Episodios del podcast
Episode 10: The All-Time Fantasy Draft Rounds 16-21
Vik, Jacob and Murphy finalize their pitching staffs and benches. Vik finally picks up the two batting legends that have been dangling for his team all draft, Jacob splits some hairs between all-timers and Murphy continues to make decisions that leave the two hosts scratching their heads.
Episode 10: The All-Time Fantasy Draft Rounds 11-15
Episode 10: The All-Time Fantasy Draft Rounds 6-10
Rounds 6-10 of the ultimate MLB Wine Cellar Draft featuring Alex Murphy continues as Murph builds a strange rotation and Vik and Jacob almost draft in lockstep in terms of eras. As a refresher: each drafter can only take one player from a given franchise and they need at least one player from every decade.
Episode 10: The All-Time MLB Fantasy Draft Rounds 1-5
Vik and Jacob celebrate reaching their tenth episode with a special program. Alongside guest Alex Murphy, our heroes conduct a Wine Cellar Draft spanning the entirety of MLB's modern era. "Wine Cellar" is a Bill Simmons concept wherein you pick "vintages" of a player, such as 2012 Miguel Cabrera or 1966 Frank Robinson, as opposed to drafting a player's entire career. Each GM can only select one player from a franchise and they must select at least one player from every decade. The eventual rosters will consist of 5 starting pitchers, 3 relievers, 8 starting fielders, 1 DH, and 3 bench batters. Who will craft the perfect team?
Episode 9: What We Take From What We've Lost (FULL)
Get ready for laments and requiems. Featuring "Live From The Lounge" host Gary Lightman, Vik and Jacob get together for a round of reminiscing. First, Vik waxes poetic about a baseball uniform style that has recently gone out of vogue, despite it's close ties to some of the sport's greatest moments (2:45). Then Gary remembers one of his favorite Philadelphia Phillies from 50 years ago, who should by nearly every measure be in the Hall of Fame already (30:11). Finally, after what's been a tough week for Minor League Baseball, Jacob offers a requiem for not only what the organization once was, but also the career of the man who embodied its mythic past and utilitarian future (56:32).