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In Episode 254 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey is unable to steer Jarrett away from talking about football, and Jets football at that, for the first bit. Eventually we get onto Sandy's press conference (yes that was only last week) and what to do about the front office. We also talk non-tenders and the mess that is minor league realignment. …
 
Despite the title, it's a Mets-centric episode as J.P. and Mark discuss Robinson Canó's suspension and Marcus Stroman's Qualifying Offer. Then it's onto 40-man adds as J.P. talks Tigers pitching prospects, and Mark is excited about Jake Burger. Eventually though, it all comes back to Donovan Solano. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcas…
 
In Episode 253 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the newest free agent Met, the fact that there are no new 40-man Mets, and even do an off the cuff Rule 5 draft preview. Then in the second half of the show, we chat with David Roth about Chris Flexen, bars at Citi Field, Steve Cohen's posting energy, and the other Wilpon bro…
 
In Episode 95, Emma and Craig discuss somewhere between four and six mostly baseball topics. 1? Let's talk about more Theo Epstein stuff I guess 2, probably. CaOHNO: Robinson Canó will miss all of 2021 after a second positive PED test. What does that mean for him and the Mets? 3. Minor Threat: MLB could simply announce what the minors are going to …
 
In Episode 94, Bradford and Craig chat about the Kim Ng hire and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Chicago Nope: Breaking news during the podcast for a change! 2. Robbie Jay: Maybe the free agent market will be okay? 3. Drew Smyly, smyling politely: At least if you are taking a one-year deal. 4. This tweet contains monosodium glutamate (…
 
In Episode 251 of For All You Kids Out There, the Mets stopped making news after our two midweek episodes, so you can just consider them an extended first half of the show. We do add some thoughts on Chris Flexen, Kim Ng, the Marlins Roster Resource page, and George Springer. Then we answer your questions on Mets Kremlinology (one last time?) and a…
 
In Episode 93, Emma and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. This is just a Mets podcast now: Marcus Stroman accepts the QO and Noah Syndergaard has a new twitter bio 2. Our better Angels: The Angels have a new GM. 3. Welcome to Miami: As do the Marlins, as Kim Ng finally gets a shot in the GM's chair. 4. HARDWARE: Some thoughts on the Cy …
 
Grant Brisbee returns to discuss Justin Turner, the championship afterglow, spoonerized baseball names, and more. Plus an election reaction, 12 quick tales of players, Saturday morning reminisces, and the happy story of a Hall of Fame manager. TABLE OF CONTENTS Election Reaction/Twelve Sources of Baseball Distraction*Top 10 Presidential Failures*Th…
 
In Episode 92, Bradford and Craig chat discuss five mostly World Series topics. 1. Today I settle all Sandy business: Steve Cohen is officially the owner of the Mets. Sandy Alderson is officially the President of the Mets. They are going to need to hire almost everyone else now. 2. Blight Sox: The Tony La Russa erais not off to a good start after i…
 
In Episode 248 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have a very, very busy news week to cover. Off the top of one of our heads, well Harol Gonzalez has re-upped with the Mets as a MiLBFA. Oh, also Steve Cohen officially owns the team and has cleaned house in Player Dev and Analytics. We have thoughts. Minor League Baseball is changing…
 
Mark and J.P. are back to cover all the news that got dumped on a not-all-that-newsworthy Friday afternoon. Then it's time to dive into the Top 50 Free Agents and talk landing spots and dynasty value. And finally Mark gets a little blue about an impending Francisco Lindor trade. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @…
 
In Episode 91, Emma and Craig chat discuss five mostly World Series topics. 1. The Merry-Go-Round is in motion: A.J. Hinch and Alex Cora find new (or old) landing spots. Also, the TLR era in Chicago seems off to a good start. 2. Neutral Site Hotel: Did you enjoy the World Series being played in a converted Lowe's thousands of miles from either team…
 
It's officially the offseason, but there is no offseason, so J.P. and Mark sit down to discuss Justin Turner breaking protocols, the World Series MVP, and where exactly Randy Arozarena ranks in a dynasty context now. Then they consider if breakout prospects and players ever really stick long term. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast …
 
Scott Lemieux returns to talk about the presidential election, reforming the Supreme Court, the greatness of Joe Morgan, and the controversial usage of Whitey Ford. Plus: Tales of Pittsburgh Pirates teams (and local banana factories) gone wrong. TABLE OF CONTENTS The Pittsburgh Banana Company Has a Bad Day*Babe Adams Gives His Answer*Scott Lemieux:…
 
In Episode 90, Bradford, Emma and Craig chat discuss four mostly World Series topics. 1. The not-so-impossible has happened: The Dodgers finally win the big one. Hopefully it won't take another 32 years for Craig to change his mind on Randy Arozarena. 2. Protocol Me Maybe: Could the season end with any other segment? 3. There's no such thing as a f…
 
The World Series is over, and with that Major League Baseball moves into the offseason. For how long? Not really sure, things are weird right now. That said as the offseason begins in earnest, so too does the Flags Fly Forever offseason program. On this edition Mike, Jon, and Samuel talk about why the Fall Classic wasn't a must watch presentation, …
 
n Episode 89, Jeffrey and Craig chat about managing your infant's Dodgers bullpen consumption and then discuss five mostly World Series topics. 1. Dodgers put on a show and return World Series to status quo in Game 3 win: Neither of us remember much about this game other than Walker Buehler's pants. We do have some rhyme scheme takes. 2. Dodgers go…
 
Mark and J.P. discuss instant replay and who might be affected by no NL DH in 2021, then play a game of who ya got with the Dynasty 500 and ponder a Great British Bake Off Eliminator Pool. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Music from https://filmmusic.io “District …
 
In Episode 246 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the playoffs (after announcing they won't talk about the playoffs), NYC mayoral politics, and instructional league video. In the second half of the show, they talk...well, more about the playoffs with Editor-in-Chief Craig Goldstein. And in the third half of the show we answe…
 
In Episode 88, Emma and Craig chat about Craig's Wayfair purchases and listening to baseball on the radio and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Game 1 Dominance over Rays shows why they’ll win the World Series: The Dodgers got off to a good start in the Fall Classic. 2. Game 2 loss looked eerily similar to past World Series failures: And…
 
David Roth returns to discuss the sale of the Mets, postseason aesthetics, and the launch of The Defector. Plus a Reds outfielder with way too much swing and miss in his game, Rogers Hornsby’s time versus Joe Morgan’s, and how a failed White Sox rebuild relates to both. TABLE OF CONTENTS Rolando’s Room*Joe Morgan in His Time/Johnny Evers Loses a Jo…
 
In Episode 87, Jeffrey and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. This segment is brought to you by the number seven: An extremely brief recap of two weekend Game Sevens, plus where do the Braves and Astros go from here. 2. The Merry-Go-Round is in Motion: It seems like a weird time for the Marlins to part ways with Michael Hill, plus Nick K…
 
In Episode 245 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey would like a brisk discussion of the playoffs and the Mets ownership scuttlebutt, but Jarrett takes us on a whirlwind tour of personal pref lists and poker stories from the 00s. We do eventually get to the latest in Mets news such as it is, and then handle a four-part email in the third half of …
 
The playoffs are in full swing so Mark and J.P. discuss the young players still competing for a World Series, starting with...you guessed it, Randy Arozarena. Is now a good time to buy low on Austin Riley? (also Mark would like all your Ryan Mountcastle offers) And they wrap up chatting about the what rookie starter you'd want out of the NLCS rotat…
 
In Episode 86 Emma and Craig discuss six mostly baseball topics. 1. Groundhog Dave: Craig has some things to work through on the pod again. 2. Oh, they call me the breeze: They built a ballpark you can also test your new Aston Martin's aerodynamics in. 3. It's getting Dusty in here: The Astros are on their way back in the ALCS. 4. Life is too short…
 
1. Manny being Manny: The Rays take a commanding 2-0 lead int he ALCS thanks to the efforts of a different corner outfielder than you might have guessed. 2. Deep Fried: You will be shocked to learn Craig wasn't a big fan of Dave Roberts bullpen management in Game 1. 3. A new pitch: Will Billy Beane's shit work in the Champions League? 4. The Merry-…
 
With the Mets...uh...not in the playoffs according to our notes, it's going to be a sparse news week for Episode 244 of For All You Kids Out There, so Jeffrey and Jarrett turn the agenda over to the listeners. We do have to employ Rob Mains for a particularly complicated financial question, although Jarrett is far more qualified to handle that one …
 
A rare solo episode features 3.5 tales of brawls, zoos, and recently-departed greats of the game, plus a brief explanation of why mask-wearing is controversial. TABLE OF CONTENTS Babe Ruth Has a Cold*Notes/ Jay Johnstone/China’s Fault*Bob Feller Gave Names to All the Animals*A Home Run in Boston (Casey Stengel Rides Again)*Bob Gibson vs. Tom Seaver…
 
The regular season in baseball is over, and as such another season of Flags Fly Forever pulls into port for another dry dock adventure. Before we winterize the fantasy ship Mike, Jon, and Samuel go over what happened in the year while pontificating what it could mean for next year. The lads also discuss their favorite players to watch in the game, …
 
In Episode 84 Emma and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. The Bad Guys Are Winning?: Our producer explains the different types of wrestling heels, and why does Billy Beane's shit still not work in the playoffs? 2. Super Dave Roberts: Despite what Craig says at the outset, he does not in fact keep this segment short. 3. Okay, Craig was ri…
 
In Episode 83 Bradford and Craig chat about how meaningful the Wild Card round was and then discuss the four Divisional Series. Five and Dive is listener-supported, you can join our Patreon at patreon.com/fiveanddive. If you want to get in contact with the show, the e-mail address is fiveanddive@baseballprospectus.com. Our theme tune is by Jawn Sto…
 
In Episode 243 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett break down where it all went wrong for the Phillies and Matt Klentak. I think we tie it back into the Mets around the 30-minute mark. We also discuss what a Lindor trade might look like, because there's a low of down time for a Mets podcast now, so might as well speculate on Francisc…
 
The playoffs are underway so J.P. and Mark review all the action from the Fall Frenzy and talk about whether to rebuild or go for it in both MLB and dynasty. Also, last week when we said it was one last round of call-ups, well, there was another call-up. Alex Kirilloff joining the Twins Wild Card Round roster leads into a discussion about how you g…
 
In Episode 82 Emma, and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Are we having fun yet?: The Fall Frenzy has left everyone a little frenzied out. 2. Bullpen Hell: Yesterday had a lot of relievers going, and it didn't go well. 3. Let the kids play: Yesterday had a lot of rookies going. Is this a meaningful trend? 4. Gooooooo Homeeeeeee: Trevor …
 
The regular season in baseball is over, and as such another season of Flags Fly Forever pulls into port for another dry dock adventure. Before we winterize the fantasy ship Mike, Jon, and Samuel go over what happened in the year while pontificating what it could mean for next year. The lads also discuss their favorite players to watch in the game, …
 
In Episode 242 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett spend the first half of the show on our end-of-season podcast tradition, spending 30 seconds* on each 2020 Met. Then in the second half of the show we chat about what Sandy Alderson as Team President might bring in the near future to Queens baseball. Finally in the third half of the …
 
In Episode 81, Jeffrey and Craig chat about prospect eligibility and the last day of the season and then preview all eight playoff series. Five and Dive is listener-supported, you can join our Patreon at patreon.com/fiveanddive. If you want to get in contact with the show, the e-mail address is fiveanddive@baseballprospectus.com. Our theme tune is …
 
JP is sticking with his quarantine bread making, Mark is sticking with Marlins pitchers, and the TINO crew has one last round of call-ups and more guys to watch. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Music from https://filmmusic.io “District Four” by Kevin MacLeod (htt…
 
In Episode 79, Bradford, Emma, and Craig chat about MLB's forgotten testing promises and then discuss five mostly baseball awards topics. 1. Playoffs? Playoffs?!: We are down to the final weekend. The AL teams are locked. The NL teams are still a mess. 2. Hardware Vol. 1: The MVP awards get discussed, with more consensus in the NL than AL. 3. Hardw…
 
Cliff Corcoran returns to try to figure out who deserves which awards out of this crazy attenuated season in a disaster of a year, plus tales of players and people neglected in their post-career years and a requiem for the lost pennant races of the future. TABLE OF CONTENTS The Man in the Green Uniform*Ron Gardenhire*1980 in the AL East*Cliff Corco…
 
With the season drawing to a close, is it too soon to look at 2021? Of course not. Mike, Jon, and Samuel spend some time talking through how they think the 2020 bubble plan for the playoffs will go(spoiler alert not great). They then transition to discussing pop up cases both good and bad in the shortened season, pondering how these season will cha…
 
In Episode 79, Jeffrey and Craig chat about being Coffee Dads and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Who Doesn't Want It Least: The NL playoff race is a mess, y'all 2. Around the Horn: A wide catcher has a good game, a Yankees lawyer is on the case, a Mets GM returns to Queens, and we say good bye to Cole Hamels and Ron Gardenhire (and th…
 
In Episode 241 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett preview the 2020Jets season, lay the 2020 Mets to rest again, and review new PTBNL and old prospect lists. In the second half of the show, David Roth of Defector Media sums up 20 years of the Wilpon Mets in one Simpsons reference, and Jarrett goes deep into the annals of Mets ownersh…
 
After a week away, JP returns to discuss some recent call ups, including his love for Alejandro Kirk, and his status as the 2nd best podcast host in the TINO League. The guys also chat about some 2020 breakouts and their value heading into 2021. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.c…
 
In Episode 78, Emma and Craig chat about Fernando Tatis jr, and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. There's a lot to commend it: Why don't they just build the whole season out of the expanded playoffs? 2. Doing a disservice: Actually, it's about ethics in Nick Pivetta's service time 3. AQWhy are we playing baseball: playing baseball doesn'…
 
Jesse Spector returns to debate which players are overrated and remember Tom Seaver, plus Big Ed Walsh fails to parent and Ed Whitson is betrayed by Yankees fans. TABLE OF CONTENTS Big Ed’s Kids*Failing Ed Whitson*Jesse Spector: Tom Seaver: The Yankees Years*The Serious Seaver*Aroldis Chapman vs. the Rays*Twitter Homerism*“J. Guerra”*Mike Clevinger…
 
With the season drawing to a close, is it too soon to look at 2021? Of course not. Mike, Jon, and Samuel spend some time talking through how they think the 2020 bubble plan for the playoffs will go(spoiler alert not great). They then transition to discussing pop up cases both good and bad in the shortened season, pondering how these season will cha…
 
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