Podcast Episode 120: 2021 MLB Playoff Pre-Game

Thank you for checking out this week’s episode of the Baseball Together Podcast, baseball family! Brig and Brad are in full swing with the coming playoff races. But first, they get things started with some MLB current events from the last week that include the Tampa Bay Rays continuing to try to play half of their regular-season games in Montreal, Shohei Ohtani seems like he’s unhappy with the LA Angels, Angels’ manager Joe Maddon is calling for more pitching, MLB and the MLBPA have officially put on the gloves as they’ve filed notices to seek new labor terms, and Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier played a game of finders keepers with the Toronto Blue Jays. Then the guys get you up to speed on the MLB playoff races by breaking down who’s in, who’s out, and some potential scenarios we might see in the next week. Enjoy!

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Brad Curnow

Brad has had a passion for baseball since he could walk up to a batting tee. He learned how to throw a 2-seam fastball before he could write his own name. He grew up in the sport as a catcher with great coaches who taught him to love and respect the game and the team. Brad joins Baseball Together with a love for baseball and a passion to share it with others.

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