FanGraphs Audio: Let Dave Cameron Clear His Throat, Literally

Episode 409
Dave Cameron is both (a) the managing editor of FanGraphs and (b) the guest on this particular edition of FanGraphs Audio — during which edition he utilizes grit and desire in analyzing all baseball despite a persistent cold.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 36 min play time.)

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10 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Let Dave Cameron Clear His Throat, Literally”

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  1. tz says:

    Hope Dave’s cold wasn’t brought on by either (a) traumatic fatigue from the epic 2013 Hot Stove season or (b) failure to blink frequently enough to properly push germs safely down the front of the eyes through the tear ducts to the front of the sinus cavity (aka the nose).

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  2. DavidJ says:

    Er, the podcast ended mid-sentence at the 25:31 mark . . .

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  3. Peter R says:

    I think the Pope commentary was spot on. I would appreciate a NotGraphs article rating all the Popes (all 266 of them) on their potential GM abilities. Thanks.

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  4. fhyrew says:

    I hoped to never get leukemia before listening to this, and now I REALLY REALLY hope to never get leukemia.

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  5. David Well's Gout says:

    1: DJ Kool reference was sublime.

    2: More pope lists (I’ve actually looked them up before myself).

    3: My nightmares are now firmly built on the foundation of Cameron’s marrow sample horror stories. I truly feel for him, and am happy he seems to be better.

    4: Also, he sounded like shit. I found myself grimacing on my walk to work everytime he “cleared his throat”.

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