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A podcast discussing the latest in MLB roster news and trade action.

Latest Episodes

Yoan Moncada, the Diamondbacks and a talk about the AL Wild Card

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris and Matt are back to talk baseball, and the have a special guest. To start the show, the guys talk about the promotion of Yoan Moncada by the Boston Red Sox and what this means for the Red Sox. Once again, the Diamondbacks are in the news and this time it's a weird one. The Dodgers tried to re-acquire Zack Greinke before the September 1st deadline. Arizona said, without heistation, that they weren't moving Greinke now or in the foreseeable future. Is this a smart call by the Diamondbacks front office? Does it mean a whole lot? Then, Trivia Tuesdays on Thursdays returned and the topic was Michael Jordan, off the heels of Tim Tebow's baseball workout. For their guest this week, Chris and Matt are joined by Evan Davis of Beyond the Box Score to talk about their new podcast, and the American League Wild Card race. Key timestamps: :56- Yoan Moncada promotion 6:54- D...

37 MIN2016 SEP 2
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Yoan Moncada, the Diamondbacks and a talk about the AL Wild Card

Dodgers trade, Diamondbacks front office and Gary Sanchez

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast.After a bit of a long break, Chris and Matt are back to talk baseball, and they have a trade to start their show with. The Dodgers acquired catcher Carlos Ruiz from the Phillies and got rid of their own catcher, AJ Ellis in the deal. Ellis and ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw had quite the history together, making this move a little odd. The guys break it down, and talk about the impact it could have on the team. Then they switch gears, and talked about the Arizona Diamondbacks and the swirling rumors around their front office. Both guys feel that change may be in order, but having a plan and sticking to it is best for the long-term future of the D-Backs. To close the show, Trivia Tuesdays on Thursdays returned and Matt went a perfect 5/5 and even got a bonus point. Then they talked about Gary Sanchez and the Yankees. Key timestamps: 1:05- Dodgers trade for Carlos Ruiz 9:2...

40 MIN2016 AUG 26
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Dodgers trade, Diamondbacks front office and Gary Sanchez

Baseball and beer talk with Eno Sarris

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast, and this week's episode is a special one. This time, Matt and Chris are joined by a very special guest, FanGraphs' own Eno Sarris joins the program to talk about a whole bunch of stuff. Eno talks about his new book and the world of trading beer like baseball cards, along with some of the best parks he's been to for beer. After talking about that, the guys break into some baseball talk, with Matt and Chris asking Eno some questions about a bunch of wide ranging topics. Chris obviously brings up his Mets,an article that Eno wrote after the World Series in November and how it's all gone terribly wrong. Matt asks some Giants questions, and gets his Tim Lincecum reference in for this show. It's a fun-filled episode with a lot of topics being covered, and Eno has a little surprise for the listeners at the beginning. Key timestamps: 1:18- Breaking down trading beer 3:05- Be...

40 MIN2016 AUG 9
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Baseball and beer talk with Eno Sarris

The aftermath of the trade deadline

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. It's been quite the week since Chris and Matt last brought you some baseball audio, with a lot of trades happening. Luckily for you, both guys are back this week to breakdown everything that happened, and talk about the aftermath of the frenzy that is the MLB trade deadline. They start by talking about what the Dodgers did, from trading for Josh Reddick and Rich Hill to demoting Yasiel Puig to Triple-A. Then they get into some of the bigger trades, like the Giants trading for Matt Moore. If we are talking about winners from the deadline, the Rangers would have been at the top of the list, after getting both Carlos Beltran and Jonathan Lucroy. Matt and Chris talk about that, and give credit to Yankees general manager Brian Cashman for his work at the deadline. And to close the show, not on purpose, the guys breakdown the Mets rather odd acquisition of outfielder Jay B...

45 MIN2016 AUG 3
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The aftermath of the trade deadline

Trade deadline preview edition with Chris Cotillo

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. It's Hug Watch week, and that means trades could come at any moment. Chris and Matt could have done a good job previewing the deadline on their own, but they want this episode to be filled with all the latest and greatest information. So they called in MLB Daily Dish's insider, Chris Cotillo. The second Chris joins the team to talk about everything, from the Aroldis Chapman trade to whether or not Chris Sale could get traded. The Dodgers are a topic of conversation, as they are one of the more interesting teams to watch as the trade deadline gets closer. With it being so slow at this stage, the guys try to talk about players that could get the ball rolling and what we can expect between now and Monday. As always, you can follow the show @ChrisRSchubert and the hosts @ChrisRSchubert and @TheOriginalBull. Also be sure to give Chris a follow @ChrisCotillo for all the la...

31 MIN2016 JUL 27
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Trade deadline preview edition with Chris Cotillo

Cubs make a trade, Dodgers injury woes and the Indians

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of The Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris had to delay the recording of the show on Tuesday, and it ended up being a good thing he did. A bunch of major news and rumors came out on Wednesday, all of which would have made a Tuesday show very outdated. The Cubs made their first move of the trade season, and it wasn't for Andrew Miller or Aroldis Chapman. Instead, they acquired Mike Montgomery from the Mariners as part of a 4-player deal that sent hitting prospect Dan Vogelbach back to Seattle. The guys talk about that, and the chances that the Cubs are still in play for Miller/Chapman. It was very rainy over Dodgers Stadium in terms of bad news, with Alex Wood being down for the next eight weeks after a procedure on his elbow. It got worse when news broke that ace Clayton Kershaw could need back surgery, putting the rest of his season in question. Should the Dodgers still be looking for that 'impact move...

36 MIN2016 JUL 21
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Cubs make a trade, Dodgers injury woes and the Indians

All-Star Break show and Jenrry Mejia suing MLB

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of The Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Matt and Chris are back with a special All-Star break edition of the show. They open by breaking down the All-Star Game, a game that Chris didn't watch. He explains himself and proposes a new way for the MLB to select All-Stars. Then both guys give their midseason awards out: Rookie of the Year, Cy Young and MVP for both leagues. Finally, a rather interesting story closes the show. Bannedpitcher Jenrry Mejia is planning on suing MLB and during a press conference today plans to reveal years of 'corrupt, mob-like activity' inside major league baseball. It is certainly a story that both guys are keeping their eyes on. Key timestamps: 1:26- All-Star Game talk 16:04- Midseason Awards 33:31- Jenrry Mejia suing the MLB You can follow the show @MLBDailyDish and the hosts @TheOriginalBull and @ChrisRSchubert.

43 MIN2016 JUL 13
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All-Star Break show and Jenrry Mejia suing MLB

MLB's version of Kevin Durant, trivia and the All-Stars

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris and Matt are back once again to talk about what's happening in the world of baseball. This week, othersports has inflitrated their discussion. First, the guys talk about the Kevin Durant news that is taking the basketball world by storm, and just what that might look like in the baseball world. Then Chris brings a question to the table: What if the MLB had a franchise tag like the NFL? What would that look like in a league with no real hard salary cap. The guys explore this possibility and talk about which teams might be more inclined to use it. Following the break, trivia returns and it's all about All-Star David Ortiz, who is in his final season. Chris tries to stump Matt for the first time since this segment started. Finally, they break down the All-Star Game rosters, potential snubs and who they think should be the starting pitcher for both sides. It is a j...

40 MIN2016 JUL 6
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MLB's version of Kevin Durant, trivia and the All-Stars

Clayton Kershaw, injuries and the Indians

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of The Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris and Matt are back once again, as Chris is back from a trip home to New York and they have a bunch of stuff to talk about. The main story this week is the Dodgers placing Clayton Kershaw on the 15-day disabled list. The guys talk about what the means for the Dodgers rotation, what they did to try to fix it and about pitcher injuries as a whole. Then they sidebar into a discussion about the trade market as a whole, and what could be the move the breaks the whole thing wide open. After the break, Chris tests Matt's trivia brain once again with some questions relating to Pete Rose. Then, it wouldn't be a baseball show without talking about the Cleveland Indians and their impressive 13-game winning streak, including the pitching staff that has led the way. Chris decides to test Matt's brain once again, talking about the payrolls of different teams pitching staffs.It...

43 MIN2016 JUL 1
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Clayton Kershaw, injuries and the Indians

Red Sox targeting big name starters, Jose Reyes and trivia

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris and Matt are back to talk about the latest news around the baseball world. They start with talking about the Red Sox asking about Jose Fernandez and Gerrit Cole. It breaks down into a longer conversation about the trade market for pitchers as a whole, and if the Red Sox could actually get a deal like this done. After the break, Chris tests Matt's trivia brain with some questions about a fomer Giant in Carlos Beltran and then Chris talks about the rumors about Jose Reyes' potential return to New York. At some point in the show, Matt even works in a Tim Lincecum reference. It's a fun-filled episode, so be sure to listen to the whole thing. Key timestamps: 1:13- Red Sox looking at big name starters 15:34- Trivia Tuesday’s with Matt 25:04- Mets/Jose Reyes reunion rumors You can follow the show @MLBDailyDish and the hosts @TheOriginalBull and @ChrisRSchubert.

44 MIN2016 JUN 22
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Red Sox targeting big name starters, Jose Reyes and trivia

Latest Episodes

Yoan Moncada, the Diamondbacks and a talk about the AL Wild Card

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris and Matt are back to talk baseball, and the have a special guest. To start the show, the guys talk about the promotion of Yoan Moncada by the Boston Red Sox and what this means for the Red Sox. Once again, the Diamondbacks are in the news and this time it's a weird one. The Dodgers tried to re-acquire Zack Greinke before the September 1st deadline. Arizona said, without heistation, that they weren't moving Greinke now or in the foreseeable future. Is this a smart call by the Diamondbacks front office? Does it mean a whole lot? Then, Trivia Tuesdays on Thursdays returned and the topic was Michael Jordan, off the heels of Tim Tebow's baseball workout. For their guest this week, Chris and Matt are joined by Evan Davis of Beyond the Box Score to talk about their new podcast, and the American League Wild Card race. Key timestamps: :56- Yoan Moncada promotion 6:54- D...

37 MIN2016 SEP 2
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Yoan Moncada, the Diamondbacks and a talk about the AL Wild Card

Dodgers trade, Diamondbacks front office and Gary Sanchez

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast.After a bit of a long break, Chris and Matt are back to talk baseball, and they have a trade to start their show with. The Dodgers acquired catcher Carlos Ruiz from the Phillies and got rid of their own catcher, AJ Ellis in the deal. Ellis and ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw had quite the history together, making this move a little odd. The guys break it down, and talk about the impact it could have on the team. Then they switch gears, and talked about the Arizona Diamondbacks and the swirling rumors around their front office. Both guys feel that change may be in order, but having a plan and sticking to it is best for the long-term future of the D-Backs. To close the show, Trivia Tuesdays on Thursdays returned and Matt went a perfect 5/5 and even got a bonus point. Then they talked about Gary Sanchez and the Yankees. Key timestamps: 1:05- Dodgers trade for Carlos Ruiz 9:2...

40 MIN2016 AUG 26
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Dodgers trade, Diamondbacks front office and Gary Sanchez

Baseball and beer talk with Eno Sarris

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast, and this week's episode is a special one. This time, Matt and Chris are joined by a very special guest, FanGraphs' own Eno Sarris joins the program to talk about a whole bunch of stuff. Eno talks about his new book and the world of trading beer like baseball cards, along with some of the best parks he's been to for beer. After talking about that, the guys break into some baseball talk, with Matt and Chris asking Eno some questions about a bunch of wide ranging topics. Chris obviously brings up his Mets,an article that Eno wrote after the World Series in November and how it's all gone terribly wrong. Matt asks some Giants questions, and gets his Tim Lincecum reference in for this show. It's a fun-filled episode with a lot of topics being covered, and Eno has a little surprise for the listeners at the beginning. Key timestamps: 1:18- Breaking down trading beer 3:05- Be...

40 MIN2016 AUG 9
Comments
Baseball and beer talk with Eno Sarris

The aftermath of the trade deadline

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. It's been quite the week since Chris and Matt last brought you some baseball audio, with a lot of trades happening. Luckily for you, both guys are back this week to breakdown everything that happened, and talk about the aftermath of the frenzy that is the MLB trade deadline. They start by talking about what the Dodgers did, from trading for Josh Reddick and Rich Hill to demoting Yasiel Puig to Triple-A. Then they get into some of the bigger trades, like the Giants trading for Matt Moore. If we are talking about winners from the deadline, the Rangers would have been at the top of the list, after getting both Carlos Beltran and Jonathan Lucroy. Matt and Chris talk about that, and give credit to Yankees general manager Brian Cashman for his work at the deadline. And to close the show, not on purpose, the guys breakdown the Mets rather odd acquisition of outfielder Jay B...

45 MIN2016 AUG 3
Comments
The aftermath of the trade deadline

Trade deadline preview edition with Chris Cotillo

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. It's Hug Watch week, and that means trades could come at any moment. Chris and Matt could have done a good job previewing the deadline on their own, but they want this episode to be filled with all the latest and greatest information. So they called in MLB Daily Dish's insider, Chris Cotillo. The second Chris joins the team to talk about everything, from the Aroldis Chapman trade to whether or not Chris Sale could get traded. The Dodgers are a topic of conversation, as they are one of the more interesting teams to watch as the trade deadline gets closer. With it being so slow at this stage, the guys try to talk about players that could get the ball rolling and what we can expect between now and Monday. As always, you can follow the show @ChrisRSchubert and the hosts @ChrisRSchubert and @TheOriginalBull. Also be sure to give Chris a follow @ChrisCotillo for all the la...

31 MIN2016 JUL 27
Comments
Trade deadline preview edition with Chris Cotillo

Cubs make a trade, Dodgers injury woes and the Indians

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of The Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris had to delay the recording of the show on Tuesday, and it ended up being a good thing he did. A bunch of major news and rumors came out on Wednesday, all of which would have made a Tuesday show very outdated. The Cubs made their first move of the trade season, and it wasn't for Andrew Miller or Aroldis Chapman. Instead, they acquired Mike Montgomery from the Mariners as part of a 4-player deal that sent hitting prospect Dan Vogelbach back to Seattle. The guys talk about that, and the chances that the Cubs are still in play for Miller/Chapman. It was very rainy over Dodgers Stadium in terms of bad news, with Alex Wood being down for the next eight weeks after a procedure on his elbow. It got worse when news broke that ace Clayton Kershaw could need back surgery, putting the rest of his season in question. Should the Dodgers still be looking for that 'impact move...

36 MIN2016 JUL 21
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Cubs make a trade, Dodgers injury woes and the Indians

All-Star Break show and Jenrry Mejia suing MLB

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of The Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Matt and Chris are back with a special All-Star break edition of the show. They open by breaking down the All-Star Game, a game that Chris didn't watch. He explains himself and proposes a new way for the MLB to select All-Stars. Then both guys give their midseason awards out: Rookie of the Year, Cy Young and MVP for both leagues. Finally, a rather interesting story closes the show. Bannedpitcher Jenrry Mejia is planning on suing MLB and during a press conference today plans to reveal years of 'corrupt, mob-like activity' inside major league baseball. It is certainly a story that both guys are keeping their eyes on. Key timestamps: 1:26- All-Star Game talk 16:04- Midseason Awards 33:31- Jenrry Mejia suing the MLB You can follow the show @MLBDailyDish and the hosts @TheOriginalBull and @ChrisRSchubert.

43 MIN2016 JUL 13
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All-Star Break show and Jenrry Mejia suing MLB

MLB's version of Kevin Durant, trivia and the All-Stars

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris and Matt are back once again to talk about what's happening in the world of baseball. This week, othersports has inflitrated their discussion. First, the guys talk about the Kevin Durant news that is taking the basketball world by storm, and just what that might look like in the baseball world. Then Chris brings a question to the table: What if the MLB had a franchise tag like the NFL? What would that look like in a league with no real hard salary cap. The guys explore this possibility and talk about which teams might be more inclined to use it. Following the break, trivia returns and it's all about All-Star David Ortiz, who is in his final season. Chris tries to stump Matt for the first time since this segment started. Finally, they break down the All-Star Game rosters, potential snubs and who they think should be the starting pitcher for both sides. It is a j...

40 MIN2016 JUL 6
Comments
MLB's version of Kevin Durant, trivia and the All-Stars

Clayton Kershaw, injuries and the Indians

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of The Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris and Matt are back once again, as Chris is back from a trip home to New York and they have a bunch of stuff to talk about. The main story this week is the Dodgers placing Clayton Kershaw on the 15-day disabled list. The guys talk about what the means for the Dodgers rotation, what they did to try to fix it and about pitcher injuries as a whole. Then they sidebar into a discussion about the trade market as a whole, and what could be the move the breaks the whole thing wide open. After the break, Chris tests Matt's trivia brain once again with some questions relating to Pete Rose. Then, it wouldn't be a baseball show without talking about the Cleveland Indians and their impressive 13-game winning streak, including the pitching staff that has led the way. Chris decides to test Matt's brain once again, talking about the payrolls of different teams pitching staffs.It...

43 MIN2016 JUL 1
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Clayton Kershaw, injuries and the Indians

Red Sox targeting big name starters, Jose Reyes and trivia

Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Chris and Matt are back to talk about the latest news around the baseball world. They start with talking about the Red Sox asking about Jose Fernandez and Gerrit Cole. It breaks down into a longer conversation about the trade market for pitchers as a whole, and if the Red Sox could actually get a deal like this done. After the break, Chris tests Matt's trivia brain with some questions about a fomer Giant in Carlos Beltran and then Chris talks about the rumors about Jose Reyes' potential return to New York. At some point in the show, Matt even works in a Tim Lincecum reference. It's a fun-filled episode, so be sure to listen to the whole thing. Key timestamps: 1:13- Red Sox looking at big name starters 15:34- Trivia Tuesday’s with Matt 25:04- Mets/Jose Reyes reunion rumors You can follow the show @MLBDailyDish and the hosts @TheOriginalBull and @ChrisRSchubert.

44 MIN2016 JUN 22
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Red Sox targeting big name starters, Jose Reyes and trivia
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