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The Ringer MLB Show

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The Seven Biggest MLB Lockout Questions, Answered

Baumann and Kram break down baseball’s work stoppage

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The MLB Free-Agent Market Just Exploded

Jake and Jordan react to the latest signings, including Max Scherzer to the Mets and Robbie Ray to the Mariners

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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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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 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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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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Game 6s Are Upon Us. Can Either the Dodgers or Red Sox Win Two Straight on the Road?

Baumann and Kram react to a Chris Taylor–led Dodgers offensive outburst in Game 5 and discuss the ALCS, where the Red Sox will need to hit their way back into the series on the road in Houston

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The Dodgers Squeaked by the Giants. Has the Path Cleared for Them to Repeat?

Plus, Baumann and Zach preview the now-locked championship series between the Dodgers and Braves, and Red Sox and Astros

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The Dodgers Dispatched the Cardinals. Are They World Series Favorites?

Plus, Baumann and Kram provide their full playoff and World Series predictions and give their reactions to Theo Epstein immediately turning down the Mets

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Who Will Be Left Without a Chair When the Playoff Race Music Stops?

Baumann and Kram break down the five series that have consequences for the 2021 MLB playoff picture: Giants-Padres, Dodgers-Brewers, Yankees-Rays, Red Sox–Nats, and Blue Jays–Orioles

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The Three Series That Will Decide the MLB Playoff Bracket

Jake and Jordan break down the biggest series of the season and discuss the Mariners as a potential AL wild-card spoiler

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The 2021 Padres: The Anatomy of a Team’s Unraveling

Plus, Jake and Jordan discuss Sal Pérez’s great season

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The Race for the NL West, Ohtani’s Impact, Plus a Look at This Weekend’s Picks

Plus, the guys talk about the final spot of the NL wild card

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The Blue Jays Have Thrown a Wrench in the AL Playoff Race. Plus: Michael Baumann Interviews Michael Baumann!

Plus, we discuss this year’s Hall of Fame class and preview the weekend’s best series

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Giants-Dodgers Recap, Playoff Dream Matchups, and Derek Jeter’s Hall of Fame Induction

Plus, another session of "Good, Bad, Uggla"

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The 10 Things We Want to Happen in the Final Month of the Season

Michael, Ben, and Zach put together their wish list for the final month of the MLB season

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Which Wild-Card Race Is the Hottest? Plus: The Meaning of the Mets’ Thumbs-Down Revealed.

Jake and Jordan check in on the MLB playoff picture and discuss the latest Mets controversy

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The World Series Auction

On this week’s episode, we auction draft World Series contenders

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Padres Panic Meter. Plus, Miguel Cabrera Joins the 500 Club!

Jake and Jordan discuss Miggy’s latest achievement and San Diego’s recent struggles

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Who Would You Want on the Hill Most in a Wild-Card Game?

Plus, Baumann, Ben and Zach banter about Lance Lynn’s belt and Steve Cohen’s tweets

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Fernando Tatis Jr. Returns, Loudly. Plus: Who Will Throw the Next Perfect Game?

Jake and Jordan discuss the Padres star’s move to right field

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The Field of Dreams Game Went Better Than Even MLB Could’ve Hoped. Plus: The Mets and Red Sox Are in Free Fall.

Plus, Baumann, Ben and Zach discuss the two-man AL MVP race between Shohei Ohtani and Vlad Guerrero Jr

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Who’s Going to Win MVP? 

Jake and Jordan also discuss the other major award races, check in on the NL West–leading Giants, and more

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Mike Trout Completes 10 Years of MLB Service at Age 30. Plus, the ‘Field of Dreams’ Game Approaches and Max Scherzer Makes His Debut

Baumann and Ben also express their dismay at the structure of baseball at the Olympics and preview Red Sox vs. Jays

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The MLB Trade Deadline’s Biggest Stories

Mike, Ben, and Zach talk about Max Scherzer and Trea Turner heading to the Dodgers (0:00), the many trades made by the Cubs (0:00), Trevor Story being kept on the Rockies (0:00), and much more

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Reckless Trade Deadline Speculation, Plus: Jake Is Halfway to Chicago!

Jake and Jordan discuss the biggest names on the trading block and review deals that have already been made ahead of Friday’s deadline

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Cleveland’s New Team Name, Nelson Cruz to the Rays, and Previewing the Weekend’s Action

Plus: Rodger Sherman joins the show to discuss Olympic baseball and softball

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Bold Predictions for the Second Half of the MLB Season

Jake and Jordan share their hottest takes on what could happen in baseball’s coming months

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How Hot Is This Trade Deadline Going to Be?

Mike, Ben, and Zach recap the All-Star break, react to the Joc Pederson trade, and more

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Pete Alonso Is a Modern Home Run Derby Monster

Plus, Jake and Jordan react to the MLB draft and preview the All-Star Game

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The 2011 MLB Redraft

The guys discuss what makes the 2011 draft class so special, before Mike, Ben, and Zach redraft the entire first round to create their own teams