Podcast the Eighteenth!

And now a little something to kill time on a Thursday afternoon, and to fill you with rage over Dustin Parkes’ hating-on of Eric Thames Adam Lind the Toronto Blue Jays’ chances Ricky Romero: it’s the latest episode of the DJF podcast!

We’ll be be back again on Monday, and we want to hear from you! Call us (hammered) at 1-855-FOUL-TIP, or email us (hammered) at GettingBlanked@theScore.com with whatever is sticking in your craw, and next Thursday we’ll dissect the best the Monkey Army has to offer– like we did today!

If you’re more inclined to download today’s podcast, hit up the mp3 link.

The DJF iTunes page is up and running, so get on over there and subscribe– or update the subscription you already have to find the latest episode (once it’s up). You can also find it via our podcast RSS feed.

Mintmusical interludes courtesy Toronto’s own Optical Sounds. Be sure to check them out and buy every single fucking thing you hear at their site.

Comments (10)

  1. Need to lock up our ace Laffey asap. Get it done AA.

  2. Stumbled upon this pre-2008 season prospects list. Pretty Cool. Snider at 15, Rasmus at 6 on it. http://www.milb.com/milb/news/top50/y2008/profile.jsp?t=p_top&pid=501983

  3. Fuck me Parkes is an asshole. I wish Fairservice would have punched him the fuck out.

  4. Drew was right about Pauley-Lillibridge. This was the mistake everyone made and still makes that Billy Beane realised in Moneyball. Dustin is ignoring the fact that Luis Perez is just better than David Pauley, and giving far too much weight to the splits when Pauley in fact, just sucks. Luis Perez doesn’t at this point. The quality of the pitchers is far more important than splits that may normalise at some point.

  5. Stupid argument about Pauley/Perez. Missing a lot of the points.

    Completely missing the fact that any manager should have KNOWN that they would pinch hit Nava for Lillibridge if Paukey was brought in. Nava vs. Pauley compared to Perez vs. Lillibridge is not even close.

    Ferrell wasted a pitcher to give us a worse matchup. Even if they didn’t pinch hit, it still wasn’t a better option.

    Last point, statistics are important but not everything. Using the career stats for most players is the right way to go, but when you are talking about a guy like Perez, who has clearly shown a jump in his “stuff” this year, then it isn’t ALWAYS the best way to go.

  6. Seriously, can Dustin Parkes be any dumber when it comes to Ricky Romero?

    Yes, he was overrated by the casual fan because of his wins/ERA.

    What the hell does that have to do with his peripheral stats going down the tank!?!
    Can he please stop using “regression” like he knows what it means.

    Honestly, why is this guy on DJF at all?

  7. Yo, that’s what’s up trluufhtly.

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