After a two-week absence, RotoRob Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast, heard every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio, was back in action this week, this time featuring RotoRob.com MLB Editor Michael Seff.
Among the bases we covered:
- The 2014-15 RotoRob NHL Draft Kit is in full swing.
- RotoRob thinks the Nats, given how good they look, will be representing the NL in the World Series.
- Where would the Dodgers be without Clayton Kershaw?
- We offer up our impressions of veteran minor league reliever Erik Cordier, who finally made the majors after 10 years in the pros.
- Jonathan Broxton looked really dominant on Thursday.
- Danny Farquhar has shown great improvement in the Seattle bullpen this season.
- Steve Cishek is zeroing in on a 40-save season.
- We offer up our impressions of another retiring star — Paul Konerko.
- Michael talks about how young relievers can potentially have an impact on playoff bound teams.
- Jon Jay is expected to return to the team Friday after dealing with a personal matter this week.
- The Rockies continue to deal with that home-away Jekyll and Hyde thing.
- RotoRob can see Ron Gardenhire throwing Phil Hughes out there for one out to get his bonus should the Twins play an extra-inning game this weekend.
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