Oh, what could have been. This season was brimming with storylines. Could the Dodgers finally get over the hump with the addition of Mookie Betts? Would Gerrit Cole anchor the Yankees' rotation en route to their first World Series in what feels like a lifetime for Yankees fans? Would Wander Franco make the Rays roster... Continue Reading →
As states start to reopen and governments lift shelter-in-place restrictions, could baseball be back on the horizon? Brett and Scott discuss that, the Korean Baseball Organization, and the Biggest, Sexiest Book Review in podcast history -- listen here!
For all the concerns that the demise of baseball is imminent, it's clear the game's problems haven't hit the bottom line. On Monday, Forbes reported that MLB saw a 16th-consecutive year of record revenues, hitting a mark of $10.3-billion this year. That number only includes baseball-related revenue, and does not include the sale of BAMTech... Continue Reading →