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Ben and Sam discuss the decline of Ubaldo Jimenez and whether the Rockies saw it coming when they sent him to Cleveland, then talk about the Angels' off-season plans for Torii Hunter and Dan Haren.

Episode 51: "What the Rockies Knew About Ubaldo/The Eternal Torii Hunter/Declining Dan Haren"

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Man, I really miss the old, dominant Ubaldo. All arms and legs and heat.

By the way: please don't ever start a podcast with a crying baby. I have three kids and that is sound worse than the worst kind of rusty nail being dragged along the worst kind of dry chalkboard, ever.
Oddly, Sam picked that sound, and he's the podcast host with an actual crying baby at home. He must have had crying babies on the brain.
I love the sound of this crying baby! But, objections noted.
I agree with no more crying baby. My headphones were turned all the way up. No bueno.
I nod to the thought that W-L records are what you grew up with, and I agree that extremes are fun with this stat. But it's a red meat stat, a black hole of simplicity and that's why it has appeal.
Love the podcast, and I realize this request will backfire like it did for the Reds guy, but can you please devote at least one topic to the Padres? I think the only mention of the Padres was when Sam mentioned that he predicted they would do better than the Dodgers from May until the end of the season. Even if the segment was devoted to Sam gloating over that prediction I would be happy.

If history is any indication, we'll be talking about the Padres very soon.