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Episode 21: The Divisional Series

Jen, Mary and Sarah break down the LDS round with special guest Liz Roscher.

The end of the nine-inning start and how we got here.

THT Audio
Episode 21: The Divisional Series

Jen, Mary and Sarah break down the LDS round with special guest Liz Roscher.

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