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Mike Schur remembers MLB great Joe Morgan

Morgan died on Sunday. Schur, beyond his TV work, once ran a blog called Fire Joe Morgan. Schur's critique of Morgan was good-natured and the close following of Morgan's career gave him a bigger appreciation of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer.

Olney: Morgan 'was one of the best players of all time' (0:40)

Greeny Hour 1: Lakers Win NBA Finals, Dak Update

Greeny begins the hour remembering the life and career of Hall of Fame 2B & World Series Champion Joe Morgan. Then... we get to the Lakers winning their 17th NBA title and the 4th for LeBron James. Where do LeBron & A.D. rank among best duos in history? Plus, a devastating injury for Cowboys QB Dak Prescott yesterday. We get the latest from Cowboys Reporter Todd Archer & Injury Analyst Dr. Michael Kaplan.

Reds legend Joe Morgan dies at 77 (0:53)

BBTN: Karl Ravech on emotion of Dodgers-Padres, the A’s coming back from the dead and Randy Arozarena’s tear. Plus, Bill Shaikin on fans in the stands for the World Series

Karl Ravech joins Buster Olney to discuss calling games on the radio for the first time since college, the emotion of Dodgers-Padres, the A’s coming back from the dead, Randy Arozarena’s tear, second-guessing Aaron Boone’s decision to platoon his pitchers in game two and Ian Anderson’s confidence (16:19). Later, The Los Angeles Times’ Bill Shaikin hops on to talk about the hunger for a title in L.A., MLB’s plan to allow fans in the stands at the World Series and the reorganization of the minor leagues (39:47).

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Reds' Williams resigns as head of baseball ops

Dick Williams has resigned as the Reds' president of baseball operations after nearly 15 years with the team, citing spending time with his family as one of the primary reasons for the move.

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Hall of Famer Bench to auction memorabilia

The recent deaths of baseball greats Lou Brock, Tom Seaver and Al Kaline got Johnny Bench thinking about the future and the prospect of unloading memorabilia from his Hall of Fame career.


BBTN: Dan Shulman and Sarah Langs recap a marathon day of postseason action

Dan Shulman joins Buster to discuss a marathon day of baseball, a spectacular game between the Yankees and Indians, the competitive arrogance of the Rays, Carlos Correa embracing his inner villain, the Twins’ 18-straight playoff losses, and Dinelson Lamet and Mike Clevinger going down for San Diego (13:50). Later, Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game with notes on the A’s winner-take-all losing streak, the strikeouts in Reds-Braves and Minnesota’s postseason futility (33:29).

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Braves overcome Reds in longest scoreless duel

Atlanta's Freddie Freeman ended the longest scoreless duel in postseason history with an RBI single in the 13th inning to beat Cincinnati 1-0 in the opener of their NL Wild Card Series.


Finally! Freeman leads Braves over Reds 1-0 in 13 innings

Freddie Freeman singled home the winning run in the 13th inning, finally ending the longest scoreless duel in postseason history as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 in the opener of their NL wild-card series on Wednesday.

The rise of Tim Anderson (2:31)

BBTN: David Schoenfield and Hembo preview the first round series in the American League

David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss why the Red Sox would be crazy not to bring Alex Cora back, the duel between Shane Bieber and Gerrit Cole, Jesús Luzardo starting for the A’s in game one, the Blue Jays’ pitching strategy, and if the Twins can snap its 16-game postseason losing streak (7:36). Plus, Hembo drops by to give his keys to each of the AL series (26:52).

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.21230th
On Base Percentage.31224th
Slugging Percentage.40318th
Earned Run Average3.847th
Quality Starts0Tied-21st