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We recap the week in managerial hires (0:45) before guessing where some of the biggest free agents like Trevor Bauer, George Springer, Corey Kluber, and more will land this offseason (18:00). Finally, we review Michael Baumann’s preseason prop bets and how everyone did with their predictions (45:30).

Hosts: Michael Baumann, Ben Lindbergh, Zach Kram

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Oct 31, 2020

Introducing ‘The Ringer MLB Show’

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Michael Baumann, Ben Lindbergh, and Zach Kram break down MLB’s on-field action, roster moves, and quirks every week, with occasional appearances from a rotating cast of Ringer staffers and plugged-in media members around the league.

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We discuss everything—the Dodgers’ clutch hitting and bullpen, the Blake Snell decision, and of course Justin Turner’s positive COVID test—from the Dodgers’ World Series–clinching victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. Plus: Dynasty talk has become popular in baseball. Is the Dodgers’ dynasty validated, and is there an end in sight?

Hosts: Michael Baumann, Ben Lindbergh, Zach Kram

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The Rays evened the World Series in Game 4 after a bizarre set of mistakes by the Dodgers allowed Randy Arozarena to score the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning. But the Dodgers bounced back Sunday night on the back of a strong Clayton Kershaw start and some clutch relief pitching to take a 3-2 series lead. Will they close it out in Game 6, or are we going to see a World Series Game 7 for the second straight year? 

Hosts: Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman

This episode originally ran on the ‘Baseball BBQ’ feed. Follow ‘Baseball BBQ’ on Spotify.

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Oct 26, 2020

Instant Reactions to World Series Game 5 | R2C2

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Clayton Kershaw continued to rewrite the narrative that he struggles in the postseason, as the Dodgers took a 3-2 lead over the Rays in the World Series. Can the Rays once again even the series on the back of a strong Blake Snell start? Or will the Dodgers close it out in six games? Plus: We react to the end of Game 4 from Saturday night, one of the most ridiculous finishes to any baseball game ever, let alone a World Series game.

Hosts: CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco

This episode originally ran on the ‘R2C2 with CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco’ feed. Follow ‘R2C2’ on Spotify.

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We react to a choppy Game 2 that featured seven Dodgers pitchers, a strong but short outing from Blake Snell, and a semi-revival of the Rays’ bats. Then, we preview games 3 and 4 before sharing our Fave Five things of the series thus far.

Hosts: Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman

This episode originally ran on the ‘Baseball BBQ’ feed. Follow ‘Baseball BBQ’ on Spotify.

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We start this week with a Slingin’ Heat featuring Mookie Betts, NFL betting lines, and the upcoming league collective bargaining negotiations (1:50). Then, we’re joined by three-time World Series champion Dave Stewart to talk about his illustrious playoff career, the toughest batters he ever faced, pitching wisdom he learned from Bob Gibson and Sandy Koufax, how the game has become less about entertainment, and more (13:03).

Hosts: CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco
Guest: Dave Stewart

This episode originally ran on the ‘R2C2 With CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco’ feed. Follow R2C2 on Spotify for more.

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We recap a lopsided Game 1 of the World Series that featured a dominant Clayton Kershaw start combined with all five tools of Mookie Betts prominently displayed. Then, we wonder whether the Rays’ pitching staff can keep the Dodgers under five runs per game for the rest of the series, and if not, whether the Rays lineup has any hope of winning the series for them. Finally, we briefly discuss commissioner Rob Manfred’s quotes about wanting to keep the expanded 16-team postseason moving forward.

Hosts: Michael Baumann, Ben Lindbergh, Zach Kram

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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.