2020 ScheduleAll times ET
If the Rams open up SOFI for the season but operate at lower capacity, would you go? Sliwa and Kirk ask the people. Stephen A says the Lakers are the team to beat. Plus, halftime!
Max Muncy didn't react quickly enough to a pitch running in on him during Sunday's scrimmage from Dodger Stadium and suffered an injury because of it.
Will the "NBA Bubble" work at Disney World? The guys discussed. Then, reaction to Mookie Betts' comments that the MLB is not doing everything for BLM and for the African American Communities. And, "Game of Games." Plus, Crosstalk with Allen Sliwa.
ESPN's Buster Olney kicked off the show, as he thinks there is a "zero percent chance" that the 2020 MLB Season won't be completed. Plus, will Kenley Jansen report to Dodgers' camp? And, a look back at "Passangate" and Momo's bad show opening. Also, reaction to the "Bubble meals."
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss how refreshing it is to see Terry Francona and Francisco Lindor pulling pranks, the challenge of keeping players focused and the need to hear from Rob Manfred as issues with the restart arise (4:20). Later, ESPN’s senior manager of MLB programming Rick Mace talks about what it’s been like scheduling games for TV (16:19). Plus, Hembo on which teams have scheduling advantages and why he’d take Juan Soto on a 10-year contract (26:00).
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw was tabbed Tuesday to make the ninth Opening Day start of his career, which extends his franchise record.
As Major League Baseball attempts to start a 60-game season during the COVID-19 pandemic, here are the players who have said they will not be participating.
With swirling uncertainty as a backdrop, new Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts isn't sure he'll ever have an official at-bat with the team. "I'm fully expecting to play. But that doesn't mean there aren't doubts," he said.
The dates for baseball's 60-game sprint of a season are officially set. Here's what we can't wait to see once the games begin.
The defending World Series champion Washington Nationals will host the New York Yankees in the first game of the 2020 MLB season on July 23, followed by the San Francisco Giants traveling to play the rival Los Angeles Dodgers.
BBTN: Dave Schoenfield on Cleveland changing its name and players expressing skepticism about playing; Sarah Langs on the David Price opting out
David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss Cleveland’s decision to review its name, possible names to replace the Indians, Freddie Freeman getting sick, Mike Trout, Sean Doolittle and Buster Posey’s skepticism about playing, and what the tipping point could be to shut the season down (7:16). Later, Sarah Langs drops by to talk about her aversion to spiders and what losing David Price means to the Dodgers (26:02).
Dave Schoenfield joins Eric and Tristan to discuss COVID contingency planning, the value of a few NL East players and answer your finest questions!
David Price said in a statement Sunday that it was in the best interest of his and his family's health not to play this season.
Major League Baseball has canceled the 2020 All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium, which will now host the 2022 Midsummer Classic.
Hotdog eating champion Allen Sliwa reflects on his big win. The LA times' Kevin Baxter joins the show to talk about the MLS "Welcome Back" tournament being in doubt. Plus, The Athletic's Antonio Morales walks Sliwa down memory lane.
Allen Sliwa defeated Steve Mason 9-8 in the first ever ESPNLA hotdog eating contest. The champ reflects on his big win. Plus, ESPN's Aldon gonzales talks MLB and the Covid situation.
Gerrit Cole throwing BP to Aaron Judge at Yankee Stadium, as well as other ballplayers working out together, is a sight for sore eyes.
Spring training 2.0 ... or summer camp? No matter what you call it, baseball's road back to the field starts today. Here's what you need to get up to speed.
It’s Wednesday and that means Momma Momo is in the house! It’s also July 1st and today's the day we’ll know if Dwight Howard will be joining the Lakers in Orlando. Ramona and Jorge share stories of stakeouts gone wrong. And, even though the MLB is “on” they still can’t get it together.
The family of Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles is just glad he's alive after his arrest in Florida.
Some of the game's biggest prospects, such as Wander Franco and Jo Adell, will be in MLB camps this week. Here's who to watch on every team.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Vladimir Gutierrez was one of four minor leaguers suspended Sunday for violating the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
- Other Games
On Base Percentage.3379th
Earned Run Average4.0611th