FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes All Mike Trout

Episode 379
Dave Cameron is both (a) the managing editor of FanGraphs and (b) the guest on this particular edition of FanGraphs Audio — during which edition he largely discusses Mike Trout’s age-21 season, but also Mike Trout’s age-20 season, too.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 41 min play time.)


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11 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes All Mike Trout”

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  1. TroutGraphs says:

    TroutGraphs Leaderboard (ranked by Troutliness):

    1. Mike Trout
    2. Mike Trout
    3. Mike Trout
    4. Dave Cameron’s Leaderboards
    5. Mike Trout

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  2. Jonathan says:

    Ted Williams posted a WAR around 58 in his first 6 seasons and unfortunately those were sandwiched around WWII, but that’s quite a mark for someone who would just be approaching FA by today’s rule.

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  3. dfives says:

    didn’t pujols come pretttttty close to posting hof #’s in his first six years?

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  4. Angelsjunky says:

    Trout’s default game is 1-3 or 1-4 with a walk, which almost seems disappointing when it happens. Its amazing to me that a game yielding a .400 or .500 OBP feels like a disappointment. What a player.

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  5. Troll Kruk says:

    How many Triple Crowns does he have won?

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  6. AB says:

    Just want to say, this podcast is now eminently listenable. I’ve been a fan since long before that was the case just because it was really right up my alley in terms of tone and content. And I am pleased for all those striving for things everywhere that this podcast now has a decent flow, appropriate doses of awkwardness, and chuckle-worthy moments, which some years ago were more likely to be cringe-worthy moments. I cringed out of love and kept listening, and now I chuckle proudly. Kudos to you CC and Dave.

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  7. Ben says:

    Carson – at one moment you mentioned the Fringe Five column you do but I swear it sounded like you said French Five, instead. I think that would be a great Not-Graphs post. The French Five – ranking either actual French people, French baseball players, players who you think should be French, or something along those lines.

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    • Magick Sam says:

      I’ve long felt that Chris Denorfia should be French. He looks like he should be the star of a quiet film about the human condition, more comfortable letting cigarettes burn into two-inch long ash stacks than patrolling the outfield.

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