FanGraphs Audio: Dayn Perry Questions Everything

Episode 420
Dayn Perry is a contributor to CBS Sports’ Eye on Baseball and the author of three books — one of them serviceable and one of them, against all odds, something more than serviceable. He’s also the disconsolate guest on this edition of FanGraphs Audio.

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

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 1 hr 20 min play time.)


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  1. Bluebird in Boulder says:

    There appears to be an incongruity between the length stated (1 hr 20 min) and the length of the podcast (21 min).

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  2. Matt says:

    Not fixed yet. Ends at 21:09 through and if you download it.

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  3. Robert Hombre says:

    Fitting, then, that it’s Dayn Perry on Episode 420 of this show – ha, if you know what I mean, ha. Episode 420. Know what I mean?

    You do. You know – precisely – what I mean. .420 was Banknotes Harper’s Clutch factor. It would have been higher, but he arbitraged all manual transmissions into the thirsting void.

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  4. Eric the Red's fan says:

    Carson, Being an old audio guy… what tech do you use to produce your shows especially when you are in the road? Thx.

    Really dug the arbitrage show btw. I listen to them all.

    Keep it up young man!

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    • Sir, yes. For a while now, maybe two years, I’ve used a Blue Yeti mic and recorded over Skype with a program called CallBurner. Then I edit with Audacity.

      My knowledge of sound editing/quality ends there, more or less. It’s basically enough to make it sound not entirely miserable!

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  5. Mr. Observant says:

    I wanted to write a quick ‘thank-you’ for fielding my question and allowing the answer to said question to degenerate into a rather odd talk about Hitler’s grandmother and temporal displacement. I have to write, these podcasts are boss, totally boss. Excelsior!

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  6. Why are you not discussing baseball? Dayn is a baseball writer after all.

    I did stop listening after the initial warning.

    I just would like to get some explanation why this podcast appear on fangraphs.

    And why not under the NotGraphs section, if you necessarily must post it.

    I just don’t get it.

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    • August Fagerstrom says:

      Is it that big of a deal? I read FanGraphs every day, listen to all the Cameron podcasts and this remains my favorite thing on the site.

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  7. BigBubbaModerateTrubba says:

    This podcast is a giggle maker. Let’s just enjoy it.

    It also is my favorite thing on the site.

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  8. Erix says:

    Yeah, Yeah… HELLO!?

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  9. Jenstrom says:

    BOO! You didn’t answer my question! WTF?!

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  10. Englebert Humperdink says:

    The King of Romance thanks you for fielding his question and would like to clarify that the natural selection arena is the Thunderdome. I thought this was assumed.

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  11. scatterbrian says:

    Nicknames inspired by this edition of FanGraphs Audio that may or may not be added to my Out of the Park player nicknames database:

    Black Desolation
    American Bluff
    Dirty Peak
    Rank Idiot / Rank Bastard
    Depressed Baboon
    Man Womb
    Sex as a Verb
    American Chop-Suey
    The Penis of Mercury
    Rolling Paris Brownout
    Ding Dong Made of Dollars
    King of Romance
    Death Drunk
    Not a Nazi
    Bourbon Stains
    10 Lbs. of Gold
    Giggle Beans
    Prescription Frank & Beans
    Chubby Greyhound
    Meatball Subs
    Duchess Wrists
    Irish Ass

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