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
In this bonus podcast, Manny and CT break down the latest Craig Kimbrel fiasco. Then, CT educates Manny on Kanye West (aka “Ye”) being a genius. Upon releasing an article on Call to the Pen in which I dared to compare Craig Kimbrel to the all time great closers, including Continue Reading
On Tuesday, Francys Romero was the first to report that MLB and Cuba reached an agreement to allow Cuban players to sign with MLB teams. He joined us to discuss the implications of this deal. On Tuesday, Francys Romero was the first to report the news that MLB and Cuba had reached Continue Reading
On Monday, WTTS spoke with Chris Camello, who first reported that the Los Angeles Dodgers and Bryce Harper had reached an agreement. How legitimate are these claims? Listen to find out! On this bonus episode of Welcome to THE SHOW, Manny spoke with Chris Camello, beat Writer/Columnist for The Rebel Media Continue Reading
Manny and CT (aka “The Andy Kaufman of Podcasting”) are back to recap the 2018 Baseball Winter Meetings. Not topic is out of bounds! In this Bonus Pod, Manny and and CT break down the 2018 Baseball Winter Meetings. Which moves (or non moves) helped improve a team the most?
Bob Tewksbury was never considered an overpowering pitcher. He was however the definition of a cerebral pitcher. Bob Tewksbury was drafted by the Yankees in the 19th round back in 1981. In his 13 years in MLB, he played for NYY, CHC, STL, TEX, SDP, and MIN. He has a Continue Reading
Eddie Dominguez is one of the founding members of MLB’s Department of Investigations (DOI)and author of “Baseball Cop.” Eddie joins WTTS to talk about “Baseball Cop” and more! In “Baseball Cop,” Eddie Dominguez shines a light on the inner workings of the office of MLB’s commissioner. He also shows how baseball’s bosses are complicit Continue Reading