Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow discuss the week’s top headlines and turn their focus to the National League East – a weak division where the Washington Nationals have MLB’s third-best record, no one else has a winning mark and the New York Mets have been drama-tinged underachievers. Also, why people shouldn’t overreact to the anti-gay slur by Blue Jays outfielder Kevin Pillar.
Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo discuss the Washington Nationals‘ loss of Adam Eaton to a torn ACL and whether the club should make a trade or stay in-house with Michael A. Taylor and Triple-A outfielder Andrew Stevenson. There’s also a big win on the docket, scoring 23 on Sunday against the New York Mets.
Greg DePalma is joined by Ross Benjamin for an in-depth look at the baseball playoffs, which begin Tuesday night with the AL wild-card game. Can the Boston Red Sox give David Ortiz one more ring as a sendoff, or perhaps San Francisco will put another wild card in the World Series. PSN managing editor Jeff Shain also reviews the Ryder Cup fireworks.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin take a look at sports headlines from the July 4 weekend, including the slumping Chicago Cubs‘ four-game sweep at the hands of the New York Mets. They also discuss rumblings from NBA free agency, and the NFL roundup stops on the Chicago Bears.
Dan Flaherty, editor of TheSportsNotebook.com, joins Greg DePalma to take their first look at Major League Baseball futures odds in 2016 as the Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets and San Francisco Giants get some early support. They’ll also take one last look at Final Four odds.
Greg DePalma and Howard Bender, managing editor of FantasyAlarm.com, delve into World Series analysis and predictions as the Kansas City Royals seek the final summit against the upstart New York Mets.
Greg DePalma and Howard Bender, managing editor at FantasyAlarm.com, break down matchups as the Championship Series get underway in the NL and AL. The Kansas City Royals seek a World Series return as they take on the Toronto Blue Jays, while the upstart Chicago Cubs can end a 70-year World Series drought by beating the New York Mets.
NL East: With the rest of the NL East in transition, the Washington Nationals may have the easiest path of anyone to a division title this year. The focus in D.C. is on the postseason.