Here’s a section of our live stream from yesterday that was sort of overshadowed by the whole Travis Snider being sent down to Triple A Las Vegas thing. In the clip, Andrew Stoeten and I discuss John Farrell’s efforts so far as manager of the Toronto Blue Jays, and we both agree that there’s no such thing as a grace period when it comes to being in charge of a Major League Baseball team.
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