best political podcasts

Top 17 Political Podcasts

I am not surprised you are on the search for the best political podcasts.

Because Aristotle once said:

“Man is by nature a political animal.”

Well, good news for you and Aristotle.

I have put together a list of my favorite political ramblers.

Be prepared to agree, disagree, love and hate these prominent political podders.

1. The More Perfect Union

If you are sick and tired of partisan podcasts overloaded with party hacks from either side of the aisle, The More Perfect Union is the podcast for you!

The hosts (Kevin Kelton, Greg Matusak, DJ McGuire, Rebekah Kuschmider and Cliff Dunn) are not your political professionals. Instead, all of them have an active interest (obsession) in debating daily political news.

The motto for this podcast is “real debate without the hate.” That is perfect for folks that are tired of the over-the-top rhetoric that is so common these days.

2. The Ben Shapiro Show

A relatively new and influential voice for conservatives, Ben Shapiro, has skyrocketed into the public consciousness almost overnight.

This is not a podcast shy about putting forward Ben’s conservative and right-leaning beliefs.

You won’t find a lot of rhetoric here, though. Ben does his research and always backs up what he has to say with a mountain of info. He’s always bringing on guests from across the aisle for debate. These episodes can get a little heated at times, but there’s still a bedrock of mutual respect that mellows things out at the end of the day.

Make no mistake about it; this is a podcast for those on the right and those with right-leaning tendencies. But it’s not a podcast that those on the left would feel alienated listening to, either.

3. Dan Carlin’s Common Sense

Dan Carlin is best known for his legendary history podcast Hardcore History, one of the most popular podcasts on the planet.

But he also has a modern-day podcast that he frequently updates, tracking the political goings on in America. Dan finds a way to link our modern political world to ancient historical challenges, obstacles, and successes in a unique way that only he can.

Admittedly leaning a little bit more to the left than anything else, Dan does his level best to hit the sweet spot in the center. Unlike other centrists that feel like they are sitting on the fence, Dan gets his point across with little bias. He’s able to convey his message in a way that today’s hyper-partisan mainstream media is almost never able to pull off.

Dan’s enthusiasm pours through the same way that it does on Hardcore History. It isn’t hard to get swept up in the excitement and the emotion that he pours into this podcast, either!

4. Pod Save America

Helmed by members of the Obama press corps, Pod Save America is very much a left-leaning podcast and makes no bones about it.

Jon Favreau (speechwriter for Obama, and one of Time’s Most Influential People on the Planet), is flanked by fellow Obama Admin aides Dan Pfeiffer, Jon Lovett, and Tommy Vietor on every episode of this podcast.

They track every movement of the current administration, comparing and contrasting it to administrations of the of the past, but also look at the cultural changes that have been happening in America ever since the 2016 Election.

Very much for those with a left bent when it comes to politics, folks on the right probably won’t get a lot out of Pod Save America.

5. Townhall Review

This is the official podcast of the conservative opinion website, Townhall. This podcast follows the same local townhall format, giving voice to conservatives that don’t feel they are as well represented today as they were in the past.

Every episode has a new host, bringing on different conservative talking heads from the Townhall community. Editorial control over each episode is up to the host, which can make these episodes feel a little disjointed at times.

Of course, the diversity of the hosts that lead the Townhall Review are also the strength of this platform.

Each host has an area of expertise (one might be a former politician, another a world-famous economist, and another yet a small town select board member or mayor). It’s that varied expertise that makes each new episode of Townhall so enlightening.

6. FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight had their credibility take a little bit of a nosedive in the aftermath of the 2016 election (after guaranteeing that there was zero chance Hillary Clinton could lose the election), but they have been working overtime to earn the trust of their listeners ever since.

With a podcast like this, they are back to being a trusted voice in the political community again.

Certainly still leaning a bit to the left, this podcast has become more centrist over the last two years. The partisan attacks have been shelved for the most part. Instead, they have been replaced with data-driven viewpoints and analysis that you likely aren’t going to find anywhere else in the political podcasts spectrum.

Numbers, data, and verifiable information is the name of the game with the FiveThirtyEight podcast, more than any other political podcasts out there. If you want the numbers and the data more than an opinion from talking heads with an agenda, this is where you’re going to want to listen.

7. No Things Considered with Tim Young

No Things Considered with Tim Young

Tim Young is the host of No Things Considered, a young conservative comedian that brings a lot of happiness and humor to the outrageousness of our modern political environment.

A quick listen (the episodes are 20 minutes long or so), Tim isn’t afraid of skewering those on both sides of the aisle. Think of it as a right-leaning version of John Oliver’s show on HBO.

Tim does a great job of shining a bright light on the absurd “always outraged, everything is awful” world our mainstream media peddles these days.

8. NPR Politics Podcast

NPR is one of the most trusted names in American media, and this political podcast from them plays no favorites.

The podcast does such a good job giving both sides of the aisle a fair shake that they get attacked from the Left and the Right – often about the same coverage!

Regardless of your political leanings, if you want the truth (and nothing but it), NPR is the way to go. The entertainment value might not be the same here, and you won’t deal with shouting hosts with hot takes, but the educational value is through the roof.

If you’re looking to become a better-informed citizen of the US, the NPR politics podcast is for you.

9. Left, Right & Center

The mainstream media – on both sides – is laughably tribal right now.

Political hacks and Z List celebrities spout off attack after attack against “the other side” more often than not, and civil debate has gone out the window. When all you hear is “FAKE NEWS” and “RUSSIAN BOT” on one side or the other, it’s impossible to reach across the aisle and see one another’s position.

Left, Right, and Center looks to bridge that gap and rebuild these kinds of conversations.

Hosts (Josh Barro – Center, Rich Lowry – Right, and a guest host – Left) debate the past week’s news in the world of US politics without things ever getting out of hand. Most of each hour-long episode (published once a week) is spent debating the news, but at the end of each episode, all three hosts have a chance to plead their case directly to the audience.

It’s a handy way to get their points across, and it’s been able to bring a little bit of civility back into the national discourse. You won’t find a lot of political bloodsports here, just friends and professionals debating their positions respectfully.

10. The Rubin Report

This podcast is led by longtime political news talk show host Dave Rubin.

Identifying himself as a classical liberal with libertarian leanings, Rubin frequently invites authors, comedians, activists, journalists, actors – and everyday folks as well – to talk about the current political climate in the US today.

While sometimes going off after both the right side of the aisle as well as the “progressive left,” this is a pretty levelheaded podcast that doesn’t get too crazy with the rhetoric and name-calling.

11. The Glenn Beck Show

Regardless of where you sit on the political spectrum, the odds are VERY good that you have heard of Glenn Beck before.

A self-proclaimed “Never Trumper,” Beck represents more conservative ideas on his podcast for sure. He has slid into more of a libertarian role than anything else these days, but that right-wing backbone is still in place.

He has the same personality he had while hosting shows on Fox News and uses the same amount of research, data, and facts to back up his arguments, too.

Not for everyone (and sometimes a bit of an acquired taste), it’s impossible to call Beck’s podcast episodes anything but engaging.

12. My History Can Beat Up Your Politics

We’re all familiar with the idea of history repeating itself over and over again, but most don’t buy into the idea.

Well, this podcast aims to prove that time and events are little more than a flat circle.

Finding fun and entertaining ways to tie today’s political environment into events throughout the past, the energy level of this podcast is absolutely through the roof.

You aren’t going to find a lot of policy wonks or political hacks cluttering up the episodes of this show, just a lot of history and political buffs talking about the past and present in ways most people aren’t right now.

Things are crazy out there, for sure – but they’ve been crazier. The folks at My History Can Beat Up Your Politics are proving that out with every single episode they publish.

13. The Erick Erickson Show

A regular contributor to both CNN as well as Fox News, this podcast is hosted by a political expert and strategist that lives outside of the beltway – with viewpoints to match.

While Eric Erickson is as connected and plugged into the world of politics and the DC community as anyone else, this show is not for insiders.

Instead, the show is about offering a fresher perspective on what the “Regular American Conservative” is thinking – folks that live in flyover states, small towns, and little communities across the US.

Erickson always adds his perspective in a way that is very honest and real. Shows touch on hot topics of the day rather than macro or global events, the kinds of issues that your everyday American is worried about more than anything else. Policy talk is almost always blanketed with real-life stories of Americans impacted by these decisions.

Even those that do not agree with his particular viewpoints or beliefs cannot walk away from this show feeling that they are anything but authentic.

14. The Congressional Dish

The Congressional Dish podcast is unique in that it steps away from both sides of the aisle and examines the actual issues at hand. This is a lot easier to pull off for The Congressional Dish, as episodes only come out twice a month.

This is not a podcast where bias is present, not a podcast for those looking for opinions. It’s instead an outlet for information, a chance to educate those that are listening without any crazy injection of personal feelings.

Think of this as the kind of podcast Cronkite and other legendary newspeople would have hosted if they were still around. Stories are covered in as dispassionate a way as possible. You won’t find a lot of fearmongering or hyperbole here.

The Congressional Dish is a refreshing voice in a sea of sensationalism.

15. The Daily

Published by the New York Times, this podcast is a 20-minute recap of everything going on in the political world that day, released five days a week.

The legendary journalism of the New York Times forms the backbone of this podcast. There is a little bit of a left-leaning bias to this podcast, but that’s to be expected from a newspaper that sits smack dab in the middle of New York City.

The NYT has always been a proponent of more liberal policies than anything else, and that’s not going to change anytime soon.

But even if you sit on the right, it’s not a bad idea to listen to The Daily. The daily breakdown of that day’s political news guarantees you’re always up to date, even if you don’t love the conclusions that The Daily reaches.

16. WSJ Potomac Watch

The WSJ Potomac Watch podcast is another quick daily podcast similar to The Daily. Focusing almost exclusively on the epicenter of US politics in DC and the rest of the beltway. Holding up a mirror to The Daily, the WSJ leans to the right more than anything else.

Published five days a week, listening to the WSJ Potomac Watch and The Daily podcasts back to back will give you a well-rounded idea of what’s happening in the world of American politics.

17. The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

Jonah Goldberg (from the National Review) has a unique take on President Trump, the cultural shift going on since 2016, and the issues we as Americans have to face– not only today but years into the future.

The National Review has a distinct tone and personality, perfectly mirrored here by Goldberg. Quick-witted and unafraid to skewer the absurdity on either side of the political spectrum, this is fast-paced, snarky, and always brutally honest look at American politics today.

Those on the left will feel like they are the victim of his punches more than the right, but everybody gets their fair share. A bit of an acquired taste, you’ll either love or hate Goldberg – but you’ll keep listening.

best comedy podcasts

Top 17 Comedy Podcasts

Why would you want to listen to comedy podcasts?

It is the same as asking: Do you want to be sad or happy?

If you are like most people, you want to be happy.

So, how do I become happy, you then ask.


Listen to comedy podcasts, I then answer.

If you regularly listen to uplifting and funny podcasts, you will undoubtedly become happier yourself.

But, which comedy podcasts are ensured to give you a chuckle?

Duh, read my list below you silly cow.

1. My Dad Wrote A Porno

The name of this comical podcast should tell you everything that you need to know to ensure that laughs are going to ensue.

The host Jamie Morton has just discovered that his father has a deep dark secret. And, that secret is writing erotica.

Of course, he is shocked by this revelation, but he has decided to broadcast it to the world along with his two friends James Cooper and Alice Levine. James and Alice make a great addition to the show, as they comical deconstruct what happens in every single chapter of the book.

How can you not laugh when a child is awkwardly confronted with the harsh sexual fantasies of one of his parents?

2. Keep It

The entertainment industry is already packed with plenty of gut-busting roll-on-the-floor laughing stories.

However, when they are told through the hilarity of journalist Ira Madison III, they are even all the more hilarious. And, this is just one of the reasons that you check out Keep It.

The other two are Kara Brown and Louis Virtel who are occasional guests on the show and the three individuals have a chemistry that just cannot be matched.

You will laugh out loud as the three personalities break down the top stories surrounding the entertainment industry. The hosts are brutally honest and hilarious at the same time.

3. Baby-Sitters Club Club

You remember those popular Baby-Sitters Club books from the 80s and 90s right?

They are about a group of babysitters that are trying to earn some extra cash while dealing with the woes of young adulthood.

Well, if you want a hilarious take on the books, you should join hosts Jack Shepherd and Tanner Greenring on Baby-Sitters Club Club. Each week they read one of the classic novels and totally deconstruct it.

This might not sound funny, but it really is the hilarious and whacky theories of what the hosts speculate is really going on in the books that will throw you for a spin.

4. Judge John Hodgman

When hasn’t life thrown you a curveball and left you reeling with grief and questions?

This is where Judge John Hodgman’s podcast can come in handy.

The comedian takes the daily grievances that burden your daily life and flips them into hilarity.

Whether you are trying to debate if you should let your kids get a dog or you are trying to decide if you should do meditation, Hodgman can deliver serious rulings that will ensue in ridiculous and hilarious debates that will leave you on the ground laughing.

5. Lovett or Leave It

Politics is truly hilarious and disheartening at the same time.

While politicians make decisions that affect your everyday life, they do some genuinely horrifying things like getting caught in conspiracies and using drugs.

Well, there is nothing you can do but make light of these situations. Join Jon Lovett as he along with other comedians, journalists, and guests break down these insane political nightmares and turn them into gut-busting hilarity.

6. The Read

Do you know that feeling when you are talking to your best friend in your room all alone?

You hold nothing back, as you are more comfortable with this person than anyone on earth. Well, that is precisely what you are going to get from The Read.

Lifelong friends Kid Fury and Crissle hold nothing back from each other or their listeners, as they discuss the hottest topics surrounding the pop culture industry.

There is even a hilarious section where the two offer their unique advice to random callers with real problems. These two talk straight and aren’t afraid to air it.

7. How Did This Get Made?

Have you ever watched a movie and wondered how in the world did this even get made?

It is sad, but the real truth of what Hollywood has come to these days. Most movies nowadays are remakes of classics, comic book character after comic book character, or so-called comedy that just doesn’t even make sense.

Well, join June Raphael, Paul Scheer, and Jason Mantzoukas, as they rip these movies apart in a hilarious way.

The funniest and most ironic thing about the whole podcast is that the hosts are actors themselves. So, by all accounts, they are speaking from experience and actual knowledge.

8. All Fantasy Everything

These days everything is all about fantasy leagues.

Everywhere you turn you can join a fantasy league for some kind of sport. Well, Ian Karmel puts his hilarious fantasy spin on pretty much everything.

He will literally take anything and turn it into a fantasy draft. Along with a rotating cast and plenty of laughs, this podcast will leave you laughing until a champion of the league is declared.

You’ll want to make sure that you tune in daily to check your hilarious fantasy stats.

9. 2 Dope Queens

2 Dope Queens is recorded live, and the two hosts (Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams) discuss a wide range of topics.

They have a spectacular comical chemistry that will touch you right down to the core of your funny bone.

10. My Brother, My Brother and Me

Griffin, Travis and Justin McElroy, creators of My Brother, My Brother and Me, utilize a lot of creativity to make their listeners laugh.

In fact, they always begin the show by telling their listeners never to follow their advice. This warning is followed by a list of questions that come from Yahoo and listeners.

The brothers will answer each question to what they believe is the best of their ability. In the meantime, they unleash a variety of outrageous comments and jokes, in an effort to make their listeners laugh.

If you are looking for a few laughs and a little solid advice, be sure to check out this podcast.

11. Hello From The Magic Tavern

Creating a good podcast using improvised comedy can be very tough.

In fact, many will call it a gamble. Most will fail.

Hello From The Magic Tavern is one of those rare gems that have been able to pull it off successfully.

This podcast is hilarious. 

It blends the lines between reality and fantasy. The podcast is hosted and produced by Arnie Niekamp. It is set in a fictional world in which a character has become trapped in a dimensional rift in Chicago.

The podcast is insanely funny and it’ll definitely keep you on your toes. The comedy podcast is well worth checking out.

12. Yo, Is This Racist?

There is no doubt that racism is crude.

Nevertheless, it can also be pretty funny. Take this podcast as an example. It manages to take a dire subject and make it funny.

The podcast is based on the blog with the same name. In each episode, Andrew Ti provides listeners with a humorous take on racism. On top of that, the panel is always happy to answer questions submitted by the listeners.

They discuss the latest racial stories from recent times. While the podcast tackles a deep subject, the panel manages to make it hilarious. Who doesn’t love a racist joke from time to time?

Are you a closeted racist? One of the best ways to find out is by listening to this podcast.

13. Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Who knew celebrities were intelligent?

Well, they are and this is evident when you sit down and listen to Anna Faris’s podcast. Anna Faris Is Unqualified is a great podcast that will keep you laughing for hours and hours.

She might have gone overboard recently, but this celebrity knows her comedy better than anyone else. The podcast features the celebrity providing listeners with advice. Most of the advice has to do with relationships.

It might sound like a silly concept, and it is. Nevertheless, Anna Faris is Unqualified and it is well worth checking out.

This podcast will give you a good tickle.

14. 2 Girls 1 Podcast

There is some pretty crazy stuff out there on the Internet.

That is no secret. How would you like to delve into some of those intense subjects? Wouldn’t you like to learn more about furries and aliens? How would you like to explore the theme of professional cuddling or ASMR?

If you want to take a walk on the wild side of the Internet, you’ll want to check out 2 Girls 1 Podcast. The podcast features Jen Jamula and Allison Goldberg. Each episode, they’re going to walk you through a crazy Internet subject. Some of the conversations can get pretty sickening, but they’re always funny.

On top of that, the podcast is a tad bit educational. It is well worth checking out when you have a little freedom. Just make sure that you’ve already had lunch. Otherwise, you might just spew on your keyboard.

15. Guys We F#@$!d

In recent times, there has been a lot of debate about feminism.

While it is generally okay for guys to sleep with lots of women, the opposite is not true. In fact, women tend to receive a lot of criticism when they sleep with multiple men. Isn’t it time that this attitude changed? Shouldn’t women be able to enjoy the same pleasures as men?

If you think the answer is yes, you’ll love this podcast featuring Krystyna Hutchinson and Corinne Fisher. This podcast focuses primarily on sex. However, it doesn’t try to be sexy. Instead, it is pretty comical.

These two ladies have spoken about various subjects, including BDSM, penis size, and even eating disorders. They do so with a humorous tone. The podcast is great for those sick and tired of shaming loose women.

16. Throwing Shade

Don’t you just hate the sensitivity associated with sexual issues?

It seems like everyone takes sexism and LGBTQ issues a little too serious. Well, you’ve got the perfect solution with Throwing Shade.

The podcast features Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi. It might tackle those tough issues, but it does so in a very funny and raunchy way. The podcast is enlightening and hilarious too. Plus, it is always great to listen to the two hosts crack up at one another.

Erin and Bryan will keep you entertained for hours on end. Be sure to catch up with it today! You will not be disappointed.

17. The Adam Carolla Show

Adam Carolla is a unique guy.

Some would call him a failure. Others would say that he has flown under the radar. Others think he is downright insane. That is what makes The Adam Carolla Show so great. It is completely unexpected.

After being a failure on L.A. radio, Carolla decided to create his own podcast and it has proven to be a fantastic success.

The show is entirely produced and recorded in the comfort of Carolla’s living room. Each episode features some comedian guest. Carolla was celebrated as a stage comedian, but his podcast is even better.

Even if you’ve never been a fan, you’ll want to check out the podcast. It surely won’t disappoint.

best baseball podcasts

Top 21 Baseball Podcasts

Are you at a baseball game right now?

Eating peanuts and cracker jacks?

If not, no need to worry.

Instead of waiting for the next perfect home run, you can enjoy baseball by listening to baseball podcasts.

Might not be as fun as those warm-up songs before a game.

But, they will surely keep your baseball fix covered until the next decisive call and crazy umpires.

Bring your best high-fives and write a sign with your favorite baseball podcast to your next game.

Because here they are, my favorite baseball podcasts.

1. Sully Baseball

This is one of the most famous baseball podcasts with over 1700 episodes aired.

The show is run by comedian and TV producer Paul Francis Sullivan, better known as Sully. Sully’s given you your daily fix of the best in baseball with original posts and discussions about baseball, every day of the year – 365 days, and 366 days on the leap year, since October 24th, 2012.

Sadly though, from April 2nd, 2017, he stopped doing daily podcasts and started doing them weekly instead.

You can count on Sully’s wits and knowledge of baseball throughout the baseball season and also during the playoffs and the off-season.

To keep you hooked, Sully makes his observations and then keenly voices his opinions. He also brings on the best guests like former significant leagues players, actors, and writers. Whether you agree with Sully or not, he always shares his thoughtful, funny, and the most passionate baseball talk on the airwaves.

In case you didn’t know, Sully is a renowned producer on TV shows like The Daily Show with Ax Men and Jon Stewart. He has also made appearances in the ESPN2 and the HBO Sports networks to talk about baseball.

2. Effectively Wild

This podcast has remained active for years, airing continuously to make sure that baseball fans get the best of baseball critics and analytics without fail.

The Effectively Wild podcast debuted on July 28, 2012, when Ringer writer Ben Lindbergh (now the host) was still the editor-in-chief in Baseball Prospectus.

The show has over 1,000 episodes with Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller, before Sam Miller moved out of Effectively Wild and was replaced by Jeff Sullivan, a terrific senior writer at FanGraphs and an editor for a community blog.

The show rules the podcast airwaves thanks to the terrific banter that has inspired a book, as well as tremendous insights into every game.

The podcast airs three episodes every week. It is also a favorite because you don’t have to listen to the backlog of shows you missed. You can find an insanely long backlog, and this is why the show is set up in a manner that ensures you jump right into the current or the most recent episode.

You can catch every show by subscribing to the Effectively Wild podcast on RSS and your Android device.

3. The Ringer MLB Show

Besides co-hosting Effectively Wild, Ben Lindbergh, a staff writer at Ringer partners with Michael Baumann, also a staff writer at Ringer, runs the Ringer MLB Show. In this show, the two podcasters break down all Yankees baseball games with the biggest and often silliest stories surrounding the games.

The show also features interviews with other Ringer writers, insiders, and other plugged-in media members.  Everyone from the front office to the dugout gets involved in The Ringer.

It started in May 2016, and it airs twice weekly. Two episodes run weekly, and that means you always have something to look forward to. Currently, there are more than 150 episodes of the podcast available.

4. FanGraphs Baseball

Fangraphs Baseball podcast is owned by David Appleman who is also the creator and owner of, the website run by FanGraphs Inc. that is located in Arlington, Virginia. It was created in 2009. Since its establishment, this site has remained dedicated to baseball fans, especially the fans of fantasy football. gives statistics for every player in the Major League Baseball history.

The Podcast FanGraphs Baseball is hosted by Carson Cistulli, formerly a host of Effectively Wild and now a writer and editor at It airs weekly.

Why listen to this podcast?

Well, other than the fact that it is an entertaining podcast that gives you all the live statistics into the games and the players? The podcast also gives you information on the prospects, best batting averages, home runs, fielding statistics, pitching statistics, baserunning statistics and other baseball statistics. You will also get detailed analysis and commentary.

For all those numbers and historical information, you should consider subscribing and listening. There are other sites you can listen to the podcast from.

5. Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

This talk show/podcast is one of the best baseball podcasts, and it has been on the air since 1990.

The podcast is by the ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney, who leads baseball discussions alongside other top baseball analysts. Buster is a senior American Columnist for ESPN: The magazine,, and he has also covered The New York Yankees and the New York Giants for The New York Times. To top that, Buster is also a regular analyst for ESPN’s Baseball Tonight!

The Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney podcasts has over 100 episodes of reviews and analytics of different games. The podcast gives insights on different games.

It has been running for over a year.

6. 30 With Murti

This is a Yankee-focused podcast that kicked off in 2016. This WFAN’s Srinivas (Sweeny) Murti podcast has been on the air for over 15 years and which makes Murti the most popular and familiar voice in the Yankee baseball world for its fans. Sweeny Murti is a sports journalist working primarily for The New York Yankees. Currently, he works for WFAN, The New York Yankees Radio Network, and the SportsNet New York. His expertise in baseball doesn’t end there, Sweeny is also the Yankees beat reporter for SNY and WFAN, and he hosts pregame and postgame shows for Yankees radio broadcasts.

The show features Murti interviewing one person each week. Just as the name implies, the show runs for about 30 minutes, weekly. Therefore, it is easy to listen to the podcast on your morning commute. Despite taking little time compared to others, this podcast has a huge following because Murti is a great source of trusted baseball information. He also handles his interviews professionally getting you all the answers you need.

7. Fantasy Focus Baseball

This is an ESPN-owned podcast hosted by the leading ESPN experts Eric Karabell and Tristan Cockroft. Both Eric Karabell and Tristan Cockroft are senior writers for Alongside Eric and Tristan are the show’s producer Daniel Dopp and baseball analyst Stephania Bell, an on-air and an online sports commentator at ESPN. It started airing in May 2017.

As the name suggests, this podcast is a sports talk focused on fantasy baseball. These two hosts provide strategies for baseball games, as well as game overviews, baseball player previews, and injury reports.  You will also receive updates on match overviews, and roster strategy.

This podcast is a favorite for baseball fans as it allows subscribers the chance to download the podcasts which they can listen to later on. The show airs weekly although it airs twice weekly sometimes.

8. Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast

This is one of the most comprehensive Fantasy Baseball Podcasts in the baseball podcasts realm. It is dedicated to keeping baseball fans updated and entertained.

The frequent hosts of this interactive and entertaining baseball podcast are CBS’s sports writers Adam Aizer and  Scott White. It’s been airing since May 2016.

Throughout the show, you get information about the mid-round and the late-round picks. Also shared are predictions of possible wins in upcoming games. You will appreciate the hosts’ wealth of knowledge in baseball. Note this: if you just want a good source of entertainment to work, you should listen to this podcast. Your love for baseball will creep in slowly. You also get to choose who to pick, add, start, and sit out baseball games. In short, this is the only show you need to listen to so as to win to the league.

9. Fantasy Baseball 411

Looking for information on what’s hot, who to pitch or ditch, deal or dump? Start listening to the Fantasy 411 hosts consisting of’s fantasy baseball expert and fantasy writer Fred Zinkie, Matthew Leach, an columnist, and occasionally, FanRag fantasy baseball writer Al Melchior who let you in on all the fantasy baseball details.

This podcast is beneficial whether you play daily fantasy baseball, rotisserie, league specific, head-to-head, mixed, or keeper or non-keeper baseball. You need this crew by your side to win because they’ve done that, and won.

Listening to the show will also give you more about the fantasy baseball 411 cheat sheet. It has been on the air since February 2015.

10. Baseball Central @ Noon

Baseball podcasts offer a great way for you to stay in the know about all baseball activities. When on your lunch break, you can listen to this informative podcast that airs between 12:00 – 1:00 PM Monday to Friday. It debuted on 25th September 2017.

The podcast is owned by retired Major League Baseball Pitcher and Author Dirk Hayhurst and Sam Cosentino, a Sportsnet lead CHL analyst.

The incredibly talented host Kevin Barker, a retired American baseball player played in the Major League Baseball as a first baseman for the Cincinnati Reds, Milwaukee Brewers, Toronto Blue Jays, and San Diego Padres. His co-host is Jeff Blair, a host at Sportsnet 590 the FAN. Together, they discuss baseball stories and happenings on-and-off the major and the minor league diamonds. They aren’t just die-hard baseball fans but also great entertainers.

11. Baseball HQ Radio

This is another incredible baseball podcast you don’t want to miss out on. It debuted in January 2012. It has a detailed analysis of all baseball games. The show’s host Patrick Davitt is a big baseball fan and an intellectual analyst who ensures that you do not miss any detail.

Alongside special guests, Patrick gives weekly fantasy baseball insights. If you’d like to know who will win the next game, listen to Patrick Davitt.

12. Atlanta Baseball Talk

This is a weekly baseball podcast that focuses on all things Atlanta Braves. It is one of the old but dedicated baseball podcasts having been airing since February 2010. The show is about to clock 400 episodes of only the best in baseball. The show’s host is Jeremy Brisiel an award-winning host, writer, and digital content producer. Jeremy gives detailed insights and also holds deep conversations on baseball with other experts.

13. FantasyPros – Fantasy Baseball Podcast

This is the podcast that provides all the hard-hitting baseball analytics. But, that isn’t all, this podcast also feeds you your daily dose of entertainment. It debuted in March 2016.

The show’s host is Bobby Sylvester, who holds a lively discussion with hundreds of experts. Besides hosting the Baseball Podcast, Bobby Sylvester also co-hosts FantasyPros Football Podcast with Mike Tagliere. He is also a writer for DFS and MLB Prospects.

The show is on the 82nd episode soon getting to the 100th episode of nothing but the best baseball analytics.

Through the podcast, you will acquire all the tips you need to win in your league. The podcast has a resource pool of more than a hundred baseball experts as well as correspondents. By listening in, you will learn how to pick, draft, and start as you receive a detailed analysis of the latest baseball news from around the diamond league. Therefore, before you pick your league-mates, ensure that you get the free analysis from the podcast.

14. FadeAway: The Baseball History Podcast

Baseball podcasts aren’t all about commentaries. Sometimes, an understanding of the history behind baseball games is crucial. So, if you are interested in baseball history, listen to Fadeaway: The Baseball History Podcast hosted by Eric Enders. The first episode aired in May 2016.

What do you know about Eric Enders? This host was weaned on Vin Scully as a baby and his obsession with baseball started at a tender age of nine. He has been a writer for over two decades on his beloved Los Angeles Dodgers, Ballparks, Negro Leagues, Latinos in Baseball, and the Deadball Era. His renowned authorship has been featured on, Sports on Earth, Austin American-Statesman, Variety, and The New York Times, among others.

Enders uses colorful characters to tell stories of this great National Pastime.

15. CLNS Red Sox Beat Podcast

As the name suggests, this is a dedicated Red Sox Podcast. It is owned by CLNS radio, a Boston-based online sports radio station known to broadcast some of the well-known sports radio shows in the whole country. This product of CLNS Radio covers all Red Sox and the Major League Baseball (MLB).

This is hands-down the best Red Sox and Major League Baseball podcast with talented hosts Lauren Campbell – a beat writer for the Boston Red Sox and The Boston Bruins at CLNS Radio; Jared Scali – a big Sports Radio talent and a writer; and Jess Thomas – the Red Sox Beat team manager, as well as a member of the Boston Celtics, beat team for the CLNS Radio.

To keep you informed of the latest in MLB and the Red Sox games, this podcast airs daily for 60 minutes, and you can listen to the show on-demand. An episode of the show is uploaded weekly. It started airing in 2009.

16. In This League Fantasy Baseball Podcast

This is a dedicated fantasy baseball podcast hosted by Bogman (Scott Bogman) – an author at In This League, and a host of several fantasy sports podcasts including basketball, football, hockey, and baseball; and The Welsh (Chris Welsh) – owner of the podcast with undeniable “boyish good looks” and a knack for sportscasting. The podcast which started in January of 2015 gives you in-depth information about draft strategy, trends, rankings, keepers, prospects, and a lot more. The podcast isn’t just informative but also entertaining.

New episodes are uploaded weekly. This podcast is currently in its 180th episode, and you can only look forward to more episodes of only the best in fantasy baseball.

17. The Baseball Talk Radio Show

Hosted by sports bloggers and podcasters Rich Baxter – the proprietor of Fightin Phillies blog as well as the Phillies Talk Podcast, one of the longest running independent podcast about the Phillies; and Gary Mack – a former baseball player and the sole proprietor of MetsMusings the unofficial weekly podcast that features recaps and analysis of the New York National League baseball team.

It debuted in May 2017. This podcast gives you the best news and current happenings in the world of baseball. Their podcast delves into what happened that week in the baseball world as well as the expected happenings ahead for the best baseball teams in pro baseball.

The podcast airs weekly, but it isn’t as consistent as other baseball podcasts.

18. The Fantasy Insiders Show

This is one of the best baseball podcasts you can listen to on your commute to work or during your lunch break, especially if you are into fantasy baseball and you are looking for tricks for the game. The podcast’s host Joel Henard (a social media specialist and a producer) sits with his co-hosts Mike Hilbig and Matt Lewton from The Fantasy Insiders Show that is powered by the It debuted in 2009.

Joel Henard is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and his podcasting career began with his show the Hoosier Fantasy Baseball Insider in 2007. is a site that writes about baseball and football action.

This podcast gets you up to date with the latest baseball league news. Other than baseball, this podcasts also shares insights on what is happening in the football world.

The show airs every Monday at 9 pm EST on the Fantasy Sports Network. The show has more than 300 episodes.

19. Minor League Baseball Podcast

This is an active baseball podcast that brings you everything you need to know about Minor League Baseball. writers Sam Dykstra (a former Major Leagues Baseball center fielder) and Tyler Maun (Creator/Host: The Show Before The Show and writer of the’s PROSPECTive Blog) are the hosts of the show. These big baseball fans break down the biggest stories in Minor League Baseball.

In The Show Before the Show, these hosts also examine everything that is going on outside the lines with a look at the business of the Minors. This analysis of the business around the minor leagues is by the baseball expert Benjamin Hill who is also a MiLB writer and the writer of The Topps Company and’s Ben’s Biz insert set.

So, for news about the latest signings and drops, be sure to listen in to these baseball experts.

The show has run 144 episodes since June 2015. It airs weekly, and it has attracted quite a following.

20. Fantasy Baseball Blog at

Any fantasy baseball fan has to listen to this podcast which shares and discusses everything that is happening in and around the baseball leagues. The podcast’s hosts are Ralph Lifshitz, the creator of the questionable and speculative lists for @Razzball and Michael Halpern, the founder of Imaginary Brickwall, an all-inclusive dynasty for baseball rankings.

This is the fantasy baseball podcast for keepers, dynasty leagues, as well as anyone else looking for information about baseball prospects. You can also listen to the show if you just need some entertainment, even when you have zero interest in the game.

This podcast airs weekly. The only complaint is the commercials that air in the middle of the show.

Also, if you are interested in a little more detail on all the games, you can waltz over to the site’s blog section to get more insights. The podcast first aired in May 2017.

21. Baseball America

This is another source of baseball information. Baseball America was recently sold by TEN (The Enthusiast Network) to new owners Alliance Baseball LLC, a company that owns franchises in two minor league baseball franchises. Alliance Baseball LLC is run by CEO, Gary Green, a businessman and an entrepreneur passionate about baseball and President Larry Botel, also an entrepreneur with interests in baseball.

Through the weekly episodes, this podcast, whose slogan is “Be a Better Fan” shares information on prospects through its host Kevin Kramer.

Baseball America Podcast also shares all the news in the world of baseball while covering games from the player’s development point of view. For this, the Baseball America staff delivers their take on everything happening in the world of baseball.

This podcast which debuted in 2006 analyzes baseball games weekly. BA analyzes the major and the minor leagues, but it emphasizes game prospects. You also get unparalleled coverage of college, and high school games, drafts, youth, and international games.

Final Thoughts

Baseball podcasts are the greatest source of baseball insights whether you are a die-hard fan, a fantasy baseball gamer, or someone who finds entertainment in conversations about baseball.

Also, if the idea of owning and running a baseball podcast appeals to you, listening to these podcasts ensures that you know more about the game and how to handle yourself on air. The hosts of these baseball podcasts started somewhere and their first day on air may be nothing like what you’re listening to at the moment. Therefore, listening to these baseball podcasts may be the motivation you need to become better.

From this review of the best baseball podcasts, we can all agree that the Sully Baseball Podcast is the greatest. Running a podcast for more than five years every single day, and still attract a huge following is no easy feat. Coming in close to the Sully Baseball Podcast is Effectively Wild.

If you live, eat, and breathe baseball, listen to these podcasts – they all have something special to offer.