Effectively Wild Episode 1099: How a Five-Way (Tie) Would Work


Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about Ben’s broken mic and common cold, an almost-record day for home-run hitting (and a juiced-ball update), Arthur “Doc” Irwin and the Irwin Glove, Joey Votto’s Hall of Fame case, the increasing difficulty of projecting players, the AL wild card race and the odds (and potential ramifications) of a five-way tiebreaker, the Marlins sale and the future of Giancarlo Stanton, the Dodgers’ Curtis Granderson trade, and more.

Audio intro: Rage Against the Machine, "Mic Check"
Audio outro: The Long Blondes, "Five Ways to End It"

Link to Craig Wright’s newsletter
Link to Ben’s five-way-tiebreaker article

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