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We've talked about the conspiracy and we've talked about the trial, but this week, on the anniversary of the last out of the 1919 World Series, Mike and Bill talk to SABR Director of Editorial Content and Black Sox expert Jacob Pomrenke (@buckweaver) about the Series itself, what plays were suspect, and how little we actually know about how exa ...…
 
The first-year expansion Mets of 1962 are, famously, one of the worst teams of all time, and may well be the worst team to suit up since the turn of the last century. In this shorter, solo episode, Bill tells the story of the Mets' dismal season through their final game, 57 years ago this week, which included a particularly weird and appropriat ...…
 
Lyman Bostock was one of the most dynamic young stars in the American League, compared favorably with Rod Carew and predicted to win multiple batting titles. He was one of the early benefactors of free agency, was quickly becoming one of the most popular players in the game, and may have been on a Hall of Fame track. But 41 years ago this week, ...…
 
There have been four pitchers to strike out 20 batters in a game, but only one of them did it twice, and the second time that happened, 23 years ago this week, was the last great start he'd make as a member of the Red Sox. At a patron's request, Mike and Bill look at the good, the bad, and the ugly in Clemens' Hall of Fame-worthy career, and ta ...…
 
Ruth and Gehrig. Brett and White. Mays and McCovey. There have been so many great pairs of teammates in baseball history. But none of them played together as long or as often as Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker, who began their HoF-worthy careers in the same game 42 years ago this week. Mike and Bill trace their excellent and often overlooked tim ...…
 
We spend so much time talking about the most famous and greatest players to star in the major leagues. But there was a time when our country was full of stars in every small town. For the 65th and 62nd anniversaries, respectively, of Joe Baumann breaking the single season pro HR record and Steve Dalkowski K'ing 24 and BBing 18, we talk to @Gayl ...…
 
It took 21 years and 742 starts, but 37 years ago this week, Gaylord Perry was finally caught greasing up a baseball. Or was he? In response to a Patreon request from Jim Gatton, Mike and Bill examine the life and career of baseball's most beloved, and most unrepentant, cheater, and try to figure out the secrets that the Hall of Fame righty sti ...…
 
Dave Dravecky's comeback was described as something out of a storybook. It was a miracle. It was short-lived as, 30 years ago this week, his attempt to return from cancer surgery on his pitching arm ended on the mound in the most gruesome way imaginable. Mike and Bill look back on the career of Dravecky, what made his comeback so easy to root f ...…
 
Two of the best pitchers of the Dead Ball Era faced off 109 years ago this week, putting up matching goose eggs for 16 innings before the game between the Athletics and White Sox was called on a account of darkness. It serves as a perfect jumping off point to discuss the fantastic new graphic non-fiction book Baseball Epic: Famous and Forgotten ...…
 
Pete Rose has become one of the most polarizing and controversial figures in baseball history. But before that, he was the brash and charismatic star of one of the greatest teams in baseball history. And 41 years ago this week, Rose's 44 game hitting streak was snapped by the Atlanta Braves. At the request of Patreon supporter Steve Harmon, we ...…
 
Lefty Grove is one of the ten best pitchers of all time. But because of a late start to his major league career, 78 years ago this week, the A's and Red Sox legend won the last game of his career, his 300th. Mike and Bill look back at his legendary career and why it got started so late. Plus, happy birthday to Cliff Johnson and Roy McMillan!…
 
TTO gets together after the sad news about the unexpected passing of Rob McQuown to remember him and what he's meant to so many folks.BP's Twitter moment with thoughts about Rob: https://twitter.com/i/moments/1151564016881414150By Three True Outcomes.
 
TTO gets together after the sad news about the unexpected passing of Rob McQuown to remember him and what he's meant to so many folks. BP's Twitter moment with thoughts about Rob: https://twitter.com/i/moments/1151564016881414150By Three True Outcomes.
 
Very few players in the 20th century transformed the way baseball was perceived as much as Jim Bouton, the hotshot Yankees starter who, after arm injuries and a trade to the Seattle Pilots, wrote perhaps the greatest baseball book of all time. Bouton passed away last week, so Mike and Bill talk about his life, his book, and the legacy of both, ...…
 
TTO catches up on the MLB All Star break including the ASG, Homerun Derby, and other current events around the sporting world.By Three True Outcomes.
 
TTO catches up on the MLB All Star break including the ASG, Homerun Derby, and other current events around the sporting world.By Three True Outcomes.
 
We have spent a lot of time over 107 previous episodes making fun of former Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, but this episode we really take the time to catalogue what made him such an exceptionally frustrating boss of baseball on the 48th anniversary of Kuhn reversing course and deciding that Negro Leaguers would be full members of the Hall of Fame. W ...…
 
Walter Johnson was probably the greatest pitcher of the first half of the 20th century until suddenly feeling his age in 1920. Weirdly, that was also when he threw one of the greatest games of his career, his only no-hitter, 99 years ago this week. Mike and Bill talk with Steven Goldman (@gostevengoldman) about The Big Train's career and legacy ...…
 
Few second basemen could match Cubs great Ryne Sandberg, and, of those, few could match Sandberg's epic performance 35 years ago this week, when he singlehandedly brought his team back from the brink of defeat against Bruce Sutter and the Cardinals on national TV. With Bill off this week, Mike digs through Sandberg's life and career, including ...…
 
There may have never been an athlete as singular as Bo Jackson, a two sport star whose potential and flashes of brilliance tantalized the world until it all came crashing down. On the 33rd anniversary of him signing with the Kansas City Royals, Mike and Bill look back on Bo's careers, his downfall, his comeback, and his legacy. Plus, happy birt ...…
 
On this episode, TTO is joined by Tom Cunningham to discuss his preferred methods for building teams (hint: prospects!) and gives a ton of great tips for listeners about what to look for as they endeavor to build a champion squad. We touch on the latest MLB draftees (actually talking about the players this time!) and how they compare to prospec ...…
 
On this episode, TTO is joined by Tom Cunningham to discuss his preferred methods for building teams (hint: prospects!) and gives a ton of great tips for listeners about what to look for as they endeavor to build a champion squad. We touch on the latest MLB draftees (actually talking about the players this time!) and how they compare to prospec ...…
 
Bernard Malamud's iconic novel The Natural has many inspirations, but its most iconic may be the shooting of Roy Hobbs. The inspiration for it occurred 70 years ago this week, when Eddie Waitkus was gunned down in his hotel by an obsessive fan. We go through the life of Waitkus, the tragic shooting that changed everything, its aftermath for bot ...…
 
There's a lot we don't know about Old Hoss Radbourn, including, as it turns out, exactly how many victories he had for Providence and Boston in the 19th century. But, 128 years ago approximately this week, he won his 300th game. Mike and Bill explore Radbourn's life, his historic 1884, and his downfall. Then they're joined by Old Hoss Radbourn ...…
 
TTO reflects on the production of the first round of the 2019 MLB draft and takes several listener questions. We asked for questions and you delivered!By Three True Outcomes.
 
TTO reflects on the production of the first round of the 2019 MLB draft and takes several listener questions. We asked for questions and you delivered!By Three True Outcomes.
 
Phil and Joe Niekro went head-to-head several times over the course of their long and illustrious careers. But in an utterly bizarre coincidence, 43 years ago this week, Joe hit the only home run in his big league career in more than 1200 plate appearances off of his big brother. In an episode abbreviated by the holiday weekend, Mike and Bill t ...…
 
Few trades in the modern era have altered the course of two franchises like the deal 30 years ago this week that sent Mark Langston from the Seattle Mariners to the Montreal Expos for three pitchers, one of whom was a wild, 6'10" left-hander named Randy Johnson. Obviously, Johnson would go on to become one of the greatest pitchers in baseball h ...…
 
For the 100th fabulous episode of TWIBH, Mike and Bill look at the short but fabulous career of Mark Fidrych, who won his first game 43 years ago this week. Birdmania swept America in 1976, reminding the country that baseball could be and should be fun. Plus, happy birthday to Stubby Overmire and Ed Wright!…
 
There have been few pitching prospects as exciting as Herb Score, and few downfalls that have been disappointing. This week, 62 years ago, Score was struck by a line drive off the bat of Gil McDougald, knocking him out of the rest of the season and, supposedly, ruining his career. But the truth is more complicated, as Mike and Bill find as they ...…
 
TTO takes some listener questions and we also review some discussions on Scoresheet Talk forum (Yahoo Group ss-talk) about luck balancing and how the simulation does and how it should work. Tune in for all that plus the best things we saw since the last pod!By Three True Outcomes.
 
TTO takes some listener questions and we also review some discussions on Scoresheet Talk forum (Yahoo Group ss-talk) about luck balancing and how the simulation does and how it should work. Tune in for all that plus the best things we saw since the last pod!By Three True Outcomes.
 
One of the most dynamic players of all time, Rickey Henderson still has many fans polarized. But everyone seems to agree that he was the best leadoff man and base stealer in baseball history. And, it was 28 years ago this week that he cemented those titles with his 939th career steal, breaking Lou Brock's all time record. Mike and Bill dig into ...…
 
Kevin Mitchell was not exactly known for his defense, but 30 years ago this week, he made one of the more amazing catches in baseball history at the beginning of his MVP year. Mike and Bill look back at Mitchell's performance on and off the field, as well as other unlikely MVP seasons. Plus, happy birthday to Mike Scott and Bob Smith.…
 
TTO takes a listener question about evaluating their team and discusses the advice in the latest emails from Scoresheet about when it is time to start making drastic changes to your team. Is it time to panic? Tune in to find out how to take stock of your team in the early part of the season, and listen to us chat about the best things we saw th ...…
 
TTO takes a listener question about evaluating their team and discusses the advice in the latest emails from Scoresheet about when it is time to start making drastic changes to your team. Is it time to panic? Tune in to find out how to take stock of your team in the early part of the season, and listen to us chat about the best things we saw th ...…
 
In the spring of 1925, Babe Ruth suddenly collapsed in the arms of a teammate, sparking ridicule in the New York press for what became known as "The Bellyache Heard Round the World." Stomach surgery 94 years ago this week would keep the Babe out for two months and tank the Yankees' hopes that year. Mike and Bill look at Ruth's tumultuous offsea ...…
 
You already know about Hank Aaron, but Mike and Bill zoom in on the Hammer's 1973 and 1974 chase of Babe Ruth's career home run record, which culminated 45 years ago this week, to examine how the new Home Run King pulled away from Willie Mays, dealt with a steady stream of death threats, and endured a meddling commissioner who demanded he play ...…
 
TTO goes through a new plan for managing our Scoresheet teams, checks in on a couple of them, and banters about the changes in how baseball is played and how it impacts a simulated fantasy game. We talk through how a simulation might best adjust and adapt to certain types of outcomes occuring far less often, and we wrap with the best things we ...…
 
TTO goes through a new plan for managing our Scoresheet teams, checks in on a couple of them, and banters about the changes in how baseball is played and how it impacts a simulated fantasy game. We talk through how a simulation might best adjust and adapt to certain types of outcomes occuring far less often, and we wrap with the best things we ...…
 
Once one of the best starters in baseball, 32 years ago this week Dennis Eckersley began a new chapter in what would become a Hall of Fame career when he was traded to the Oakland A's and became the first modern closer. Mike and Bill cover both halves of Eckersley's long and impressive career, and his fight against the bottle that almost preven ...…
 
This week, TTO answers the most compelling listener question to date about which of us is which outcome, previews the AL, picks playoff teams and award winners, and goes over the best things we saw this week. We hope you'll tune in! We're working on cleaning up some technical issues. If you've noticed any changes, good or bad, let us know what ...…
 
This week, TTO answers the most compelling listener question to date about which of us is which outcome, previews the AL, picks playoff teams and award winners, and goes over the best things we saw this week. We hope you'll tune in!We're working on cleaning up some technical issues. If you've noticed any changes, good or bad, let us know what y ...…
 
During the World Series in 1977, Melissa Ludtke, a credentialed writer for Sports Illustrated, was denied entrance to the teams' clubhouses in the wake of Game 6, while her male colleagues were invited in with open arms. This touched off a legal battle that ended 40 years ago, when the courts ordered MLB to provide equal access for reporters wh ...…
 
The road to end the reserve clause was a long one that got a little easier 43 years ago this week, when the owners ended the lockout they'd imposed to protest the oncoming free agency. Marc Normandin (@Marc_Normandin) joins us to discuss the lockout, the contentious labor history between players and owners, and his latest article for Deadspin, ...…
 
On the TTO podcast this week, we talk about the MLB rule changes, and the implications for Scoresheet. We also preview the NL, each in our own way. Of course, we also go over the best thing we saw this week (since the last podcast).By Three True Outcomes.
 
On the TTO podcast this week, we talk about the MLB rule changes, and the implications for Scoresheet. We also preview the NL, each in our own way. Of course, we also go over the best thing we saw this week (since the last podcast).By Three True Outcomes.
 
Batting helmets have become such an entrenched part of baseball that it's easy to forget not only that they once weren't required, but that making them mandatory was a fifty year process, full of fits and starts. One of those starts took place 78 years ago this week, when the Dodgers announced they'd require their batters to wear a helmet inven ...…
 
TTO sits down with guests Nate Stephens and John R Mayne to talk about this year's Scoresheet Mock Draft, including everybody offering takes on the tough decisions at the top of the draft, the best picks throughout the draft, and other trends they noticed this year. For more information see the mock draft league page, spreadsheet of results, an ...…
 
TTO sits down with guests Nate Stephens and John R Mayne to talk about this year's Scoresheet Mock Draft, including everybody offering takes on the tough decisions at the top of the draft, the best picks throughout the draft, and other trends they noticed this year. For more information see the mock draft league page, spreadsheet of results, an ...…
 
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