SABRcast with Rob Neyer

Baseball fans, tune in this season to SABRcast with Rob Neyer, a weekly podcast hosted by award-winning author and longtime SABR member Rob Neyer. SABRcast features insights and analysis of what’s happening in modern baseball on and off the field, plus compelling interviews with figures from around the game — and music from The Baseball Project.

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Neyer is a longtime baseball writer and editor for, SB Nation, and He began his career as a research assistant for groundbreaking baseball author Bill James and later worked for STATS, Inc. He has also written or co-written seven baseball books, including The Neyer/James Guide to Pitchers (with Bill James), winner of the Sporting News/SABR Baseball Research Award, and most recently Power Ball: Anatomy of a Modern Baseball Game, winner of the 2019 CASEY Award.

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Current Episode

Episode #94: January 18, 2021

Chris Welsh (CINCINNATI REDS)This week’s guest is Chris Welsh, Cincinnati Reds broadcaster and former major-league pitcher. He spent parts of five seasons from 1981 to 1986 in the big leagues with the San Diego Padres, Montreal Expos, Texas Rangers, and the Reds. He moved into the broadcast booth in 1993 and has been calling Reds games on TV for the past quarter-century. He is also the founder and owner of Baseball Rules Academy, an interactive online forum to teach the rules of baseball.

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“MLB needs more Black managers. Here’s why it won’t be me right now.”
By Doug Glanville,

“I check all of the boxes. I played nine seasons in the big leagues with the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs and Texas Rangers. I have experience as an executive subcommittee member in the Major League Baseball Players Association and am well-versed in baseball governance. I have an Ivy League degree at a time when that means a lot for executive opportunity in baseball. I’ve been a candidate before, and I believe I have the voice and drive to be an excellent major league manager. But I can’t be your candidate right now. That truth has a lot to do with another box I check: Black father.”

Archived Episodes

Episode #93: Jason Turbow (January 11, 2021)

Episode #92: John Shea (January 4, 2021)