296 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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    • 4.6 • 287 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.

    The Juicy Center of the Hall of Fame Ballot

    The Juicy Center of the Hall of Fame Ballot

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello investigate the middle of the Hall of Fame ballot, the Scott Rolen / Bobby Abreu types who have a strong but not slam-dunk case to enter Cooperstown.
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    • 55 min
    How to interview a manager, with Jim Duquette

    How to interview a manager, with Jim Duquette

    Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello of MLB.com banter about a wild Zack Wheat home run injury, the time from baseball’s Golden Age when stolen bases were rarer than they are today and bring in former MLB GM Jim Duquette to talk about the Mets managerial job and how managers get interviewed.
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    • 36 min
    Six new Hall of Famers, with Joe Posnanski

    Six new Hall of Famers, with Joe Posnanski

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello discuss the six new Hall of Famers selected by a pair of Era Committees, highlight an incredible Jim Kaat fact, briefly wonder who will manage the Mets, and welcome on Joe Posnanski to talk about his relationship with Buck O’Neil, his reaction when O’Neil was elected to the Hall, and his “Baseball 100” book.
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    • 40 min
    Free agent frenzy

    Free agent frenzy

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello break down all the free agent moves of the last 96 hours, wonder which quiet teams will make their first move, and predict landing spots for the remaining big names.
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    • 59 min
    What to know about Seiya Suzuki

    What to know about Seiya Suzuki

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello discuss Wander Franco’s long-term contract, Kendall Graveman surprisingly signing with the White Sox, the 2022 Hall of Fame ballot, the All-MLB team, and welcome on Jim Allen live from Tokyo to discuss Seiya Suzuki, Yoshinobu Yamamoto, and a shocking fact about the Japan Series.
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    • 37 min
    Today is a big roster move day

    Today is a big roster move day

    MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello explain why Nov. 19 is a big day in the roster world of baseball, welcome the Cleveland Guardians and Billy Eppler, then break down the major award votes and Justin Verlander, Noah Syndergaard, and Eduardo Rodriguez signing in free agency
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    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
287 Ratings

287 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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