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Peacock Magic, Yankees Whiff on More FAs and the Knicks’ Playoff Window Closed

JJ recaps the opening weekend of March Madness, including the run of St. Peters, before discussing what free agency moves in the American League mean for the Yankees

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Ryan Poles Has Not Started the Clock and Cubs Fans Face a New Reality

Plus, Patrick Williams returns, and God bless the NCAA tournament

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The Twins—Yes, the Twins—Landed MLB’s Best Free Agent. What Does That Mean for the League?

Minnesota is signing shortstop Carlos Correa, the crown jewel of the 2022 free-agent class. How did that happen? And what does it say about the respective plans of the Twins, Yankees, Astros, and more?

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Could This Be the Year the AL East Finally Flips?

After decades of Yankees–Red Sox dominance at the top of the division, this offseason has shown the Blue Jays and Rays are ready to turn the AL East on its head

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Aaron Hicks Is Ready to Go 30/30

Aaron Hicks joins the show to talk his wrist injury recovery, playing in the Dominican Winter League, and the Yankees’ expectations for 2022

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MLB and NFL Free Agency Reactions, Plus Mailbag Questions

Mike reacts to the Freddie Freeman and Kris Bryant signings before discussing the quarterback card market

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Freddie Freeman’s Dodgers Signing Is Shocking—but Perhaps It Shouldn’t Be

Assessing how Freeman’s six-year deal with Los Angeles and the Braves’ trade for Matt Olson changes things for both franchises

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Yankees Miss Out on Freeman, Jets and Giants Active in FA, and Trivia

Plus, Jeff Nelson on the Donaldson-Sanchez trade

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Yankees Trade for Josh Donaldson, and Doug Williams on the Yankees’ and Mets’ Offseason Moves. Plus, Tim O’Toole’s Bracket Predictions.

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A Villainous Return, Previewing the White Sox With Scott Merkin, and Hope for Zach’s Knees

Jason reacts to Tom Brady’s return to football after his short-lived retirement

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At Long Last, the MLB Lockout Is Over

CC and Ryan react right after the MLB and MLBPA strike a deal, discuss what this means for the Yankees, and look forward to the season

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The Return of Baseball, Nets Statement Win, and the Big East Tournament. Plus, Danny Kelly on the NFL Draft.

JJ looks at the Yankees’ possible free agency moves and much more

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The End of the Mack, MLB Is Close to Becoming Like Boxing, and Loving the Nets Blowout

Plus, a brief discussion about ‘Bel-Air,’ the ‘Fresh Prince’ spin-off

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Baseball Is Back! But What Did It Take to Get Here?

On Thursday, MLB and the players union ratified a CBA that ends the lockout. But what is in that agreement? And how will it affect the on-field product, the playoffs, and the sport at large?

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Covering the MLB Lockout and Announcer Musical Chairs With the Washington Post’s Ben Strauss

Ben Strauss joins Bryan to discuss baseball’s return

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Bulls Need to Be Ready for a Playoff Run, Manicures for Baseball, and Scouting in the Digital Age

Plus, Jason briefly discusses the situation in Ukraine

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The Return of KD, and Still, No Baseball

Plus, Moose on the Yankees and the best chance for a New York title

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The Ja Experience in Memphis, MLB’s Future, and Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin on Changing Sports Fans

Plus, how far could the Grizzlies go in the playoffs?

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MLB Prospects, Lockout, and Trading News

Plus, Josh Johnson and Chris McGill on Card Ladder

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Heat-Bucks and Harden’s Turnaround, Understanding the MLB Lockout With Evan Drellich, Plus ‘Winning Time’ Cocreator Jim Hecht

Ryen also explains why we can’t talk about G League stats

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Jeff Passan on the MLB Lockout and How to Reach a Deal

CC and Ryan discuss what it will take to bring baseball back

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Ryan Poles Plans to Revamp the Bears and Michael Baumann on MLB’s Bad Day

Plus, Billy Donovan confronts a new Bulls reality

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Opening Day Is Canceled. MLB Has No One to Blame But Itself.

MLB’s self-imposed deadline(s) have come and gone, and now the season’s start date has officially been pushed back. How will this lockout end? And what will the league look like once it does?

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Baseball Is in Trouble, Zach Kram Talks Bulls Playoff Scenarios, and the Eastern Conference Ain’t No Joke

Jason and Kram also discuss the Bulls’ scoring options, how Zach LaVine’s back will hold up, and whether DeRozan can carry this team beyond the end of the regular season

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Cameron Maybin on Transitioning to the Booth and the MLB Lockout

Ryan and Cameron also discuss Aaron Judge’s future with the Yankees

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Are the Yankees Retiring Too Many Numbers? JackO Talks Paul O’Neill, Don Mattingly, and Which Yankees Should Be Next

JJ and JackO debate the criteria for the Yankees’ number retirement, discuss which other numbers should be retired, and which player might be the next to have his number retired

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The Great Debate: What’s the Single Most Amazing Sports Statistic in U.S. History?

Derek is joined by Ryen Russillo to settle the debate and name the greatest GOAT across all sports

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MLB Needs to Read the Room, Bulls at the Break, and Cam Jordan in the NFL and NFTs

Plus, Jason’s advice for new Bull Tristan Thompson

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Aaron Judge on What It Takes to Lead the Yankees

Plus, Ryan and CC recap the Super Bowl

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DeMar DeRozan’s Historic Season and Joe Cowley Says ‘You’re Welcome’

Plus, Anthony Walker Jr. on playing for Matt Eberflus and Greg Newsome II on Justin Fields

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The Date for Pitchers and Catchers to Report Is Here. But MLB Is Still in a Lockout.

MLB locked players out 75 days ago, and both sides seem far from a resolution. Where do they go from here? And how might this affect the start of the season?

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Record-Breaking Card Sales, Hobby News, and Mailbag Questions

Mike and Jesse touch on some recent record-breaking card sales including Tom Brady, Jasson Dominguez, Zion Williamson, and Joe Burrow, and what each sale means for the player’s market