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Best Bret Sayre podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Bret Sayre podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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A Baseball Prospectus fantasy podcast dedicated to keeper and dynasty formats.
 
Mike Gianella and Jon Hegglund of Baseball Prospectus take a deep dive into current fantasy baseball topics.
 
A Mets-adjacent Baseball Prospectus podcast
 
Greg Wisniewski, Joshua Howsam and occasional guests from around the baseball World talk about everything you want to know about the Blue Jays and noteworthy developments in the game, with a little bit of added fun.
 
The official podcast of Baseball Prospectus' BP Bronx blog. This podcast is in no way affiliated with the New York Yankees.
 
Kendall Guillemette and Harry Pavlidis discuss advanced statistics, as well as looking for the stories and people behind the stats.
 
An analytical, scattered, and sometimes humorous look at the Chicago White Sox presented on a semi-regular basis.
 
DFA is a podcast presented by Baseball Prospectus. Join Bryan Grosnick, R.J. Anderson, and Shawn Brody as they cover all the transactions and moves you need to know, plus much more!
 
Your hosts Jeff Herr (@TheJeffReport) and Michael Engel (@michaelengel) present a podcast featuring analysis, opinion, and stories about Kansas City baseball: past, present, and future. Our focus is usually on the Royals, but we'll also discuss the Monarchs, the KC A's, and other teams in Kansas City's history.
 
An analytically minded podcast about the Milwaukee Brewers featuring writers from Baseball Prospectus and all across the internet.
 
Brought to you by some of the writers behind BP Wrigleyville, this Chicago Cubs podcast combines analytics with a fun, fresh approach to make sure you're up to date on all things Cubs.
 
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Every year Jeffrey thinks the drinking game can't be more of a shit show than last year, and every year he is proven wrong.By Bret Sayre
 
Our position episodes for 2020 roll on, this week tackling first base. Mike, Jon, and Samuel talk about an interesting field of players that features a lot of variance within the tiers themselves. Topics of note include: The future of Josh Bell, how to value someone like Luke Voit, and my goodness Eric Hosmer is still a thing isn't he? All that and…
 
Mark Barry returns with special guest and former TINO host Craig Goldsteinto dive into the dynasty goodness that you’ve come to expect. The guys talk about the recently wrapped BP Annual and Craig's new role with the book before diving into dynasty topics such as Craig's curiosity with Hector Yan, where Andrew Vaughn ranks relative to other prospec…
 
The Mets have a new manager, which is cause to chat with an old friend.By Bret Sayre
 
Mark Barry and J.P. Breen return to dive into the dynasty goodness that you've come to expect. The fellas can't avoid the elephant in the room and touch on Major League Baseball's budding integrity problem after the sign-stealing scandal with the Astros and others. J.P. then asks Mark to talk him off the Dinelson Lamet hype train, while Mark tries …
 
In Episode 202 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett check in on an ex-Stetson pitching coach, the Mets managerial search, and three separate team fan fest. We also answer some correspondence on a potential Pete Alonso's Sophomore slump and r/baseball rumors, and talk a loooooooooooot about wrestling and MMA.…
 
Greg and Josh discuss a crazy week in the World of MLB that happened to coincide with a rather quiet one in Toronto. They cover what the signing of Shun Yamaguchi means for the club in terms of potential future Japanese free agents, Yamaguchi's potential role with the club, what types of moves the Jays could still be looking to make this offseason,…
 
Position episodes are upon us! For the next several weeks Mike, Jon, and Samuel will bring you coverage of every position you need for the upcoming fantasy baseball season. The episodes are based around Mike's position tiers posted on the BP website, so follow along if you subscribe(you should!) or just let the three of us guide you. This week we t…
 
The Mets are going to need a new manager, and definitely had a good media strategy for handling this.By Bret Sayre
 
EJ, Rob and Mike discuss the sign stealing scandal and the penalties announced this week by Rob Manfred for the Houston Astros.By Bret Sayre
 
Mark Barry and J.P. Breen kick off 2020 with a crazy lawsuit from a former big-league prospect. They quickly move on to dynasty issues, though, trying to figure out how we should be valuing the J2 market in dynasty drafts. J.P. makes an argument about Eduardo Rodríguez and then somehow convinces himself of the exact opposite in the process. Finally…
 
It's the 200th episode of For All You Kids Out There, live at Mikkeller. In the first half of the show we are joined by Florida woman, Kate Feldman to chat about the wild boars of the Sunshine State, we also at one point just start reading off names from the 2013 draft, same as it ever was. In the second half, we remember some guys with David Roth,…
 
We're back! After an extended New Years absence Mike, Jon, and Samuel come back with the first show of the decade. This one is a bit of a primer for the upcoming season, with some macro topics discussed when it comes to team planning. Jon also leads the way for the first time, and he's coming off some sort of plague so that's fun too! Flags Fly For…
 
EJ and Rob discuss the state of the Yankee rotation following news on Domingo German's suspension. They then talk about the team's overhaul of their strength and conditioning department headlined by the hiring of Eric Cressey.By Bret Sayre
 
Mark Barry and J.P. Breen try to make some sense of what's been a wild baseball offseason thus far. Is Gavin Lux really available in trade deals, and is he the best young dynasty second baseman? How does Mark feel about the Kluber trade? The fellas also dish out some advice about potential fantasy trades and keeper conundrums. Email: tinopodcast@gm…
 
EJ and Paul discuss the best Yankee game, hit, and more of the 2010s. Note: The previous version of this episode was uploaded with an audio error.By Bret Sayre
 
In our last episode of the decade, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the Dellin Betances signing and Wrestle Kingdom 14.By Bret Sayre
 
Happy Holidays from Artificial Turf Wars! Greg, Josh and Nick break down a really busy week in Blue Jays land. They discuss the signing of Hyun-Jin Ryu and what he means to the club, how he changes the outlook of the rotation and what his signing signifies to the fan base. They also go over the signing of Travis Shaw and the role he'll play on the …
 
The holidays are a good time to meet up for a drink with an old friend and discuss what you missed on Rafael Montero. At least that's what we do around these parts.By Bret Sayre
 
On what's likely the final episode of 2019 Mike, Jon, and Samuel get together to discuss the latest round of movement in baseball as it pertains to fantasy baseball. There's a big discussion of Corey Kluber from about every aspect after his trade to the Rangers, as well as touching on the other moves made in baseball since the last time we joined y…
 
EJ and Paul discuss Brett Gardner's place in Yankee history, rumored Yankee interested in Josh Hader, Kyle Schwarber and Martin Maldanado.By Bret Sayre
 
In Episode 198 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the Yoenis Cespedes situation, grade every pitcher on the Mets 40-man, and then deal with the expected & than return of Brady to talk about Rick Porcello and pro wrestling.By Bret Sayre
 
Greg, Josh and Nick discuss the good and bad of the signing of Tanner Roark to a two-year, $24M deal including what would improve the outlook of the move and what would make it a waste. They also discuss the rule 5 draft and why the Jays didn't take anybody, what other known targets say about the Blue Jays' offseason strategy, and other teams targe…
 
The Winter Meetings sure did happen. We talk about new number five starters (sorry, number four starters), new Hall of Famers, new Rule 5 draft picks, and all the other movings and shakings.By Bret Sayre
 
EJ and Paul talk about the impact of the Stephen Strasburg signing on the Yankees pursuit of Gerrit Cole, Didi Gregorius heading to the Phillies, and the possible options for the new 26th roster spot.By Bret Sayre
 
Mark Barry and J.P. Breen return after the Thanksgiving holiday to debate the dynasty ramifications of recent MLB trades and free-agent signings. Is Omar Narváez now a top-five fantasy catcher for the 2020 season? What's the deal with Luis Urías and Trent Grisham, now that they figure to have greater playing time? Also, the fellas just can't quit a…
 
In Episode 196 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss new ownership, old ownership in the, uh, news, new Mets, Mets prospects, such as there are, and a few other odds and sods.By Bret Sayre
 
Oh this week's episode Mike, Jon, and Samuel discuss the fantasy impact of the recent trades, signings, and non tenders. Names that come up include Zack Wheeler, Cole Hamels, Jurickson Profar, and many others. Jen Mac Ramos GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/drunk-driver-casualties-helping-a-couple Flags Fly Forever is a Baseball Prospectus podca…
 
Shi Davidi (28:45) of Sportsnet stops by to discuss the Jays' apparent plans in free agency, some of the difficulties they've been facing and potential missteps, the confusing Matt Shoemaker situation, and what could happen if they miss out on Hyun-Jin Ryu and Dallas Keuchel. Greg and Josh also discuss the decisions made at the tender deadline - in…
 
EJ, Scott and Mike discuss the Zack Wheeler signing, rumors of Yankee meetings with Gerrit Cole and rumored trades involving Miguel Andujar, Blake Treinan and Tim Hill.By Bret Sayre
 
The Mets have a new owner and one fewer starting pitcher.By Bret Sayre
 
In Episode 195 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have such a dearth of content that they chat about Rutgers football and bring back a segment from 2016. It still goes two hours of course.By Bret Sayre
 
EJ and Derek discuss the Jacoby Ellsbury news, the various roster moves made by the Yankees in advance of the Rule V draft, and new Yankee minor league hitting coach Rachel Balkovec.By Bret Sayre
 
In Episode 194 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett take a brief, but still meandering sojourn through Rule 5 adds, Starling Marte trade rumors, Zack Wheeler's free agency, and the Mets bench coach gig.By Bret Sayre
 
Mark Barry and J.P. Breen bring you one more episode before the holiday break. They discuss a few hypothetical trades, courtesy of the Hot Stove and the baseball media, including a deal that would ship Mookie Betts out West. The fellas break down the dynasty implications of the Yasmani Grandal deal, and they help a listener with his keeper conundru…
 
Former Vancouver Canadians general manager Jason Takefman stops by (21;10) to discuss the relationship between the parent club and its minor league affiliates, the development of local fanbases and what he thinks of the reported minor league contraction. Greg and Josh also discuss the additions of Thomas Hatch and Santiago Espinal to the 40-man ros…
 
E.J. and Tamar talk about potential Miguel Andujar trades. They then discuss (at length) the Yankee farm system.By Bret Sayre
 
In Episode 193 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett chat about the Astros sign stealing and the Mets offseason "plans." There's also an impromptu discussion of the 2017 Mets draft class (blame Jarrett) and a way too long Rule 5/40-man discussion (blame Jeffrey). In the third half of the show, we officially announce our Hot Stove meet …
 
With the off-season in full swing and the content creek down to a small trickle, Mike Gianella and Jon Hegglund go through drafting the top free agents on the market by fantasy relevance. They also give them new teams for an added twist! Flags Fly Forever is a Baseball Prospectus podcast. For more fantasy baseball information, visit baseballprospec…
 
Mark and J.P. continue to get excited for the hot stove season. The fellas try to determine where Anthony Rendon might end up, what to think about high-risk guys like Giancarlo Stanton and Nate Pearson, and what Scott Kingery might bring in 2020. Listeners also ask about our favorite set-ups for dynasty leagues, as well as what in the ever-living c…
 
EJ and Rob talk about the changes to the Yankee coaching staff, Aaron Boone's 2nd place finish for Manager of the Year, and the Yankee hitters. Who will be in the opening day lineup? Will they add a free agent hitter?By Bret Sayre
 
In Episode 192 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett debate Yordan versus Big Pete, Jeremy Hefner versus Chris Fetter, and apathy versus cynicism when it comes to the Mets offseason. In the third half of the show we answer your correspondence and debrief on Full Gear.By Bret Sayre
 
Greg and Josh discuss the acquisition of Chase Anderson including why the Jays might have wanted him and what they might look to do with him going forward. They also talk about the departures of Ryan Tepera and Devon Travis, Mark Shapiro's comments to the Toronto media about Gerrit Cole and free agency, Dalton Pompey and others reaching minor leagu…
 
Mark Barry and J.P. Breen return to bring dynasty content to the masses. The fellas briefly touch on the top end of the free-agent market, trying to determine where Cole and Strasburg might land. They discuss some very talented, but very injured pitchers, and debate whether it's time to finally give up on Jahmai Jones. Listener questions feature pr…
 
EJ, Paul and Mike discuss potential free agent signings of Gerrit Cole, Stephen Strasburg, Madison Baumgarner, Zack Wheeler, and others.By Bret Sayre
 
In Episode 191 of For All You Kids Out There, it is the expected & than return of David Roth, now of, let's say twitter dot com. So of course it is also the expected & than return of Wade LeBlanc's Brooks Baseball page, and oh yeah, one other significant expected & than return. In the third half of the show we answer your correspondence and chat a …
 
Mark Barry and J.P. Breen kick off the part of the season in which dynasty baseball really shines: the offseason. The fellas try and figure out which team Mark should adopt, if Cleveland trades Francisco Lindor for some unknown reason. They talk about some Yankees minor leaguers, what you should do about Adalberto Mondesí, and whether Wil Myers has…
 
Jon came up with the fancy French word in our title. It basically means a lazy river of content, which is what this week is. Mike, Jon, and Samuel come into the show with no plan, so they let the show takes them where it takes them. Topics that showed up include but are not limited to: -Sneaking into women's soccer games -The death of Deadspin and …
 
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