It’s the 25th episode of a super awesome podcast featuring me and Sahadev Sharma (and a guest who turns out to just be Sahadev). You can listen to the podcast there below, or download it for later listening. You can also subscribe via iTunes. Here’s your iTunes link, and you can also find it by searching in the iTunes store. For those of you who use other feed-catching services, here’s the podcast feed. For those of you just tuning in who want to catch up on prior episodes, here’s the whole lot.
As always, you can send questions, comments, etc. to the official podcast email address (podcast AT bleachernation DOT com) if you want your thoughts included on a future show. We had another huge set of emails in this one, getting us into unfairly hated Cubs of the past, the merits of the DH in the NL, intentionally not signing your top draft pick, making a deadline “buy” trade even when you’re out of it, and the quiet presence of Derek Johnson. Plus more. Lots more.
On this week’s episode we talk about the Wrigley renovation deal, the problematic closer situation, and the lack of fundamental success. Sahadev also walks us through what it’s like to cover a game as a beat writer, and also explains the interrelationship between beer, his gut, and his microphone. I also discuss the relative merits of diving into coins, dollars, and moist foam balls.