Andy Pettitte

Show # 83
April 10 – April 16

A 256-game winner and five-time Word Series champion with the Yankees, Andy was one of the “Core Four” on the Yankee teams that dominated in the 1990s and 2000s.

Chipper Jones

Show # 78
March 6– 12

A number one draft pick who fulfilled his promise, Chipper was a nearly unanimous first-ballot baseball Hall of Fame selection, a World Series champion, a National League MVP, and and eight-time All-Star.

Paul Molitor

Show # 77
February 27 – March 5

The Kansas City Royals’ vice-president of baseball operations is a first-ballot Hall of Famer, three-time AL batting champion, MVP, Gold Glover, and Word Series champion.

George Brett

Show # 76
February 20 – 26

The Kansas City Royals’ vice-president of baseball operations is a first-ballot Hall of Famer, three-time AL batting champion, MVP, Gold Glover, and Word Series champion.

Dave Winfield

Show # 75
February 13 – 19

A principal negotiator for the Major League Baseball Players Association, Dave won a Big Ten basketball championship and was named to 12 MLB All-Star teams, earning six Gold Gloves on his way to Cooperstown.

David Maraniss

Show # 69
January 2 – 8

A Pultizer Prize-winning reporter for the Washington Post, David has penned a series of New York Times best-sellers, including classics on Roberto Clemente and Vince Lombardi, and is at work on a biography of Jim Thorpe.

Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling

Show # 58 
October 17 – 23

Keith was the greatest defensive first baseman of all time, a National League MVP, and a two-time World Series champion.  Ron authored the greatest pitching performance in NCAA history before joining the Mets, where he was a World Series champion, Gold Glove winner, and All-Star.  Now, Keith and Ron are part of the best broadcast team (with Gary Cohen) in Major League Baseball .

John Smoltz

Show # 57
October 10 – 16

A first-ballot Hall of Famer, Cy Young Award winner, and eight-time All-Star, John is baseball’s star analyst on Fox and the MLB Network.

George Will

Show # 55
September 26 – October 2

America’s most influential journalist and a Pulitzer Prize winner, George talks baseball with Boomer. His epic baseball book, Men at Work, was a #1 New York Times best-seller for 14 consecutive weeks.

Chipper Jones

Show # 47
August 1 – 7

A number one draft pick who fulfilled his promise, Chipper was a nearly unanimous first-ballot baseball Hall of Fame selection, a World Series champion, a National League MVP, and and eight-time All-Star.

John Feinstein

Show # 46
July 25 – 31

The best-selling author of A Good Walk Spoiled and A Season on the Brink provides analysis on the opening of Major League Baseball, the NFL, the NBA, and Major League Soccer.

Mike Matheny

Show # 45
July 18 – 24

Baseball’s most respected manager, and one of the greatest defensive catchers of all-time, makes news on the start of the 2020 MLB season.

John Smoltz

Show # 43
July 4 – 10

A first-ballot Hall of Famer, Cy Young Award winner, and eight-time All-Star, John is baseball’s star analyst on Fox and the MLB Network.

George Will

Show # 42
June 27 – July 3

America’s most influential journalist and a Pulitzer Prize winner, George talks baseball with Boomer. His baseball epic, Men at Work, was a #1 New York Times best-seller for 14 consecutive weeks.

Rob Manfred

Show # 39
June 6 – 12

The Commissioner of Major League Baseball discusses the state of the game, as the 2020 season approaches.

Jeff Bagwell

Show # 28
March 21 – 27

A Hall of Famer, NL MVP, Gold Glover, Rookie of the Year, and three-time Silver Slugger, Jeff is the only Major Leaguer to reach 30 homes runs, 100 RBI, 100 runs scored, and 100 bases on balls in six consecutive seasons.

John Smoltz

Show # 27
March 14 – 20

A first-ballot Hall of Famer, Cy Young Award winner, and eight-time All-Star, John is baseball’s star analyst on Fox and the MLB Network.

Rob Manfred

Show # 25
February 29 – March 6

The Commissioner of Major League Baseball discusses the state of the game, as the 2020 season approaches.

George Will

Show # 22
February 8 – 14

America’s most influential journalist and a Pulitzer Prize winner, George talks baseball with Boomer. His baseball epic, Men at Work, was a #1 New York Times best-seller for 14 consecutive weeks.

Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling

Show # 7 
October 26 – November 1 
Keith was the greatest defensive first baseman of all-time, a National League MVP and two-time World Series champion.  Ron authored the greatest pitching performance in NCAA history, before joining the Mets, where he was a World Series champion, Gold Glove winner and All-Star.  Now, Keith and Ron are the best broadcast duo in Major League Baseball.

Torey Lovullo

Show # 4
October 5 – 11
2017 National League Manager of the Year and 2013 World Series champion, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Torey Lovullo, is joined by former MLB All-Star catcher and Diamondbacks’ manager, Bob Brenly, who led Arizona to an upset World Series win over the Yankees in 2001 and is now the team’s lead TV analyst.