44 episodes

MLB.com executive reporter Mark Feinsand provides a unique look at the people building our favorite teams by engaging in candid interviews with front-office personnel from around Major League Baseball. How they got into the game, why they do what they do, how they envision the future of baseball and much, much more.

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    • 4.7, 108 Ratings

MLB.com executive reporter Mark Feinsand provides a unique look at the people building our favorite teams by engaging in candid interviews with front-office personnel from around Major League Baseball. How they got into the game, why they do what they do, how they envision the future of baseball and much, much more.

Listen to or download individual episodes below, subscribe via iTunes or use your RSS reader so you never miss a single episode.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
108 Ratings

108 Ratings

BryanAllenJMU ,

A GO TO Pod

Really enjoy this podcast - showing the professional and personal upbringing of the people that build and sustain some of the most important organizations in American culture. During the hiatus, I sincerely miss listening to this when driving to work. Definitely a go to once a week for commuting!

RCB71 ,

Future

As a 17 year old who strives to work in a front office one day, this podcast has been extremely informative and helpful into getting an inside look into MLB front offices. I love it

1287654 ,

Great insight to the game

Amazing insight to the game. Great guests. So many people that I otherwise wouldn’t be exposed to. Thanks for putting it together. I hope you continue it through the 2019 season. My only complaint is the audio editing is really bad. It is initially loud when compared to other podcasts and it goes up and down over the course of an interview. I understand you can’t get your guests into a studio every time so maybe look for ways to adjust those volume fluctuations in editing?

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