Smoltz’s Hall of Fame speech illuminated a growing problem at the youth level of the sport.
MLB COO Tony Petitti joined Felger & Mazz on Tuesday to discuss how the league decided to make changes to the Home Runy Derby, and what changes they’re trying in the minor leagues to improve pace of play in baseball.
It should come as no surprise, but Pedro Martinez will be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in a Boston Red Sox hat.
Pedro Martinez is officially heading to the Hall.
Baseball’s 2015 Hall of Fame ballot may be one of the greatest when it comes to starting pitchers.
It’s been nearly a decade since the New England Patriots last hoisted a Vince Lombardi trophy, so given their lack of hardware Dan Shaughnessy made the argument that these Patriots are the Atlanta Braves of the 1990s.
Former pitcher and current analyst for the MLB Network, John Smoltz joined Tony Massarotti on the Baseball Reporters to talk some Boston Red Sox and being able to bounce back from injuries.
Former Red Sox pitcher and current MLB Network announcer John Smoltz spoke with Toucher & Rich about pitching coaches, slumps and John Lackey on the mound.
Hour 1: Wallach is a bad Jew. Fred’s son can recite Jewish scripture, but can’t speak English. Red Sox win…whoopie. Male Bag- Rich Cronin, NFL, Brett Favre complains about his eyes, John Lovitz, Wes Welker […]
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, the final episode of Hard Knocks, John Smoltz has a master plan to save baseball and Tom Green was in studio.