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Ben and Sam read responses to previous topics, then answer listener emails about Mike Trout, questionable bullpen decisions, what WAR is missing, and more.

Audio intro: AC/DC, "I Put the Finger on You"

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Out-of-left-field hypothesis: Kind-of-old guys outperforming FIP due to BABIP is partially due to veteran pitchers getting friendly hit/error rulings by scorekeepers. It's already established that veteran pitchers get friendlier calls from umpires on called pitches, why wouldn't they also be getting breaks from the official scorers?
My grandpa played professional basketball in the fifties, and when I was a kid he was incapable of a layup. Time is heartless.