Baseball Central @ Noon - July 25 - Friday
Former minor league pitcher and senior advisor and scout Mel Didier speaks with Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker on what should be looked at when studying and recruiting prospects, players he admired and what makes a great baseball player.
Baseball Central @ Noon - July 24 - Thursday
Blue Jays rookie pitchers Aaron Sanchez and Marcus Stroman join Mike Wilner on this shortened edition of Baseball Central @ Noon.
Baseball Central @ Noon - July 23 - Wednesday
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons discusses Aaron Sanchez, production from the bottom of his lineup, and injury updates. NBC’s Craig Calcaterra responds to SI's suggestion to ban defensive shifts.
Baseball Central @ Noon - July 22 - Tuesday
Hosts Jeff Blair and Joe Siddall spoke with Sportsnet's Shi Davidi about the Blue Jays recent call ups, and New York Times writer David Waldstein joined the show to chat about the pitching philosophies of Yu Darvish.
Baseball Central @ Noon - July 21 - Monday
Jeff Blair aand Joe Siddall host Baseball Central to talk abou the Jays recent series against the Rangers, as well Red Sox Beat Writer Rob Bradford joins the show to talk about the Sox and how their season has turned around.
Baseball Central @ Noon - July 18th - Friday
Jeff Blair, Kevin Barker and Chris Robinson discuss the Jays and the rest of the MLB. Baltimore Orioles' catcher Nick Hundley calls in to talk about how the Orioles are playing, and the division title race in the AL East.
Despite never losing that nervous and intimidated feeling around Roy Halladay, Dirk Hayhurst explains why he admires the man so much for what he was on the field, and who he still is off it.
Long rejected by stats-minded baseball analysts, concepts like grit, heart and the will to win are nonetheless evident on both sides of the field as Boston and St. Louis set for game five.
Pundits and opposing teams have accused Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig of not playing “the right way.” But what way could be more right?
The Cardinals are one win away from a return to the World Series, and they’ve gotten there without breaking the bank. Many franchises on the outside looking in (like the Blue Jays) should take notice.