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bnpodcastimagesmallIt’s the 45th episode of the BN Podcast for your listening enjoyment. Turn it on, and become enraptured.

This week we hit on a months’ worth of emails that take us from making friends at the ballpark to the financial situation in Cubs-land to the minor league statistical prowess of the Macho Man Randy Savage.

We also get into the tenuous Jeff Samardzija situation and the morality of big contracts for PED users.

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Enjoy:

  • Tim

    Who are the columnists that he respects Brett? I am guessing Jesse Rodgers is one, and he is counting you as the other.

    • http://www.bleachernation.com Brett

      I’m actually not sure, to be honest. And I certainly wasn’t going to make him identify them on the air. :)

  • http://bleachernation ferris

    Sign garza trade shark that simple..sign arroyo hed be a good fit this yr and another trafe poss, nxt year..

    Garza
    Arroyo
    Wood
    Jackson
    Arrietta

    Solid rotation…this yr.
    Garza 4yr 60m w option for fifth yr…..,arroyo 2yr 23mil.

    • praying the cubs get ready to win

      Loving it, if not Arroyo, even Hughs

  • D-Rock

    I’d be all for this plan, ferris. Like Bosio said, we need pitching & lots of it!
    http://trib.in/1dzJUqo

  • cards suck

    Cards spending money we spending pennies on junk

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  • AB

    Loved the part on the 2 1/2 year old. My wife and I are the only one in our group of friends who have kids, and we get those same looks! Very refreshing to hear someone else talk about their kids throwing fits ha

  • Mick

    Nice podcast guys and I liked the story Sahadev shared about his son. It reminded of this story and pics of parents encouraging their kids’ imagination by creating scenes with their toys every night after they went to bed: http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/refe-tuma-dinovember.

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