RotoGraphs Audio: The Sleeper and The Bust 05/11/2014

Episode 117

The latest episode of The Sleeper and the Bust is now live! Jason Collette and Nick Minnix discuss players on the mend, players breaking down, changes in starting rotation, 2-start pitchers, and of course, closer craziness.

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 74 minutes of joyous analysis.  

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6 Responses to “RotoGraphs Audio: The Sleeper and The Bust 05/11/2014”

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  1. Grant says:

    Dustin Ackley has been productive as of late.

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  2. Player To Be Named says:

    A few pairs of players for you, wondering who you’d rather have going forward:

    Garrett Richards or Nate Eovaldi?
    Andrew Cashner or Homer Bailey?
    Anibal Sanchez or Hisashi Iwakuma?

    All trades I’ve seen recently (with other filler players thrown in), wondering who got the best of those deals.

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  3. dude says:

    Wieters’ walk year is this year, not 2015.

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    • Jason Collette says:

      No, it is 2015.

      From Baseball-Reference:

      2014 Status 2nd-Year Arb Eligible, Earliest Arb Eligible: 2015, Earliest Free Agent: 2016

      From a recent article:

      “Because Wieters is unlikely to sign a long-term contract, the Orioles were expected to look into potentially trading Wieters sometime before he hits free agency following the 2015 season. Any serious elbow injury could complicate such plans.”

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  4. Goldie Wilson says:

    Nick owes me a beer for the Red Wedding Part II, or what I am calling that Tyler Lyons’ start against the Cubs last night. Sheeeesh.

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