It’s time once again for us to take our faces for radio and voices for print to the audio airwaves for the latest edition of The Getting Blanked Podcast.

This week we we’re joined by Sam Miller of the Orange County Register, as we take a look around the league and talk about all the interesting things (TM), including Sunday Nigh Baseball, Vernon Well, Mike Trout and the use of sabermetrics. Then we speak with our friend and colleague Scott Lewis about being a lonely Pirates fan in Toronto, before bringing it all back home for our final thoughts on Jose Bautista at third base, Brett Cecil’s promotion, Zach Stewart’s demotion and the Travis Snider center field experiment.

Basically, if you’re not going to listen to this, you don’t deserve ears. Cut them off, now.

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