FanGraphs Audio: Fantasy “Friday” w/ Hulet, Sanders

Episode Twenty-Two
In which the panel takes a deep breath.

Headlines
Justin Smoak: The Man Who Launched 1000 Puns
Marc Hulet Hearts Sinkerballers
¿Que Pasa, Lou Piniella?
… and other verbal fisticuffs!

Featuring
Marc Hulet, Prospect Maven
Zach Sanders, Deep Breather

Finally, you can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or other feeder things.

Audio on the flip-flop.

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7 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Fantasy “Friday” w/ Hulet, Sanders”

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  1. giantsrainman says:

    Off Topic – When today (4/27) can we expect your stats to update. It is already 7am ET and I have not seem them not updated this late before.

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  2. Yevgeny says:

    Thanks for another great ‘cast! How did you get Michael Cera to play “Carson Cistulli” (smirk) on these?

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  3. Matthew Bultitude says:

    I love the Podcasts, but I have one piece of constructive criticism: the “fantasy” themed editions must be more timely.

    Carson mentioned that this edition was being recorded on April 21, but it wasn’t published until April 26. Certainly there was some bad luck here, but a bunch of things happened that would impacted the players discussed. Kevin Millwood pitched twice and raised his BB total from 1 to 7. Chris Davis was optioned to AAA on April 22nd. Justin Masterson got lit up by the woeful Oakland offense.

    If the podcast is recorded Wednesday night, post it Thursday morning. You can still call it Fantasy Friday, but waiting to post it doesn’t help anyone. It’s not as important for normal editions of the podcast, but fantasy is a time-sensitive endeavor.

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  4. RonDom says:

    Nothing constructive, just wondering what song the intro is?

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