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Karl Ravech joins Buster to discuss this weekend’s Yankees-Red Sox series, Boston’s favorable schedule going forward, New York controlling its fate, the White Sox clinching the AL Central and how dangerous they’ll be in the playoffs, Craig Kimbrel’s disappointing play since being traded, the Cardinals ripping off a 12th-straight win, Juan Soto’s se…
 
Matt Vasgersian joins Buster to discuss the lamest bench clearing ever between the Rays and Blue Jays, the big Yankees-Red Sox series over the weekend, St. Louis rising from the ashes and if the Angels could be players for Max Scherzer in free agency. Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game with notes on two notable 22-year-olds knocking 40 home runs, J…
 
David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss the Cardinals storming into the playoffs like Smarty Jones, the Padres’ official turn down Bitter Boulevard, Kevin Kiermaier scooping up the Blue Jays’ data card on the field and the need for a pitch clock to speed up the game. Then, Hembo stops by to talk about Connor McGregor’s first pitch, the Phillies f…
 
Cats are making cameos all over sports right now, from a stray at Yankee Stadium to a dangling feline in Miami. But ESPN’s Liz Merrill has the original wild and twisting tale of the St. Louis Cardinals’ Rally Cat. When the kitten crawled onto the field during the bottom of the sixth in a 2017 game against the Kansas City Royals, Yadier Molina proce…
 
Sarah Langs joins Buster to discuss if Jon Lester if a Hall of Famer, if 200 career wins for pitchers is the new 300 wins, Shane Baz debuting for the Rays with a dominant performance and the challenges for the White Sox with the postseason on the horizon. Then, author and columnist George Will stops by to talk about why he thinks the game of baseba…
 
Jeff Passan joins Buster to discuss the AL MVP conversation shifting to Vlad Guerrero Jr. and how absurd that is with the way Shohei Ohtani is playing, Bryce Harper as the NL MVP, the confrontation between Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr. in the dugout and the offseason reckoning facing the Padres, possibilities for the Mets GM job, if Aaron Bo…
 
Karl Ravech joins Buster to discuss Steve Cohen getting wild on social media (again), the AL MVP, Bryce Harper and the Phillies, the Yankees’ regretful record against the Orioles, and Karl’s landing spots for the class of free agent shortstops. Later, Todd Radom stops by with the Forgotten Franchise and the weekly quiz.…
 
Sarah Langs joins Buster to discuss why all the players don’t wear No. 21 for Roberto Clemente Day, the Cardinals’ slow climb into the NL Wild Card race, Robbie Ray’s continued dominance and matching up the premier shortstop free agents with their future teams. Later, Braves manager Brian Snitker stops by for his first podcast interview. He and Bus…
 
David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss Roberto Clemente Day, their thoughts on part one of the new 30 for 30 “Once Upon a Time in Queens,” the Cardinals possibly sneaking into the NL Wild Card, if Shohei Ohtani could REALLY lose the AL MVP, the Rookie of the Year races and Ryan Braun’s legacy. Then, Hembo stops by to talk about if Max Scherzer i…
 
Darryl Strawberry joins Buster ahead of ESPN's new 30 for 30 “Once Upon a Time in Queens” about the World Series-winning 1986 New York Mets. Darryl and Buster discuss why Mets fans went so crazy for the ’86 team, their famous curtain calls, being the bad boys of the league, Dwight Goodin’s delivery, Gary Carter playing with joy and what he was thin…
 
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss the chirping between the Mets and Yankees over alleged sign-stealing, Francisco Lindor’s three home runs on Sunday Night Baseball, if either New York team makes the playoffs, Max Scherzer’s 3,000th strikeout, Corbin Burnes and the battle for NL Cy Young, and the Blue Jays surging into playoff position by laying …
 
Michael Kay joins Buster to discuss his memories of 9/11, being unsure if fans were ready to watch “a silly game” when baseball resumed, his moment of clarity when he realized what sports really means to people, the pride he felt after President George W. Bush’s first pitch, and the desperation for the Yankees and Mets headed into the weekend. Then…
 
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman joins Buster to discuss Derek Jeter’s speech in Cooperstown, the state of his and Jeter’s relationship, his conversations with Joe Torre after 9/11 on what role the team should play in the New York City, the love shown to the Yankees throughout the league in the aftermath, and President George W. Bush’s first p…
 
Stephanie Bell joins Buster to discuss Mets president Sandy Alderson’s assertion that Jacob deGrom’s injury “has resolved itself,” how Fernando Tatis Jr. has been able to protect his shoulder and whether Tatis should have surgery. Then, David Schoenfield talks about the Padres looking like its in trouble, the Blue Jays busting out, Gerrit Cole’s se…
 
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss a wacky game between the Red Sox and Rays, if the Blue Jays could make the playoffs, the Yankees losing Jonathan Loaisiga, the Giants taking the weekend series against the Dodgers for first place in the NL West, if Max Scherzer is now the Cy Young favorite in the NL, Cody Bellinger’s struggles and Charlie Morton…
 
Karl Ravech joins Buster to discuss what they would do if they ran the Mets, why Steve Cohen should do everything he can to get Theo Epstein, the tie for first in the NL West, the wide-open race for NL CY Young, Bryce Harper as the favorite for NL MVP and Gerrit Cole closing in on AL Cy Young. Later, Todd Radom stops by with the Forgotten Franchise…
 
On this episode of the podcast we are joined once again by San Francisco Giants beat writer for Bay Area News Group, Kerry Crowley. Following a tough series against the Brew Crew, the Giants are in first no more. Kerry and I talk Giants baseball and what troubles may lie ahead with injuries, the starting rotation and more. --- This episode is spons…
 
Jeff Passan joins Buster to discuss the Dodgers overtaking the Giants atop the NL West, why it’s the Dodgers’ division and World Series to lose, the Giants running into the Brewers’ buzzsaw, the Mets continuing to devolve, Steve Cohen having a conscience-free opportunity to clean house, who Cohen might look at to run the team, and a sliver of hope …
 
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