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Mets to Sign Scherzer? Jets and Giants Win, Plus SNY’s Steve Gelbs

Including a preview of Tuesday’s Knicks-Nets matchup

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Aaron Boone on What Went Wrong for the Yankees in 2021 and How to Fix It

CC, Ryan, and the Yankees manager discuss his philosophy toward incorporating analytics into his managerial style, the most pleasant surprises of 2021 on the player development side, and his offseason wish list

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Aaron Loup on the Move and Justin Verlander Staying in Houston. Plus: Randy Wilkins on the Departure of Tyler Wade.

Jake and Jordan react to the latest moves in free agency and give their thoughts on the MLB Hall of Fame

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Bryce Harper and Shohei Ohtani Win MVPs. Plus: Why Is Everyone So Mad About Corbin Burnes?

Baumann and Meg Rowley also run through a series of news items that have dropped in the last week, including the Mets finally hiring a GM while letting Noah Syndergaard walk

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Building the Perfect Pitcher With Jack Flaherty. Plus: Slingin’ Heat Speed Round.

Slingin’ Heat topics include Justin Verlander re-signing with the Astros, Carlos Correa making comments about Derek Jeter, the Mets hiring Billy Eppler, Noah Syndergaard signing with the Angels, and the Warriors trouncing the Nets

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How Do MLB’s Top-Five Free Agent Shortstops Stack Up Against One Another?

This offseason features the most attractive free agent shortstop class in at least the past decade. So who’s the top option? And where might these players end up?

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Noah Syndergaard Is Leaving the Mets for Los Angeles. Plus: Tucker Davidson on Winning a World Series and Fast Buses.

Jake and Jordan also discuss the news that former Angels GM Billy Eppler will be hired as the new GM of the Mets

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Bob Costas on Baseball and Broadcasting

Larry also weighs in on the infrastructure bill, unnecessary racism in political commentary, and how Darwin influences our points of view

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Free Agent Matchmaker: What’s the Best Landing Spot for the 20 Best Free Agents?

Baumann and Kram discuss what’s next for players like Carlos Correa, Justin Verlander, and Marcus Semien

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The Mets Want to Be a Top Franchise. Their GM Search Shows They’ve Got a Ways to Go.

Steve Cohen and Sandy Alderson seem to be closing in on a new GM for the Mets. But while their goal is to elevate the club, their lengthy executive search has shown that may not be so easy to do.

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The Jets Can’t Have Nice Things, Plus Week 9 NFL Picks With Joe Benigno

JJ also gets into the Giants and why they have a very winnable game on Sunday, Brett Gardner’s future with the Yankees, and the Knicks hitting a little rut

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Tom Hanks on 40 Years of Memorable Movies. Plus, Sleeper Warriors and Green Bay’s F.U. Potential.

Bill also shares his thoughts on the Von Miller trade and NBA MVP odds

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Post–World Series Card Prices, Aaron Rodgers News, NFTs, and Mailbag Questions

Mike and Jesse also break down various 2020 football products and discuss which ones are the best values

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The Braves Closed Out the Astros to Win the World Series. How Did They Do It?

CC and Ryan react to the Braves winning their first title since 1995 before discussing Buster Posey’s potential retirement

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The Atlanta Braves Eliminated the Houston Astros to Win Their First World Series Since 1995

Baumann and Kram also share their October superlatives for all the other teams previously eliminated before briefly previewing the ominous labor landscape

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Jets ‘TNF’ Preview and Giants’ Future With Connor Rogers

Plus, ‘Sopranos’ actor Steve Schirripa and the Braves win the World Series

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The Astros Were a Good Team. But to Beat the Braves, They Needed to Be Great.

Houston came into the World Series looking like the favorite. But the differences between this group and the Astros’ 100-plus-win teams of the recent past ultimately proved to be its undoing.

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Atlanta Used One Trick to Win a Shocking World Series Title

Despite winning fewer regular-season games than any team in the 2021 playoff field, Atlanta capitalized on a weak division and key trades to do what so many other superior predecessors could not. The lesson? Try.

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Can the Astros Pull Off the Vaunted 3-1 Comeback?

The guys also discuss who will win the World Series MVP and explain why you should be watching the Dominican winter league

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Can the Astros Contribute to the Atlanta Sports Curse?

CC and Ryan react to the Astros’ comeback victory in Game 5 before discussing the latest in the NBA, NFL, and TV

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Is This the Last Ride of Carlos Correa and the Astros?

Correa has been the face of the Astros throughout their five-year ALCS run. But now, with the shortstop on the verge of free agency, his time in Houston may be nearing its end.

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Who Has the Edge in a Split World Series?

Baumann and Kram also recap a surprisingly eventful week of baseball news that included the Padres hiring Bob Melvin, the Cardinals hiring Oliver Marmol, and the Mets hiring … absolutely no one

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Is It a Good Idea to Buy Tom Brady Cards?

Plus, NBA and MLB quick hits and mailbag

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World Series Reactions Through Two Games. Plus: Doris Burke on the Start of the NBA Season!

Plus, CC breaks down how he’d approach the various hitters in each lineup in this series

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World Series Predictions, Yankees Clubhouse Rumors, and Raiders Talk

Plus, answering listener questions about Halloween movies and the best pitches of all time

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The Six Biggest Things to Watch in the World Series. Plus: A World Series MVP Draft!

The BBQ boys discuss six things that are top of mind as the Astros and Braves prepare for Game 1 before being joined by Michael Baumann and Zach Kram of ‘The Ringer MLB Show’ to draft 12 players who could win World Series MVP

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The Surprise Trio Helping to Power Atlanta’s World Series Run

While outfielder Eddie Rosario has been the postseason hero, left-handed relievers Tyler Matzek, Will Smith, and A.J. Minter have also played a vital role in propelling the club to its first World Series since 1999. Here’s how.

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The Four Areas That Could Decide the 2021 World Series

The Astros and Braves square off in Game 1 Tuesday night, and these are the key factors that could win or lose them the series

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Best World Series Cards to Buy, NBA Hot and Cold, NFL News, and Mailbag Questions

Mike and Jesse discuss which Astros and Braves cards to buy

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Jets Get Wilson Hurt, Giants Get Darnold Benched, Plus Bad Losses for the Knicks and Nets

JJ reacts to the Week 7 NFL slate and shares his thoughts on how the Jets should approach Wilson’s injury

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What Does the Dodgers’ NLCS Loss Forecast About the Team’s Future?

The Dodgers have long been able to wipe away playoff losses with a near certainty that the team would be back the following season. But with roster upheaval on the horizon, how long will that be the case?

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Was This Red Sox Season a Sign of Things to Come, or Just a Surprising One-off?

Boston’s playoff run was just the cleanse many fans needed to forget about last season. But things may not be all that sunny on the horizon.