FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes All Baseball

Episode 280
FanGraphs managing editor Dave Cameron analyzes all baseball — and, in particular, the part of baseball concerning Evan Longoria‘s new contract. Also: Hiroki Kuroda. Also-also: Michael Ynoa and 16-year-old pitchers, generally.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 34 min play time.)

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9 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes All Baseball”

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  1. Jason says:

    Kenji Johjima and Kazuhiro Sasaki left MLB to play in Japan while still under contract, couldn’t Hiroki Kuroda have signed a multi-year deal and done the same if he wanted to?

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  2. Well-Beered Englishman says:

    I suggest we swamp the next Dave Cameron chat with Darwin Perez questions.

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  3. Tsunamijesus says:

    Carson has discriminated against people lacking limbs more than once. Do you ever do this in your day-to-day life or is this a little trope you’ve constructed for yourself? Does your podcast personality has a totally different set of prejudices and flaws? Would you be so literary as to orchestrate your own life? Your act is exposed, good luck maintaining it.

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  4. Watson says:

    Is it possible to get Dave a better microphone? I love listening but I feel like I’m missing half the content some times

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  5. Paul says:

    I like the comment on trading away all your pitching prospects, but wasnt this a moneyball thing? Didnt Billy Beane trade away all his pitchers who threw over 90 in the system. It still amazes me that some concepts in that book never took off like OBP did.

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  6. patk says:

    Ever since the new Apple OS ejected the Podcasts from the “Music” app into their own app, “Podcasts,” I’ve had an extremely hard time downloading each week’s “Dave Cameron Analyzes All Baseball.” The new app keeps recognizing the last week’s “Dave Cameron Analyzes All Baseball” as the current week’s “Dave Cameron Analyzes All Baseball.”

    Maybe adding the date at the end of each “Dave Cameron Analyzes All Baseball” title would change this by making each title different? I hope this gets remedied. Great podcast!

    *I second getting a mic for Cameron

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