On this week’s replacement-level podcast, we bring back the boys from Outfield Fly Rule and Doc Herbert from Call to the Pen to school us on the stacked pitching prospects the Braves have on the farm.
Farmer Ken talks about the importance of story in communicating to others. If you were born around 1992 or later, you might need to listen. A story is an account of real or imaginary people or events told for entertainment or educational purposes. It’s what we humans used to do before Twitter.
Josh and Ken talk about Camargo and the Braves’ new mascot, Blooper. Is Camargo bulking up? Could he be the power bat the Braves so desperately need? Was Blooper based on photos of Dayton from Nebraska? Or is the resemblance purely coincidental?
Josh also explains gold. Let’s get weird.
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