Podcast: Bartolo Colon’s Comeback Fuel
Doc Medich once saved someone’s life.
This week on RotoRob’s Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast, heard every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio, the panel had some issues with heat, roasted nuts, dropped Skype calls, and cake emergencies. Through it all, we persevered and compiled yet another show for the ages, discussing myriad Fantasy baseball related stories, such as:
- RotoRob’s rant about stats starting over when players switch leagues — an archaic process since interleague play was launched.
- Jim Joyce’s redemption after blowing Armando Galarraga’s perfect game a few years ago.
- Another trip down Buck’s memory lane, this time reminiscing about umpires of days gone by.
- Tim’s assertion that financial temptations will continue to steer players down the PED path.
- The Rays’ great pitching of late and whether that will be enough to drive them past the Yankees in the AL East.
- Peter Bourjos’ disappearing act this season and what his future in Anaheim might hold.
- Johan Santana’s season-ending injury and how the no-hitter may have destroyed him.
- If Texas clinches, look for key players to be rested.
- Justin Upton’s hamstring woes and his majorly disappointing 2012 season in general.
- Stephen Drew’s trade to Oakland and his lack of stolen base prowess.
- Rogers Clemens’ comeback attempts and whether there is anything here to actually see.
- Carl Crawford’s season-ending operation and what we can expect from him in 2013.
- Whether Dee Gordon should be dropped in a keeper league or not.
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