Bryce Harper, Ken Griffey Jr. and Bo Jackson lived up to their billing. Todd Van Poppel and Gregg Jefferies? Not so much.
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Chris Carlin is joined by Steven Matz to discuss the good work he is doing with his Tru32 initiative for First Responders, how he found out the regular season was being paused because of COVID and much more.
The SNY broadcast team of Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling took some shots at the Astros during a video game simulation of a matchup against the Mets.
Larry Hardesty reacts to the top news stories of the day including how the major sports leagues are planning to start/continue their seasons in isolation from society.
Jeff Passan joined Chris Carlin to discuss where the MLB's isolation idea originated, the likelihood of it happening and much more.
Major League Baseball and its players are increasingly focused on a plan that could allow them to start the season as early as May in greater Phoenix and has the support of high-ranking federal public health officials, sources told ESPN.
Larry Hardesty and Gordon Damer react to the top news stories of the day including the idea that the MLB will minimize the game length to 7 innings.
Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper and Mets pitcher Steven Matz are the latest baseball players to make donations to coronavirus relief efforts.
Marly Rivera joined Larry Hardesty to discuss the Astros' punishment saga, what will happen with the Red Sox, how Covid-19 is effecting the players/teams and much more.
Beer flights. Knife fights. Planes, trains ... and parachutes? These stories would have broken the internet.
Darryl Strawberry joins Buster to discuss what he would tell his 18-year-old self now, what he remembers about the 16-inning game 6 of the '86 NLCS, why they came out flat against the Red Sox in the World Series, and the differences between that Mets team and the '98 Yankees (2:47).
The first of a series of classic MLB games on ESPN is a memorable, emotional night at Shea Stadium shortly after the 2001 attacks in New York City.
Kyle Peterson joins Buster to discuss the major changes to the MLB Draft including the hard decisions college baseball players and coaches have to make in this time of uncertainty, the $20,000 cap on signing bonuses for undrafted players, teams that might look to save money by dumping players and what Kyle would do to help increase interest in baseball (1:40). Later, Sarah Langs hops on to talk about which players might've never made the big leagues under the new draft format and how players on short-term deals are likely to be hurt the most by teams looking to cut payroll (28:20).
Dave Martinez, Kevin Cash, Joe Girardi and others talk about connecting with their players, missing baseball and enjoying some extra family time.
For a single season, these players raised their game to levels they had never achieved before -- or would again.