Matt Cain’s Death by Pitch Count

This week on the podcast, Thomas and I talked about the curious case of Matt Cain’s 2016 season. My theory was that after not pitching much for the last year and a half, and missing time in Spring Training with his cyst issue, he entered the season without the stamina that a starting pitcher would need. That’s why it seems like he’s perfectly fine for the first four innings, before he falls off a cliff.  Continue reading “Matt Cain’s Death by Pitch Count”

Episode 132: Holy Mackerel

Episode 132: Holy Mackerel

In the hundred-and-thirty-second episode, Thomas and Danny talk about Johnny Cueto’s gem, Santiago Casilla’s 100th save, and the upcoming pitching matchups with the Mets.

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Episode 131: Complain-a-Pod

Episode 131: Complain-a-Pod

In the hundred-and-thirty-first episode, Thomas and Danny complain about six losses in seven games, Casilla and Tomlinson’s poor performances, and the rare Holy Mackerel Home Series.

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