FanGraphs Audio: My 91-Year-Old Grandfather

Episode 235
The host’s 91-year-old grandfather, whose opinions have been documented previously within the electronic pages of FanGraphs, is the guest on this edition of FanGraphs Audio. Discussed: ways in which the host has failed to fulfill his potential. Also: the Yankees of the 1950s. And finally: management advice for the current iteration of the Boston Red Sox.

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

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 37 min. play time.)

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11 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: My 91-Year-Old Grandfather”

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  1. Bill says:

    Awesome.

    Reminds me of my dearly departed grandmother who, ~15 years ago, explained to my then-14-year-old sister that she would never get a job with the shoes she was wearing (she was wearing those 90’s Keds at the time).

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  2. Dr. Internet says:

    Who cares …

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  3. Sir says:

    FFW, words to live by. Er, letters, anyway.

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  4. david manel says:

    Would love to hear from your two or three, whatever the case may be, other grandparents.

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  5. PrettyRicky says:

    This warmed my heart.

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  6. Oliver says:

    I guess with Kevin Goldstein’s mom no longer gracing the internet with her radiant presence, we’ll have to make due with Carson’s grandfather.

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  7. Stoph says:

    It was entertaining, thanks for publishing. I would enjoy a conversation between Dr Internet and Phil Cistulli, I feel it would have gravitas….and also not gravitas.

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