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Joe Hojnacki - Sep 29, 2017

The regular season is almost over and Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen can’t wait. There has been little drama this month as most of the playoff races are all sewn up. The 2017 MLB Playoffs need to get here and provide some, fast. The two also discuss the increased strikeout rate throughout the league, baseball […]


Joe Hojnacki - Aug 11, 2017

This season is introducing a strange phenomenon in Major League Baseball. For one weekend, the teams will wear goofy looking jerseys and players will be given full reign to be as creative and silly as they can be with their looks. That’s right, 2017 Player Weekend is almost upon us and Joe Hojnacki and Greg […]

Joe Hojnacki - Aug 3, 2017

The 2017 trade deadline has come and gone and the Los Angeles Dodgers became the best team in baseball… even more than they already were. They landed Yu Darvish to aid their chances at cruising to a World Series title. On the other coast, the New York Yankees grabbed Sonny Gray from the Oakland A’s […]

Joe Hojnacki - Jul 25, 2017

The Dodgers got the bad news about Clayton Kershaw‘s back the other day. With their superstar pitcher out for the next six to eight weeks, are they looking to complete a Justin Verlander trade with the Tigers? Stephen Strasburg also hurt his forearm. Does this open up a possible Sonny Gray to the Nationals story? What about Yu […]

Joe Hojnacki - Jul 19, 2017

With the 2017 Trade Deadline creeping ever closer, Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen try to decide which teams are selling which players for which prospects from which teams that should be buyers. Before that gets cleared up, Greg gives his review of the All-Star Game and Joe tries to decide if it was worth missing for […]

Joe Hojnacki - Jul 7, 2017

The MLB season has reached its actual half way mark, even if the official start of the second half isn’t until after next week’s All-Star Game. With that in mind, Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen pick out their favorite moments from the first half of the season. They also take on the Logan Morrison vs. Gary […]

Joe Hojnacki - Jun 29, 2017

It’s near the half-way point of the season, so Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen give their 2017 MLB All-Star picks. Who do the guys want to represent the American and National Leagues in the biggest exhibition game on the planet? Also, Greg found some more silly minor league promotions, the Los Angeles Angels won on […]

Joe Hojnacki - Jun 22, 2017

ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian wrote an article about how baseball may look in the year 2037 and Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen have something to say about it. Do they think the future of baseball looks bright and sunny? Or dark and dismal? There was also a home plate collision the other night as Anthony Rizzo of […]

Joe Hojnacki - Jun 14, 2017

The whole baseball world is judging Aaron Judge, as the Yankee rookie has taken the league by storm. He leads the Majors with 22 homers on the season and has started a fun fan section at Yankee Stadium. But, is it right to put such lofty expectations on a rookie who hasn’t even played 100 games […]

Joe Hojnacki - Jun 7, 2017

Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen look back on their obviously short sighted and foolish 2017 MLB Predictions. How has the first two months of the season changed their preseason views? Before that, it was a big couple days for the long ball throughout the league. Albert Pujols hit his 600th career homer and Scooter Gennett, […]

Joe Hojnacki - Jun 1, 2017

Bryce Harper brawl! The podcast’s favorite player charged the mound, and threw a helmet and a few punches, after Hunter Strickland of the San Francisco Giants beaned him with a 98 mph fastball. Why would he do such a thing? Well, it was a revenge plot three years in the making. Some minor grudges just […]

Joe Hojnacki - May 25, 2017

Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen are back to get your Memorial Day Weekend started off right with discussions of bat flips. Joe is a little angry thanks to a series of articles by Mike Edwards, while Greg is being an old guy who sucks the fun out of everything. They also talk about what you […]

Joe Hojnacki - May 19, 2017

Derek Jeter saw his number retired and was given a rather goofy-looking plaque in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium. While most baseball people took this opportunity to praise The Captain for his many accomplishments, Joe Hojnacki had to take the time to rain on that parade and point out the many defensive woes of Derek […]

Joe Hojnacki - May 12, 2017

Sunday night’s Chicago Cubs-New York Yankees contest on ESPN turned into a marathon. The game finally ended in the 18th inning when the Yankees pushed across a run to end the impromptu double header. This brought the discussion of extra innings to the forefront thanks to the national television audiences of two of the game’s most popular […]

Joe Hojnacki - May 3, 2017

Joe Hojnacki begins by expressing his embarassment to be a Boston Red Sox fan amidst the racist jeers aimed at Adam Jones from a small minority of the Fenway crowd. He and Greg Hessen eventually go over the worsening New York Mets injury crisis, as they lose Noah Syndergaard for an extended period of time. […]

Joe Hojnacki - Apr 20, 2017

There’s plenty going on in the first couple weeks of baseball season and Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen are here to discuss all of it. Eric Thames is glad to be back in the States after a few stellar years in Korea. Mookie Betts had gone 129 straight plate appearances without striking out, and then […]



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Collin Carofano - Apr 20, 2017

Look away Cubs fans. According to Jeff Passan, The St. Louis Cardinals are signing catcher Willson Contreras to a five-year, $87.5 million contract. Catcher Willson Contreras and the St. Louis Cardinals are in agreement on a five-year, $87.5 million contract, a source familiar with the deal tells ESPN. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) December 7, 2022 […]

Kenley Jansen

According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, closer Kenley Jansen has signed a two-year, $32 million deal with the Boston Red Sox. Jansen will serve as the Red Sox closer as the club now has an anchor to their bullpen. The three-time All-Star spent last season with the Atlanta Braves following 12 seasons with the Los Angeles […]

According to Jon Morosi, Aaron Judge has signed with the New York Yankees. Judge will sign a 9-year deal worth $360 million. All indications were that Judge ultimately wanted to stay in the Bronx, and this deal will keep him there for the remainder of his career. There are also rumors that once the deal […]

Caleb Begley - Apr 20, 2017

Outfielder Cody Bellinger has signed a contract with the Chicago Cubs, per Jeff Passan. The deal is for one year and $17.5 million. Bellinger, 26, is coming off of a season that saw him play 100 games for the first time since 2019. He slashed .210/.265/.389 with an OPS of .654. Power-wise, he had 19 […]

According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, Josh Bell has signed with the Cleveland Guardians. Bell will sign a 2-year deal worth $33 million that includes an opt-out after the 2023 season. Bell will be joining Jose Ramirez and manning the opposite corner of the infield, adding another veteran bat to their young lineup. Josh Bell’s Career […]

Trea Turner

Trea Turner has signed with the Philadelphia Phillies, according to ESPN’s Jeff Passan. Turner will sign an 11-year deal worth $300 million with a full no-trade clause. The latest acquisition will have Turner paired with Bryce Harper for quite some time. Both players signed similar deals with the Phillies as they are committed to the […]

Justin Verlander

Justin Verlander is taking his pitching talents to Queens. The age-defying right-hander reportedly will sign a two-year deal worth $86 million with the New York Mets that includes a third-year option. The New York Post’s Jon Heyman reports it’s a deal that comes with a $43.33 million average annual value. It’s now tied for all-time […]

Rick Porcello

Rick Porcello is hanging up the glove and baseball cleats as he announces his retirement. He confirmed this on Monday during an appearance on the “The Bradfo Sho” podcast. Porcello is a former AL Cy Young Award winner who helped the Boston Red Sox won the World Series in 2018. Despite not playing in the […]