Covering All the Bases takes on MLB topics with an occasional St. Louis spin. Travis Green, executive producer of the Bernie Miklasz Show, and former MLB scout Charlie Meyer analyze the intricacies of the game while keeping it light and fun.
Charlie and Travis discuss the Cardinals offseason, the Marcell Ozuna trade, the possibility of Manny Machado to St. Louis, who they would not trade in a deal for Machado, and do the Cards need another starter.
Charlie and Travis discuss the Giancarlo Stanton rumors, the secondary market when it comes to bats for the Cards, the ultimate feeling that this is going to be a let down, and the Cardinals other needs.
Charlie Meyer and Travis Green kickoff episode 51 talking about the Cardinals getting ready for a weekend series vs. the Cubs, that neither of these franchise have seen before in September.
They discuss how this team put themselves in this position, and if fans/media are spoiled to the point that they don't appreciate where they are at.
Dave Cameron wrote a piece on FanGraphs praising the Cardinals "devil magic" as the team finds two more diamonds in the rough with 29 year old stars Jose Martinez and Tommy Pham. How does this happen? How does it succeed?
Finally, Luke Weaver succeeds in MLB after struggling at times last year in limited action - how much can be learned from an initial brief callup?
Charlie Meyer and Travis Green discuss the Cardinals chances in the NL Wild Card, what does the success of the young Cardinals mean for the future, and what will Mozeliak do with the plethora of OF talent.
Oh and they debate the topic of "is this the best managerial job, to date, for Mike Matheny.