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A new season is upon us! The first regular season episode of TINSTAAPP includes several emails, an expanded discussion on several guys that both Doug and Paul have noticed early on in the season, a look at their Model Portfolios from a BP project, and of course the Game of the Week.
The guys deep-dive their top 25 SP prospect lists and discuss the differences, similarities, and guys that they love the most this year and beyond.
The guys are back to discuss their recently released 2014 Starting Pitcher Guide. They answer some emails, look back at some best/worst calls from the 2013 guide, deep-dive this year’s guide, and get into how they feel about Pittsburgh’s future aces, Gerrit Cole & Jameson Taillon.
The guys return from a winter hiatus to talk Hall of Fame pitchers, Masahiro Tanaka, and the upcoming Starting Pitcher Guide that they are currently hard at work on.
Across two days, the guys talk about what the playoff matchups MIGHT be and then what they are and they do so without a flux capacitator, too.
The guys aren’t dead! Just a brief hiatus, but they are back to talk tons of pitching greatness including youngster Max Scherzer and Matt Harvey!
The guys get one of Felix’s worst starts of the season to break down as Texas unloads on him in the second inning. Plus Alex Wood’s insanity and Doug goes to Boston!
A quicker-than-usual episode that still packs a punch including a lot of reliever talk.
The double GOTW pod is a success as the guys break down four different pitchers including their new favorite: Jose Fernandez.
Paul & Doug discuss what is wrong with Jon Lester since mid-May and dive into Strasburg’s season. Next GOTW: Francisco Liriano at Mike Leake
Former teammates become foes in a tremendous battle of rising young arms in this week’s GotW.
Paul and Doug discuss the phenom Shelby Miller and how his 2-pitch arsenal makes for interesting sequencing followed by why superstar Clayton Kershaw wasn’t quite himself.
Paul and Doug breakdown the game of the year that wasn’t as Justin Verlander and Yu Darvish fail to match the hype of their matchup.