Jake, Keaton, and Bob celebrate the podcast’s 300th episode, review the starting pitching market, and discuss the openings at second base and designated hitter.
Triston Casas’ rookie year started out slow, but the 23-year-old never wavered from his patient approach at the plate and found pitches to drive all over the ballpark down the stretch.
Despite an inflated ERA in 2023, Nola is as reliable as they get to take the ball every fifth day.
Keaton and Bob discussed the hiring of Craig Breslow as CBO, recapped the MLB playoffs to date, and reviewed some interesting Red Sox-related fan surveys.
A likely free agent for the first time, Merrifield could provide a reliable option at a position that had a lot of volatility in 2023.
Beef with the new playoff format, Austin Riley finally deserved some of the spotlight, and Bob Costas’s hair looks so natural at 71!
Jake, Keaton, and Bob reminisce about the life of Tim Wakefield and the managerial career of Terry Francona, before attempting to fix the starting rotation from top to bottom in 2024.
Jake, Keaton, and Bob begin their offseason preview attempting to improve the starting nine in 2024, position-by-position.