost my mojo” Petriello.

yoga.aha ,

Bunted

With-out the bunt, the stolen base, and the hit and run: baseball is vapid. What a concept: the on-field product? The freaking product? Not everything is a product. Ya’ll got some business illness on the brain. But wait, maybe you are right, right on the money! You have a diagnosis with this: it’s why baseball is dying amongst fans; it has been turned into a product, and nothing more. It is ageist to not like the Giants because the players are older.

Thank You for being the voice of reason in understanding the concept of beyond a shadow of a doubt and instant replay reviews of calls. As the rule is written.....

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