On the 32nd episode of the DFA podcast, Bryan and R.J. take a left turn from their recent discussions about good teams to talk about a bad one: the San Diego Padres. Sure, they talk a bit about Clayton Richard’s extension, but it’s mainly an excuse to talk about the interesting young players on the Friars’ roster and their fascinating skipper, Andy Green.
Looking to Single-A for long-term help.
Joe Maddon is going to have to trust one of his young players this postseason.
The walls are closing in for hitters and catchers as they share more physical space than ever.
Los Angeles tries to hold off Cleveland, Chicago gets one in Milwaukee, and Texas sneaks back into the race.
Do you remember when you were excited for the baseball season to start?
Some of our sons (Jason Kubel) were always large; some (Alfonso Soriano) weren’t but are now.
This week Harry and Kendall discuss pitcher similarity scores. Where did they come from? What are they? What can they be used for? And what might they evolve into. This week Kendall learned a little about Ted Williams, and Harry learned something from Neil deGrasse Tyson.