One of the brightest prospecting minds out there lends us his perspective on a variety of subjects, including a number of Cubs prospects.
Episode 14 of the BN Podcast: Let’s Talk PITCHf/x Data with Harry Pavlidis and Make Ourselves Smarter
You’re about to go to school. But, like, a fun school. Like, you learn stuff, but you also play Heads Up Seven Up.
Is the rotation really better than last year? Is the Wrigley renovation funding plan really a good one? Was the Convention really a beer-assisted good time?
Is Hairston a good fit? What should the Cubs do about Garza? And why might the Cubs invite Sammy Sosa to come back to the organization?
It’s a super-sized edition of the podcast for you, touching on the Hall of Fame, the latest Cubs rumors, and lady-pickin’-up-skillz.
What are some of the better (worse?) moments from 2012, and what are the Cubs going to do with that rotation depth? Also: aliens.
This week’s podcast hits the Cubs stuff as hard as it hits the totally unrelated stuff.
What exactly did the Ian Stewart and Nate Schierholtz signings tell us about the future of the Cubs?
Rumors abound this week, and we talk about a great many names to which the Cubs have been attached.
The Cubs have signed another pitcher, but still have to make a decision on third base. Also, how are we feeling about Ryan Dempster these days?
On this week’s episode, we talk about the future for Matt Garza and the Cubs, as well as the flurry of roster moves last evening.
Episode 4 of the Re-Named Podcast: The Marlins Implode, the Cubs Get Baker, and the Josh Hamilton Issue
The BN Podcast continues its tour through free agency, and, oh, sigh, the Marlins …
Hey, we’ve finally got a name, and we talk about baseball … among other things.
Discussing the relative merits of a couple free agent pitchers, among other things.
The next frontier in blogging … which was a new frontier a decade ago. But we’re there! Finally!