227 episodes

The staff of MLB.com's Cut4 looks at the whimsical side of baseball, debating everything from ballpark food to ballpark faux pas and walk-offs to walk-up music. Follow us on twitter @Cut4!

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    • 4.5, 79 Ratings

The staff of MLB.com's Cut4 looks at the whimsical side of baseball, debating everything from ballpark food to ballpark faux pas and walk-offs to walk-up music. Follow us on twitter @Cut4!

    Hey, Go Watch a Baseball Game (Ep. 228)

    Hey, Go Watch a Baseball Game (Ep. 228)

    After 228 episodes, this iteration of the Cut4Cast is at its end. In their last episode, Dakota and Gemma talk about New York's status as a baseball town and Sean Doolittle's great offseason honor - appearing as an answer in a crossword puzzle. They also share their favorite parts of the show over the years, play one last game of rock paper scissors and thank you, every single one of you, for listening.

    • 24 min
    How Much Baseball-Themed Taxidermy Is Too Much? (Ep. 227)

    How Much Baseball-Themed Taxidermy Is Too Much? (Ep. 227)

    It's the offseason, so join Dakota and Gemma in discussing a CNN reporter's baseball-themed taxidermy project, Tim Tebow's fourth season with the Mets organization and a hypothetical winter of free agency. If you were a baseball player, what would your team priorities be? A fun city? Cool new friends?

    • 29 min
    What Are the Winter Meetings and How Fun Are They? (Ep. 226)

    What Are the Winter Meetings and How Fun Are They? (Ep. 226)

    What are the Winter Meetings? Why was the entire baseball world in San Diego for the second week of December? Gemma, Jake and Jordan explain what goes on at baseball's biggest convention, share their best Winter Meetings stories and talk about who has them star-struck. Does Gemma deeply regret missing Matt Kemp in the hotel lobby? Listen to find out (you know the answer is yes).

    • 31 min
    Naps Are All You Need to Succeed (Ep. 225)

    Naps Are All You Need to Succeed (Ep. 225)

    This week, Gemma is joined by Matt and Mike to talk about a delicious yet frightening new Minor League mascot, Ichiro's return to the (well, a) diamond and Nelson Cruz's penchant for naps. Yes, naps! They're not just for toddlers anymore, and if you want to win awards, you should take them too.

    • 32 min
    The Great Mascot War is Upon Us (Ep. 224)

    The Great Mascot War is Upon Us (Ep. 224)

    This week, Gemma is joined by Chris and Chesterton for a Friendsgiving edition of the show. They discuss the Worcester WooSox's happy mascot and an elaborate victory celebration in the Dominican Winter League. Then they turn to the most pressing question of our time: Which mascots are most formidable in hand-to-hand combat?

    • 49 min
    Call It San Fran, Whatever (Ep. 223)

    Call It San Fran, Whatever (Ep. 223)

    Why is everyone in San Francisco so mad that Will Smith called the city "San Fran?" Really, someone tell Dakota and Gemma why. This week, they try to decode city nickname conventions, gush about Baby Yoda (because who isn't), pick their favorite new Copa de la Diversión teams and explain why you should follow baseball players on Instagram.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
79 Ratings

79 Ratings

jpmccord ,

A Baseball Podcast all about Personality

Well, it’s not all about personality. But Dakota and Gemma are two fun personalities who work great together, and a lot of their conversation is about the personality of MLB and its players, not just the on field achievements. It often reminds me a bit of segments on the classic TV show This Week In Baseball.

Usually 30 minutes or less, it’s a great way to catch up on the week in baseball beyond the same highlights and headlines that everyone else reports. I highly recommend giving it a try just to see if you get the same value out of it that I do.

Come for the refreshingly different baseball (and transit) talk. Stay for one cohost’s weekly domination in the epicly ongoing Rock Paper Scissors grudge match.

And if you have a review that more accurately and adequately summarizes the podcast, you know what to do.

28 rings ,

The Cut4Cast

Michael Clair is an INSANE individual that needs to be physically detained😂.Dakota is a waste of space. Gemma is a nice individual. Christopher Landers is sensible because he lives in Texas. This has been a summary of the lives of the evil masterminds behind what humans know as the “Cut4Cast”.

My dogs name is Molly ,

Definitely in my top 3 podcasts

I’d give it 5 stars but I can’t because of Gemma’s occasional hate talk for Cleveland. That being said it’s hilarious and is a great way to hear about the many fun things in baseball that other podcasts don’t talk about. It definitely feels like how I would talk to my friends about baseball if I could find other 18 year olds that like baseball lol. Even though the stats and actual play of baseball are what I usually pay attention to, this podcast talks about the things that make me love baseball in the first place.

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