FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron, Analyzing All Baseball Again

Episode 325
Managing editor Dave Cameron is the guest on this edition of FanGraphs Audio, which has been released during twilight in Boston.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 46 min play time.)


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  1. John says:

    Well said, Carson. Thank you.

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    • Well-Beered Englishman says:

      Indeed. The emotion of today’s events is palpable in Carson’s voice, in the slowness of his vocal tread, and the introduction is direct and sincere and poetic in a fitting way. Today was a terrible day and those first five minutes are five minutes I hope Carson never has to evoke again in light of future events; but now, at least, they are to me five of my favorite minutes from this programme.

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    • That Guy says:

      Seriously – well done Carson. I don’t know that I wouldn’t have re-cut this considering all the news and all that and tried to make myself sound better. I’m glad you left this up and hope you continue to do so. It makes the overall story mean something important to people like myself and you’re totally right – baseball isn’t important, but I’m here because baseball is most important to me now. I’m glad you put this up and hope you leave it up so we can listen to it for months and years as, of course, news of this event changes.

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  2. dp says:

    Listening to this, I’m reminded of the Brazilian soccer legend Socrates, who said the following in regard to his political activism and its presence in sport: ā€œIā€™m struggling for freedom, for respect for human beings, for ample and unrestricted discussions, for a professional democratization of unforeseen limits, and all this as a football player, preserving the ludic, and the joyous and pleasurable nature of this activity.ā€ This has nothing to do with politics, and little to do with sport except for the joy we derive from it, but I think you’ve summoned the basic spirit of Socrates here, and in unhappy circumstances to boot. Thanks, Carson.

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