August 27, 2015
Gleeman and The Geek #212: Crowded Roster Problems
On this special midweek, podcast-only "Gleeman and the Geek" episode we watched the Twins-Rays game and talked about Byron Buxton's place on the roster, the Twins' crowded starting rotation, how the Twins' remaining schedule compares to their rivals, giving up your first born child, the turnaround of the bullpen, the joys of a pennant race, Miguel Sano statistical porn, and West Coast baseball.
Gleeman and The Geek: Episode 212
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Bones is an unbearable homer. Not only should Hunter not be starting but Robinson should be seeing playing time over him.
Comment by Tom Vessey — August 27, 2015 @ 8:45 pm
Nothing is as whacked or as unfortunate as the Mauer situation. Even if he was making 8 million per year it is still significantly worse than any other that was mentioned in the podcast. As Kepler and Walker and frankly anyone else who can fog up a mirror are cheaper and better options. It saddens me to make this comment about Joe but felt it needed to be done.
Comment by Robert — August 30, 2015 @ 10:18 am