Adam and Ben remember Giants Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, who died last week at 96.
Ben and Adam discuss the the Giants’ most polarizing player: Brandon Belt. Is he any good?
Ben and Adam discuss the Denard Span signing, Span’s fear of birds(?!), and the last few roster spots, and they offer an overall assessment of the Giants’ offseason thus far. Link to the 2016 S.F. Giants Hype Video!
Well, that was painful. All day long I’ve been going through the very worst moments of the 2015 Giants baseball season. Now I’m angry, frustrated, and depressed, and soon you can be too! If I could do it again, I probably would have posted this “Worst Moments” list first and my “Top Moments” list second. […]
Ben and Adam break down the Johnny Cueto signing and discuss its ramifications on the N.L. West race. We also touch on the team’s possible next steps: who do we think San Francisco needs in order make a run at a fourth title in seven seasons? Listen to find out!
Just in time for baseball’s Winter Meetings, Ben and Adam deliver a refreshingly unscripted and honest take on the state of baseball and the S.F. Giants. Topics include who we think the Giants should sign and reactions to the Dodgers and D-Backs’ moves this offseason.
Syndergaard’s purpose pitch, Murphy’s flaw, Familia’s blown saves, and the World Champion Kansas City Royals. All this and more make up a lively Episode 3.
Ben and Adam are at it again. This is episode two of the new “Purpose Pitch” podcast (formerly known as “Ben and Adam: Turnin’ Two”). In this episode we break down World Series Games 1 and 2 and get you set for the match-ups in New York!
This is the very first podcast by Ben Kaspick and Adam Petke, two lifelong baseball fans who live and die for the game. Adam played D1 Baseball at Cal and his views toward the game are more old-school; Ben played varsity in high school and he prefers a sabermetric approach. In this episode, the duo […]
The San Francisco Giants subtly revealed that they’re looking for infield depth when they signed former Padres and Orioles infielder Everth Cabrera to a minor league deal on Friday. Joaquin Arias hit just .254/.281/.301 in 204 plate appearances last year and is hitting an even worse .211/.211/.281 this season. Using WAR to consider his overall […]