Successfully Wild Episode 1735: In Play, Run(s)

Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about Germán Márquez and the ethics of diarrhea disclosure, stretched pitching staffs that had been imagined to be deep, the Orioles and Diamondbacks competing for MLB’s worst document, a considerably misleading wage ground in MLB’s financial proposal (and the way forward for the continuing CBA talks), Mets proprietor Steve Cohen’s crucial tweet about his workforce’s underperforming bats, Chris Bassitt’s damage and defending pitchers from line drives, Freddie Freeman’s cycle, and Shohei Ohtani’s newest two-way day and improved pitching.

Audio intro: The Roches, "Runs in the Family"
Audio outro: Ezra Furman, "Haunted Head"

Link to Defector on Marquez’s diarrhea
Link to Meg on Bradley’s diarrhea
Link to Park’s diarrhea video
Link to Ben Clemens on the Padres
Link to FanGraphs farm system rankings
Link to report about MLB economic proposal
Link to JJ Cooper thread on salary cap/floor
Link to Travis Sawchik on a payroll floor
Link to EW episode with former MLBPA exec
Link to Steve Cohen tweet
Link to Mets hitting coach’s reaction
Link to Mets manager’s reaction
Link to Ray Kroc story
Link to Jay Jaffe on Bassitt
Link to story on Tyler Zombro
Link to story on Brandon Patch
Link to 2016 MLB story on pitcher headgear
Link to 2016 ESPN story on pitcher headgear
Link to 2016 story on mandating helmets
Link to 2017 story on protective cap inserts
Link to Freeman’s cycle video
Link to Freeman’s cappucino story
Link to Twitter thread about “Cyclones”
Link to Vlad’s emoji response
Link to Ohtani’s homer celebration
Link to Ohtani vs. Tigers video

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