RotoGraphs Audio: The Sleeper and The Bust 01/21/14

Episode 88

The latest episode of The Sleeper and the Bust is now live! Jason Collette joins Eno Sarris to preview the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs.

As usual, don’t hesitate to tweet us any fantasy questions you have that we may answer on our next episode.

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or via the feed.

Thanks to Ian Miller aka Teen Archer, for the new intro music

Approximately 66 min of joyous analysis.

FSTA draft results mentioned several times in the show


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  1. mschieve says:

    I’ve heard the music that opens the podcast before, but I can’t pinpoint it. I think it’s a factory show, or how they made that type show that I occasionally become drawn into.

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  2. JoJo says:

    I know you’re rightfully focused on the MLB rosters but if you can you please touch on Braden Shipley and Joc Pederson Thursday, this dynasty owner would greatly appreciate it.

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  3. August says:

    Fantastic podcasts, thanks! Love the length since it allows you to go into depth on each player and explain your thoughts behind your valuation, not just your valuation.

    Thinkin it’s D-Backs, Dodgers next?
    Could you go over Gonzo and where he’s likely to bat in the line-up and Cingrani and his fb tendency in a fb park?


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  4. danny Johnson says:

    I listened to the A’s podcast, but wanted to hear your opinion of Jarrod Parker? If you take out the first and last month last year he was really good. What should I trust?

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  5. danny Johnson says:

    thanks Jason. In a keeper league, do I keep him, RA Dickey, or Addison Reed? All the same price. On a different note, do you prefer Aoki or Venable in a points league?

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