Apr
09

The RAB Radio Show – April 9, 2009 – Episode 22

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Finally, some real baseball to talk about. We’ve been waiting all winter to talk about actual baseball, and we got it with three games this week. It didn’t start off so hot, but the landslide victory today erased all the ill emotions wrought by the first two losses. Mike and I break down what we saw in the first series of the season.

An interesting question we touch on a couple of time: If Ransom continues to look this bad — and he could certainly rebound — do you place him on waivers when A-Rod comes back and stick with Pena? There’s certainly a case for it. Hopefully it doesn’t come to that and Ransom picks it up over the next few series.

Onto the podcast. It is available in a number of formats. You can download it here by right clicking on that link and selecting Save As. Load it onto your MP3 player and listen to it on the commute home. If you want to play it in your browser, just left click the link. You can also subscribe to the podcast feed, which will send it to you every Thursday. You can also subscribe in iTunes. Finally, we have the embedded audio player below.

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5 Comments»

  1. Manimal says:

    Nice show guys.

  2. B.George says:

    He defintley slaped that ass they got the video on the YES website

  3. Alexa- #1 Yankee fan says:

    I’m a recent viewer/poster.. First time listener to your podcast..Baseball and Yankee knowledge is incredibly impressive. thanks boys :)

  4. Double-J says:

    If Ransom continues to look this bad — and he could certainly rebound — do you place him on waivers when A-Rod comes back and stick with Pena?

    Yes, provided he keeps playing like he’s toting an extra pair of chromosomes. We know Ransom is a career minor leaguer for a reason; the hope is that he can play well enough (read: mildly horrible) to keep A-Rod’s spot warm until late April/early May. The organization is high on Pena, so I don’t see why they wouldn’t give him the shot.

    Again, this is all contingent on Ransom continuing to put forth suckitude, but we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it.

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