January 18 — Matt Gibbons and Eli Jennings take a look at the recent trades of Andrew McCutchen & Gerrit Cole and determine what the outlooks should be this upcoming season for the Astros, Giants and Pirates in addition to ranking the top pitching staffs for the 2018 season and make predictions for the remaining free agent market.
December 22 — New hosts Matt Gibbons and Eli Jennings introduce themselves by discussing the implications of Giancarlo Stanton's to the Yankees, Shohei Otani in the MLB, baseball's future in south Florida, the challenges of being a middle teir teaml, upcoming free agent deal predictions for pitchers and hitters around the league and much more. New episodes will be coming weekly in 2018, thanks for listening!
December 22 — New Hosts Matt Gibbons and Eli Jennings introduce themselves and breakdown the offseason to this point discussing the implications of Giancarlo Stanton to the Yankees, Shohei Ohtani in the MLB, baseball's future in south Florida, predictions for the landing places of the remaining group of free agent hitters and pitchers & much more. We'll be coming to you on a weekly basis in 2018, thanks for listening!
November 16 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich wrap up their time with the podcast, discussing J.D. Martinez's contract demands, the Atlanta Braves' penalities for violations of international signing rules, Giancarlo Stanton's chances at getting traded and the likelihood of Shoei Ohtani coming to the MLB by next season.
November 9 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich discuss the legacy of Roy Halladay, biggest surprises of the MLB award finalists, the top storylines of the 2017 season and which first-year players on the Hall of Fame ballot have the best chance of making it in this year
November 2 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich react to a crazy World Series and give their thoughts on the biggest impending free agents, teams that have a lot of work to do over the winter and what rule changes the MLB must make this offseason.
October 19 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich discuss the resurgence of Masahiro Tanaka, disappearance of the Houston Astros' offense, Justin Turner transforming into the new Mr. October and the Chicago Cubs' odds at coming back from a 3-0 deficit.
September 21 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich discuss whether Terry Francona is the best manager in baseball, the emergence of Matt Olson for the Oakland A's, whether Nolan Arenado or Charlie Blackmon stands out as the MVP of the Colorado Rockies and what J.D. Martinez should expect out of the free agent market this offseason.
September 14 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich break whether regular season accomplishments hold value, who the best players that have never made an All-Star Team are, Shohei Ohtani's chances of coming to the MLB and which team not currently holding a playoff spot has the best chance at making it to the postseason.
September 7 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich discuss the sign-stealing scandal involving the Red Sox and Yankees, Justin Verlander's effect on the Astros, the Indians' 14-game winning streak and Matt Harvey's drastic decline.
August 31 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich discuss whether or not Albert Pujols is the worst player in baseball, the Red Sox and their inability to hit home runs, whether the Cubs' rotation is a strength or a weakness and who stands out in the AL Cy Young race.
August 24 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich are joined by Connor McCarthy to discuss Justin Verlander's trade value, Rhys Hoskins' hot start to his career, which NL Wild Card contender would hold the edge in a one-game playoff and whether the AL's widespread parity or the NL's tankers is a bigger problem for the MLB.
August 2 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich are joined by Michael Rochlis to discuss the Sonny Gray and Yu Darvish trades, who had the biggest whiff at the deadline and how all the deals are going to impact the NL Central race.
July 20 — Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich discuss the Washington Nationals' bullpen trade targets and which prospects they should be willing to let go, the trade between the New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox that saw Todd Frazier and David Robertson head to the Bronx, Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos' decision to allow his front office to go into seller mode and Yoan Moncada's potential with his White Sox career about to begin.
Host Kevin Haswell is joined by special guest Justin Copeland and Michael Rochlis to discuss the changes to the All-Star Game, what to look forward to in the second half, the Chicago Cubs struggles and the best shortstop in baseball.
Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich are joined by guest Sammy Criscitello to discuss the Rays' and Blue Jays' chances of making the playoffs, which players currently leading their respective position in All-Star voting is the least deserving and Andrew McCutchen's impressive turnaround.
Hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich are joined by guest Bennett Conlin to discuss Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger's power surges, the Pablo Sandoval disaster in Boston, the Detroit Tigers' options at the trade deadline and Giancarlo Stanton's trade stock should a new owner decide to move him.
In this week's episode of Visitor's Bullpen, hosts Kevin Haswell and Matt Weyrich discuss whether or not the Minnesota Twins made the right move passing on Hunter Greene, which outfield stands out as the best in baseball and whether tanking is good for the league.