The effects of the pandemic and the response are being felt in every sector of our lives. Ed talks with Tony Fay of Tony Fay PR to discuss how charities and non profits are faring during this time.
Mental Performance Coach and Counselor Nina Rios-Doria joins the show to discuss ways to keep your mental health in tact during the Quarantine.
There's a lot of information (and mis-information) out there concerning the pandemic. Edward talks with University of Arizona doctor of Epidemiology Dr. Kacy Ernst and Dr. Zachary Binney, a sports Epidemiologist with Emory University to help cut through all the noise and lay out what we know and don't know.
Caught in the cross hairs of the sign-stealing controversy in baseball is a movement against analytics. Edward Egros explains why and what can be done to quiet the critics of analytics.
The Rangers season ended a little... short. But there were some high points. Jared Sandler from 105 The Fan joins Edward to put a bow on the 2019 season.
Analytics can be great predictors - but sometimes they can be wrong. Way wrong. And the 2019 Texas Rangers were no exception.
One of the bright spots of for the Rangers this season has been the resurgence of Danny Santana, who the numbers say may have done more than enough to be a permanent fixture next season
Edward take a look back at the historic Rangers 30-3 win over the Orioles. And some of the statistical nuggets he's uncovered may surprise you.
While the Texas Rangers honor one of its former shortstops, another is putting together a career that could surpass his predecessor relatively soon.
A new research project suggests relief pitchers are struggling more now than they have in the last several years. Is this trend affecting the Texas Rangers?
Now that advanced statistics can chart the progress from season to season, we can see who's experiencing the biggest turnaround from last year to this year, and the evidence suggests the best Comeback Player of the Year is a Texas Ranger.
What is the peak age for a baseball hitter? New stats may tell us something different than conventional wisdom.
Edward speaks with Dr. Ed Feng of "The Power Rank" to discuss why the Rangers may have exceeded preseason expectations.
The "shift" has become a popular defensive strategy in baseball, but the Rangers don't really use it that much. Edward looks to the numbers to help explain why.
When a baseball team does better than expected, how much of that can you credit to the manager? Edward trying to answer that on this episode.
Just how much can a manager affect a game? The Athletic's Levi Weaver joins Edward to discuss.
Rangers 2B Roogie Odor's numbers this season have been... not great. How does he stack up against other 2B in the League? Well, that's where there is "good" news.
Author and co-host of the "Best Baseball Podcast" Ryan Spaeder joins Edward to talk about how the Rangers are perceived outside of the fanbase.
How effective is the concept of "The Opener"? Well, for the Rangers, very. Edward takes a look at the Opener in this episode. (WARNING: Math)
Kevin Roth of RotoGrinders has married his tow passions: sports and weather and how one can have a definitive impact on the other.
It's no secret that home runs are waaaaay up across MLB, but why? Sports data scientist Dr. Meredith Wills tries to answer this question on this episode.
The Rangers have completed the first quarter of their season. So what do we know beyond their record? Edward takes a deep dive into the numbers to find out.
The Rangers are building a new home. So how will the ballpark affect the caliber of free agents the team can attract beyond just the promise of AC in August.