RotoGraphs Audio: The Sleeper and the Bust 7/18/13

Episode 39
Today’s episode of The Sleeper and the Bust stars yours truly and features RotoGraphs contributor and ranker extraordinaire Zach Sanders. We discuss the updated consensus rankings once again.

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 43 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. Todd says:

    Coors Field aids power and batting average. Cuddyer’s been a solid BA contributor throughout his career despite playing most of it in pitcher’s parks. To expect the sort of collapse that belies a ranking of 26th among first basemen is indefensible. Even if Cuddy spends 25% of the 2nd half of the shelf, he’ll still be a top 20 guy, at worst.

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  2. maxamuz says:

    Mike Podhorzer. Go to Ebay or The NY Mets store, buy yourself a Lucas Duda poster and learn to respect Lucas “The Main Event” Duda.

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