FanGraphs Audio: Dayn Perry, Arch-Patriot

Episode 274
Dayn Perry, contributor to CBS Sports’ Eye on Baseball and author of two books (one of them serviceable), reveals himself (once again) to be America’s No. 1 American.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 1 hr 2 min play time.)


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13 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Dayn Perry, Arch-Patriot”

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  1. effete briton says:

    “and that you are still perspiring a little from said activity.”


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  2. DoctorInternet says:


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  3. Andrew says:

    49 minute mark is epic

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  4. Chike says:

    Yoga fire.

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  5. jcxy says:

    cancel the podcast awards, we have the winner. with apologies to matthew berry, marc maron, and the guy who won the macarthur grant from wnyc’s radiolab…each of their finest hours does not hold a candle to the sublime entertainment composed here by mssrs cistulli and perry.

    thank you.

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  6. Nils says:

    Thank you for answering the question, “who let the dogs out?”
    And thank you Carson for barking like an idiot.

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  7. Kyle says:

    This was a very strong edition of the podcast, for whatever reason.

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  8. fhyrew says:

    The phrase we were looking for, Kyle, is “maximum bucking power.”

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  9. Internet Colossus says:

    Attila the Hun and Hoobastank

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  10. Theo says:

    Best thing to call English people:

    Island monkeys.

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  11. PJCJ says:

    calling your wife out on a podcast is a little chancy. suck it up and it will past….

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