We offer rapid-fire reactions to the week in baseball news: Adam Plutko’s comments on his teammates breaking COVID protocols, Ramón Laureano’s suspension, Joe Kelly on Ross Stripling’s podcast, and the Buffalo Blue Jays (2:30). Then, we are joined by Washington Post Nationals beat reporter Jesse Dougherty for a boots in the press box report on Juan Soto’s mammoth home runs in Citi Field this week (25:35). Finally, we go to this week’s The Good, the Bad, and the Uggla, before sharing a moment of baseball joy (36:09).
Only Juan Soto Can Outdo Juan Soto
Plus, Jake and Jordan dive into this week’s The Good, the Bad, and the Uggla
Jeanette Kwakye and Flo Lloyd-Hughes join Ian to discuss England’s chances, some dark horses, and other sides that look strong going into the European Women’s Championship
Dave, Chris, and Bryan Ford pursue a dish close to Bryan’s heart: the Honduran quesadilla
As Terry McLaurin’s new deal shows, big contracts for NFL wideouts aren’t going away, even with the constant influx of new, young talent. And that’s largely due to the league’s offensive—and defensive—evolution.