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In the "Grand Slam Single" edition, imagine that, we're talking about a potential shortstop AND a trade the Alderson front office hasn't made. Yes, the Mets were (are) rumored to be interested in Ian Desmond, so Jeffrey and Greg bemoan having to still talk about shortstops, and then proceed to break down the pros and cons of a potential Desmond deal. That still leaves plenty of time to go over the 2015 Mets ZiPS projections and answer potentially incriminating e-mails. All in a week's work on Amazin' Avenue Audio.
In the "“The Podcast is also cursed. That’s bad, but it comes with your choice of shortstops. That’s good! The shortstops contain potassium benzoate. Uh… That’s bad” edition, after a series of calamities befell our hosts (including a dead cell phone during the Rule 5 draft), Greg and Jeffrey finally get around to recording a podcast. There isn't much more to talk about than there was last week, but there is the John Mayberry, jr signing, a Rule 5 draft recap, and the final Shortstop Avenue Audio of 2014 to cover. There is also a terrible cocktail of the week and a whole bunch of your e-mails. See you in 2015! (unless the Mets do something big in 2014, so see you in 2015)
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Lenox Tillman - 19, 1.78 m (5'10) from Newnan, Georgia in her journey to become America's Next Top Model Cycle 21 winner. #TeamLenox ♥
The twenty-first cycle of America's Next Top Model (subtitled as America's Next Top Model: Guys & Girls) premiered on August 18, 2014. It is the 15th season to air on The CW, the 2nd season to feature both male and female contestants. Tyra Banks and Kelly Cutrone will retain their positions on the judging panel. Runway coach J. Alexander will return to the judging panel, replacing former judge Rob Evans while Johnny Wujek, creative director since Cycle 19, will be succeeded by photographer Yu Tsai. In keeping with the last two cycles, social media is a factor in eliminations, with public voting taking place on the show's official page.
In the "Sympathy for the Marlins?" edition, Steve, Aaron, and Jeffrey take on the chaos in Miami, the ontology of Noah Syndergaard's breaking ball, and where the heck the 2015 Mets are going to find some more offense (HELLO HELLO MR ALDERSON ITS CARLOS GOMEZ). Next Toby Hyde of Mets Minor League Blog joins the show to discuss this year's edition of the Savannah Sand Gnats, but we mostly just swap Luis Guillorme doing crazy things at shortstop stories. Finaly we wrap things up with a whole lot of book recommendations and the podcast triumphantly lifts a trophy
In the "Ragnarok >>>>> Thorsday" edition, Steve and Jeffrey just get thrown out there to see if they can podcast. Sio we tapdance a bit on Noah Syndergaard's debut (mostly because Steve was at an ROH show), and discuss what might possibly be the matter with Jacob deGrom. Next, because the show wasn't going to run long enough as it was, we go over your twitter topic suggestions, so get ready for a lot of pro wrestling, and some complaining about Terry Collins. Then, Jeff Moore from Baseball Prospectus joins the show to talk about the Mets prospects of note in St. Lucie (mostly just Robert Gsellman). Finally, we wrap things up with your e-mails and an extended Svenska Cupen final preview. Come on you blue and white angels!
In the "Live at Foley's 2: Podcast Harder" edition, Jeffrey, Chris, and Greg are Live at Foley's. And podcasting (harder). After a brief soujorn into terrible 90's music, it's time to preview the Mets minor league affiliates, or at least drool over the St. Lucie roster. Next, Ted Berg from USA Today (?!) joins the show to discuss the magic of small sample sizes, Jeff Francoeur, and Taco Bell breakfast. Then, Jeffrey butchers the Shortstop Avenue Audio theme after three beers, but we discuss Wilmer Flores' woes and reconsider some recent e-mails. That should be it, but the Mets played an incredibly weird baseball game last night, so look for the hidden track where Greg and Jeff discuss weird defense, weird pitch selection, and weird baseball.
In the "Not the Mercury Mets" edition, Jeffrey and Bryan take stock of the 2015 Mets after a bad week. But hey, the Mets are still in first place, so we can't get too down, right? On the other hand, we have to discuss the Mets defense again. Then, Jeffrey gets annoyed about the service time manipulation around Noah Syndergaard and Steven Matz, again. Then it is time for your e-mails. Jeffrey finally addresses the Jenrry Mejia thing, and the podcast quickly goes off the rails. We get back on track after a certain popular jingle and wrap things up with a pro wrestling e-mail. Sounds about right.
In the "#sandysmess" edition, Steve and Jeffrey discuss the benefits of camel milk, shake shack express lines, and the Juan Lagares extension. We also debate Rafael Montero vs. Dillon Gee, celebrate the return of Cesar Puello, and answer eight of your e-mails. There is also of course an (abbreviated) Swedish soccer update and a lot of Wrestlemania talk. I guess it's Armbar Avenue Audio this week, but hey, it's also the last podcast before actual Mets baseball, you guys!
In the "Well, we're here" edition, there is more talk about the 2015 Mets. This podcast has long been concerned with Carlos Gomez, and Jeffrey is interested again. Greg does not entirely understand what consitutes an extreme pro wrestling stipulation, but that can be forgiven we guess. We also stil don't know if the Mets are good, but the attitude towards this season versus "building a sustainable winner" may have to start changing. Oh, and Jeffrey went to Manchester, NH and watched some bad Double-A baseball in the freezing cold. There was good coffee though. We also answer your e-mails and things get a little dark, but they perk up for your weekly IFK Gotenborg update.
In the "Baseballs: Please stop hitting Mets in the arm" edition, Jeffrey, Steve, and Aaron take on the important questions of our times, like "Are the Mets...good," "Is Hansel so hot right now," and "which Met would you go back in time with to kill Hitler?" There are also multiple Champ Stuart e-mails, and we discuss the likelihood of Wally Backman, Marlins manager. Plus there is the usual soccer stuff, and a survey of the year in music: 2000.
Edith has just discovered that her most beloved little kitty cat, Catnip (she could cuddle him to fucking death), has suddenly gone missing! Implementing the skills that she sees Mr. K use, she decides to go on the case. The Case of the Missing Kitty Cat.
She finds herself far from home and gets herself into a situation that could prove to be far more than what she expected. With the discovery of a new adversary and perhaps one of the most criminal drug lords in all of Brentwood Heights, however will she be able to find Catnip without a little help? But from who?
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