Michael Baumann is joined by Zach Kram to talk about baseball’s holy trinity leading the league in homers (02:00). Then, Rodger Sherman shares his proposal for what should happen to teams that get no-hit (20:30), and Ben Lindbergh breaks down the early AL favorites (32:30) and explains how throwing strikes ain’t all it’s been cracked up to be (44:30).
Who Ya Got—Red Sox or Astros? Plus: Harper, Machado, and Trout Return to the Top
Rodger Sherman and Ben Lindbergh also talk no-hitters and AL favorites
Professor Peters discusses what makes the best, the best? And how do elite sports people deal with failure and animalistic behavior?
Dr. Brown and Dr. Burley also discuss the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic
Plus, friend of the show Nick Turturro returns to talk about the Yankees’ recent slump, Gleyber Torres, and ‘The Captain’
Dave and Chris talk meal ideas for kids that are both delicious and healthy, among other topics
Five Reasons the Book Behind ‘House of the Dragon’ is Even Harder to Adapt Than the Books Behind ‘Game of Thrones’
‘Thrones’ provided a blueprint for a series set in Westeros, but ‘Fire & Blood,’ the book ‘House of the Dragon’ is based on, is even more daunting to adapt than ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’