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    Episode 72: "For you will still be here tomorrow, but your dreams may not"

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    In Episode 72 of For All You Kids Out There, like the Mets we are playing out the string. Also like the Mets is takes us three hours to finish the job. In the first half of the show, Jeffrey and Jarrett chat about a Thor sequel we aren't really looking forward to, make some offseason plans, and discuss the latest revered Met feuding with the team. In the second half of the show we are joined by Meg Rowley to talk about fandom, "our guys," and how this all changes in your thirties. Then in the third half of the show we answer your e-mails, riff for a while on Shohei Otani, and indulge in a very long pro wrestling segment.

  • 01:02

    Cubs Sweep Cardinals Triumphantly, Finally Getting Healthy

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    The Chicago Cubs sweep the St. Louis Cardinals in defending World Series championship fashion, all while their core guys continue to get healthy and comfortable in daily game action. 

  • 00:59

    9/18/2017: Episode 67 - Late Night Baseball and Forever Giants

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    This week, Sami and guest-host Joanne discuss Ryan Vogelsong’s triumphant return to the Bay Area to retire as a Giant. They defend his Giants' legacy against callous national writers who just don’t get it, as well as plotting a similar return for other Forever Giants.
    They also discuss the late-night shenanigans of the win over the Dodgers last week, as well as digging into some playoff expectations. Will the Giants make things difficult for the Rockies? Will they get a single win against the Dodgers? Odds are, no. But that doesn’t stop them from hoping! Even if everyone has long since stopped believing.

  • 00:59

    ATW Episode 75: Japandering to the Crowd

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    Sung Min Kim of Sporting News stops by talk Shohei Otani and what we could be in the big leagues, the posting systems in Japan and Korea, and other potential stars we could see being posted over the next couple of years. Greg and Josh also discuss the Marco Estrada extension, Jose Bautista's farewell tour, Roberto Osuna's increased velocity, faces of the franchise, and a truly 2017 Toronto Blue Jays moment. Finally, they answer listener questions and give out Do Overs to Mark Shapiro and Matt Dermody.

  • 00:46

    The Red Seat: Episode 52-David Price to the Bullpen

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    In Episode 52 of “The Red Seat”, Jake Devereaux (@DevJake) and Matt Kory (@mattymatty2000 ) discuss the latest Red Sox news. Topics include:
    Is David Price to the bullpen the right move for the team going forward? Have two recent bad starts by Doug Fister changed the projected playoff rotation? What should the Red Sox do with a Chris Sale who is struggling over the last two months? Dustin Pedroia got hit in the nose, Hanley Ramirez has a sore shoulder, and Eduardo Nunez is still out. Where is the offense going to come from?! Christian Vazquez DH?!  

  • 01:03

    Ep. 89: Jim Callis on the 2017 MLB Draft

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    Ben Carsley and Bret Sayre of Baseball Prospectus are joined by MLB.com senior writer Jim Callis to discuss the upcoming 2017 MLB Draft including Hunter Greene and Brendan McKay as potential two-way players (25:00), Kyle Wright cementing his status as the nation’s top collegiate pitcher (31:30), southpaw Seth Romero and righty Corbin Martin as the biggest wild cards (36:00), the top prep hitters in Royce Lewis, Bubba Thompson, Austin Beck and Jo Adell (38:30), Jim’s affinity for MacKenzie Gore (43:00), the other top prep arms in the class in Shane Baz, D.L. Hall and Sam Carlson (46:00), intriguing fantasy sleepers like Keston Hiura, Quentin Holmes, Jeren Kendall, and Kevin Merrell (49:00), and finally break down the all-name team led by Jeter Downs (53:00).

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  • 01:07

    Episode 7: The Rise of the Two-Way Player

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    With the news of Shohei Ohtani's imminent posting from the NPB, this episode we talk with Sung Min Kim from the Sporting News about the posting system as well as a closer look at Ohtani. Harry and Kendall then discuss the precedence of two-way players in the Major Leagues and talk about what they've learned this week.
    Frank Howard MLBAM Outs Above Average Hunter Greene's future is on the mound Can Cincinnati Reds prospect Hunter Greene be this smart and this good? Yes

  • 00:43

    Episode 31: We're On Fire

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    Bryan Grosnick (BP) and R.J. Anderson (CBS Sports) look retrospectively at how the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros came to be in their current form.

  • 00:52

    Jays Journal Podcast - September 16. "Remains of the Day."

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    Jays Journal Podcast - September 16. "Remains of the Day."
    After a string of 5 consecutive one-run games and an inspirational victory over the Minnesota Twins, 4-3 on the road, the Toronto Blue Jays continue to play the dubious role of post-season spoilers across the American League with great success; further highlighting the importance of what these games could mean to young and exciting prospects ready to make the jump in 2018.
    Host Ari Shapiro is tickled pink and thrilled to bring you a gloriously high-octane round table filled to the brim with baseball wisdom, dynamic insight, excessive hyperbole and spotaneous wit; Chris Henderson (@Baseball4Brains) of Jays Journal, Geoff Falbo (@gfalbo13) of Deep Leagues, and Tao of Stieb (@TaoofStieb) of Sportsnet. Together, they fearlessly tackle the remains of the day:
    If success in September will sway fan perception of this team (3:01), how fans should feel about never experiencing a .500 record during an entire season (6:24), can Teoscar Hernandez save this outfield from continued mediocrity (11:45), how Anthony Alford could add a level of multi-dimensionality to the club (17:47), how a lack of depth changed the complexion of an entire season (28:15), the fickle nature of winning it all (31:39), how missing out on Encarnacion and Fowler captivates the imagination (37:40), and if the leadership triumvirate of Donaldson, Martin and Tulowitzki still matters (42:30).
    Tonight's episode was brought to you by: Cloudwifi (cloudwifi.ca). Do you live in a condominium and are paying too much for internet? Surf faster & save money by getting your building on-board and win a pair of season tickets for the 2018 Toronto Blue Jays regular season. E-mail bluejays@cloudwifi.ca today to see if you qualify.

  • 01:15

    The Catbird Speaks 9.7.17 - Giolito's Success and the AL Wild Card Mess

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    Nick and Collin got together on a Thursday afternoon to discuss the success of the White Sox young pitchers, the state of the AL Wild Card race, and a number of other random things. Among the topics:
    Lucas Giolito's most recent start, as well as how good he's looked during his brief time thus far with the White Sox. Reynaldo Lopez's return and whether or not there's any concern over the minor injury that kept him out for two weeks. Tim Anderson's rebound during the last month and what that means for his future. The Tigers' recent trades, what that means for them and what acquiring Justin Verlander means for the Astros. The mess of the AL Wild Card race and which teams, if any, are actually good. You can subscribe to this podcast on iTunes by searching for "The Catbird Speaks."

  • 00:28

    Thursday MLB DFS Talk for FanDuel and DraftKings - 8/31/17

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    DFSR’s Doug Norrie and James Davis take to the MLB podcast discussing an afternoon and evening slate of baseball action.
    They start with discussing Doug’s recent traffic violation ticket and whether he’s running bad in the “getting pulled over” department.
    For the early slate they break down Collin McHugh against the Texas Rangers and Jacob deGrom against the Reds in Cincy. Neither are fantastic options.
    There are a bunch bad pitchers going on the early though like Miguel Gonzalez and Bartolo Colon.
    For the evening they take a hard look at Madison Bumgarner’s season and whether or not it’s a concern on his dip in K rate. They also see Kyle Hendricks and Michael Wacha as cash game ready. All of that and more on a full MLB podcast for FanDuel and DraftKings.