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The RAB Radio Show: December 16, 2010

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Relief pitching is the theme of the day. We talked about it in the morning, when Mike wrote about Pedro Feliciano and I wrote about Rafael Soriano, Bobby Jenks, and David Aardsma. There are options available, and while Jenks is off the board everyone else is still around. We talk a bit more in depth about the reliever market and what fits the Yanks’ needs the best.

Listen in, too, for our digression into the draft. I can’t quite remember how we got there, but there’s plenty towards the end about incentivizing kids to play baseball professionally. I

Podcast run time 40:18

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13 Comments»

  1. Ari G says:

    Red sox officially have higher payroll than the yankees who would have thunk it?

  2. Plank says:

    There was no audio for the last few minutes of the podcast. Was it my computer or did that happen for everyone?

  3. Jorge says:

    Just grabbed my first podcast now and am listening. Great job, guys.

  4. Cy Pettitte says:

    Cubs signed Kerry for 1yr/1.5m

    Cash couldn’t beat that? damn, this offseason is making me angry

  5. rconn23 says:

    Wow. Did not expect to see that about Wood. I thought he might get $6 or $7 million,

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