Alright! It’s time for our regular Thursday 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’s topic: WBC fever, Roy Halladay, the Yankees, and more!

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Comments (2)

  1. Question for the next podcast :

    Where do you see Rickey Romero by mid season, Toronto, Buffalo, or with Dr. Phil?

  2. Hey Stoeten

    One of the most interesting things about this blog is your evolution. I kind of miss the early days when you were more fiesty, less sensitive to the PC crowd, and less mainstream but it’s all great stuff.

    Legit question: Have you ever been approached by a player, another columnist, or anybody for whom you were surprised, who told you they read your blog?

    I’m certain some columnists, if not all, read this. A few times I’ve read an article and could have sworn the piece was eerily similar to the comments I’ve seen on here.


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