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The guys chat Patino and McClanahan and minor-league assignments before diving into the listener question mailbag. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Music from https://filmmusic.io “District Four” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://cr…
 
In Episode 132, Bradford and Craig chat about Bradford's new job and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Charmin Soft: Bradford has some thoughts on the Aaron Judge discourse 2. Because we're a Mets podcast: We recorded before Jacob deGrom's right side issue, after the hitting coaches were fired. 3. May the Fourth be with you: We're really…
 
In Episode 278 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey, Thomas, and Allison go up and down the Mets lineup to try and diagnose what's going on. Is fighting with the Phillies a fix? Or perhaps the mysterious Donnie Stevenson? Then in the second half of the show we preview the Mets minor league season, even though we only have half the rosters. Finall…
 
Cliff Corcoran (The Cycle newsletter) returns to run down the state of the early season, plus tales: Death stalks the Polo Grounds and Gallen and Bumgarner meet Dizzy and Paul. TABLE OF CONTENTS Multiple Fatalities at the Polo Grounds*Dizzy but Not Daffy*Cliff Corcoran: Rougned Odor and the Yankees*Low Offensive Levels/The Strikeout Rate*A Strikeou…
 
Another week, another podcast. On the show this week Mike, Jon, and Samuel talk a return to normalcy both baseball and in life with the rising numbers of vaccinations. Then after that, it's your questions! They talk trading strategies early in the season, surprising hitters, and almost get into a brawl over coffee. It's a lot of fun, we promise. Go…
 
In Episode 278 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey, Thomas, and Allison go up and down the Mets lineup to try and diagnose what's going on. Is fighting with the Phillies a fix? Or perhaps the mysterious Donnie Stevenson? Then in the second half of the show we preview the Mets minor league season, even though we only have half the rosters. Finall…
 
In Episode 131, Emma and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Thanks I Hate It: What is cheugy? Jeffrey still doesn't know. 2. And we'll never be Royals: The Royals are off to a hot start, despite not really hitting. But it's all very Royals. 3. They Might Be Giants: 2014 is back very strongly. 4. Well, my month started about a month ago: …
 
Jeremy Wolf of More Than Baseball stops by (22:50) to discuss the challenges minor leaguers faced during the canceled 2020 season, the further issues in the Covid-affected 2021 season and how MTB is working to help out. He also discusses the latest MTBKicks initiative and how that is helping on multiple levels. Greg and Josh also discuss the strong…
 
In Episode 130, Bradford and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Very disrespectful Jeff: We don't understand the Rockies. We might understand why one would no longer want to work for the Rockies. 2. Minnesota nice: The Twins might be in trouble. Or maybe not, it's been like three weeks. 3. An offensive offensive environment: The Twins ar…
 
In Episode 277 of For All You Kids Out There, we have your weekly Mark Canha update, thoughts on what to do with J.D. Davis, the conundrum that is Luis Rojas as manager, and a brand new but probably mostly the same Sean Reid-Foley. We also answer your correspondence on best baseball eras, more managerial malfeasance, and get galaxy-brained about th…
 
Mark and J.P. return to the TINO World Headquarters to discuss Alex Kirilloff’s promotion to the majors. The guys then break down and evaluate a few trades that Mark has made over the past week. Did he sell low on a pair of Mariners outfielders? Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.c…
 
Back to whatever constitutes normal for the podcast this week Mike, Jon, and Samuel start the show with a discussion on the art of FAAB. They then tackle players that they feel are succeeding early, and players that are not showing out as expected and even pushed pre draft season. There's a lot of interesting discussions in here, both about the spe…
 
Mark and J.P. return to the TINO World Headquarters to discuss Alex Kirilloff’s promotion to the majors. The guys then break down and evaluate a few trades that Mark has made over the past week. Did he sell low on a pair of Mariners outfielders? Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.c…
 
David Roth returns to talk baseball and social responsibility during our still-ongoing pandemic. Plus tales: Pee Wee Reese undeflected and Casey Stengel taunts a cross-eyed pitcher (and throws up his breakfast). TABLE OF CONTENTS Pee Wee Reese’s Journey*Casey and the 1922 Tour of Japan*David Roth: Owning a Zamboni*Baseball-is-Back Euphoria*Pow! Bul…
 
In Episode 277 of For All You Kids Out There, we have your weekly Mark Canha update, thoughts on what to do with J.D. Davis, the conundrum that is Luis Rojas as manager, and a brand new but probably mostly the same Sean Reid-Foley. We also answer your correspondence on best baseball eras, more managerial malfeasance, and get galaxy-brained about th…
 
In Episode 129, Jeffrey and Craig once again head to Twitch to discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Winning 12 games in a row is easy, tell 'em Craig: The Athletics might never lose again, but Craig still doesn't believe. Plus, some Yusmeiro Petit chat. 2. Stay Classy, San Diego: The Padres and Dodgers tangle again. 3. Around the Horn: It's most…
 
Greg and Josh discuss the last week of Jays baseball including the ups and downs against the Royals and Red Sox, some tactical managing issues, the surprising performances in the bullpen, Vlad and Bo carrying the offensive load while others struggle to come around, the defensive play and its chances for improvement and the pending return of a bunch…
 
Mark and J.P. return to discuss a DFS controversy that shook the TINO world to its very core. The pair also look at Ramón Laureano before turning to the minor leagues to highlight some of the players they're most excited to see in 2021. Also, Mark basks in the glow of Zach McKinstry and wonders whether dynasty owners should just start bumping fring…
 
Mark and J.P. return to discuss a DFS controversy that shook the TINO world to its very core. The pair also look at Ramón Laureano before turning to the minor leagues to highlight some of the players they're most excited to see in 2021. Also, Mark basks in the glow of Zach McKinstry and wonders whether dynasty owners should just start bumping fring…
 
In Episode 128, Bradford and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Wild Wild West: The Dodgers and Padres threw down for three great games that felt at least like late September baseball. 2. Thaaaaaaaaaaaa Yankees lose: The Bronx Bombers are not hitting bombs, will it continue? Bradford investigates. 3. Protocol Me Maybe: The Twins and Phil…
 
In Episode 276 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the latest problems with the Mets organizational culture, a good week overall on the field, one bad fifth inning in Denver, and the state of the rest of the NL East. In the third half of the show we discuss fastball grading again, and then answer your questions on the Mets bu…
 
Look, we're going to level with you this week. Our options were this, or just reading all the injuries that seem to keep happening. So we made our call. Mike, Jon, and Samuel each bring a topic to the show and they kick it around. Today's topics include seven inning games versus shortened seasons, prospects and whether to slow your roll on buying t…
 
In Episode 276 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the latest problems with the Mets organizational culture, a good week overall on the field, one bad fifth inning in Denver, and the state of the rest of the NL East. In the third half of the show we discuss fastball grading again, and then answer your questions on the Mets bu…
 
In Episode 127, Emma and Craig chat about Brickyard Kennedy and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. The Mets have once again shown an inability to deal with sexual harassment within the organization. 2. No-dón: Carlos Rodón throws the second no-hitter in a week. 3. Meet me 61 feet, six inches away: The Atlantic League is going to continue …
 
Greg and Josh discuss the wave of injuries/illness afflicting the Blue Jays and the test to their depth, the strong performances from Vlad Guerrero Jr and Bo Bichette, the struggling rest of the offence, the surprisingly effective rotation, Tanner Roark's role on the roster and how the bullpen will cover the remaining innings. They also answer list…
 
Look, we're going to level with you this week. Our options were this, or just reading all the injuries that seem to keep happening. So we made our call. Mike, Jon, and Samuel each bring a topic to the show and they kick it around. Today's topics include seven inning games versus shortened seasons, prospects and whether to slow your roll on buying t…
 
Luke Epplin, author of OUR TEAM: The Epic Story of Four Men and the World Series that Changed Baseball, talks about three key players and one owner who made the 1948 Cleveland team the unique creation it was. Plus tales: No-hitters don’t influence the future and a Casey Stengel rule is applied to Domingo German. TABLE OF CONTENTS Joe Musgrove, No-H…
 
In Episode 126, Bradford and Craig discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Musgrove Love: Joe Musgrove throws the first no-hitter in Padres history. No one could have seen this coming, certainly no co-host of this show. 2. Around the Horn: Dexter Fowler is hurt, Akil Baddoo is still mashing, and Kyle Higashioka and Shohei Ohtani are hitting tanks. …
 
Mark and J.P. reflect on the first week of major-league games and the significant injuries that we’ve already seen. They also discuss Mark’s galaxy-brain acquisition in TINO and when we should see Michael Kopech in the rotation. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Mu…
 
Mark and J.P. reflect on the first week of major-league games and the significant injuries that we’ve already seen. They also discuss Mark’s galaxy-brain acquisition in TINO and when we should see Michael Kopech in the rotation. Email: tinopodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @tinopodcast / @hoodieandtie / @GhostRunneron2B Patreon: patreon.com/TINOPodcast Mu…
 
In Episode 275 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have new Mets baseball to talk about. Only one problem: It's a lot like old Mets baseball. It's the same old podcast for sure as we talk about Jazz Chisholm Jr. for ten minutes in there as well. Then in the third half of the show we answer your correspondence and (Jarrett) briefly re…
 
In Episode 275 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have new Mets baseball to talk about. Only one problem: It's a lot like old Mets baseball. It's the same old podcast for sure as we talk about Jazz Chisholm Jr. for ten minutes in there as well. Then in the third half of the show we answer your correspondence and (Jarrett) briefly re…
 
It's a baseball podcast! With the season a week or so old Mike, Jon, and Samuel talk through what feels like(but maybe isn't) a large amount of injuries to open the 2021 season. The lads talk you through how to handle that from a FAAB and season strategy, and also somehow end up discussing sponsored funerals before finishing up with closers. It's a…
 
In Episode 125, Bradford and Craig chat more about the All-Star game and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Because We're a Mets Podcast: The Mets had a walkout win Thursday, you might have heard about it. 2. Sticky Icky: MLB has started investigating doctored balls, and the guy selling the "Legalize Pine Tar" shirts has somehow come unde…
 
Greg and Josh break down the interesting stories from the first week of play. They discuss the strong starts of Ryu and Matz and what they used to get there, the issues that caused struggles for Roark and Stripling, the strong performance of Julian Merryweather and the rest of the bullpen, Vlad, Semien and Grichuk's strong early season hitting and …
 
It's a baseball podcast! With the season a week or so old Mike, Jon, and Samuel talk through what feels like(but maybe isn't) a large amount of injuries to open the 2021 season. The lads talk you through how to handle that from a FAAB and season strategy, and also somehow end up discussing sponsored funerals before finishing up with closers. It's a…
 
Andrew Maraniss, author of Singled Out: The True Story of Glenn Burke, discusses the abuse heaped on the majors’ first openly gay player. Plus tales of a Pacific Coast League trainer who was singled out in a different way, plus two murders and Major League Baseball’s moving the All-Star Game out of Georgia. TABLE OF CONTENTS Fate Hunts a Trainer*ML…
 
In Episode 124, Jeffrey and Craig chat about the quad box and then discuss five mostly baseball topics. 1. Not Going to Georgia: MLB has moved the All-Star Game from Atlanta (well, Cobb County) to Denver. 2. Oh no, Fernando: Fernando Tatis jr. dislocated his shoulder on a swing. That's bad. 3. Trade Deadline Creep: A couple of bench infielders are …
 
It's Opening Day, like we are sort of used to! Mike, Jon, and Samuel come to you a day early to give you their thoughts on what is going to happen during the 2021 MLB season. They break down every division and the major awards, with some surprises from each in the mix. They finish out with a questionnaire created by Samuel that probes deeper into t…
 
In Episode 274 of For All You Kids Out There, the Mets season is delayed so we chat about the baseball we have been watching instead. We also answer your questions on the Lindor deal, a Lindor plaque, pitching evaluation, and the best Mets defenders.By Bret Sayre
 
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