ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney leads the baseball discussion alongside other top analysts.
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Buster is joined by Boog Sciambi to discuss the impact of Jacob deGrom's injury, Aaron Judge on the IL list, the arc of Marcus Semien’s career, and the chances of Luis Arraez hitting .400. Then, Reds GM Nick Krall hops on to share his evaluation of E... more
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss Alek Manoah’s performance this year, Aaron Judge's incredible catch, and if the Ray’s Shane McClanahan is the best pitcher in baseball. Next, co-head Community Engagement & Foundation at the Mets Julianna Sabra ho... more
In honor of Lou Gehrig Day, Sarah Langs joins to share her journey with ALS and what it means being honored at Citi Field. Next, we share the Outside the Lines feature about Sarah Langs with the voices of her parents Charlie and Liise-Anne, Bruce Boc... more
Moe Berg Athlete, Scholar, Spy by Kaufman, Fitzgerald and Sewell. more
Too much gambling, too many adds
Too many guests that offer nothing and way to many appearances and conversations that dumb down the baseball talk. The uniform quizzes, Sarah Lang’s #s games etc., all terrible. I think everyone on the staff needs to read Keith law’s “smart baseball”. Maybe then buster won’t pick the Mariners to make the playoffs......again lol. The baseball talk had gotten so bad and it’s no wonder when you look at the guests.... none of them actually Played baseball......... Karl ravech, Sarah Lang’s, Mendoza,... more
This show, like most at ESPN, has really fallen off for various reasons. Some of the guests are great (Tim, Hembo, Passan) but beyond that it is hard to listen to. more
And the enthusiasm and genuine love of baseballexuding from every pore of Buster has fully brought me back into the game; even as a Pirates fan. I went from completely removing myself from the game at the time of the most recent pirates rebuild (it hurt too much..it broke me) to bring a daily follower of MLB watching not just the pirates but multiple teams. These are good people. Listen . Also Buster please talk more about KeBryan Hayes :)
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Baseball Tonight launched 17 years ago and published 208 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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