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Ben and Sam join/are joined by Carson Cistulli of FanGraphs and FanGraphs Audio for a longest-ever episode about the worst predictions teams and players made about themselves this season, Bryce Harper's historical significance, and the players who led the league in our hearts in 2012. We talked for almost an hour, so adjust your commutes accordingly.

Episode 56: "A Very Special Simulpodcast with FanGraphs Audio"

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rawagman
10/04
It's a good thing my normal route was blocked off today and I had to backtrack. Added an extra 20 minutes to my commute. Still not enough, though...
bornyank1
10/04
"My commute is too damn short."--Effectively Wild listeners
Sammy30
10/04
That was fun. Could this become a weekly thing?
randolph3030
10/04
I've never felt like a bigger geek than when I laughed loudly and hardily at a Mark Trumbo UZR joke.

I gave myself a weggie.
bornyank1
10/04
Can't think of a suitable Sloan lyric to describe laughing loudly at a UZR joke.
randolph3030
10/04
Everybody laughs with the joke
And we're laughing
And she don't know
What it means
- 500 Up.

That's the on-the-nose one.

But, really, it makes me think of this:

"Allright/Oooooh/Out and about with the Junior Panthers."

I like to think of us BP'ers as a gang. Not a badass gang like the Hells Angels, but the kind of gang that would call themselves the Junior Panthers and feel bad about breaking laws like running red lights.

Plus, the whole 'dance in the basement', 'mother's basement' thing...
bornyank1
10/05
Well done.