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Now a little something to kill time on a Monday afternoon: it’s the DJF podcast!

And today we’ve got just Drew and I, with no one filling in for the hopelessly disinterested Wally Pippp, as we talk about Edwin Encarnacion, Mark DeRosa, #GibbyTheComplacent, and veer off deep into the dark side!

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

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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.

 

Image via @ItsDanielGeorge.

Comments (14)

  1. Aj Burnett for 2014?

  2. How did you guys not talk about Lawrie tearing the cover off the ball!!?!

  3. There’s always at least one line in these that makes me spit up my drink. Today was the South Park reference from Drew. Well done.

  4. You guys are right – it HAS to be next year. If they are out of it by trade deadline next year, they kind of have to start rebuilding. Hopefully by that logic AA can get another 20-25M over current commitments and get at least one solid starter and one solid position player.

    Add in the health of Lawrie and Reyes and Morrow and Happ and maybe we see a real competitive team.

  5. laughed at loud multiple times at “less of a platoon, more of a big ol’ pile of shit!” too funny

  6. Really? Making fun of Redomond’s ability to strike people out? He has 44 k in 43 innings.

    There are plenty of reasons to make fun of him, but the ability to strike people at , at this point, is not one of them.

  7. I know it was pretty tongue-in-cheek, but I can’t believe for a minute that d’Arnaud was ever thought of as blocked. More likely, they were concerned about his durability as a catcher. The post with the Doug Davis interview pretty strongly suggests this.

  8. I work late and I really enjoy listening, but this one was not my favorite by a country mile…

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