FanGraphs Audio: Aaron Gleeman, Aamerican Hermit

Episode 275
A free-flowing conversation with Aaron Gleeman — contributor to NBC’s Hardball Talk and longtime proprietor of — that occasionally touches on mature subjects.

Don’t hesitate to direct pod-related correspondence to @cistulli on Twitter.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 1 hr 33 min play time.)


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  1. Petetown Matt says:

    Cistulli, for god sakes get yourself Football Manager 2013.

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  2. PBI says:

    Aaron Gleeman is a God.

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  3. AustinRHL says:

    Shouldn’t this have been a “FanGraphs Aaudio” episode instead?

    On second thought, based on the content of the past few weeks of the podcast, it might be more responsible to split it in two: Dave Cameron’s appearances can retain the current title, but the rest get lumped into a new podcast called “Shooting the Shit with Carson Cistulli.” I still enjoy it quite a bit because Carson makes very interesting observations and asks offbeat questions, but at this point, I don’t think there’s much point in pretending that there will be baseball content.

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  4. ppabich says:

    WTF is not the podcast of record. Uhh Yeah Dude is. 2006 for life!

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  5. ppabich says:

    Mark Maron is not the podcast of record. Uhh Yeah Dude is. 2006 for life!

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  6. Ken says:

    On the comedian/TV show of record bit: even in the era of limitless choices for media consumption, I think people still want to watch what everyone else is watching. “Everyone” else is an overstatement, but at least what your like-minded peers watch. Gives us water cooler conversations and all that.

    The other factor is the winner-take-all nature of entertainment consumption – at least from my perspective. I’ve got two kids and a busy job. I’m acutely aware that my opportunities to explore new shows, music, etc. are finite. I’m not going to give something a fair shot unless it has the imprimatur of friends or critics whose opinion I trust. When there’s enough critical mass, like The Wire or Louis CK, I’ll check it out. And with rare exceptions like The Shins, I’m satisfied.

    Carson – a sincere thanks for your podcasts. I enjoyed this one in particular.

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