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The RAB Radio Show: January 21, 2011

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With everything pretty settled for the Yankees — we’ve talked enough about Andruw Jones at this point that it’s not worth revisiting — Mike and I take the show down a different path today. ESPN.com’s Jayson Stark wrote an article detailing the most underrated player by position. Mike and I don’t agree with a lot of them, so we run down our own lists.

Podcast run time 37:19

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2 Comments»

  1. mbonzo says:

    I honestly think the most underrated Yankees, besides Gardner, is Joba. Whenever I’m in a bar or watching a game with friends all I hear is about how bad Joba is. He’s starting to look like the new Farnsworth. Obviously, we know his potential, but I think the average Yankee fan hated him last year. Hes similar to JD Drew in Boston.

  2. mike says:

    Shin Soo Choo is probably the most underrated player to the causal baseball fan. He’s really turned it up in recent years and gets no credit.

    Kurt Suzuki is also underratted to the casual fan. Swisher was underrated in early 2010 but his All Star appearance and HR derby appearance gave him more exposure.

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