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The Ringer MLB Show
A rotating cast of Ringer staff members break down baseball's biggest and silliest stories, mixing in interviews with plugged-in media members and insiders from the front office to the dugout.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.2 stars from 880 ratings
Good show
Please do Mookie Betts’s contract
cow2925 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/20
Is this a baseball podcast?
To refer to another sport every once in a while is fine, especially when it adds to a conversation they're having, but to do so this often a little problematic for me. I mean, I know very little to nothing about hockey, and I shouldn't have to because I wanted to listen to something...Read full review »
tmonkeypunch via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/22/20
Jemele hill
Is the quickest way to get one star unsubscribe to your whole network. Those good old Michigan state days where entitled male athletes could assault women and female gymnasts were tranquilized by special doctors. Even the school president was in on it but jemele hill knows better and defends...Read full review »
BaLLeR11311 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/16/20
Recent Episodes
We scan over the last week in COVID-related baseball news, including the latest on outbreaks in St. Louis and Miami, Yoenis Céspedes opting out, and more (1:23). Then, we curate some of the best things you can spend this shortened season watching—from Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, to...
Published 08/05/20
Now a couple of days removed from news of a COVID-19 outbreak on the Miami Marlins, we break down what this means for the other 29 teams in baseball, whether the season has a hope of rebounding and finishing, and how MLB can put a better foot forward with its coronavirus protocols (1:19). Then,...
Published 07/29/20
The MLB season is just one day away. We preview the strange 60-game season by choosing the players we think are most likely to reach statistical milestones unseen in this millennium: hitting .400 for a full season or posting an ERA less than Bob Gibson’s 1.12 mark from 1968 (30:57). Plus: Michael...
Published 07/22/20
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