Johnny Doskow, voice of the Giants Triple-A affiliate Sacramento River Cats, joins Brian and Nick to talk PCL prospects and predicts a future Cy Young winner. The guys talk Carlos Correa and Rusney Castillo getting the call, closer carousel and all the latest injury news.
Some big-name players are returning from the disabled list, others getting bad news. Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant continue to prove they are the future. Also, prospects on the horizon and DFS breakdown. And what to say when someone sneezes.
Nick returns from vacation to find that Bryce Harper is destroying arguments that he was overrated. Brian gets beat down in the Podcast Challenge League. And, as always, the guys talk keepers, sleepers and daily fantasy baseball.
Assisted by Boyz II Men, Nick cuts ties with some of his favorite ballplayers. Brian talks future closers and some prospects that should be getting the call in May. As always, the guys break down the latest news, injuries and waiver candidates.
Brian and Nick look back on a crazy week of bench-clearing brawls, season-ending injuries to Adam Wainright, Brandon McCarthy and Joe Nathan. Plus, the fantasy impact of riots in Baltimore. Of course the guys also look ahead for keepers, sleepers and daily matchups.
Al Central preview with guest James Anderson from RotoWire. The guys break down Byron Buxton’s ETA, Carlos Rodon’s impact in 2015, Miguel Cabrera’s decline, Jose Abreu’s sophomore slump, keepers, sleepers, busts and the cocaine all-star team.
Brian and Nick talk AL West with guest Ted Ramey (Bay Area sports talk host at KNBR), fantasy keepers, sleepers and busts, Billy Butler vs Brett Butler and the ballad of Barry Zito. LTL on iTunes LTL on Stitcher
Brian Peacock and Nick Winkler breakdown the upcoming 2015 season, National League West, Padres return to relevance, James Shields signing, Cuban free agents Yoan Moncada and Hector Olivera, top prospects, sleepers and busts. They also talk about early honkers and the time Brian gave Adrian Gonzalez bad directions. LTL on iTunes LTL on Stitcher
Cards prospect hits his first major league home run in debut versus Giants. Taveras’ debut was long overdue, but odds are baseball fans will be seeing this beautiful swing for a long time.