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Max Stassi had two impressive home runs among his four hits, Griffin Canning struck out 10 in six crafty innings and the Los Angeles Angels beat the punchless playoff-bound San Diego Padres 4-2 Tuesday night.
Here's the latest on the postseason picture.
Eric and Tristan discuss bold moves that could decide your league, preview outfielders for 2021 and take swings at 20/20 trivia!
BBTN: Tim Kurkjian on why he can't take his eyes off the Marlins and the NL Cy Young race. Plus, Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss why he can’t take his eyes off the Marlins, why the Reds are the Indians of the NL, the NL Cy Young Race, anemic hitting across the league, night games at Wrigley, Josh Donaldson going off on umpires, Ron Gardenhire’s abrupt retirement and Justin Verlander undergoing Tommy John surgery. Later, Sarah Langs stops by to play The Numbers Game with notes on the Padres’ postseason drought, Luke Voit leading the league in homers and Garret Crochet’s debut.
With the Yankees reclaiming a spot in our top five, we look at each team's most valuable player for this most unusual season.
Must-see matchups, pennant race-defining moments, potential MVPs. We've got it all covered in 2020's dramatic stretch-drive finale.
The San Diego Padres are returning to the playoffs for the first time since 2006 after beating the Seattle Mariners 7-4 on Sunday.
The San Diego Padres are returning to the playoffs for the first time in 14 years after beating the Seattle Mariners 7-4 Sunday with a three-run rally in the 11th inning that included a go-ahead double by newcomer Mitch Moreland.
The San Diego Padres will have to wait at least one more day to clinch their first playoff berth in 14 seasons after former teammates Ty France and Luis Torrens led the Seattle Mariners to a 4-1 victory Saturday night.
Manny Machado homered twice and drove in four runs, Chris Paddack one-hit Seattle for six shutout innings and the San Diego Padres beat the Mariners 6-1 Friday night to reduce their magic number to two for clinching their first playoff berth in 14...
BBTN: Jesse Rogers has an interesting idea for how teams should use their pitchers in the first round. Plus, Todd Radom on Kauffman Stadium
Jesse Rogers joins Buster to discuss his pitching strategy for the first round of the playoffs, Josh Donaldson’s ejection after hitting a home run and kicking dirt on home plate, the White Sox clinching a playoff spot, Javier Baez rounding into form, the end of Jon Lester’s time with the Cubs, and another possible Yankees-Twins matchup in the postseason. Later, Todd Radom joins the show to talk about Kauffman Stadium and to administer the weekly quiz.
The Padres-Mariners series originally scheduled for this weekend in Seattle has been moved to San Diego because of air-quality issues in Washington state.
BBTN: Eduardo Peréz on Fernanmber do Tatis Jr.'s Septecollapse and Jason Benetti on Tim Anderson’s development into an MVP candidate
Eduardo Peréz joins Buster to discuss the jersey collection he’s amassed while calling games at home, Fernando Tatis Jr.’s poor September, why the Marlins are dangerous coming down the home stretch, and the pitching-catching combination of Gerrit Cole and Kyle Higashioka. Later, Jason Benetti drops by to talk about why the Yankees look like the biggest postseason threat to the White Sox and Tim Anderson’s development into an MVP candidate.
With new faces such as the White Sox and Padres in the expanded playoff mix, the Fall Classic possibilities are nearly endless. Here are the showdowns we'd love (or hate).
Eric and Tristan discuss the struggles of some fantasy stars, tackle the middle field ranks for 2021 and preview the weekend slate.
The Los Angeles Dodgers became the first team to clinch a playoff spot in the pandemic-shortened season, beating the San Diego Padres 7-5 Wednesday behind Dustin May's gutty effort out of the bullpen and home runs from AJ Pollock and Chris Taylor.
Tony Gonsolin quieted San Diego's bats for seven innings, Edwin Rios homered and the Los Angeles Dodgers won 3-1 Tuesday night to snap the Padres' eight-game winning streak and regain a 2 1/2-game lead in the NL West.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss Ben Roethlisberger's big performance and what it means for the AFC, tonight's Nuggets-Clippers Game 7, the Padres' run in the NL West and much more.
BBTN: David Schoenfield on Dodgers-Padres and White Sox-Twins. Plus, Hembo on Cody Bellinger's struggles at the plate
David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss the Padres-Dodgers series, Trent Grisham’s home run off Clayton Kershaw, the White Sox increasing its division lead over the Twins, if seeding matters in the AL without a home field advantage, Yankees-Blue Jays and Steve Cohen set to purchase the Mets (9:31). Later, Hembo drops by to talk about his mixed feelings on Grisham “showing up” Kershaw, Cody Bellinger’s struggles at the plate, Cleveland’s historic pitching and historically bad outfield, and why Nelson Cruz is still at the peak of his powers (28:38).
L.A.'s division lead is shrinking as San Diego becomes more than an NL West neighbor. The Padres are now a legit threat.
Dinelson Lamet outpitched Clayton Kershaw, and rookie Jorge Ona hit a go-ahead double in a five-run seventh inning to lead the San Diego Padres to their eighth straight win, 7-2 against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night in the opener of a series...
BBTN: Tim Kurkjian on Alec Mills' no-hitter. Plus, Alden Gonzalez on Albert Pujols and the big Dodgers-Padres series
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss Alec Mills' unlikely no-hitter, Matt Chapman's injury, the Rays being the best team in the AL despite hitting a snag, the Dodgers' eternal bitterness about losing the World Series to the Astros, why Ian Anderson is the most important rookie in the NL and Nelson Cruz leading the league in home runs (9:47). Then, Alden Gonzalez stops by to talk about Albert Pujols and the how the Angels should handle its aging superstar, and the huge Dodgers-Padres series starting tonight (25:18).
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