RotoGraphs Audio: The Sleeper and the Bust 11/7/13

Episode 79
Today’s episode of The Sleeper and the Bust stars yours truly and features RotoGraphs editor Eno Sarris. We discuss the effects of a signing in Tampa Bay and the third base crop.

Don’t hesitate to direct pod-related correspondence to @mikepodhorzer or @enosarris on Twitter and tweet us any fantasy questions you have that we may answer on our next episode.

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Intro by DJ Sinton (no, contrary to popular belief, I do not moonlight as a rap star)

Approximately 47 min of joyous analysis.


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Mike Podhorzer produces player projections using his own forecasting system and is the author of the eBook Projecting X: How to Forecast Baseball Player Performance, which teaches you how to project players yourself. His projections helped him win the inaugural 2013 Tout Wars mixed draft league. He also sells beautiful photos through his online gallery, Pod's Pics. Follow Mike on Twitter @MikePodhorzer and contact him via email.

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  1. Train says:

    Congrats, Mike, on the Tout Wars mixed win. That is huge! How much do you thin your personal projections played a part in your win?
    Love the podcasts. Quality not quite there, lol, but content is excellent from both you and Eno. Thanks much for keeping me sane during the off-season.

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    • Thanks! My projections always play a big role because that’s what I base my dollar values on. I performed really well in all my leagues this season, so I had a good projecting year.

      Ha, yeah, Skype was very problematic this episode. Sometimes there are no issues, but the majority of the time, there are problems. Wish there was some better alternative to record the two of us.

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      • Justin says:

        I’ve had better results with google’s services in terms of stability for voice/video, but I think the recording options are more limited.

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