SethSpeaks.net Weekly Minnesota Twins Podcast Tonight at 10

15 Nov

also available at www.SethSpeaks.net

Dan Wade, who wrote a tremendous article on PEDs for SI.com last week, will join me on tonight’s SethSpeaks.net Weekly Minnesota Twins podcast. The show will go live at 10:00 central time, but as you know, you can listen to it anytime afterward as well. Dan and I will discuss his PED article which garnered a lot of discussion among baseball writers all over the country.  I’d encourage everyone to check out his article before the show. We will also discuss some of the topics coming out of the Collective Bargaining Agreement discussions. What would the elimination of compensation picks mean for the Twins? Would the Astros joining the American League have any effect? What about new draft regulations? And, of course, we will discuss several Twins topics and the recent rumors on our favorite team. We’ll talk about Ryan Doumit, Ivan Rodriguez, Josh Willingham, as well as Michael Cuddyer, Jason Kubel, Matt Capps and much more. So tune in live at 10… or download the podcast later!

Feel free to comment or submit questions. The Chat room will open up about 15 minutes before the show and we’ll be sure to answer questions throughout the show.

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2 Responses to “SethSpeaks.net Weekly Minnesota Twins Podcast Tonight at 10”

  1. brent_mpls November 16, 2011 at 10:42 am #

    My reaction to Dan’s PED story is: this shouldn’t be a surprise. What he is still saying is that PED’s gave an edge. Was it a minor edge in many cases – sure. Was it always easily transferable to raw numbers like with Bonds, McGuire, Sosa? No. But it may have kept guys on the 25-man that otherwise would have slipt off, preventing others from getting a chance to shine. And the bottom line is there was still an advantage being gained, no matter how minor.

  2. Dave November 16, 2011 at 9:51 pm #

    Am I the only one who doesn’t know the real reason Plouffe passed on winter ball? Given the likelihood of overall significant roster changes, especially in the outfield, you would have thought he’d have jumped at the chance to polish his skills.

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