MLB 2018 Season Preview with Jerry Hairston, Jr. and Eno Sarris! March 15, 2018 11am – 12 noon pst

March 29, 2018

MLB 2018 Season Preview with
Jerry Hairston, Jr. and Eno Sarris!


Jerry Hairston, Jr. 
Dodgers TV Analyst, SportsNet LA
ex-Major Leaguer

Eno Sarris 
MLB Analytics Writer
The Athletic


MLB opening day is upon us, so Mike and Gino are excited to be joined by expert guests, Jerry Hairston, Jr. and Eno Sarris, for our baseball preview episode!

There are high expectations heading into the 2018 campaign, with none more than the defending NL champs, the Los Angeles Dodgers, so we will be joined by SportsNet LA’s in-studio pre and post game TV Analyst, Jerry Hairston, Jr. He will give us his take on what to expect from this year’s Dodger club, and what it will take to repeat as the NL representative in the World Series.

We will also have baseball’s analytics guru, Eno Sarris of The Athletic, on this week’s program. He will share his projections for the upcoming season in a variety of key statistical categories, as well as his predictions for the teams to beat in both the AL and NL. As seen in his guest appearances on the MLB Network, his expertise in the area of baseball analytics is second to none!

This is must-listen radio for all hardcore baseball fans!


Jerry Hairston Jr.,
who comes from the biggest major league baseball family, is currently a part of the Dodgers broadcast team on SportsNet LA.  He played sixteen seasons in MLB (1998-2013), and won a World Series ring with the 2009 New York Yankees. Jerry played for nine MLB clubs, and fielded every position on the field except for pitcher and catcher.

Since retiring, he’s been a central piece of the studio commentary broadcast before and after Dodger games alongside Nomar Garciaparra, Ned Colletti, and John Hartung on the home of the Dodgers, SportsNet LA.

Eno Sarris is a baseball analytics writer at The Athletic. Eno has written for FanGraphs, ESPN, Fox,, SB Nation and others. In addition, he is often invited as a television guest covering baseball analytics on numerous networks, including the MLB Network.

Follow Eno on Twitter @enosarris, and submit mailbag questions to