We break down the 11-run inning that powered the Dodgers in Game 3, flipping the script in a series that had been surprisingly dominated by the Braves up to that point (0:00). Then, we discuss the saga that was Walker Buehler’s pants (1:21), before discussing how even with a loss in Game 4, the Rays have set themselves up nicely to close out the Astros in the coming days (20:33). Finally, we diagnose what it would mean for the White Sox—one of the most exciting young teams in baseball—to hire Tony La Russa, AJ Hinch, or Alex Cora (30:37).
The Dodgers Rout Their Way Back Into the Series. Plus: Houston Hangs on to Avoid a Sweep.
The guys also talk about what it would mean for the White Sox to hire Tony La Russa, AJ Hinch, or Alex Cora
The bubbly lapsed voter seems at first to be one of the more straightforward characters of Season 2. But behind her smile lie glimpses of someone much more interesting.
No one is better at generating productive offense with no-name quarterbacks than Shanahan and playmakers like Christian McCaffrey, George Kittle, Deebo Samuel, and Brandon Aiyuk. Will it be enough for a playoff run?
JJ covers the latest in Mets, Jets, and Giants news, and Art DiCesare and Jason Katz drop in to discuss best bets and fantasy football
Utah’s Good, the 49ers Aren’t Dead, Nobody Believes in Minnesota, and More—With Michael Pina, Peter Schrager, and Benjamin Solak
Bill is first joined by Michael Pina to talk the Jazz’s winning streak, then by Peter Schrager to talk the 49ers, and finally by Benjamin Solak to talk biggest NFL matchups. Later: Bill’s Million-Dollar Picks for Week 14.