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MLB Trade Rumors
MLB Trade Rumors Podcast
With an eye always focused on the hot stove, the MLBTR podcast gives analysis of transactions, roster moves and, of course, rumors from around the league. Host Darragh McDonald is joined each week by a fellow MLBTR writer to break it all down.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 21 ratings
Why no NYY coverage?
I find it incredible that a team as active and important as the Yankees gets no coverage on this show. There was recently a huge trade that brought Soto to the team yet the coverage was absolutely minimal. No discussion on Yamamoto or any of the other acquisitions the Yankees are considering....Read full review »
TG1956 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/20/23
Great show
A show you should absolutely add to your weekly listen list.
Lodiarmy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/22/23
FINALLY
I’ve been reading Tim and the team at MLBTR for years and they are the absolute best in the Biz. The one thing I always wished we had more of was expert discussion of the many trades, signings, extensions, etc. NOW WE DO! God bless baseball, God bless MLBTR, and God bless the Chicago Cubs.
not blind via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/21/23
Recent Episodes
Anthony Franco joins Darragh McDonald to discuss the Giants signing Jorge Soler, how he will fit onto their crowded roster, and whether it affects their chances of signing one of the top remaining free agents. Also, the Brewers signing Gary Sanchez, the Pirates signing Yasmani Grandal, and if the...
Published 02/14/24
Published 02/07/24
Steve Adams joins Darragh McDonald to discuss the Angelos family selling the Orioles and how it could affect the franchise moving forward, how the Corbin Burnes trade  impacts both the Orioles and Brewers, and the details of the Bobby Witt Jr. extension.
Published 02/07/24
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