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Fantasy Baseball: Previewing the 2019 Season with ‘The Joker’

In this episode, L.A. (aka “JLA) previews the 2019 fantasy baseball season with Fantasy expert “The Joker”. They talk draft strategy and more! Throughout the upcoming season of the Welcome to THE SHOW podcast, L.A. will be checking in with Fantasy Baseball experts touching on everything from picking up sleepers on the waiver Continue Reading

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Bryce Harper: SF Giants Now ‘Vying For Bryce Harper’ Per Report

Just two days after ESPN’S Buster Olney reported that the San Francisco Giants were open to a “bad contract swap” with the New York Yankees, they are now “vying for Bryce Harper“. Following a report from The Athletic’s Jim Bowden earlier this week that there were “mystery teams” still involved in the Bryce Harper Continue Reading

Oakland A’s: Blake Treinen Wins Arbitration Case, Gets Record Raise

With Blake Treinen winning his arbitration case against the Oakland A’s, it’s clear that this offseason, it’s in arbitration that players are getting paid. On Saturday, Jeff Passan of ESPN reported that Oakland A’s closer Blake Treinen had won his arbitration case. As a result, the A’s will have to pay Treinen $6.4M Continue Reading

Yankees: There’s Just No Room for Bryce Harper or Manny Machado

With players like Manny Machado and Bryce Harper on the market, the New York Yankees under George Steinbrenner would without a doubt have been more outwardly aggressive this offseason. With Hal Steinbrenner at the realm, however, the Bronx Bombers have taken a more measured approach in free agency. So much Continue Reading

Philadelphia Phillies: Bogus Reporter Fools Philly Fans With Fake Report

One day after a bogus report had Bryce Harper going to the Philadelphia Phillies, a marriage between the two actually looks to be likely. Ever since Philadelphia Phillies owner John S. Middleton told USA Today, “We’re going into this expecting to spend money and maybe even be a little bit Continue Reading

New York Yankees: Will 2019 Feature the Best Bullpen in MLB History?

This offseason, the New York Yankees revamped an already deadly bullpen. does this make the 2019 Yankees bullpen the best in MLB history? Most people equate the New York Yankees with home runs. Even the nickname implies it, the “Bronx Bombers”. Last season, the Yanks cemented their reputation for power hitting by setting Continue Reading

HOF 2019: Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay, “Moose” and Edgar Martinez

In this season 2 teaser episode of wtts pod, manny and ct discuss the national baseball hall of fame class of 2019, including mariano rivera. On Tuesday, the BBWAA announced the new members of baseball’s Hall of Fame. Among those who received at least 75% of the vote were Closer Mariano Rivera, Continue Reading

The Eephus: A David and Goliath Story

One day in June of 1998, Bob Tewksbury defeated Mark McGwire with one of baseball’s most obscure pitches, the eephus. The elusive eephus pitch is one of baseball’s most effective pitches. According to many, the eephus was invented by Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Rip Sewell way back in the 1930’s.

Baseball Odyssey: Uncovering Babe Ruth’s Lost Home Run

For one week in 1969, a team of researchers uncovered Babe Ruth’s lost home run and MLB officially recognized 715 as Ruth’s career total. It has since been reverted back to 714. David Neft is an American pioneer best known for gathering a team of researchers to create the first Continue Reading