The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh and Michael Baumann dissect the stats of Blue Jays minor leaguer Nick Sinay, one of the most hit-by-pitch-prone players of all time (02:15), and play a quick game of "Pitcher who's posted at least a 50 Game Score in the last 30 days or pop-punk/emo front man" (09:30). Then they bring on Sinay to find out why and where he gets hit so often (16:30), how many bruises he has (21:00), how he stays on the field despite getting plunked every other game (on average) (23:00), and whether his unique style of play can take him higher on the minor league ladder (30:00).
How Hit-by-Pitch King Nick Sinay Manages to Stay on the Field
The Blue Jays minor leaguer shows off his bruises on this episode of ‘The Ringer MLB Show’
Bill Simmons and Van Lathan try to make it home before Thanksgiving so they can rewatch John Hughes’s ‘Planes, Trains, and Automobiles,’ starring Steve Martin and John Candy
Mike and Jesse break down the latest NFL action and talk the rising card values of Christian Watson and Josh Jacobs
Steve and Paul hand out their favorite bets for USA-Iran and break down England-Wales
What ‘Strange World’ and ‘Glass Onion’ Can Tell Us About the Goals of Streaming Companies Right Now. Plus, ‘The White Lotus’ S2E5.
Chris and Andy also talk about the trailer for the new Taylor Sheridan series ‘1923’
Matt is joined by Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw to discuss the biggest problems on Disney’s plate in the Bob Iger Era, Part 2