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Podcast: Divisional Races

September 14, 2012 | By RotoRob | comment on this post
Jake Arrieta has struggled for the Baltimore Orioles.
Despite the failures of their Opening Day starter Jake Arrieta (right), the Orioles keep rolling.

After the technical debacle that was last week’s Podcast, the boys and I were back Thursday night for another (mostly) glitch-free episode of RotoRob’s Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast, heard every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio.

As always, we covered a ton of ground this week, touching on such issues as:

  • Whether the Yankees have enough rotation depth after CC Sabathia to emerge victorious.
  • How magical this run by the Orioles has been.
  • Tim gets called on the carpet for his “dog’s breakfast.”
  • How Albert Pujols made MLB history this week.
  • Our take on the AL Central, where no one seems to want to grab the ball and run with it.
  • RotoRob bemoans dropping A.J. Pierzynski for Nick Hundley. D’oh!
  • As a 21-year-old, could Mike Trout possibly offer upside over what he’s doing this season?
  • Tim discusses the dilemma that would be owning the No. 1 pick in next year’s drafts.
  • Where will Chase Headley go in next year’s drafts?
  • How Marco Scutaro has become a major road warrior.
  • J.J. Hoover’s opportunity to gain traction in the Cincy bullpen.
  • A tip of the hat to Edwin Encarnacion for reaching the 40-homer mark. WTF?
  • Yu Darvish’s control issues this season, and how perhaps they are improving of late.

To hear the Podcast Fully, Completely, press the play button below!

 
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One Response to “Podcast: Divisional Races”

  1. [...] Chase Headley simply isn’t slowing down. As great as his August was – good enough to make him the first Padre to be NL Player of the Month since Tony Gwynn in May 1997 – he’s smoking it even more this month. How about a .344 mark with six dingers, 21 RBI and a steal? Headley took a big step forward last year, but what he’s done in 2012 is simply mind-blowing and makes us wonder where he’ll land in next year’s drafts. [...]