Episode 11: Phenoms



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Episode 11 of Stealing Home is all about phenoms, the young players we love to love.


At the top of the show, I talk to Jason Parks of Baseball Prospectus about seeing phenoms on the other side. He is a prospect analyst, and follows these guys from the start.


Yasiel Puig has taken the league by storm, and newly-minted band Puig Destroyer is dedicating music to him, with a sound that matches Puig’s game in intensity.

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Chris Cwik is a baseball writer, but not so long ago he was in charge of the scoreboard for the Washington Nationals. And he happened to be there during a pretty cool time for the franchise.

That, plus a ground-breaking MVP of My Heart.


Note Drop, Broke for Free

If, Broke for Free

Smile, Michael Veazey

Talk to Me, Jahzzar

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  1. said...

    The bullpen can seem to be a word all its own sometimes, so I spoke with Twins closer Glen Perkins to get the scoop on just what goes on in that little section behind the outfield.

  2. said...

    The prospect of making massive amounts of sapphire for the world’s most valuable technology company was too hard for GT to pass up, even though its inexperience and inability to scale ultimately cost the company much more than the nearly $1 billion that was invested in the project

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