FanGraphs Audio: Roundtable with Cameron and Keri

Episode Eight
In which the panel considers everything and its mother.

The Next Questions in Baseballing Analysis
Theo Epstein and UZR: Frenemies?
Twitter and/as Sports Reporting
Over/Unders of Note
Jonah Keri Doesn’t Mention Bloomberg Sports
… and other wild speculations!

Dave Cameron
Jonah Keri

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

Audio on the flip-flop.


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8 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Roundtable with Cameron and Keri”

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  1. bikozu says:

    Awesome job with these, Carson, I love listening to these on the way to school. I hope you can keep this level of output up during the season!

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  2. Bradley says:

    Great podcast! I’m going to listen to that first part twice!

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  3. Ryan L says:

    This was my favorite one so far. Loved the Epstein/Ellsbury/UZR conversation.
    Nice way to spend a lunch break at work listening to this.

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  4. Tommy says:

    Are you guys serious with that intro music? I want to listen to the podcast, but good god is that ever something that makes me want to hit the stop button and move on to the next thing I’m doing.

    That intro music basically tells the audience, “Be prepared for boredom for the next 30 minutes”.

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  5. Wicked says:

    love these shows. The music cracks me up and reminds me of NPR’s This American Life…actually, Carson kind of sounds like that host too now that I think about it…hmmm

    A show about how NOT to get laid, lol, that’s pretty accurate really…anyone tried using these topics at the clubs? Can’t imagine that going over too well.

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