We open this week by discussing The Athletic’s report that Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway sexually harassed multiple female reporters during his time in Cleveland, New York, and Los Angeles (1:08). Then, we discuss the Nolan Arenado trade from every angle: how good Arenado is, whether this makes St. Louis a serious contender, and what exactly the Rockies are doing (21:30). Finally, we wave goodbye to Dustin Pedroia’s career by inviting Joon Lee, a Red Sox fan, and Randy Wilkins, a Yankees fan, to discuss what Pedroia’s lasting legacy will be (55:00).
The Nolan Arenado Trade Is a Statement of Rockies Dysfunction. Plus: Dustin Pedroia’s Retirement.
Jake and Jordan also discuss reports about Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway
Survivor is back! ‘Blood and Water’ winner Tyson Apostol is joined by The Ringer’s Juliet Litman to break down changes to the show, hand out superlatives, and more!
On this week’s episode, Jinx and Shea discuss ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ one of the best albums that came out of the 2010s, by the South Bronx emcee Cardi B
Ryan discusses the Yankees’ playoff odds and reacts to Luis Severino making his first MLB appearance since 2019
Can Team USA overcome its interpersonal obstacles to regain the Cup? Will Europe’s experience and general affability prove too much? And what exactly is a "brass chest"? Answering those questions and more ahead of the 2020 Ryder Cup (in 2021).