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From 2009-2012, Baseball Digest LIVE covered the past, present and future of the Great American Pastime. Host Mark Healey interviewed many of the game's best experts, analysts and personalities.

Latest Episodes

Fantasy Special - Miggy, Who's On First and the New Guys

Mark Healey and George Kurtz will discuss the fantasy implications of Miguel Cabrera moving to third base, try to determine just who are the NL's top first basemen and finalkly, try to figure out just how much Hiroki Kuroda and Michael Pineda's fantasy numbers will be affected by their new home.

15 MIN2012 JAN 27
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Fantasy Special - Miggy, Who's On First and the New Guys

Wilpon's Folly and Famous Last Words

Baseball Digest LIVE is back! This week, Howard Megdal, the author of "Wilpon's Folly" joins the show to discuss his book, the New York Mets ownership situation and the 2012 season.

30 MIN2012 JAN 9
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Wilpon's Folly and Famous Last Words

The 2011 Baseball Digest LIVE Season Preview

The staff of BaseballDigest.com; Assignment Editor Bill Ivie and Senior Writers Drew Sarver and Shai Kushner break down the upcoming 2011 MLB season

119 MIN2011 MAR 30
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The 2011 Baseball Digest LIVE Season Preview

Baseball In The Garden Of Eden with Robin Ventura

Great lineup this week, as author, and official Major League Baseball historian, John Thorn stops by to chat about his newest book "Baseball in the Garden of Eden." during the SABR Seventh Inning Stretch. Also on the program, former White Sox, In addition to authoring several books, Thorn has also worked with Ken Burns on his "Baseball" documentary, while also discovering the documentation that traced the origins of baseball to Pittsfield, Mass. Thorn was also recently named by Bud Selig as MLB's official historian. And, in his first act in his new role, Thorn will be the chairman of the Baseball Origins Committee. The committee is made up of 12 experts and historians that will seek to determine the facts of baseball's beginnings and its evolution. Following the study, they will seek to tell the full story of the game as well as its development in local communities. Robin Ventura, whose NCAA hit streak (58 games) was just challenged – but ultimately stood the test of time. Robin – called by Bill James as statistically the best third baseman of the ‘90s – can comment on how hard it is at any level to keep that consistency at the plate; the trend of more college players on MLB team rosters; as well as discuss his old team, the White Sox, and the addition of Adam Dunn, a hitter in his own mold. FYI: Robin is touring on behalf of the Capital One Cup, which honors the country’s top mens – and womens – collegiate programs across 13 different sports, honoring the winning schools with $200,000, money earmarked for athletes looking to go on to graduate school. A standout at OSU, Robin – as you know – is considered among the best college players of all time. Also, BaseballDigest.com Fantasy Writer Jesse Paguaga breaks down the Top 5 Fantasy SS sleepers to look out for.

117 MIN2011 MAR 16
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Baseball In The Garden Of Eden with Robin Ventura

Streaks, Tout Wars and Tradeable / Untradeable

"56" author Kostya Kennedy (Senior Writer, SI.com) joins the show to talk about his incredible new book, chronicling the record 56-game hitting streak of HOF Joe DiMaggio. Also on the program, appearing on the SABR Seventh Inning Stretch, F.X. Finn will talk about Tout Wars, the annual event that brings Fantasy Baseball players from all over the country to NYC. New York Post senior sports columnist and author Mike Vaccaro (The First Fall Classic, 1941: The Greatest Year In Sports, Emperors and Idiots) joins the show to discuss the ownership situation of the New York Mets, and how it will affect the ability of the Wilpons or MLB to run the team all season.

119 MIN2011 MAR 10
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Streaks, Tout Wars and Tradeable / Untradeable
the END

Latest Episodes

Fantasy Special - Miggy, Who's On First and the New Guys

Mark Healey and George Kurtz will discuss the fantasy implications of Miguel Cabrera moving to third base, try to determine just who are the NL's top first basemen and finalkly, try to figure out just how much Hiroki Kuroda and Michael Pineda's fantasy numbers will be affected by their new home.

15 MIN2012 JAN 27
Comments
Fantasy Special - Miggy, Who's On First and the New Guys

Wilpon's Folly and Famous Last Words

Baseball Digest LIVE is back! This week, Howard Megdal, the author of "Wilpon's Folly" joins the show to discuss his book, the New York Mets ownership situation and the 2012 season.

30 MIN2012 JAN 9
Comments
Wilpon's Folly and Famous Last Words

The 2011 Baseball Digest LIVE Season Preview

The staff of BaseballDigest.com; Assignment Editor Bill Ivie and Senior Writers Drew Sarver and Shai Kushner break down the upcoming 2011 MLB season

119 MIN2011 MAR 30
Comments
The 2011 Baseball Digest LIVE Season Preview

Baseball In The Garden Of Eden with Robin Ventura

Great lineup this week, as author, and official Major League Baseball historian, John Thorn stops by to chat about his newest book "Baseball in the Garden of Eden." during the SABR Seventh Inning Stretch. Also on the program, former White Sox, In addition to authoring several books, Thorn has also worked with Ken Burns on his "Baseball" documentary, while also discovering the documentation that traced the origins of baseball to Pittsfield, Mass. Thorn was also recently named by Bud Selig as MLB's official historian. And, in his first act in his new role, Thorn will be the chairman of the Baseball Origins Committee. The committee is made up of 12 experts and historians that will seek to determine the facts of baseball's beginnings and its evolution. Following the study, they will seek to tell the full story of the game as well as its development in local communities. Robin Ventura, whose NCAA hit streak (58 games) was just challenged – but ultimately stood the test of time. Robin – called by Bill James as statistically the best third baseman of the ‘90s – can comment on how hard it is at any level to keep that consistency at the plate; the trend of more college players on MLB team rosters; as well as discuss his old team, the White Sox, and the addition of Adam Dunn, a hitter in his own mold. FYI: Robin is touring on behalf of the Capital One Cup, which honors the country’s top mens – and womens – collegiate programs across 13 different sports, honoring the winning schools with $200,000, money earmarked for athletes looking to go on to graduate school. A standout at OSU, Robin – as you know – is considered among the best college players of all time. Also, BaseballDigest.com Fantasy Writer Jesse Paguaga breaks down the Top 5 Fantasy SS sleepers to look out for.

117 MIN2011 MAR 16
Comments
Baseball In The Garden Of Eden with Robin Ventura

Streaks, Tout Wars and Tradeable / Untradeable

"56" author Kostya Kennedy (Senior Writer, SI.com) joins the show to talk about his incredible new book, chronicling the record 56-game hitting streak of HOF Joe DiMaggio. Also on the program, appearing on the SABR Seventh Inning Stretch, F.X. Finn will talk about Tout Wars, the annual event that brings Fantasy Baseball players from all over the country to NYC. New York Post senior sports columnist and author Mike Vaccaro (The First Fall Classic, 1941: The Greatest Year In Sports, Emperors and Idiots) joins the show to discuss the ownership situation of the New York Mets, and how it will affect the ability of the Wilpons or MLB to run the team all season.

119 MIN2011 MAR 10
Comments
Streaks, Tout Wars and Tradeable / Untradeable
the END
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