Retired major leaguer Trevor Plouffe brings former teammates and guests from around baseball to Sequence to break down past performances. Twice per week, players across the world of baseball come on to look back, explain their process, and walk through the entire sequence of an at-bat.
37 | Miguel Cabrera was in pain when he got the best of fellow superstar Mariano Rivera
Miggy and Mo were the superstars of MLB when Plouffe was just entering the league. That said, Trevor brings you this Sequence battle from the perspective of a guy who had a front row seat to watch these legends.
36 | Trevor Plouffe's error led to the infamous thumbs down guy
A Trevor Plouffe error in 2017 led to the infamous fan giving a thumbs down after Todd Frazier's home run, which then became the Yankees rallying cry the rest of the season
35 | Trea Turner, Starlin Casto double play (Trevor breaks it down solo)
Trea Turner and Starlin Castro turned a special double play that saved a game. Trevors takes us through it. Listen now...
34 | Justin Turner's WS Game 5 defense (Trevor breaks it down solo)
Justin Turner was PURPOSELY bouncing throws to first base in Game 5 of the World Series, and Trevor Plouffe was happy to see a fellow third baseman successfully pulling that off. Listen now...
33 | Kiké Hernandez (Trevor breaks it down solo)
Kike Hernandez added to his postseason legacy with a home run in Game 7 of the NLCS. Trevor breaks it down for us. Listen now
32 | Rays 4 man OF vs Astros (Trevor breaks it down solo)
Tampa Rays four man outfield SHUT DOWN the Houston Astros offense in the ALCS. Listen now.
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What more could you possibly want as a baseball fan? This show gives you an in depth look into particular players and their mindsets during at bats that stand out to them. With ex-big leaguer Trevor Plouffe interviewing current players, we get an inside look at how players approach their at bats. Great great show if you’re a player yourself or just a die hard fan of the game.
Love hearing players break down at bats and some drills, I hope this spreads to the younger generation.