It's Baseball Prospectus's newest podcast: DFA! Host Bryan Grosnick (Baseball Prospectus), co-host R.J. Anderson (CBS Sports), and producer Shawn Brody (Beyond the Box Score, BP Mets) are talking about all the transactions and roster moves that make MLB go. From trades and signings to callups and disabled list stints, DFA is here to provide analysis and commentary on all things baseball.
On the 18th episode of the DFA podcast, R.J. returns from his busy schedule to talk about pitchers and fringe prospects. (And to record his first cold open!) Bryan, Shawn, and R.J. discuss a fistful of important deals, starting with the Royals' acquisition of Trevor Cahill, Brandon Maurer, and Ryan Buchter from the Padres for Matt Strahm, Esteury Ruiz, and whatever's left of Travis Wood. Then it's on to the Twins acquiring Jaime Garcia (late, and not for long) along with veteran backstop (emphasis on the back) Anthony Recker from the Braves for Huascar Ynoa. And yeah, we cover the Red Sox acquiring Eduardo Nunez-though maybe they don't need him in the Rafael Devers era-and Robert Refsnyder to the Jays and David Phelps to the Mariners and … well, there's a lot going on. Just check it out!
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- Transaction Analysis – Kansas City Buyers (by Bryan Grosnick, Zach Crizer, Craig Goldstein, and George Bissell)
- Transaction Analysis – Nunez and His Helmet Fly to Fenway (by Shawn Brody, Erich Rothmann, and Mark Anderson)
- Transaction Analysis – The Bridge to Knebel (by Kate Morrison, Nick Schaefer, Scott Delp, and Gideon Turk)
- Transaction Analysis – Panda 2.0 (by Patrick Dubuque, Brett Cowett, Aaron Gleeman, Martin Alonso, and Mark Anderson)
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