The World Series ends, yet the podcast just keeps on chugging along. In this episode, Jason and I discuss the World Series, and more importantly, talk about the potential futures of the two participants, with a special eye on what the next few years might hold for Josh Hamilton. Then we talk about baseball that’s still being played, with an eye towards the Arizona Fall League and in-depth discussions of six of our favorite (for one reason or another) players there. After a two week hiatus, our Not manager returns as Not Ron Washington talks about the World Series and then in the first time in podcast history, our musical guest actually joins the podcast with a special appearance by Rob Warmowski of The Defoliants, who amongst things, now blogs about baseball over at Can’t Stop The Bleeding. Then it’s the usual end-game stuff with what we’re drinking and an update on our mental states.
A quick look at yesterday’s action in the off-season leagues.
The Blue Jays’ broadcaster discusses baseball in Toronto since 1985 and his former broadcast partner.
Why replacement level is important, and a fresh way of measuring it.
As players hit free agency, not everyone will come away with a big-league deal. Who might sign a minor-league contract?
What can the Angels do to regain their reign of AL West supremacy after being upended by the Rangers this year?
Wrapping up the Fall Classic with some quick hits about the Giants and Rangers.