FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes All Baseball

Episode 229
FanGraphs managing editor Dave Cameron, as per usual, makes his weekly appearance on FanGraphs Audio and analyzes all baseball.

Discussed:
• Against the guest’s will, 27-year-old Cincinnati right-handed minor-leaguer Todd Redmond and his invisi-ball.
Starlin Castro‘s contract extension, why the Cubs did that.
• The 19-inning Pittsburgh-St. Louis game and the NL Wild Card race, generally.

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

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 30 min. play time.)

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

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  1. clayton says:

    If there’s ever a underhand knuckleball pitcher who comes up and throws one above average performance I can’t wait for the article from Mr. Cistulli.

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  2. dan w says:

    Does Carson’s late podcast existential crisis segment have a sponsor yet?

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    • joser says:

      Carson Cistulli’s odd obsessions and existential musings brought to you by Pfizer, the makers of Zoloft. Zoloft, when you can’t stop thinking about the peculiarly mediocre.

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  3. Well-Beered Englishman says:

    Firstly: this is the first time I have, in fact, listened to the Cistulli podcast. I found it a considerable pleasure.

    “This IS the type of player you like. And he sucks.”
    “Yes, but he sucks in an unusual way.”

    I think there should be a NotGraphs derby to determine the most Cistulli-esque ballplayer (“a person who survives despite mediocrity”; “not as interested in greatness as you are in peculiarity”). The first round shall consist of Perry-nickname-style nominations and vigorous debating. The second round shall consist of winnowing these nominees down to determine the Most Cistullian Player (MCP).

    In fact, I think there should be an AL and NL Most Cistullian Player, and that the award should be dispensed annually. THIS MUST BE ACTED UPON.

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