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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…
 
In Episode 240 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have a nice short first half of the show planned out that gets derailed by a half hour on bullpen construction thoughts. We also have some more Mets Kremlinology, some breaking ownership news, and another Michael Conforto extension question to answer.…
 
In Episode 77, Jeffrey and Bradford discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Moving Day: The Yankees leave the Orioles in their wake, and the Marlins and Mariners are making moves towards the playoffs. 2. Meet the Mets: The Mets may finally have a new owner, but we ask the important question, what does this mean for A-Rod? 3. Around the Horn: A no-h…
 
Mike, Jon, and Samuel return for a more abstract episode of the podcast this week. Jon has some interesting fantasy performers that were all either super sleepers or undrafted that Mike and Samuel try to guess. One does better than the other, you can probably figure out which is which there. Then the lads take a couple listener questions involving …
 
Mark is joined by Baseball Prospectus Lead Prospect Writer Jeffrey Paternostro to go over just some of the 40+ prospects from the 2020 Top 101 that have played in the majors this season. Whose performances are they buying and whose are they selling? And how did Mark forget about Triston McKenzie? Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast /…
 
In Episode 76, Jeffrey and Craig have frankly a too long conversation about Kyle Wright and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Minor Threat: The PBA is about to expire and MLB seems about ready to take over the minors. 2. Big Scores Are Back: 19-0? Psshaw. 3. Around the Horn: An ump show, a second base glove, a steal go home, and some NL …
 
Mike, Jon, and Samuel return for a more abstract episode of the podcast this week. Jon has some interesting fantasy performers that were all either super sleepers or undrafted that Mike and Samuel try to guess. One does better than the other, you can probably figure out which is which there. Then the lads take a couple listener questions involving …
 
In Episode 75, Bradford, Jeffrey and Craig discuss grilling and then engage in five rounds of buy or sell for 2021. 1. Are you buying the White Sox as a top 3 team in the AL? 2. Are you buying the Phillies as the second best team in the NL East? 3. Are the Yankees always going to have a dozen injured players? 4. Are the Athletics the best team in t…
 
In Episode 239 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett get bogged down in a Todd Frazier discussion off the hop, shocking. We then get into where the Mets stand with 20 games to go and our retired lawyer has some thoughts on A-Rod suing the Wilpons. In the second half of the show we spend some time considering late Mets great Tom Seaver,…
 
Ginny Searle (Baseball Prospectus) discusses the aftermath of the Thom Brenneman slur and gives a scholar’s insight into Shakespeare. Plus racially-motivated violence in the Negro Leagues and the PCL, with a voyage into one of the great nicknames. TABLE OF CONTENTS The Consequences of Being Boojum Wilson*A Fight in Oakland: “Here’s My Chance”*Ginny…
 
Mark and J.P. are back with for an omnibus trade deadline edition of TINO. Mark and J.P. debate the value of Cleveland's return for Mike Clevinger and try to figure out if they've ever developed a left-handed pitcher. Plus more Marlins talk and J.P. tries and fails to bait Mark into a Monte Harrison discussion due to a meddling producer. Email: tin…
 
The gang's all here! Mike, Jon, and Samuel reconvene for a big episode on the 2020 trade deadline. They dive into a fair amount of discussion on the lesser known deals with fantasy implications. Not unlike the trade deadline itself, there's a lot of action without direction in this episode but it ends up being exciting. See how we did that? Got a c…
 
In Episode 74, Emma and Craig discuss six mostly baseball topics. 1. Rob Manfred get a forehead tattoo challenge: Rob Manfred likes baseball. No, there will be no follow up questions. 2. Rule 1: Leave the memes to the professionals, not the professional baseball teams. 3. My New Dads: The trade deadline was 90% Padres deals 4. Remembering Tom Seave…
 
The gang's all here! Mike, Jon, and Samuel reconvene for a big episode on the 2020 trade deadline. They dive into a fair amount of discussion on the lesser known deals with fantasy implications. Not unlike the trade deadline itself, there's a lot of action without direction in this episode but it ends up being exciting. See how we did that? Got a c…
 
In Episode 73, Bradford is joined by Shakeia Taylor and Cory Frontin to discuss a week of strikes in baseball, whether or not Rob Manfred cares about the sport or Black people, and Jackie Robinson Day. 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 ad…
 
In Episode 237 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the weirdest Mets Kremlinology yet, Steve Cohen closing in on ownership of the team, potential deadline moves, the current state of the Mets rotation, and well a whole lot of other stuff we've already forgotten after watching two dire Mets losses from record to post.…
 
Paul Dickson returns to discuss The Rise of the GI Army, an increasingly hard-to-imagine moment when the country overcame resistance and demagoguery to pull together. Plus a tale of two terrible first basemen going to war and a reply to Thom Brennaman. TABLE OF CONTENTS Mahan, Sturm, and the Lost Players of 2040*Thom Brennaman: “Bye Bye Blackbird”*…
 
In Episode 72, Jeffrey and Craig discuss Bo Bichette and five other mostly baseball topics. 1. Call Up SZN: There's been oh so many debuting top prospects. Here are several of them. 2. Team Entropy: The AL playoff picture seems fairly settled at the halfway point, the NL one? Not so much 3. August and Everything After: What is the trade deadline go…
 
In Episode 236 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and (mostly) Jarrett chat about the Mets Covid issues, the latest in ownership rumors, the current state of the Mets rotation as we approach the trade deadline, and Jeffrey makes the classic mistake of bringing up Sixto Sánchez, turning what he thought would be like a 75-minute podcast into a...…
 
Mark and J.P. are back with for an omnibus call-up edition of TINO. Mark has a new favorite Marlins pitcher to talk about. J.P. like Joey Bart's power. They chat about the debuting Tigers starters and answer a few questions from the listeners as well. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: pat…
 
This week Jon is out on vacation so Mike, Samuel and special guest Ellen Adair of acting and podcasting fame talk about a variety of things. From being in a mixed baseball marriage, to handling four different fantasy leagues, to exploring the world of baseball movies with her husband, this is definitely one of the most fun episodes in recent memory…
 
This one has everything: David Roth, the Defector, a mysterious player with a name that suggests a large animal with a slack colon, a rumored Mickey Mantle trade of 1958, the Mets, and more. TABLE OF CONTENTS Frank Lane’s Hypothetical Mickey Mantle Trade and the Media*Three Announcements Invoking Craig Calcaterra*New Baseball Song: “The American Ga…
 
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