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Baseball is the perfect sport for conversation, and no one can converse about it better than the Baseball Rabbi, one of the world's greatest experts on advanced statistics, sabermetrics, and baseball history. Join Pesach Wolicki and Scott Kahn as they apply advanced metrics to the Major Leagues, reevaluate historical assumptions, and discover new baseball trends and theories that will leave you questioning everything you assumed you knew about the National Pastime.
 
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For their 200th episode, Mike and Bill feel they've earned the right to be a little self-indulgent, so they're celebrating the greatest Twins slugger of them all, Harmon Killebrew, on the 57th anniversary of he and three other Twins hitting four consecutive home runs in extra innings to beat the A's. Plus, some new friends stop by to talk about the…
 
Most people who watch baseball realize that something is wrong, but how can we fix the game in a way that won't ruin what makes it unique? Can traditionalists ever make peace with rule changes? And are the problems even solvable? Join Pesach and Scott as they analyze Theo Epstein's recent appearance on the Bill Simmons Podcast, where he asked a key…
 
Red Sox are No. 1, so says the latest USA TODAY power ranking, and beat writer Bill Koch and Sports editor Bill Corey talk about their solid start, their league-leading offense and the continued pitching prowess from most of the staff. Is it too early to look at their playoff chances? And this week marks the home opener of the Worcester Red Sox at …
 
Despite the Minnesota Twins’ front office having success prior to 2021, how come Derek Falvey and Thad Levine haven’t been able to develop starting pitching prospects?; Where do the Twins go with Byron Buxton’s injury and what contract would you offer him if you indeed wanted to keep him around beyond 2021.…
 
A rainout postponed the rubber game of this series until mid-July, and so the Twins will get two days off to consider their struggles and how to fix them. David and Dan take turns dissecting the bullpen's problems, while Dan wonders whether Miguel Sano's time in Minnesota is coming to an end. But there are at least some optimistic signs from the pl…
 
This may have been a new low in the Baldelli era: The Twins lose three of four at home against the sub-.500 Rangers. David rails against Rocco Baldelli's management of the pitching staff, and they wonder whether they'd be better off with Ron Gardenhire (in his prime) managing this team. They also discuss the Twins' spat of injuries to Luis Arraez, …
 
When Pesach purchased Bud Selig's memoir, he was ready to spend 336 pages rolling his eyes. Imagine his surprise when he actually (gulp) liked it, thereby completely destroying his own self identity. But that's OK, and he tells Scott that it's actually essential reading for any baseball scholar. They also discuss the increasingly important reality …
 
The Minnesota Twins need to keep Alex Kirilloff in the lineup, even if Miguel Sano is going coming back soon; bullpen management; Byron Buxton is still playing like an MVP and will the team make some hay against some weaker teams on the schedule? It's Talkin' Twins with Judd Zulgad and Jake Depue.저자 info@podcastone.com
 
David and Dan discuss the Twins first series victory since the second series of the season. The Twins looked as though they have transitioned back into the Bomba Squad. The boys discuss what to do about Matt Shoemaker, as well as how this lineup should be constructed when Sano returns. Dan revels in his Puckett's Pick victory given to him via Kiril…
 
Providence Journal sportswriter Bill Koch and Sports editor Bill Corey are encouraged by Garrett Richards' last outing against the Mets, thanks in part to a change in mechanics, and Rule 5 pick-up Garrett Whitlock continues to impress, even as the Boston bats seemed to take a few days off. And in a few short months, Fenway's stands will be full onc…
 
David and Dan discuss what was a very winnable series in Cleveland, where the Twins come away with one win and a pair of close losses. J.A. Happ's start and the Twins' resurgent bats are certainly highlights, and David thinks Game 3 of this series was just the sort to get the Twins back on track. But Dan continues to be concerned about a bullpen th…
 
While his name is familiar to baseball history fans, the life of Moses Fleetwood Walker, the first acknowledged African-American man to play Major League Baseball, is not. On the 137th anniversary of his debut, Mike and Bill look back on that life, at the efforts of Cap Anson and other bigots to stop his career and ban other black players from the …
 
With about an eighth of the season behind us, some trends are becoming apparent, like the fact that no one can hit anymore and actually getting on base without hitting a home run is a relic of the past. That may be a small exaggeration, but baseball is changing and the Baseball Rabbi is here to explain what's happening today, and where we may be go…
 
The Twins great start to the series with a no-hit bid by Happ is soured by dropping the next 2 games against the Pirates. Still missing both Kepler and Simmons among others due to COVID, the Twins struggle to get any sort of offensive production. David and Dan discuss the bullpen woes and why the Twins seem unable to produce runs. The boys discuss …
 
We're temporarily bypassing Zoom Hangout #12 to talk with MLB.com's Mike Petriello, who will be on ESPN2 on Sunday, April 25th to broadcast the Sunday Night Baseball game between the Padres and Dodgers. It's going to be a fantastic show, so tune in to that as soon as you finish listening to his conversation with us!…
 
Join Red Sox writer Bill Koch and Sports editor Bill Corey as they check in on the Red Sox this week -- riding the laundry cart, waving to teammates and reviewing the pitching staff so far. Also, the last-place Yankees, the pending season opener in Worcester and John Henry's major faux pas in European soccer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
Sam Kennedy joins The Greg Hill Show and revels the Red Sox will have an announcement on an updated capacity at Fenway Park in the "very near future." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 WEEI
 
First no bats, then no pitching. Short a handful of players and with two games postponed due to COVID, the Twins go 0-4 in California. David and Dan both rag on the Twins for bringing in the infield with Mike Trout at the plate, and they wonder if this is the time when Rocco Baldelli finally just leaves Luis Arraez at the top of the lineup. They al…
 
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