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  • Episode 179: New Year, New Team

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    Mike Gianella and Zach Steinhorn break even more transactions in recent days: the Seattle-Cleveland-Tampa Bay three-team trade (2:11), Yonder Alonso traded to the White Sox (9:50), Tanner Roark traded to the Reds (13:12), the Phillies signing Andrew McCutchen (16:47), the Mets signing Wilson Ramos (21:05), the Yankees signing J.A. Happ (26:51), the Astros signing Michael Brantley (30:11), the Royals signing Billy Hamilton (33:21), the Rangers signing Lance Lynn while the Angels sign Matt Harvey (38:09), and the Rockies signing Daniel Murphy (46:56)

  • Episode 142: "Well, my year started about a year ago"

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    In Episode 142 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett wrap up the 2018 year in podcasts with Seth Lugo rumors, Yasmani Grandal contract offers, rumored Adam Jones contract offers, and a very robust MMA/pro wrestling segment. 

  • The Red Seat: Episode 103-Eovaldi Is Back and The Winter Meetings Begin

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    In Episode 103 of “The Red Seat”, Jake Devereaux (@DevJake) and Bryan Joiner (@bryanjoiner ) are joined by Matt Collins (@MattRyCollins ) to discuss the latest Red Sox news. Topics include:
    Was the Nate Eovaldi signing good for the Red Sox? What will be on the agenda for the Red Sox at the Winter Meetings? What does the relief pitching market look like right now? Who are the Red Sox targets for the remainder of the offseason? Listener Questions!

  • ATW Episode 125: The Frozen Meetings w/ Shi Davidi and Bennett Brauer

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    Greg, Josh, and Nick discuss recent Blue Jays news and developments including the release of Troy Tulowitzki, the Rule 5 surprises, Randal Grichuk's future role with the club, moves within the division, and the odds of Bo Bichette cracking the roster in 2019. They are then joined by Shi Davidi of Sportsnet (26:15) to discuss reactions from the floor in Las Vegas, news of Jays' discussions with agents, potential payroll plans, and roster building strategies the team is likely to employ. The guys then answer a few listener questions before speaking with Bennett Brauer, a former minor league GM (49:35) about the minor league version of the Winter Meetings and what is important in season to a minor league baseball team. 

  • Young, Scrappy, and Hungry (BP Kansas City Episode 120)

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    Is the Royals outfield wide enough? Are the Royals throwing away their shot? Kansas City sure didn't wait for it and went out and signed center fielder Billy Hamilton. It might be nice to have Hamilton on our side. 
    On top of that move, the Royals signed utility man Chris Owings, and carved out some space on the 40 man roster to make room for likely Rule 5 picks as they finish up a somewhat busy but curious Winter Meetings. 
    Programming note: While what you've known as BP Kansas City is being absorbed into the larger Baseball Prospectus site, if you're subscribed to our podcast through iTunes or another app, you should still continue to receive new episodes as they're published just like you always have. 
    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.
    Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes and BlogTalkRadio. You can also download this episode here (mp3).

  • Episode 70: Boys of Summer

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    Bryan Grosnick (BP) and R.J. Anderson (CBS Sports) tackle some big name pitcher injuries, leaders for the Cy Young award, the Yandy Diaz callup, and much more!

  • Episode 48: Winter is Coming - Cubs not good at the All Star break...or for 2018

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    We take a look at our biggest disappointments and pleasant surprises of the season. The starting pitching has been bad. The bullpen has been good. The offense has not been good.
    There's a lot of negative stuff to cover but the guys valiantly try to focus on the positive.
    Can Theo Epstein keep the window of contention for this team extended for another few years? Ryan sure thinks so. But only time will tell...
    And Joel is back with his patented 60 seconds with a former Cub.

  • The Catbird Speaks 10.2.18: Sixty-Two And One Hundred

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    The White Sox 2018 season is over. They went 62-100. Nick Schaefer, Collin Whitchurch, and Frank Firke got together to talk about it. Among the subjects:
    -The general disappointment of the pitching staff. What to make of Lucas Giolito, Reynaldo Lopez, and Carlos Rodon going forward.
    -The fact that there's still hope for Yoan Moncada, and optimism over Tim Anderson's production.
    -Thoughts on the White Sox's timeframe for contention, particularly given the glut of injuries to Michael Kopech and various other prospects.
    -Team-building thoughts coming off the success of this season's Milwaukee Brewers.
    -Postseason thoughts. Who is going to win the World Series? Who do we want to win the World Series?

  • TTO Episode 100: Whether You Like It Or Not (Probably Not)

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    Missing baseball already?  This episode will help at least as much as thumbing through old issues of Baseball Digest.  After a four month break, TTO shakes off none of the rust and talks life, Scoresheet, and everything in between.
    We recorded this podcast a week before the World Series, but we saw our shadow when we came out to record, so it took a few weeks to get the episode uploaded.  Feel free to add that to your ever-growing list of complaints.

  • Episode 11 - The Hunt for October

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    Kyle Lesniewsky joins Vineet Barot to discuss the Milwaukee Brewers and their emotionally draining, heart breaking series against the Cubs. The Brewers are right in the middle of the hunt and the duo discuss: Craig Counsell's performance, Josh Hader's role now and in the future and should Brewers fans really root for the Cubs in their upcomng series against the Cardinals? 

  • Ep. 10: I'm Sorry

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    There Is No Offseason is a podcast that focuses exclusively on dynasty and long-term keeper formats. We talk major leagues, minor leagues and we never miss an opportunity to take a jab at Craig.

  • Feed Change

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    Hello Stolen Signers, we've changed our podcast hosting and there is a new RSS feed. If you're subscribed to this feed, please change your feed to https://stolen-signs.fireside.fm/rss to get all the new episodes. 
    Episode 8: Pitcher Similarity Scores  Episode 9: Playoff Formats and Rosters w/ Rob Arthur, Ben Diamond, Greg Matthews, and Travis Sawchik