MLB Network Radio’s GMs not expecting blockbuster deal

Major League Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline is Thursday at 4 pm ET. The most prominent deadline rumors surround left-handed aces Jon Lester of the Boston Red Sox and David Price of the Tampa Bay Rays. A week ago, most experts would have said Price … Continued


Sandy Alderson: New York Mets may be buyers at trade deadline

Entering the 2014 MLB season, the New York Mets’ $89 million payroll ranked 22nd in the big leagues, and more than $100 million less than their cross-city rivals, the New York Yankees. Despite the team’s recent frugality, though, general manager … Continued


A tale of first pitches: Gary reflects after 50 Cent misses juuuust a bit outside

Five years ago, on May 9, 2009, Gary Dell’Abate lived his “worst nightmare,” as Howard Stern put it, tossing “the most embarrassing ceremonial first pitch in baseball history” at a New York Mets game. (In case you forgot – we know you … Continued


Mad Blog Unleashed: Jays and J’s!

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons joined the Mad Dog Unleashed program this week. The Blue Jays have been white hot, recently winning nine straight, including sweeps of the Red Sox, A’s, and Rays. The Toronto skipper talked about why things … Continued


Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (5/27-5/30)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. Over the last few years, Pacers shooting guard Lance Stephenson has made a habit of playing mind games with four-time NBA MVP LeBron James. Before Game … Continued


Carlos Torres unimpressed by Yasiel Puig

Yasiel Puig‘s diving catch against the New York Mets was the talk of baseball last week, even prompting praise from the New York Mets Twitter account. (GIF via SB Nation) Puig’s acrobatics failed to charm Mets reliever Carlos Torres, though, … Continued


Mookie Wilson thinks he would’ve beat Buckner to the bag

When you hear Mookie Wilson or Bill Buckner‘s name, you typically think of one moment in baseball history: But what if Buckner had fielded that ground ball cleanly? Would the Boston Red Sox had gone on to win the game? … Continued


New York Mets 2014 spring training report from MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio‘s Spring Training Tour rolled into Port St. Lucie, Florida, on Tuesday as Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin visited with the New York Mets. [gallery type="rectangular" ids="19327,19788,19789,19785,19787,19784,19786"] New York Mets 2014 outlook The offseason got off to a slow … Continued


MLB Network Radio Spring Training Tour recaps

MLB Network Radio visited all 30 teams in March in 20 days. Click on your team’s Spring Training logo for the camp recap and check out the photo wall for pics from throughout the tour! Team Recaps AL East AL Central … Continued


Phillie Phanatic goes hard on Marlins, Braves, kisses Mike Ferrin

What happens when you ask the Phillie Phanatic for his National League East preview? Well, you get a few raspberries, a goofy “tomahawk chop,” and a little Phanatic-on-Ferrin action. Video that will make your Monday a whole lot better: Mike … Continued