FanGraphs Audio: Very Famous Rob Neyer

Episode 364
Rob Neyer has been a champion of sabermetrics for about 20 years and an ally of emerging baseball writers for nearly as long. He’s also the 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 13 min play time.)


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9 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Very Famous Rob Neyer”

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  1. bigboneded says:

    Neyer is the best SBN writer not named Grant Brisbee.

    There. I said it.

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  2. Grant says:

    please consider making Rob Neyer a weekly feature on this program. thank you.

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  3. Danny Knobgobbler says:

    Are you ok, Cistulli? It sounded like Neyer shot you with a tranquilizer gun.

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  4. syh says:

    Yes, please have Rob on more often. That was fun.

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  5. julia11 says:

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  6. Hephaestus says:

    That was a very delightful podcast, very much enjoyed it. Please bring him back soon. I must go and stoke the fire now.

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  7. ecocd says:

    What more is there to say about Yuniesky Betancourt? How about his peculiar August splits? He becomes a different player in late July – August. It’s the strangest thing, but it’s a career long pattern and it looks like it’s happening again this season. That and his semi-successful move to first base will likely garner him yet another major league contract in 2014, despite likely finishing the year with a negative season fWAR. Strange, but true.

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