The producers of the E:60 special "Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story" Brian Rivera and Mike Farrell join Buster to talk about the program, including why Brandi Halladay chose to participate in the story, Halladay's fear of failure, his sense of humor, what was left on the cutting room floor they wish made it into the special, and shining a light on pitchers using painkillers (2:45). Plus, Todd Radom on PNC Park and the weekly quiz (29:35).
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf issued a new guidance Wednesday permitting the play and practice of professional sports in counties that are under the yellow and/or green phase of reopening.
Matt Vasgersian joins Buster to talk about a big week ahead for talks between players and MLB, some players hiding their financial concerns behind safety rhetoric and his five favorite home run calls (4:22). Plus, Sarah Langs on the factors that will come into play during shortened season and players who've turned in historic performances playing 82 games or less (28:43).
The Korea Baseball Organization suspended infielder Jung Ho Kang for one year on Monday for multiple drunken driving offenses.
The Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates are trimming payroll while they await word on the fate of the Major League Baseball season.
From a blinged-out Mike Trout rookie to a patriotic Mark McGwire card, here's how well-known artists are giving classic MLB collectibles a modern spin.
Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Kevin Kramer will miss four to six months months while recovering from surgery on his right hip.
A memo given to the MLBPA by Major League Baseball says playing an 82-game season without fans would result in an estimated $4 billion loss, even with prorated salaries.
Former big league manager Jim Leyland looks back on his memories of a young Miguel Cabrera, what it was like meeting the likes of Barry Bonds and Justin Verlander for the first time, and his long-standing relationship with the late Al Kaline (8:55). Plus, ESPN's Marly Rivera on the latest in negotiations between the MLBPA and the owners. Tim Kurkjian also gives his Daily Baseball Fix (33:04).
The numbers and star power are staggering. McGwire and Sosa. Bonds, Griffey and A-Rod. Pedro, Maddux and the Big Unit. And that's just scratching the surface.
Pittsburgh college and professional sports leaders have donated a combined $800,000 to a center trying to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus.
Scandals, scapegoats, superstars and, yes, the Yankees. Sam Miller judges every October since 1903.
Is the Astros' title tarnished? Is Jeter overrated? We settle the biggest debate for all 30 MLB teams
From which franchise icon was better to playing what-if in crucial moments gone wrong, we get the final word on your favorite club's ultimate argument.
The Pirates are suspending retirement benefits for members of Pittsburgh's baseball operations staff in an effort to cope with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.