The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh and Michael Baumann banter about the history of MLB players who've worn no. 69 (03:00), an incredible catch in the Junior League World Series (05:30), the Giants' official elimination from the NL West race (06:30), Aroldis Chapman's removal from the Yankees' closer role (08:00), and a short-lived umpire protest (11:00), then talk to R.J. Anderson of CBS Sports about the growing information gap between teams and agents and the future of labor relations in MLB (16:30).
Umpire Protests, Little League Catches, and the Future of Labor Relations
Ben Lindbergh and Michael Baumann banter about MLB players who’ve worn no. 69, an incredible catch in the Junior League World Series, and a short-lived umpire protest before talking to R.J. Anderson about the future of MLB labor relations
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