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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, 72 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!

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

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.

fantasyfootballgal ,

Mostly outstanding, but can Gemma lay off the hatred of the Indians?

For the most part, I love this podcast. Fun and pretty well informed. But as an Indians fan, Gemma’s inability to EVER mention the Indians without taking potshots at the team, the city, and the state of Ohio is pretty off-putting.

As an Indians fan, it makes it hard to enjoy the podcast. Does MLB really want one of its hosts alienating a fan base? And as a fellow sports media member, it’s unprofessional. Sure, I have teams and fan bases that I don’t like, but that has no place in the professional space.

This kind of endless, desperate trolling reeks of insecurity in one’s own fandom, and it feels embarrassing for someone on a podcast that is meant to celebrate ALL of Major League Baseball.

And all of that is a shame, because Gemma is otherwise good at what she does, and Dakota is outstanding. She might take a clue from his gentle ribbing of his team’s division rival that’s fun without being nasty and incessant.

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