Podcast the Thirty-Second!

And now a little something to kill time on a Thursday afternoon: it’s the latest episode of the DJF podcast!

And this week @archizuber is once again back, filling in for the hopelessly disinterested Wally Pip, helping Drew and I tackle the issues from a yet another depressing week.

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.

We’ll be be back again next Thursday, 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 we’ll dissect the best the Monkey Army has to offer!

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 (6)

  1. I’m just starting into this podcast.

    Holy shit, this level of defense of Snider is insane.

    It’s espescially ridiculous how you look at the Jays handling of Snider in a vacuum.

    Yeah, if LAA hadn’t jerked around Brandon Wood he’d be a superstar…or at the least they should have traded him at his peak. I guess the same could be said for Andy Laroche. And, oh yeah, Brandon Morrow, Brett Lawrie, Colby Rasmus, Yunel Escobar, Carlos Villaneauva…

    Shaun Marcum brought back Brett Lawrie. I’d argue that Brett Cecil with his years of control, left-handedness and former top prospect status were worth more than Marcum after 2010. I’d also argue that Brett Cecil after 2010 was worth around as much as Snider was at his peak value as a PROSPECT.

    If you’re going to take management (both JP & AA) to task for not selling off Snider at his peak, the same should apply to Cecil among others. And the same should apply to every other GM in the league because it happens to all of them.

    It’s almost as though top prospects fail all the time in a completely unpredictable fashion.

    • Glad you’re hearing what you want to hear, friend.

      • Please. That’s on the level of your “okay champ” defenses.

        Far be it for you to acknowledge the context of the entire situation and how this happens to all baseball teams.

        Prospects aren’t sure things that can only be ruined by management and coaches. But it’s a convenient after-the-fact narrative.

  2. 15 million for a washed-up Haren??


  3. Was a great pod cast, I laughed hard a couple of times, I really hope you continue them throughout the playoffs and offseason on a regular basis.

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