Feb
01

The RAB Radio Show: February 1, 2011

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Who would’ve thought that signing Freddy Garcia would spur endless conversation? The Yankees picked up the veteran right-hander on a minor league deal yesterday, but unless something catastrophic happens in camp he’ll break in with the team as the No. 4 or 5 starter. There are worse things. Mike and I dive into Garcia’s stuff.

Then we get into some Jesus Montero projections, and somehow it turns into our upbringings as Yankees fans. You can’t predict the RAB Radio Show. You just can’t.

Podcast run time 30:46

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4 Comments»

  1. mbonzo says:

    I hear a lot of Montero moving to DH if he fails at catcher. Why not move him to 3B or RF? He’s young enough to make a position change and he’s got a good arm. He could replace Arod when he’s moved to DH or Swisher when his contract is up. Even if he plays below average defense there, he’d be more valuable than a straight up DH. If he athletic enough to play 3B or RF?

  2. Mike Myers says:

    What is that noise that’s always going on? Listen around 13:10. It sounds like one if you is flicking a can right next to the mic.

    Big fan of the site, but its really hard to listen with that noise. I hear it in a lot of the cast and have to turn off.

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