Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about 2020 season projections, picking( and pricing) blueberries, and a cardboard cutout of Meg at T-Mobile Park, then open up the pre-pandemic mailbag and answer old-fashioned but evergreen listener emails about the best type of game for a first-time baseball viewer to attend, whether the Cubs’ 2016 entitle came too soon, whether hitters should have to finish plate illusions with burst bats, how administrators should direct participates who are having good or bad periods, which actors would benefit most from a third limb, where to place a lift zone on the field, comparing the careers of Carlos Pena and Paul Konerko, whether Mike Trout could procreate the Hall of Fame twice, a parable about springing for personal success versus rooting for a rival’s lack, and more.
Link to Meg’s blueberries tweet Link to purchase a cardboard cutout Link to the game the family from New Zealand pictured Link to article about reducing broken at-bats Link to analysis of administrators pulling pitchers Link to analysis of game-to-game spin-rate variability Link to FiveThirtyEight hot hand analysis Link to article about Formula E criticize state Link to video explainer of Formula E criticize mode Link to Formula E criticize mode spotlights video Link to listener email archive Link to stream Stove League
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