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The Team of Rivals Podcast is weekly MLB analysis from the bleacher seats. No insiders. No anonymous sources. The latest rumors, speculation, news, and more from two passionate fans who can’t stand the other’s team. It’s Cardinals and Cubs baseball talk like you’ve never heard it before.
 
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With Brecklyn heading for higher ground, Ron, Pete, and Elliott discuss the thawing of relations between the MLBPA and owners, Carlos Martinez, and the new rule changes that will be implemented in the years to come.
 
Ron takes a week off and Brecklyn is studying for an exam, so this week's episode of ToR is very Cubs heavy. Not that there's anything wrong with that! Elliott and Pete steer the ship into the choppy waters of Bryce Harper's contract, baseball's toughest division, spring dreaming, and the possibility of a Kris Bryant contract extension. From th ...…
 
Pete was out on this episode but Ron, Elliott, and Brecklyn covered the opening of Spring Training games by discussing the Cardinals flurry of activity covering Carlos Martinez's shoulder, the Miles Mikolas extension, Ozuna's shoulder status, and options for filling the Cardinals’ starting rotation before shifting over to Cubs camp and Yu Darvi ...…
 
Braden hijacks the start of the show with a tribute to his love, MLB The Show. The Team then turns to discussions of the Manny Machado signing and the free agent market, the pitch clock, CMart's injury, Dallas Keuchel, and the start of Spring Training games. If you think this podcast sucked, Pete would like to take responsibility for taking a j ...…
 
Ron, Pete and Elliott get together to discuss the start of Spring Training, the new (?) free agent reality, and the triumphant return of the Stomping Grounds Post of the Week!
 
The Team fights through Brecklyn's internet issues for the season's last episode to discuss Racist Ricketts, Hunter As Prey, The Phillies Phlop, the Luke Hagerty Comeback Story, and a very disappointing NL Central Stomping Grounds Post of the Week.
 
The full crew is back in business this week and with the free agent market colder than Chicago's weather, they're left to speculate on which teams have improved themselves the most in the NL Central and what – if anything – needs to change to bring back the Glory Days of free agency. Plus, the NL Central Stomping Grounds Post of the Week, and B ...…
 
Brecklyn has gone full-on Typhoid Mary, leaving Ron and Pete to do a show with Droolin' Elliott, who was high on life after major oral surgery. They discuss the 2019 Hall of Fame class, predicting success based on Triple-A performance, what happens if the Cardinals miss the playoffs AGAIN, and the most boring topic of the week. Plus, the debut ...…
 
The Four Are One! Elliott's awake and Ron is barely hanging on, but the Team of Rivals got together to preview the Cubs Convention and the Winter Warmup. What question would you ask? Whose signature would you want most? Who would you want to have a drink with? All that and more on this week's episode.…
 
The full Team of Rivals crew is back! Brecklyn, Elliott, Pete, and Ron discuss Andrew Miller signing with the Cardinals, the ongoing Addison Russell saga, and Bryce Harper's interminable free agency. Ron also answers this offseason's most pressing questions: What does signing with the San Diego Padres say about a player's career, and are Kris B ...…
 
With Ron out for a medical emergency and Elliott felled by a migraine headache, Brecklyn and Pete were left to see how much of a mess they could make of things. In the process, Brecklyn gave her takes on last week's topics — the Goldschmidt trade and the Russell tender — and the two of them discussed the lack of Cubs/Cards activity at this year ...…
 
Brecklyn is under the weather, so Josh Potter kindly joined Ron, Pete, and Elliott to discuss the two big developments in RivalsLand: The Cardinals' trade for Paul Goldschmidt, and the Cubs' tender of Addison Russell. How comfortable are both teams with the offseason's progress, and where do we expect them to go from here?…
 
With Brecklyn out studying for finals, the guys gather to discuss the quickly accelerating offseason. When will Jerry Dipoto stop dealing? How much of a madman is Brodie Van Wagenen? Are the Cubs really laying low this offseason? And where are the Cardinals?!
 
CAUTION: This is a baseball-themed episode. The Team covers a wide range of topics, starting off with pumpkin spice, Elliott's fantasy football team, and Pat Mahomes' voice before finally settling in to discuss a wide variety of offseason topics. Kris Bryant on the trade block, the Cardinals clubhouse culture and its effect on front office's ab ...…
 
This week's show starts off on the wrong foot and goes down from there. Scott Boras dominates this show, kind of like he dominates the offseason. In between quotes from this week's Boras Press Conference, the crew discusses whether the Cubs are in or out of the free agent market, who the Cardinals should sign to be the Big Bat in the middle of ...…
 
The Grand Slam is back for a second week in a row, and they cover the first week of the offseason, talking about their reactions to the World Series, contract options being picked up (or not), Clayton Kershaw, the Brewers, and of course, the West Coast Cardinals. Padres gonna Padre.
 
We have issues. Lots of them. 1) Pete is back. 2) All of us are here. 3) Will the Dodgers win one game in this World Series? 4) Who is Harper more valuable to: The Cards or the Cubs? 5) San Diego. 6) What's wrong with the game? 7) We make Brecklyn uncomfortable at some point. 8) We really were awful tonight.…
 
Ron and Brecklyn start solo, until Elliott finally wakes up and joins the show mid-intro. Writer/producer/director Adam Maurer joins them on this night, as does The Show Infiltrator. He remains undefeated and has still "never loss". All kinds of speculation and rumor talk on this night.
 
Pete is out this week, so John Pearman from Cubs-Cards Cast was kind enough to sit in our Cubs chair for this week's show. Joined by Elliott, Ron, and Brecklyn, he tackles the end to both the Cardinals and Cubs seasons, Kris Bryant's rumored rejection of a contract extension, and which moves our teams need to make going into next year. Don't us ...…
 
It's a very dark podcast this week, as both the Cubs' and Cards' seasons have come to a close. Elliott and Pete lay out their shortcomings of Cubs skipper Joe Maddon, and their admiration for Theo Epsteisn's forthrightness at his season-ending press conference. Brecklyn and Ron then jump in to contrast Theo's determination with John Mozeliak's ...…
 
Ron, Pete, Elliott – plus special guests Adam Maurer, Dustin Duquenne, and Braden – jumped on to give their takes on Game 163 between the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs. Pete and Elliott don't have the most optimistic outlook for their team heading into the Wild Card game, but you never know about these things……
 
The Team was at full strength this week! Ron, Pete, Elliott, and Brecklyn brought the business! They discussed the most recent match-ups, and the importance of the weekend that looms ahead of both Cubs and Cardinals Nation. Drink it in, people! Drink. It. In!
 
Elliott is M.I.A. Have you seen him? Brecklyn, Ron, and Pete get together this week to discuss pimped doubles, Nostalgia Night, Minor League Champions, Milwaukee Gollum, and the remaining playoff race.
 
Brecklyn Carey brings balance to the show and joins Ron, Pete and Elliott as permanent co-host! The gang talks about Joe Maddon's curious personnel decisions - including Pedro Strop's injury - and the Cardinals revolving door in the lineup, which leads to a brief discussion of the upcoming offseason.…
 
Elliott and Ron kick off this episode with some nonsense before Pete dials in while on the road home. They talk Brandon Morrow, Josh Donaldson, umps who hate Joe Maddon, and Ohtani's arm unraveling. They eventually come to their senses to reclaim their honor. Enjoy!
 
Pete and Ron were joined by Adam Maurer to fill in for the missing Eliott Duy. Gene Bonds also crash-landed to talk about the National League's best division, why nobody blocked Daniel Murphy going to the Cubs, Josh Donaldson, and the Mike Shildt extension.
 
Cubs minor league enthusiast Tim Huwe joins the boys to talk about the Cubs' system and draft and development strategies. The guys also have a quick discussion of this week's big moves – Adams to the Cards, Murphy to the Cubs – and the postseason awards races. Our guy from Middle Earth makes an appearance, too.…
 
Brecklyn Carey of Birds on the Black joins the guys for a wide-ranging discussion of the Card's recent hot streak, Pete's "feud" with Bleacher Nation, intraleague play, robot umpires, and a host of other topics.
 
Adam Maurer guests as the guys TRIED - they really did! - to talk about the MVP status of Javier Baez and Matt Carpenter; Shohei Ohtani's latest SHO-stopper homerun; Jayson Werth and Scott Boras; and the San Diego Rule Fives!
 
The Cards look rejuvenated. Cole Hamels looks good in his first start as a Cub. The Central looks like the best division in the National League. Ron, Pete, and Elliott do their best to stay on topic while fighting off a wealth of pop-culture distractions.
 
The guys had to gather at an uncommon day of the week to talk through this absolutely insane trade deadline where we witnessed an uncommon amount of transactions! To help them make sense of this chaos, they called in Kyle Reis of Birds on the Black and Chris from Cardinals Nation 24/7. Kyle didn't disappoint at all as he gave his analysis and t ...…
 
This week was a tough one if you're a Cardinals Fan. If you're a Cubs Fan, you're doing “just fine”. Pete, Elliott, and Ron revisit their recent visit to the Friendly Confines and talk about their attendance at Saturday’s doubleheader. The conversation then shifts to roster decisions, the trade deadline, and "when to buy or sell.” Braden The Ha ...…
 
Ron, Pete, and Elliott were joined by Chris Lollis of Cardinals Nation 24/7 and Josh Potter of Two Birds on a Bat and Arch City to discuss the dismissal of Mike Matheny, John Mabry, and Bill Mueller. What is the plan going forward for the Cardinals? It starts with their new voice, but who will that be? And how much blame should be laid on Mo’s ...…
 
After taking a week off, the Rivals are back to address the Triple Play of Bud Norris, the Cardinals Front Office, and Cubs fans' expectations. Plus, Ron bites off way more than he can chew by challenging Matt Burns to a beer chug competition… It was sad.
 
This week's show starts off with a little #sensualbaseball before diving into the fellas' reactions to the last week's events. Chris Bosio gets fired for racially insensitive remarks? With both teams "struggling", Elliott asks if we still enjoy watching baseball games? With Yu Darvish's slow return from rehab and Tyler Chatwood's command strugg ...…
 
The evening's results are just too depressing to go in depth, so Ron, Elliott, and Pete wander around MLB searching for focus. Eventually, the conversation comes around to the Fowlers being run off of Twitter and the depths of the conversations that happen online, leading to the guys issuing a challenge to their listeners and to all of social m ...…
 
John Pearman and Dan Curry of the Cubs Cards Cast join Ron and Pete to explore the upcoming series in-depth. What happened to the Cardinals? Why couldn't the Cubs score more than two runs in 27 innings against the Brewers (ignoring the five-run explosion in extras)? Is a fault line developing between Cubs fans and Joe Maddon Are the Brewer the ...…
 
This week's show starts #OldSchool, with Ron and Pete manning the ship while Elliott attends to the family business. The three eventually dive into a discussion of which team's fanbase is more frustrated: the Cardinals' after a 4-5 stretch against three last-place teams or the Cubs' following a lackluster performance against the division-leadin ...…
 
Life is good on the North Side of Chicago. Things aren't as rosy at the other end of I-55, as evidenced by a special appearance by Ron's son.
 
Elliott, Pete and Ron were joined by Adam Maurer, a Cardinals fan out in LA. They discuss Alex Reyes only lasting for 4 innings in his first outing back in the bigs and transition to the Cardinals pitching situation and what to do with all of the arms. They talk briefly about Rizzo and "The Slide", and the Cardinals offensive woes.…
 
It's a day early, but the guys have a whole lot of angst built up for this week's show. 2018 looks a lot like 2017, with both team's offenses struggling. They discuss where Manny Machado will end up at the trade deadline, and Ron's Rants makes a special appearance.
 
Elliott and Ron manned the ship for the first half while Pete made his way home. First up, the mess that Robinson Cano is in, followed by hitting coaches, the NL West vs. the NL East, Kyle Schwarber is the best defender in baseball, and the Cardinals' dismal offense.
 
Pete, Elliott, and Ron jump on to cover a WIDE variety of baseball topics. Has it really only been four days since the Cardinals swept the Cubs? So much has happened in MLB that they didn't know where to start. (Of course, it didn't help that Ron was called away just as the show started.) Still, they held it together long enough to discuss the ...…
 
Ron, Pete and Elliott are back together again to recap the week that was, to discuss the upcoming Cubs-Cardinals series (with a guest appearance from B), and the joke that Sammy Sosa has become. Ron also goes into the weeds to discuss his disdain for the Three True Outcomes.
 
Elliott and Ron recap the week in Cardinals and Cubs baseball and look into the weekend ahead. Elliott raises an interesting question of Darvish or Arietta? GM, what would you do now? Pete was out but he left us with a soundbite. Funny or not? We'll let the audience decide.
 
Drunk Elliott is taking advantage of $12 seats in the Airport Hanger Park (Miller), so Ron and Pete jump on to recap a weather-shortened Series 1, Anthony Rizzo's OUTRAGEOUS!!! comments about shortening the season, and Bryan Price's trip to the unemployment line. They wrap things up with a get-off-my-lawn rant about the Launch Angle Revolution.…
 
In part 1 of our bonus night the guys are back together again, so they ever-so-briefly cover the upcoming Cubs-Cardinals series with special guest Tina Bradley.
 
In part 2 of our bonus night, we recap the Star Wars Rebels series. Tina Bradley joins Elliott, Pete and Ron to discuss how this series impacted our Star Wars universe, questions left unanswered and future possibilities for the remaining members of the Ghost Crew.
 
On this episode we talk the official start of the "base brawling" season. We revisit Yadi's suspension and the logic behind the decision, bat flipping, when to hit a batter and the recent a poor series that the Cardinals and Cubs just finished. Braden crashes the show again and gives his 2018 MLB The Show updates, we wake Chris Lollis up to say ...…
 
Ron, Pete and Elliott log on to officially review the first week-and-a-half of baseball covering pretty much everything Cardinals and Cubs, as well as Shohei Ohtani, Bryce Harper, and #CardinalsDevilMagic. Plus, we introduce the first episode of "Ron's Rants".
 
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