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  1. Baseball Tonight - Bumgarner Again

    Buster Olney and Keith Law discuss another dominant performance by Madison Bumgarner and the tragic death of Oscar Taveras. Plus, Marc Topkin on Joe Maddon's future.

    Audio Podcast | October 27, 2014
  2. Baseball Tonight - Royals Even Series

    Buster Olney and Keith Law talk about how the Royals were able to take Game 2 of the World Series, discuss bullpen adjustments San Francisco should make and more.

    Audio Podcast | October 23, 2014
  3. Baseball Tonight - Royals Stay Perfect

    Buster Olney talks to Sam Mellinger and Keith Law about the Royals' first AL pennant in 29 years, the Giants needing just one more win against the Cardinals and much more.

    Audio Podcast | October 16, 2014
  4. Baseball Tonight - NLCS Set

    Adnan Virk welcomes Keith Law to discuss the Giants and Cardinals clinching spots in the NLCS, Clayton Kershaw's reputation, who has the edge in the series and more.

    Audio Podcast | October 08, 2014
  5. Baseball Tonight - Giant Step

    Keith Law and Tim Kurkjian discuss a dominant performance by the Giants against the Pirates. Plus, Roch Kubatko on what to expect from the Orioles in the postseason.

    Audio Podcast | October 02, 2014
  6. Baseball Tonight

    Buster Olney chats with Tim Kurkjian about the Braves' injury woes, Barry Bonds' role with the Giants and more. Plus, Keith Law on his projections for the top of the draft.

    Audio Podcast | March 11, 2014
  7. Baseball Tonight

    Buster Olney talks about Barry Bonds joining the Giants' coaching staff during Spring training and much more with Jayson Stark, Keith Law and Andy McCullough.

    Audio Podcast | February 24, 2014
  8. Bonds Watch 2007

    AllNight: Keith Law on the excitement around Barry Bonds' chase of Hank Aaron and the latest with Alex Rodriguez.

    Audio Podcast | July 06, 2007
  9. Don't Show It

    AllNight: Keith Law says that TV should not show fans running on the field because it gives them too much motivation to do it. Plus, Barry Bonds relents a bit on his Hall of Fame memorabilia stance.

    Audio Podcast | June 27, 2007