We’re re-launching the MLB Trade Rumors podcast, with the first episode due out on Wednesday morning. The weekly show will be hosted by myself, Simon Hampton, and feature analysis and insight from our writers at MLBTR, as well as guests from around the baseball industry. On the first episode I’ll be joined by MLBTR’s Anthony Franco.
We want to have our readers involved as much as possible, and so each week we’ll look to answer three reader-submitted questions. It’s a good chance to talk about the issues and topics in baseball that you want to hear about. We’ll aim to keep the podcast pretty hot stove centric, but feel free to ask away and Anthony and I will pick three questions to answer on this week’s podcast.
You can submit your questions by sending an email to email@example.com, we look forward to hearing from you!
Curly Was The Smart Stooge
Too many rules I can’t follow. always confused…
Love you MLBTR
Will better pay and living conditions for minor leaguers translate into happier and healthier (Top Ramen isn’t the best way to build muscle) players and a higher OPS across the board?
PB&J = gains
Nice softball sugar question.
More of a comment than a question. For reference, see the period at the end.
The Mets should bite the bullet and promote Baty.
My question will be whether baseball fans tend to like Ukrainian woman (if the ads are any indication).
I was considering getting one or 2…
Suggestion: Put video of the podcast on your YouTube channel. It’s been abandoned long enough. Myself along with 5000 other people still subscribe.
Title: Draft Changes that further level the playing field
Over the last 12 to 15 years, we’ve seen changes to the draft including pool money, inverse order scrambling to prevent the illusion of tanking, to fewer rounds to competitive balance lottery selections.. All of these changes have affected the ability of some clubs to regenerate their windows of contention.. while others don’t seem to be able to define select what a young prospect can be / will be as it relates to being a Major League..
What changes may be in the offing?.. Will a team like Tampa or Cleveland or or the Dodgers or St Louis look to push for trading of draft picks as they have figured it out.. & can teams like the CWSox and Yankees continue to buy/supply thier major league rosters with high priced free agents.. Discuss….
Since when have the White Sox bought/supplied their major league roster with high priced free agents? Unless you mean buying/supplying their AAA team with high priced minor league-level rejects.