In this episode Paul and Leslie discover vocabulary differences, recap the WBC so far and look forward, discuss when Spring Training happenings start to matter, talk about minor league labor issues, discuss life in the Dominican Republican for players of Haitian descent, and Paul slays a quiz.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover how much they love the WBC, argue for a different tournament start time, cajole the USA into sending their best players, and talk about the Nats catcher situation, Joe Ross and his woes, and other Spring Training issues.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover Mike Rizzo shops in the bargain bin, discuss the Nats' pitching staff, potential closer, and catcher log jam, find out Leslie likes Manfred's new initiative, and hear Paul go off on the NCAA as they attack his alma mater.
In this episode, Paul and Leslie discover how to feel sick before the season even begins, discuss the Nats new outfield lineup, dive into a suddenly new bench arrangement, and Paul briefly lets Leslie off her political leash. Plus--quiz and a contest!
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover baseball has another big loss, delve into the Nats roster holes, find out they may have fixed their bench, dive deep into their infield construction, and talk about a new alternative to Tommy John surgery.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the price of not being the bridesmaid, delve deep into the Adam Eaton trade, say goodbye to Danny Espinosa, and mourn the loss of another Nats target when Jansen goes back to LA.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they do remember how to record a podcast, wrap up the World Series, discuss a few award winners, and begin to unpack the Nats off-season.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discuss the World Series....while watching it! Picks are made, match ups discussed, and details looked in to in....detail.
In this episode Paul discovers Leslie can't stand up to the end of the season, he reviews the Nats repeated postseason failure, and chugs champagne while the world burns around him. Or the NLDs ends. Whatever. We promised you a postgame show.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover how disturbingly aligned their playoff outlook is, highlight players to watch in each series, and perform a detailed breakdown of the Nationals and Dodgers with positional comparisons. Paul also says really mean things about the Rockies.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they don't have the words to talk about Jose Fernandez, the Nats clinch the NL East with injury woes and brawls, the Dodgers Clinch the NL West, and Leslie gives Tim Tebow way more than a piece of her mind. Also, libraries and scoreboards.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Padres have been bad monkeys, Nats playoff outlook is discussed with roster ideas, Paul takes Dave Roberts to task, and Leslie doesn't like your nickname for Trea Turner--not even a little bit.
In this episode, Paul discovers Leslie does not respect his manhood, Tebow tries to play ball, Moncada comes up, Turner's BABIP miracle is revealed, the NL East is discussed, Mets injury woes, and the Nats rotation all are looked at in depth.
In this episode Paul and Leslie reveal their long awaited sideline reporter secret weapon, talk about Strasburg's injury and what it means for the starting staff, discuss Papelbon's exit and where the bullpen stands, review the comeback trails of Harper and Zimmerman, look into a clubhouse dispute in Oakland, and try to figure out what the hell in going on in Ryan Locate's head. They fail.
In this episode Paul discovers Leslie's rant hand is still strong, talks A-Rod's exit, Prince's not so good night, Ichiro's 3000th, Nats roster troubles, Puig, Tebow, and even the Olympics. This is a big one kids.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the methods of a Trade Assassin, delve into Mark Melancon, talk Chapman, Harper's disaster, Turner's blooming, and a baseball movie.
In this episode Paul has on guest Eno Sarris of Fangraphs/Beergraphs to discuss their new book "A Baseball Lover's Guide to Craft Beer" as well as the state of beer in baseball, the Future's Game, pitch grips and types, and various other beer, pitching, or baseball things.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they don't know how to prepare for vacation, preview the second half of the season for each division, pick MVP and Cy Young winners, and Paul learns of a surprise future guest.
In this episode Mike Duncan returns to the show to talk everything All-Star Game! We also discuss some Revolutions and get updates on his forthcoming projects like The Storm Before the Storm. Another can't miss episode with Mike!
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover that Lucas Giolito is about to make his somewhat surprising debut, Trea Turner has found a new position, Strasburg is on the DL, the Mets staff is ailing, ask how you decide when your season is done, and appreciate a brand new ballpark.
In this episode Paul discovers Leslie has a new surprise headline segment, Ichiro and his place in history are discussed, fights in sports are examined, Leslie goes off on Little League parents, and the duo pen an ode to Father's Day baseball.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the size and scope of Lucas Giolito, rage against the machine that holds down Trea Turner, try to unlock what's bothering the Nats closer, discuss the proposed strike zone changes, MLB moves, and figure out how much a team's soul costs.
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover how the Nats are staying in first place, which players are trending in the right (or wrong) direction, try to figure out what's going on with Matt Harvey, break down some Bartolo, try to keep Paul from burning the NCAA down, and the return of the quiz--softball style!
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover what happens when Bryce never swings but gets tossed, Scherzer makes amazingly rare history, Strasburg gets locked up for 7 years out of the blue, and Leslie breaks one off in helicopter parents' asses.
In this episode Paul and Leslie cover booing etiquette, Harvey's various woes, Panda's paunch, the Nat's season so far, and then go waaaaaaaaaaaaay off the deep end on a listener question. Way off.