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Effectively Wild Episode 1380: Baseball is Better, but Also Worse

Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about snow in Colorado, the Rockies and the decline of Kyle Freeland, and the new-look Lucas Giolito and the White Sox rebuild, then discuss the state of the standings and the number of teams out of contention, touching on how the bad teams got that way, the impact of […]...


Effectively Wild Episode 1379: There Are Other Leagues Than These

Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller banter about Robinson Cano hurting himself hustling, Chris Carter dominating the Mexican League, the incredible continuing career of Ruben Rivera, pop-up dekes, a possible fun fact involving Orioles homers, the return of Ryan Feierabend (and an uncommon complete game), multiple improvements for instant replay review, and the significance of Carter […]...


Effectively Wild Episode 1378: Five-Tool Podcast

Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller banter about Sean Doolittle’s delivery and Steve Pearce’s even/odd-year pattern, then discuss current record chases (involving Cody Bellinger, Christian Yelich, and the Orioles’ pitching staff), whether it’s possible to have exciting record chases based on Statcast stats, the significance of five-tool players (and scouting tools) in 2019, and more, plus […]...


Effectively Wild Episode 1377: The Prospects Are Here

Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about the bounceback of Chris Davis, which Statcast stats they would most want to have for the entirety of baseball history, which aspect of instant replay review most dramatically changes the game, and the new-look Josh Bell and Tommy La Stella, then (28:36) talk to FanGraphs prospect analyst Eric […]...


Effectively Wild Episode 1376: Root, Root, Root for the Run Differential

Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller banter about Chris Sale’s seven-inning, 17-strikeout game and the Marlins’ ineptitude, then answer listener emails about differences in home-run distance, rooting for run differential, reimagining errors (and quality starts), whether catchers would still squat after robot umpires were implemented, when relief innings will surpass starter innings, no-hitters as team accomplishments, […]...


Effectively Wild Episode 1375: The “Is This Guy Good?” Game

Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller banter about inside-the-park homers versus over-the-fence homers, the gratifying rise of home-run robberies, and the unique career of Edwin Jackson (who’s about to have played for the most-ever MLB teams and with the most-ever MLB teammates), then discuss the convergence of starting pitching and relief pitching and play a game […]...


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Rawlings S100P Batting Helmet | Size 7.625 | Purple - MS1114837 by Rawlings

Item description: This Helmets Rawlings product is by Rawlings - Four independent layers of protection make up the Advanced Impact Management System - AIMS. A composite insert provides additional durability in critical ball impact locations. Built with a multiple impact expanded polyurethane (epp) liner for added protection. Combination of Outlast and Pro-Dri material for superior comfort. Outlast Thermocules continually absorb; store and release excess body heat to balance temperature and humidity buildup. Pro-Dri material wicks moisture and fights bacteria. NOCSAE approved. - Rawlings S100P Batting Helmet | Size 7.625 | Purple... Learn More

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