Opening Day Blues

Opening Day finally arrived! While the outcome certainly wasn't what we wished to see, we're here to tell you why there were some silver linings to take away from the loss. Stick around for our way too early awards predictions.

Nationals ready for Opening Day

Victor Robles
After a busy offseason in which the team addressed multiple positions, the Nationals are ready to take the field in DC.

Preseason Spurtability Awards + Can We Name 5 Orioles?

Baseball is officially back, and Joe and James struggle to name more than 4 Orioles players (03:16 - 16:16). The guys run through some quick news items about Jacob deGrom and Francisco Lindor (16:16 - 26:05). They then give their picks for the MLB season + World Series (26:05 - 30:19). James introduces a horrible new segment (30:19 - 32:23). Joe and James give their preseason nominees for their made up awards (32:23 - 55:02). Store: Tweet at us: @SpurtabilityPod

$137.5 million is not enough for Jacob deGrom

The ace of the Mets should have gotten at least $170 million over six years.

Double Trouble @mets beat writer @AnthonyDiComo and @AJC's @GabeBurnsAJC join the show as we finally finish our NL East season preview with Opening Day 1 week away! Sandwiched in between we discuss the rash of extensions, the Atlanta Opening Day position battles, and much more

How the changes to the MLB Trade Deadline can significantly benefit the Phillies

The Phillies have emerged as one of the most dangerous teams in the MLB following this offseason, but with the numerous upgrades came one department that remained unchanged. Many hesitate on calling the Phillies a postseason threat with the current rotation, but with the MLB's adjustment of the trade deadline, this could be the perfect opportunity for the Phillies to steal another star arm.

Mike Trout is Rich + Boom or Carton: Team Edition

Mike Trout got paid a bunch of money. The MLB opens up this week. James decides what he is going to do in his bracket pool. We think the Iditarod is over? The Historian returns for a history lesson. Boom or Carton: Team Edition. Tweet at us: @SpurtabilityPod Store:

Angels close to extending Mike Trout to 12 year $430 million deal

The Angels are close to extending Mike Trout to a 12 year $430 million deal, solidifying the Angels plans for the future and making Trout an Angel for life

How to shoot yourself in the foot: union style

The MLB union just found a way to ensure owners have even more control at the expense of baseball's future players in the minor leagues.

Somethin’s In The Air (And It Smells Like Change)

With Opening Day finally right around the corner Dylan and Doc discuss the underrated brilliance of Bryse Wilson, the battle for the 5th rotation spot, and give their thoughts on the announcement of the latest rule changes.