Ben Lindbergh and Michael Baumann break down the weekend’s playoff action, starting with Joe Girardi’s curious relationship with the challenge and Aaron Judge’s untimely slump (02:00), then David Price's emergence as Boston's only trustworthy pitcher (23:00) and José Altuve’s .700-plus batting average (32:45). Then they wrestle with Clayton Kershaw’s playoff reputation (37:45), whether Arizona is good enough to come back from a 2-0 deficit (42:00), and Joe Maddon’s bullpen management in the Cubs’ Game 2 loss to Washington (46:00).
The MLB Playoffs Are Full of Heroes and Goats
Wrapping up a weekend of games with a discussion of Aaron Judge, Clayton Kershaw, managers, and more
The Browns quarterback made his first on-field appearance in 700 days on Sunday. But rather than address the real, important reasons for his absence, most people in the NFL machine seemed content to leave them in the past.
As England are through to the 2022 World Cup quarterfinals against France, we try to figure out whether England will play the same starting lineup—or whether Marcus Rashford could start
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn to chat about England’s 3-0 win over Senegal, which featured a sublime performance by Jude Bellingham
Flo Lloyd-Hughes and her guests discuss Manchester United and Chelsea’s sensational wins, and a welcome return for Arsenal
Bakari and John discuss how the 2016 election changed the world, what Herschel Walker’s candidacy means for the state of politics, and Joe Biden’s 2024 re-election prospects