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    ATW Episode 74: This String Plays Music

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    Greg and Josh discuss the recent news in Blue Jays land starting with the recent four game winning streak (and two wins over the Orioles). They continue with a breakdown of Joe Biagini's odd recent string of starts, take a look at the play (and projection) of the September call ups, express disappointment at Aaron Sanchez being shut down, parse Ross Atkins' words, and examine the recently released 2018 schedule. Finally, they answer listener questions, give a Do Over to the Blue Jays stadium ops, look at a bizarre ESPN segment, and talk about Darwin Barney's failed attempt at a slide.

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    It Begins: Pivotal Stretch Against Cardinals to Determine Division

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    Corey and Brendan preview the upcoming pivotal series against the second-place St. Louis Cardinals, highlighting key matchups. 

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    Episode 70: "Take out the trash day"

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    In Episode 70 of For All You Kids Out There, the Mets season is limping to the finish, but the podcast soldiers on. Not before spending the first 15 minutes debating where Luis Guillorme will land on the 2018 Mets Top Ten Prospects list though. There is still plenty of time for This Week in Matt Harvey, 40-man call-ups, Jeffrey's baseball playing hipster twin, and Tim Tebow. In the second half of the show we talk about the AL Wild Card race with Mariners fan and Our Good Friend Meg Rowley, who is much less excited about Gabriel Ynoa's call-up than Jeffrey is. Then in the third half of the show we answer your e-mails and somehow discuss Dom Smith again, two weeks after Jeffrey said there wasn't a real need to check back in on him for a bit.

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    9/11/2017: Episode 66 - At least the Dodgers are losing

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    The Dodgers are coming to town, so this week, Sami and Doug talk about how bad the Dodgers have been lately to distract themselves from how bad the Giants have been this whole year, and to try to get everyone hyped up for the series. And it worked! Beat L.A.! Beat L.A.! Beat L.A.!
    Will the Dodgers get to 100 wins? Will the Giants get to 100 losses? These are the hard-hitting questions facing 2017 Giants fans. Also, does Bruce Bochy hate Mac Williamson? Doug thinks so. And Sami continues to bemoan the lack home series against the Dodgers on weekends. Pablo’s hit-less streak was ended and the Giants even won two games. It’s better than the Dodgers’ week so we’ll take it. 

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    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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    Episode 29: A (Longer) Pirate's Life For Me

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    Bryan Grosnick (BP) and R.J. Anderson (CBS Sports) discuss a duo of Pirate extensions, some callups of younger prospects, a crucial NL Central injury, all known quantities in the Kansas City Royals bullpen, and much more!

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    Episode 6: Baseball and Psychology with Dan Brooks and Russell Carleton

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    This week Harry and Kendall welcome Dan Brooks from Brooks Baseball and Russell Carleton from Baseball Prospectus. We talk with Dan and Russell about how baseball relates to their professional field of study, psychology. Russell has a new book coming out, called "The Shift", which is available for pre-order. To steal a play from Russell's playbook, we command you to pre-order it.

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    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."

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    Jays Journal Podcast - September 12. "September Blues, April Joy."

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    Jays Journal Podcast - September 12. "September Blues, April Joy."
    As a plethora of reinforcements make their way to the true north, strong and free - the Blue Jays find themselves playing a rare brand of baseball which includes: clutch hitting, timely pitching, and outstanding defense against teams in dire need of victories. Last night's game against Baltimore and their recent series win against the (unfathomably bad) Tigers was further affirmation of the "September spectacle" put on display by the front office for all fans see.
    In lieu of such circumstances, we are proud to bring you a formidable round table comprised of three heavyweight minor league aficionados who know a thing or two about elite prospects; Craig Borden (@Craigers1221) of Jays Journal, Jason Woodell (@JasonAtTheGame) of Prospects1500.com, and Jesse Goldberg-Strassler (@jgoldstrass), voice of the Lansing Lugnuts. Tune in and listen as they discuss:
    What it means to witness youth on display during a lost season in September (2:30), how they collectively felt about hearing ESPN's Keith Law proclaiming Guerrero Jr. as the best prospect in all of MLB (7:49), thoughts on stretching Osuna into a starter and bridging the 2019 gap (19:01), if Biagini remains a viable option in the rotation moving forward (24:12), on the promise of Borucki (33:30), and how they will remember the 2019 season (39:31).
    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.

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    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. 

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    The Red Seat: Episode 50-Halfway to 100 with Alex Speier

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    In Episode 50 of “The Red Seat”, Jake Devereaux (@DevJake) and Matt Kory (@mattymatty2000 ) are joined by Alex Speier (@alexspeier )  discuss the latest Red Sox news. Topics include:
    Where are the Red Sox right now? Are they still in as good a position to win the division and advance far in the playoffs as they were a week ago? Should the Red Sox pursue Giancarlo Stanton or another big bat in the offseason? Does Doug Fister have a legitimate case to be one of the Red Sox four starters come playoff time? Was signing Pablo Sandoval a bad process, bad result, or both? What will the Sox do at first base in the 2018 season?