On today’s show: Rob, Lang and Murph try to figure out if the races during Braves games are thrown for the Freeze, discuss Mets players booing their fans, talk about the Cardinals struggles and give their favorite five catchers of all time.
On today’s show: Rob Lang and Murph discuss the Braves lead in the NL East, the MLB game in Williamsport, Miguel Cabrera’s legacy and they give their favorite baseball movies of all time
On today’s show: Rob, Lang and Murph discuss the Cubs getting swept by the Marlins, the ‘Field of Dreams’ game, and more. Author of ‘So Many Ways to Lose: The Amazin’ True Story of the New York Mets,’ Devin Gordon, stops by to discuss the Mets season to date and more.
On today’s show: Rob, Lang and Murph discuss the Cubs rebuild, players they would start a franchise with, the Reds emergence as a playoff team, and more.
On today’s show: Rob, Lang and Murph break down the trade deadline moves for the Cubs, Cardinals and Braves. They also discuss the worst trades their favorite teams have made, take a look around the MLB and more!
On today’s show: Rob, Lang and Keith discuss the latest news around the MLB, talk about the Braves bullpen woes, keeping the Cubs core together, moves the Cardinals could make to become contenders in the NL Central, the Cleveland Guardians name change and more.
On today’s show: Rob, Lang and Murph recap the All Star Game, discuss the designated hitter coming to the NL, other potential rules changes to improve the game, Mike Zunino’s batting average, Freddie Freeman’s legacy as a Brave and his potential upcoming contract, the Brewers lead in the NL, should there be a mercy rule in baseball and more
Rob, Lang and Keith break down the Home Run Derby, discuss the ramifications of Ronald Acuña, Jr’s season ending injury, the Cub’s being sellers, West Coast baseball’s dominant performance this season and more.
On today’s show: Rob Fischer, Lang Whitaker and Keith Murphy are back for an all new edition of Infield Fly. The guys talk Cardinals, Cubs, Braves, American League News, and everything else around the world of MLB including Monday’s news that Toronto Blue Jays may finally return home.