FanGraphs Audio: Dayn Perry Mixes Business with Business

Episode 340
Dayn Perry is a contributor to CBS Sports’ Eye on Baseball and the author of three books, now — one of them serviceable and one of them, against all odds, something more than serviceable. In this edition of FanGraphs Audio, he mixes business with other, different business.

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

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 53 min play time.)


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7 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Dayn Perry Mixes Business with Business”

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  1. Asmo says:

    I want a video of Cistulli dancing at the wedding. You can’t talk about it for 10 minutes without giving us a taste.

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  2. mkultra says:

    Every other podcast in the world should be required to have a disclaimer stating that you won’t fine the kind of amazing humor and joy found on the cistulli-perry episodes of fangraphs audio

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  3. Railroad Baron Chester Amtrak says:

    you rang?

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  4. Brett says:

    Dayne mangles the word “detritus” around the 29:00 mark. You should have called him out Carson.

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  5. markB says:

    Think its pretty clear Dayne crossed a line about a fourth of the way into this pod and carson having taken offense was unwilling to meet him half way on there normally humors exploits but thats just one mans opinion

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  6. DavidJ says:

    No one looked older on 1980s baseball cards than Jerry Reuss. And, unlike Niekro, he was actually still in his 30s back then.

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  7. Schwartz says:

    At 13:56 the correct answer is “New Edition”. BBD was just one of the spawns of New Edition- Much like “Happy Days” or anything that had starred Robert Urich.

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