The RAB Radio Show: February 23, 2011

Yanks made a hefty offer to Pavano
Crawford denies contact with the Yankees

Mike is out today, so we’re bringing in Dave Gershman of Beyond the Box Score to co-host the show. We’re talking Baseball America’s Top 100 list, which includes six Yankees. We’re talking them, plus some other AL East prospects, on the show.

Podcast run time 31:11

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Yanks made a hefty offer to Pavano
Crawford denies contact with the Yankees
  • Hmmm

    fastest speaker of all time?

  • http://www.twitter.com/tomzig Tom Zig

    Good job guys

    Lay off the coffee, Dave.

    • http://BeyondtheBoxScore Dave Gershman

      Haha. Thanks, and you got it.

  • mbonzo

    http://www.baseball-reference......rper002bry
    Check out those numbers. Best prospect ever.

    • http://www.twitter.com/tomzig Tom Zig

      hahah nice.

  • Nemesis

    Looks like Russell Martin isn’t starting on Saturday…

    • http://twitter.com/joero23 The Honorable Congressman Mondesi

      The human head weighs 8 lbs.

  • mike_h

    nice job Dave pinch hitting for Mike

    • http://BeyondtheBoxScore Dave Gershman

      Thanks, Mike.

  • Doug

    In their BA’s Q&A, Joe, they address your opening issue with the overall list being inconsistent with the team top 10s.

    Q: I know the team lists are done individually whereas the Top 100 is a compilation of all your lists but shouldn’t there be some sort of “truing up” exercise? You have 3 teams (NYM, BOS and HOU) whose #3 prospect made the list but not their #1. Its a product of the methodology, sure, but it seems goofy

    A: Not true at all about those No. 1s. The Mets (Mejia), Red Sox (Iglesias) and Astros (Lyles) all have their No. 1s on their list. We do the team lists well in advance of the Top 100, so occasionally you’ll see the prospect order on a team change on the Top 100. The team lists aren’t just the work of one person, but you are correct that in some cases we’ll defer to writer who has spent the most time compiling that list.

  • badadvice

    is this guy on speed ?