Madison Bumgarner of the Arizona Diamondbacks pitched a 7-inning shoutout, allowing 0 hits. However, according to the MLB rule created in 1991, to qualify for a "no-hitter", one must complete 9 innings. Even though the official game was only 7 innings, the MLB will not award Bumgarner with this feat
The hosts of Talkin' Baseball think the MLB will do the right thing and award MadBum with the well-earned and deserved no-no. After 4 less than ideal starts, Bumgarner reigned it in to pitch a 7-inning, complete game shutout but was NOT awarded the no-hitter. Listen to what the hosts have to say!
These die-hard Diamondbacks fans are persistent that the ace should be awarded a no-hitter, and unofficially declare it so for him! Listen as these passionate hosts break it down, along with analyzing another ace of the day.
Mets star Michael Conforto was HBP to walk in the winning run in the bottom of the 9th, after the bases were loaded. Controversial? Most definitely. Should a team be allowed to win on a HBP? Listen to these ESPN radio hosts discuss.
Listen to struggling slugger, Michael Conforto, break down his thoughts after being hit by a pitch from the Marlins to walk-off and win for the Mets. He provides thoughts, as well as some host comments as to what exactly happened in this highly controversial pitch.
The 3 hosts of 2 Balls and a Strike discuss the decision from MLB Commissioner, Rob Manfred, to move the 2021 All Star Game from Atlanta to Colorado, the home of the Rockies. George passed voting laws that did no represent the feelings of the MLB, therefore forcing the decision to relocate this year