FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron

Episode 178
Managing editor Dave Cameron makes his weekly Monday appearance — this time on a Tuesday. Topics discussed: the sanest possible discussion of the Cole Hamels-Bryce Harper kerfuffle; the NL East, who Cameron regards as the favorite in it; and Jose Altuve: a franchise player, perhaps, but of how good a franchise?

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 42 min. play time.)

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6 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron”

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  1. rustydude says:

    Not surprised by the “scratch his nuts” comment made by Dave Cameron on this podcast, since as a young adult he watched Norm Charlton pitch for years with the Mariners. Norm was noted for all the “adjustments” he made while on the mound. Some friends and I would have a contest over how many adjustments that Charlton would make from the time he entered the game, through all the warm up pitches, until he delivered the first pitch. Often the total would exceed 10 times.

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  2. Jason says:

    “My pop culture preferences are all 15 years old”

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  3. MikeM says:

    Congrats on the run! Team in Training is a great organization.

    Wrong about Skyline Chili, though. Those coney dogs are the best.

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  4. rambodiaz says:

    Dave Cameron, the loyal FanGraphs Audio listeners are here to help you.

    You can, in fact, see a 3D view of the route that Google is suggesting in its directions. Once you enter your starting and ending address and then click “Get Directions”, to the left of the “Driving Directions to [wherever]“, you’ll find a button labeled “3D”. Click it and it will take you on a 3D tour of the route you’ve chosen. For best results, you’ll need to pause the animation (pause button is at lower left) for the data to load completely before taking your journey.

    See it in action by clicking here.

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