Jon Morosi

Jon Morosi agrees with White Sox' quiet deadline

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That's the mentality the White Sox front office brought with them through the trade deadline. Speculation suggested the Sox would likely be buyers at the deadline. They could use help in the bullpen, second base and right field as they attempt to make their third straight playoffs.
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Jon Morosi breaks down how he expects Giants to approach trade deadline

With a couple weeks left before the trade deadline and the Giants (45-43) not exactly making a decisive push in either direction, questions persist. Will they remain aggressive and try to add to their talent pool? Or make use of potential one-year rentals like Carlos Rodón (has an opt-out he’s expected to exercise) and Joc Pederson to acquire future assets and get younger?
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LISTEN: On Friar Podcast – Manny's Overlooked Excellence and a Promising Padres Start with Jon Morosi

He is an esteemed baseball writer and broadcaster, and now he's a member of the NBC Sports team. Jon Morosi makes his debut appearance with On Friar. The guys talk about his new role with NBC before getting into his early impressions of the Padres. Could their outfield struggles and pitching depth lead to a trade? Jon sees one potential fit. They discuss Gore's arrival, Hosmer's improvement, and Melvin's magic. Then they shift their focus to NL MVP frontrunner Manny Machado, and why he's somehow overlooked. Plus, Jon thinks the Padres have a real chance to win the NL West.

Jon Morosi has Mark Buehrle checked on his Hall of Fame ballot

Mark Buehrle was an outstanding pitcher in Major League Baseball for a long time. He played for a few different teams but his entire prime (and most of his career in general) was spent with the Chicago White Sox. He is one of the franchise’s all-time great players for a variety of reasons.
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Tigers close to signing Javier Báez, per report from Jon Morosi

Late on the wire, and early Tuesday morning, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reported that the Detroit Tigers were now close to signing free agent infielder Javier Báez. The club was known to be in talks with the long-time Cubs star over the weekend, but has not confirmed the report as of this writing. There have been a lot of rumors flying over the past week, but Morosi is one of the most trusted at breaking real stories. So we’re taking this one as highly likely to happen.

Jon Morosi breaks down how he believes Giants will approach starting pitcher market

Even more so than in previous years, the Giants have some money to play with this offseason. They also have a rotation that consists of only Logan Webb with Kevin Gausman, Anthony DeSclafani and Alex Wood all hitting the open market. They could look to re-sign all, one or fill out the rest of the rotation on an open market chock full of options.

Building the 2022 Toronto Blue Jays with Jon Morosi

Ben Ennis kicks off the second hour with some thoughts on Team Canada’s men’s soccer team, and Alphonso Davies getting a chance to play in front of his family. NFL Network’s Marc Ross joins to break down the Los Angeles Rams signing Odell Beckham Jr. as they load up for a Super Bowl run (12:00). […]

Jon Morosi on Canada's performance at Qualifiers, Blue Jays push for Wild Card spot

NFL writer Bob Glauber comments on the top teams in NFC, AFC and Cowboys, Buccaneers matchup and Ian Mendes of The Athletic checks in from Ottawa after Pierre Dorion’s contract extension. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

Jon Morosi on the Jays' final stretch, Mets' thumbs down situation

Aug. 30: Jays Showing Their Age, The NY MESS & Habs Deal with Sheet. Scotty and Ziggy are back again after some vacation time and there’s a ton going on between the Jays playoff race, the Habs and Canes offer sheet rivalry and the NY Mets literally giving their fans the finger (5:28)! Jon Morosi checks in to discuss the Jays’ fading offence and how the team is showing their […]

Jon Morosi could see Yankees making ‘major bid’ for Twins’ Jose Berrios

The Yankees, a team many thought would compete for the World Series, have fallen well short of expectations, limping to a pedestrian 40-34 record—good for third in the AL East—as we near the season’s halfway mark. The Bombers aren’t buried by any means—they only trail the division-leading Red Sox by four games—and could conceivably be buyers at the upcoming MLB trade deadline. With Jameson Taillon struggling (Thursday’s win over Kansas City was just his second of 2021) and former Cy Young winner Corey Kluber facing at least a two-month absence as he recovers from a strained shoulder, GM Brian Cashman will assuredly scour the starting pitching market, which includes Twins right-hander Jose Berrios.

Bik & The Boss: Jon Morosi on Ducharme’s positive covid test

NHL and MLB networks Jon Morosi joins Craig MacEwan and Raja Shergill to discuss the impact of Canadiens head coach Dominic Ducharme testing positive for covid. Scott Brown of Fifth Avenue Realty joins for Stat Me Up and Marek Klassen of the Fraser Valley Bandits comes on to talk about his basketball career. The views and […]

Jon Morosi on Cubs' approach at trade deadline: 'They can not sell'

(670 The Score) Whether the Cubs will buy or sell ahead of the trade deadline on July 30 is a million-dollar question in Chicago. In the eyes of national baseball reporter Jon Morosi of MLB Network and Fox Sports, the answer is clear – the Cubs should hang onto their stars and look to add.
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Storytellers with Ian Pulver: Jon Morosi Hits it Out of the Park

This week on the podcast, NHL and MLB Network analyst Jon Morosi joined host Ian Pulver to chat about his dual career, which NHLers would be great and baseball and more. Morosi offers a unique perspective as he juggles the worlds of two professional sports better than anyone since Bo Jackson. Listen in as he details which NHL players he would choose to have in his baseball starting lineup, his favorite arenas to watch a game, and more stories from a long and busy career.