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  • 00:59

    Ben Zobrist's Numbers Since Wrist Injury, Schwarber's Rough Weekend, Cubs D

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    Corey and Brendan cover lots from the weekend series against the Arizona Diamondbacks: Ben Zobrist's continuing cold stretch, Schwarber's strike outs, Baez's offensive and defensive play, and the Cubs defense in general. The upcoming series in Chicago against the Cincinnati Reds is previewed to close this episode. 

  • 01:10

    Lookout Landing Podcast Episode 23: Zach Milkis and a lot of book talk

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    John is off finding himself in some wild west town or some bullshit, so staff writer Zach Milkis and fellow book enthusiast joins Kate this week. They talk “Deadgar Weekend” (™ John)  and try to wrest a tiny bit of joy out of what was truly a remarkable suckfest, with mixed results. Speaking of suckfests, Zach and Kate revisit their Curse of the Amazon and ponder if that's the reason for the Mariners' recent struggles. They also make fun of Parker Bridwell’s name for a while, because you make fun of things so they can't hurt you, and discuss the Orioles series, which was...a win? We guess?
    The duo take a moment out to appreciate the Mariners' women in baseball night, and then look over the upcoming series. Hint: here be dragons. But there might be good things coming in Haniger's return (which might mean bad things for Ben Gamel), Marco Gonzales might be fun, and Emilio Pagan (aka Zach's homeboy) definitely is.
    Other topics include: book shaming, Matt Christopher, the potential for a Mark Twain/Joyce Carol Oates twitter takedown, and how Jerry Dipoto might sign a ten-foot alligator (only if it had options, natch.)
    For some reason, Kate discusses the 1995 film Showgirls on not one, but multiple occasions.
    Music: "Fuego," Bomba Estereo; "We Can Work It Out," Stevie Wonder; "If There’s A Hell Below (We’re All Gonna Go)," Curtis Mayfield

  • 00:56

    Episode 247: Trade deadline mayhem

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    Welcome back to Amazin' Avenue Audio, where we didn't even realize our Good First Baseman was as good as gone.
    First up, Brian Salvatore is joined by Green Rickey himself, Steve Schreiber, to discuss the trade deadline, and why we would be totally fine if the Mets made a trade with the Angels. (1:19)
    Steve Sypa checks in with the minor league players of the week. (40:34)
    Brian Wright looks at the top 5 Mets trades of all time. (45:46)
    And, finally, Kate Feldman checks in on the Panic City Meter. (52:13)
    As always, you can listen or subscribe to the podcast through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, listen through the embedded player below, or download the podcast directly from Blog Talk Radio. 
    You can follow all of our contributors on Twitter: Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap), Steve (@sschreiber13), Steve (@SteveSypa), Brian (@BrianWright86), and Kate (@kateefeldman).

  • 00:48

    ATW Episode 70: This Whole Deck is Wild

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    Greg, Josh, and Nick discuss the relatively successful last week of Blue Jays baseball. They talk about the crazy AL Wild Card race, Marco Estrada's waiver claim, Jose Bautista's hot streak, Marcus Stroman becoming a true staff ace, the constant injury roster shuffle, the signing of Brett Anderson, Aaron Sanchez to the pen, and the mystery of Rob Refsnyder. They also answer listener questions and give out Gold Stars to Ryan Goins and Ian Kinsler. 

  • 01:25

    Episode 2: DIPs, FIP, DRA and You

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    On Episode 2 of Stolen Signs we briefly recap SaberSeminar 2017, answer a listener email about how to learn more about baseball stats, and we have a discussion about pitching metrics with Jonathan Judge of Baseball Prospectus and Neil Weinberg of FanGraphs.
    You can email Kendall and Harry at stolen_signs@baseballprospectus.com and follow them on Twitter @stolen_signs.

  • 01:34

    Episode 20: DFA Deadline Extravaganza

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    Host Bryan Grosnick (BP) and producer Shawn Brody (BtBS, BP Mets) have a special trade deadline show for you! Starting an hour before the trade deadline, the DFA crew will take you through the biggest trades of the day with Craig Goldstein, Patrick Dubuque, Jeffrey Paternostro, Emma Baccellieri, Kate Morrison, and Aaron Gleeman.

  • 00:27

    Friday MLB DFS Talk for FanDuel and DraftKings - 8/18/17

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    DFSR’s Doug Norrie and James Davis take to the Friday MLB podcast talking a full evening of baseball action. They start the pod discussing some of the news and updates coming from DraftKings where they’ve added the Billionaire Maker for Week 1 NFL, the Pick’em contests and the 7PM only contests.
    Then they breakdown Max Scherzer vs. Corey Kluber as the starting pitcher one on both sites.
    They also take a look at Zack Godley and Carlos Martinez as potential pivots for GPP.
    On the offensive side of things we’ve got another game in Coors Field with the Rockies coming in at the highest implied run line. But we’ve also got James Shields against the Rangers and both sides of the Mets/ Marlins look interesting.

  • 01:06

    Bleeping David Robertson

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    On this edition of the Nasty Cast your favorite dancing boys Nathan Dokken (@NathanDokken), Ron Rigney (@theRealMaday), and Van Lee (@ManlyVanLee) discuss Bryce Harper's value after injury, play Legit or Quit with Miguel Cabrera, CJ Cron, Eddie Rosario, Mark Leiter (Jr, duh), and Corey Spangenberg. They also rank three studs in their order of value going forward, and go over some closer reports for the Angels and Twins. Check out the Nasty Cast on Twitter @NastyCastBGFS, and check out the new Fantrax Dynasty Baseball Podcast starring Nate, Ron, and Van on Fantrax Radio! You can also find all of their written work at Fantistics and bigguyfantasysports.com!

  • 00:56

    Stayin' Alive (BP Kansas City Episode 67)

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    The Royals haven't played very well in August, but they're hanging on. Despite their struggles, they're still in view of a path to the playoffs and the next two weeks will shape their destiny. With half their games against Cleveland and a series against Wild Card contender Tampa Bay, the Royals will have a shot to take control. If they slip up, they're odds get more and more slim.
    On top of that, we updated the Mike Moustakas home run chase. With the team record all but broken, we reflected on the symbolism and meaning of watching a long-standing record fall. We've been tracking this chase all season, so hopefully by our next episode, Kansas City will have a new home run king.
    Follow the Vault at @KCBaseballVault. Follow host Jeff Herr at @TheJeffReport, co-host Michael Engel at @michaelengel. You can also email feedback to KansasCityBaseballVault@gmail.com. Email us a question and if we answer it on the air, we’ll send you a gift certificate to our friends at Kelly’s Westport Inn.

  • 00:49

    7/31/17: Episode 62 - Haze From A Garbage Fire

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    This week, we chat with Lana Berry about this weekend's Giants vs. Dodgers series and the Dodgers playoff hopes. Meanwhile, Sami and Doug discuss the continued fecklessness of the San Francisco Giants: including the trade of Eduardo Nunez, a possible return of Pablo Sandoval, Brandon Belt's misadventures in base-running, and the looming trade deadline. The Dodgers are very good and the Giants are not. It's a lot of fun for the whole family. 

  • 00:47

    Jays Journal Podcast - August 14. "Cold Hard Facts."

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    Jays Journal Podcast - August 14. "Cold Hard Facts."
    The glorious reclamation project that is your 2017 Toronto Blue Jays continued their winning ways with the kind of effort not usually expected from names like Tepesch, Refsnyder, Lopez, Aoki; and yet this gaggle of replacement parts refused to capitulate in defeating Tampa Bay, 2-1. As the team jostles for position in a crowded wild card sweepstakes, there can be no doubting that this team still believes in itself and the possibility of post-season play.
    First up on tonight's jam-packed show is Sportsnet's baseball editor, Ben Nicholson-Smith (@bnicholsonsmith), who joins host Ari Shapiro in discussing: his impressions of this current homestand (3:15), how much credence should be given to media perspectives on what's fact versus fiction (4:17), how the Rays line up against the Jays in this crucial four-game set (7:17), thoughts on Josh Donaldson and if he should be considered an irreplaceable asset (11:57), and an exclusive update on the health and future of Devon Travis (15:22).
    Next, we're thrilled to bring you a round table featuring three brilliant baseball minds: Ian Hunter (@BlueJaysHunter) of The Sporting News, Colin Teskey (@TeskeyRadio) of the Fan 590, and Brendan Panikkar (@Panikkar37) of Jays Journal, as they offer us their candid thoughts on: if the 2017 edition of this team has any hope for a playoff berth (22:05), if being owned by a media company is a detriment to fan and franchise (27:33), if a redemption narrative ends up being a trump card for ownership (30:25), should fans view the price ticket increase as a blessing in disguise (32:45), and how they feel about Donaldson finishing his career as a Blue Jay (35:23).