Kenny Ducey gives a passionate disscussion about the Mets recent struggles and the key to the Yankees' recent hot streak. He also goes around the league to give you the latest on some of baseball's hottest young players.
Kenny Ducey and Jake Kring-Schreifels take you around the league, chronicling the success of the A's, Rays, and Pirates, and the major struggles of the popular World Series favorite, Washington. They also give their take on the bizarre turnaround of the Mets, and the Yankees' continuing slump.
Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia prepare you for a great 2013 MLB Season, going division-by-division with predictions as well as player and team spotlights. They also predict the MVP, Cy Young, and Rookie of the Year winners, and as always, go in-depth on the Yankees and Mets.
In a jam-packed On Deck, Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia review the World Baseball Classic Rosters, get you up-to-date on the Yankees and Mets ongoing arbitration cases, and see what's happening around the league.
Kenny and Kris recap a thrilling last day of the Regular Season, plus make their NL Playoff Predictions, talk about Miguel Cabrera, and discuss RA Dickey's season.
Kenny and Kris recap the Yankees-Red Sox series, preview the upcoming road trip, and debate whether or not the Nationals should enforce an innings limit on Stephen Strasburg.
Jake Kring-Schreifels and Alex Smith were joined by Mariners play-by-play man Dave Sims and Nationals play-by-play man and WFUV alum Charlie Slowes. With Sims, they discussed King Felix's perfect game this week and calling 3 no-hitters this season alone. With Slowes, they discussed Stephen Strasburg being shut down despite their strong position in the standings.
The Washington Nationals have looked a lot more like the Washington Generals for the last 79 years. Going back to 1933 as the Washington Senators, there have been no pennants, no World Series Titles. They haven’t had a winning season since moving from Montreal in 2005 and Washington hasn’t seen a winning baseball season since 1969.
ESPN's Tim Kurjan joined One on One to discuss the new Wild Card system, which teams have a good shot at the playoffs, and which teams don't. He also gives his take on R.A. Dickey's future with the Mets.