Happstravaganza time!

Yes, it’s time for our regular Friday trip around baseball to talk about the interesting topics (TM), with a little Jaysturbation (or not), cooking tips, heresy, trains (?), car noises, and even more depressing realizations about just how ridiculously out-of-whack MLB’s alignment is thrown in for good measure (or not): it’s a brand new episode of the Getting Blanked Podcast!

This week we spoke to Twitter’s @Marc_Normandin (aka Marc Normandin of Over the Monster and The Hall of Nearly Great!)

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Comments (10)

  1. Fuck off Parkes!

  2. Geez, I was looking forward to listening to this podcast but why do you have to talk about Dark Knight spoilers? Was Batman traded for Lawrie? Not worth it, stopped at 3:00.

  3. dustin sucks

  4. why doesn’t anyone think that Astros needed to take on Francisco and Cordero for the deal to go down? really changes the perspective of the deal. People are taking for granted that Francisco and Cordero are off the books

  5. I think Stoeten and Parkes summed it up. This is a pretty ho hum borderline shitty trade and the only thing I could add in the Jays favour is that they have so many downed arms that the Jays are concerned that they are going to have to force real pitching prospects to perform at levels they shouldn’t be. (ignoring the fact that Alvarez is in the Majors this year)

  6. Wow Parkes, you really hit the nail on the head.

    Repeating the level does not mean as much as drew and Stoeten, imply, remember Halladay had to be sent back to A from the MLB.

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