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.
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons hosts the inaugural 'Ringer MLB Show' with JackO and Mallory Rubin on the Yankees, AL East, and where Bryce Harper should sign with next.
The Ringer's Michael Baumann and 'Big League Stew' blogger Liz Roscher on the Phillies' bad-but-fun 2016 season and promise for the future.
The Ringer's Mallory Rubin and acclaimed baseball writer Rany Jazayerli on the Chicago Cubs’ historic season and their chase to emerge as the best team in MLB history.
The Ringer's Michael Baumann checks in with Baseball Prospectus writer Nick Schaefer to discuss all things White Sox. Then, Aaron Gleeman joins to give an update on the Minnesota Twins' hopes in the AL Central.
The Ringer's Mallory Rubin and Michael Baumann on the best and worst of their fantasy draft picks and whom they would buy, sell, or trade.
With All-Star voting ending on June 30, the Ringer's Mallory Rubin and Michael Baumann bring you the players they cherish. They list their top contenders and explain why each player made the cut.
The Ringer's Mallory Rubin and Michael Baumann craft their All-Star pitching staffs by selecting five starters, two relievers, a pitching coach, and their top manager. Then, Yahoo's Andy Behrens joins to give a daily fantasy breakdown and discuss The Ringer's $5,000 baseball contest.
The Ringer’s Mallory Rubin and Michael Baumann answer questions from listeners, including: What are the top five MLB teams to watch (2:00)? Which free agents have helped or hurt their stock in the first half (21:00)? And which starting outfield has the most talent in MLB (37:00)?
The Ringer's resident New York Mets faithful let their feelings flow as they take on Matt Harvey's grim future, David Wright's feeble back, and what's next for a once-promising rotation battling the injury bug. Then, MLB.com reporter Anthony DiComo joins (23:00) to offer insight into the Mets’ best hope heading into the stretch run.
The Ringer's Michael Baumann brings on Sports Illustrated's Jay Jaffe to discuss Cooperstown pitfalls, controversies, and mistakes. Then, The Ringer's Rob Harvilla joins (25:00) to give insight into the Cleveland spirit. Fresh off a Cavs championship and with the Indians on the rise, what would it mean for the city to win a World Series?