Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of Sunday Baseball Round Up! As you drink your morning coffee and prepare for a Sunday of baseball watching, we have compiled all of the must-watch games right here for your convenience! 1. Toronto Blue Jays vs. New York Yankees – Yankee Stadium, Bronx NY- 1:05 p.m.
Ben and Justin are joined by a friend of the show, Caitlin, to discuss the iconic episode of The Simpsons called Homer at the Bat!
In this Fastball Edition of The Outfielder Podcast, Justin talks to Jimmy Midtown about the beginning of the Mets season, what has caused them to be 12-2 to start the year and the mystery of Jose Lobaton being on the Mets’ roster.
Welcome to the Sunday Baseball Round Up! Since you will be looking for every excuse in existence to watch baseball, we bring you the most important games of the day to make sure that you don’t miss out on any of the action. 1. Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles – Fenway Park, Boston MA
Holy crap! I’m not sure that anybody was ready for the above headline! As of the writing of this blog, the Mets and the Angels both have 10 wins, the first two teams to double digit wins in their respective leagues. Hell, they were the first two teams to double digit wins in Major League
Ben and Justin discuss what is going on around the league. Justin rants and raves about his Red Sox, while Ben refers to Big Sexy as a “novelty”. Tune in to hear Ben and Justin answer rapid fire questions and answer DM questions from The Outfielders (aka the listeners)!
At the beginning of the 2018 season, there were several teams that could lose a starting pitcher such as Yu Darvish and barely miss a step. The Dodgers happened to be one of those teams. To be fair, while the Darvish trade was important for the 2017 Dodgers, it produced varying results that ultimately
Let me be clear: the Yankees will get going. I can’t be any more clear than that. They will figure things out. I am also extremely aware that we are 9 games in to a 162 game season. But for now, I will absolutely take comfort in knowing that Yankees fans watched Giancarlo Stanton go