Best Baseball podcasts (Updated September 2018; image)
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ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney leads the baseball discussion alongside other top analysts.
A rotating cast of Ringer staff members break down baseball's biggest and silliest stories, mixing in interviews with plugged-in media members and insiders from the front office to the dugout.
Daily baseball statistical analysis and commentary
FanGraphs Baseball
Daily baseball statistical analysis and commentary
The MLBTR podcast, hosted by staff writer Jeff Todd, covers the latest hot stove news and features analysis and interviews.
Baseball America
Baseball America delivers baseball news you can't get anywhere else. Covering the game from a player-development point of view, the staff of BA will deliver its take on what's going on in the world of baseball every week on its podcast, analyzing the game from the majors and minors--with an emphasis on prospects--through our unparalleled college and high school coverage.
Jeff Blair, ex-MLBer Kevin Barker & Blue Jays broadcaster Joe Siddall discuss all the news and stories on-and-off the major league and minor league diamonds.
Baseball Historian relives the greatest moments as heard on radio. The History of Baseball through the games, radio shows, interviews an more.
Host Joel Henard will sits down with his co-hosts Mike Hilbig (@TheFantasyDR), Matt Lewton (@Lewtie) from The Fantasy Insiders Show Powered by and get you up to date on the latest news and notes from around the baseball and football world. Join us in the chat room at 9pm EST on Mondays on The Fantasy Sports Network or iTunes or Stitcher Radio.
Your weekly podcast for all things Atlanta Braves
Sports bloggers and podcast hosts, Rich Baxter and Gary Mack, give their opinions on the week that was in baseball and the week ahead for the best teams in pro baseball
TuneIn covers Major League Baseball like never before with MLB At The Plate. TM/(C) MLBAM 2017Host Holden Kushner and a star-studded cast of analysts, including six-time All-Star Kenny Lofton, 21-year veteran pitcher LaTroy Hawkins, former Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti, former catcher JP Arencibia, plus World Series champs Geoff Blum and Jeff Nelson take you around the world of Major League Baseball with recaps, interviews and more.Catch the live show weeknights 7pm-midnight eastern o ...
Baseball PhD (MP3)
What would you do if you could get a PhD in life - through baseball? Welcome to Baseball PhD. A podcast for your brain. 30 major league cities, 100 places to see. Let\'s touch them all as we make a road trip of a lifetime!
Join the Baseball History Podcast announcer as he explores this week in baseball history and a player biography.
The Strike Zone
A Sports Illustrated podcast talking all things baseball, hosted by SI MLB editors Stephen Cannella and Ted Keith.
A veteran baseball writer and editor explores the world of books about baseball through interviews with today's best baseball authors.
ESPN's Keith Law delivers an insider's perspective on the game of baseball with guests from the front office of MLB teams along with writers and bloggers from across the country.
Sully Baseball
Love baseball? Need a daily fix of talking baseball? Comedian and TV producer Paul Francis Sullivan (call him Sully) posts an original podcast every single day, 365 days a year unless it is a leap year and then he is going to do another one. Throughout the season, playoffs and off season, Sully makes his observations, voices his opinions and brings on guests like former major league players and writers and actors, including Joe Mantegna. Agree with him or not, there is always thoughtful, fun ...
With former USA Baseball National Team Coach Peter Caliendo
Some Connecticut natives talking about all things Yankees and baseball with a nice touch of nutmeger thrown in.
A baseball podcast that talks about stats, stories, and happenings from around the baseball world.
Discussing the growing world of youth baseball with host Jim Cromer and his panel of expert guests.
In the podcast, "Cigars and Curveballs," veteran sports analyst Thom Loverro selects subjects from his extensive career in print, online and broadcast journalism to deliver engaging conversations each week.
We talk about Minnesota Twins baseball, beer and whatever else comes to mind. Stop in for a listen.
Drunk Jays Fans
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Getting Blanked
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David Jackson is a freelance sports broadcaster with over 20-years of play-by-play and hosting experience on the collegiate and professional level. His projects include Full Count Podcast, What's Up In Boone, and 4th & Friday. He is a two-time NC Sportscaster-of-the-Year award winner. Jackson currently serves as the President/CEO of the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce.
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Jeff & Kevin recap a great night for Ryan Borucki and Danny Jansen as the Blue Jays top the Orioles (2:10); Blue Jays OF Billy McKinney discusses his time with the club thus far (16:06); We take a look around the Majors, including another high point in a great season for Brewers OF Christian Yelich (30:57).…
Buster talks to Boog Sciambi about the art of the called shot in the booth, Christian Yelich's impact and more (:28). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (20:00) and Coley Harvey with some "Inside Heat" on the Yankees (25:23).
Buster recaps all of Monday's MLB action including a scary moment for the Rockies, a wild prediction from the Cubs' booth and a historical accomplishment for the potential NL MVP.
Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about Willians Astudillo and Jacob deGrom (as usual), the perception of the Cubs vs. the reality of the Cubs, the dramatic, puzzling increase in infield shifting against Mike Trout, the checkered career of honest but pugnacious umpiring legend Tim Hurst, the future of two-way players, Joel Sherman’s column ...…
UMP: The Untitled McDongenhagen Project, Episode 2 This is the second episode of a weekly program co-hosted by Eric Longenhagen and Kiley McDaniel about player evaluation in all its forms. The new show, which is available through the normal FanGraphs Audio feed, has a working name now, but barely. The show is all prospect stuff, but there is pl ...…
Jeff & Kevin recap the Blue Jays' weekend in the Bronx, including another ejection for John Gibbons, and strong outings from Sean Reid-Foley & Thomas Pannone (1:25); New Hampshire Fisher Cats manager John Schneider discusses the team's championship season (28:00).By (Sportsnet).
Before hearing from the Dodgers' Cody Bellinger (28:26), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss Adam Wainwright's impact, the awards races, Dave Roberts' future and more (:31). Plus, Todd Radom's logo trivia (31:05).
John Brickley recaps all of Sunday's MLB action including another Mets loss behind Jacob deGrom, a big rally for the Blue Jays, a dominant performance by the Cards & more.
In 1971, a small-town baseball team made a magical run to the Illinois state baseball finals. Author Chris Ballard tells us the amazing tale of the Macon Ironmen and their unlikely coach.
Sweep of Giants Tarnished By The Walks Against Washington. Inside the numbers with relievers, Culberson, Ozzie and Acuna. Which 3 starters do you trust in the post season? Plus Post Season Hope Meter and #abtsitd. #GoBraves
While standing on the Stanford campus, and avoiding a creepy guy, I look at the potential 100 win defending World Champion Astros as an unlikely post season underdog.Plus Rickey Henderson, with the benefit of time, has suddenly become old school and the type of player kids today should emulate.
They started fast and are finishing slow. The Mariners are slip sliding away as Ed Kasputis interviews Kate Preusser from (Baseball PhD).
The Indians will be the worst AL Playoff team... so naturally they are the first team to clinch a division.The concept of geographical divisions made sense once but are obsolete now. And my concept of playoff seeding would provide a ton of drama in the AL this year.
Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker discuss: The Jays losing three straight to the Boston Red Sox, including Yangervis Solarte dropping the ball to seal the loss (1:19); Sam Gaviglio's struggles over the season, and how the experiment needs to end (6:09); how the Jays are last in singles, but 3rd overall in extra base hits (14:52); SN's Shi Davidi join ...…
Buster talks to Karl Ravech about the Rockies' dismissal of the Diamondbacks, Pedro Strop's injury & more (:42). Plus, Jessica Mendoza weighs in on Josh Hader's MVP case (28:18), Jesse Rogers offers some "Inside Heat" on the Cubs (43:12) and much more.
Buster breaks down Thursday's action, including a bit of everything from Javier Baez and Manny Machado flexing his muscles.
Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about Willians Astudillo going viral again, a Shohei Ohtani fun fact, J.D. Martinez, Mookie Betts, and how to gauge a player’s value to his teammates, the emergence of A’s outfielder Ramon Laureano, the impending ends to the careers of David Wright and Joe Mauer, a Kyle Freeland update, the surprising NL W ...…
On the latest Youth baseball Talk, If you are willing to spend the money there is no doubt that wood bats are made better than ever but are necessary for the development of a player? Join us for this episode of Youth Baseball Talk! Rope Report: “Throwing is to Pitching?” About the Show: Website: Youth Baseball Talk Facebook: @youthbaseballtalk ...…
Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker discuss the AL Wild Card race including whether or not Seattle will make it into the playoffs, Aaron Sanchez' fantastic night vs. the Red Sox (even in a loss), how Troy Tulowitzki's return will impact the Blue Jays infield in a massive way (0:35); Ben Wagner, Blue Jays PxP voice for SN590 The FAN, on wrapping up in B ...…
Before chatting with Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos (25:30), Buster & Keith Law discuss the Rockies, Josh Hader's dominance, the Phillies' issues & more (:24). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (36:25) and the Power 10 rankings (38:57).
Houston Astros No. 7 prospect Seth Beer joins the show fresh off a Carolina League championship with Class A Advanced Buies Creek, Sam and Tyler recap their favorite playoff games so far and Ben takes your questions.
Buster breaks down Wednesday's action, including the 100th win of the season for Boston and a tight NL Central race.
Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about the unlikely championship season of the Northwest League’s Eugene Emeralds, Jacob deGrom’s latest hard-luck loss, and maintaining perspective about the Phillies’ late-season swoon, then answer listener emails about an MLB ballpark sleepover, whether making ballparks bigger would counter the three tru ...…
Episode 833 Nate Freiman was a professional ballplayer for nine seasons, during two of which he served as first baseman for the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball. He served, more recently, as FanGraphs’ resident for the month of August. He is, not coincidentally, the guest on this edition of the program. Don’t hesitate to direct pod-re ...…
We continue our Masters in the Minors series as we explore the Midwest League. Ed Kasputis interviews both Dave Matejczyk and Neil Stein, General Manager of the Lake County Captains about the Midwest League.By (Baseball PhD).
Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker recap the Blue Jays' loss to the Boston Red Sox (1:39); What's Marcus Stroman's future with the Jays? (11:05); WFAN's Ed Coleman on Jacob deGrom's Cy Young chances (29:59).By (Sportsnet).
Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss the Red Sox being the first team to clinch a playoff berth, if Joe Mauer is a Hall Of Famer, the latest on Josh Donaldson, Tim's NL MVP favorite and much more (1:34). Plus, Paul Hembekides drops by for Hembo Knows with a surprise guest (20:13), Andy McCullough of the LA Times talks all things Dodgers (24:30) and yo ...…
Buster breaks down Tuesday's action, including the first seat at the playoff table being claimed and more tough luck for deGrom.
Ringer staff writer Michael Baumann is joined by Ringer senior editor Ryan O’Hanlon to talk about the Milwaukee Brewers’ dogged pursuit of the first-place Cubs as well as how to judge how tight a playoff race is (1:56). Then staff writer Ben Lindbergh weighs in on the NL East race and the potential effects of bad weather on baseball down the st ...…
Introduction to the McDongenhagen Project This represents the first episode of a weekly program co-hosted by Eric Longenhagen and Kiley McDaniel about player evaluation in all its forms. The new show, which will be available through the normal FanGraphs Audio feed, doesn’t have a name yet, but reader input is invited. The show won’t be all pros ...…
Blue Jays have important roster decisions to make soon (1:28); Setting up the Blue Jays' series vs. the powerhouse Red Sox with WEEI's Rob Bradford (19:14); HNIC's Don Cherry on why Billy McKinney should be a regular with the Jays next season (40:14).By (Sportsnet).
This week on a special episode of TBTRS, I'm joined by author Jerry Amernic who wrote "BabeRuth - A Superstar's Legacy" celebrating the life of the Babe and the influence he has had in baseball and American History to this very day.
Buster & Jerry Crasnick discuss Josh Hader's epic performance on Monday, the sour grapes displayed by several AL contenders and more (1:07). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (23:52) and Derrick Goold with some "Inside Heat" on the Cardinals (27:33).
Buster breaks down Monday's action, including a N.L. Central race that's coming down to the wire.
Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about Willians Astudillo, Jeff’s ideal afterlife, Mike Trout’s future and what an extension for Trout might look like, the Tyler Flowers extension, Michael Kopech’s impending Tommy John surgery and the UCL scourge, how being Tampa Bay’s “bulk guy” is affecting Ryan Yarbrough’s WAR, Mallex Smith vs. Giancar ...…
Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker break down the Toronto Blue Jays' weekend series with the Cleveland Indians, with the team getting contributions from a number of youngsters (1:34); MLB Network/Blue Jays Central's Cliff Floyd on instant replay, JD Martinez's MVP-calibre season, Gary Sanchez's defensive issues (16:37); Jacob deGrom had a great season ...…
Before hearing from Red Sox OF Mookie Betts (28:24) & Astros GM Jeff Luhnow (33:05), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss the controversial call on SNB, the NL East race & more (1:31). Plus, Todd Radom's weekly quiz (35:30).
Reggie! Reggie! For more than a decade, Mr. October was the center of the baseball universe, finding himself in the middle of controversy and pennant races alike. Dayn Perry joins us discuss the tumultuous life and career of the Hall of Famer.
Are the Diamondbacks a dominant team powering their way into the post season? Or are they a maddeningly inconsistent team who find new ways to lose critical games?They have been both this year and that could cost them a chance at a winnable pennant.
Buster recaps Sunday's action including a controversial play in Boston, a heated exchange in Milwaukee, a great finish between the Mariners & Yankees and much more.
The braves reduce the magic number by 6 while salvaging a losing week. Fair or Foul: Snitker's use of pen vs. the pen? Dansby for the long haul? Ozzie starting in the post season. Who is our starting rotation if we play in the division series? All that plus Post Season Hope Meter, Shots in the Dark, and the Week Ahead.…
Are the Cardinals playoff bound or could they get nipped at the wire? Ed Kasputis interviews Rick Zucker from the St. Louis Chapter of SABR about the Cardinals future and our PhD Committee reminds us to never forget as September 11 approaches.By (Baseball PhD).
Doing a Sunday Request from friend of the podcast CU8SFAN (aka Cubs Fan with an 8.)He wants to know which team should be the next great championship challenge for Theo Epstein after delivering to Red Sox and Cubs fans.He makes some suggestions. I have a thought of my own.
While at a rest stop traveling up the 5, I realized that neither the Mets nor the Los Angeles Dodgers have a franchise defining offensive superstar. I wondered if Mike Piazza had stayed with LA if he could have been that figure for the Dodgers. And would David Wright have been that player if he remained healthy?…
Driving along along the 5 freeway, I began to think about ways to put together a pitching staff that doesn't require wearing a bullpen down but still tries to keep starters from facing an order more than twice.I have an idea.
Listeners answer the question: How confident are you in the Blue Jays' front office?By (Sportsnet).
Before hearing from Yankees OF Andrew McCutchen (51:53), Buster & Karl Ravech discuss the Angels' Mike Trout conundrum, the NL Central race, J.D. Martinez's shot at history & more (:22). Plus, Jessica Mendoza on Alex Bregman's sweet swing and who'd get her vote for NL Manager of the Year (33:22).
After visiting the last two MiLB ballparks on his list, Benjamin Hill joins the show to talk about his odyssey through the Minors. Plus, Tyler and Sam offer their remembrances of the 2018 season.
Buster breaks down an abbreviated Thursday slate, including an MVP case for Francisco Lindor and another clutch hit by David Bote.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is the 2018 Minor League Player of the Year.
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