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The Baseball Show: Ringing in the New Year

On Thursday night The Baseball Show was back with its first episode of the New Year.  As usual, I was joined by Clint from DiamondHoggers.com and TomahawkTake.com, and MJ Lloyd from OffBasePercentage.com and HaloHangout.com. I know, it’s getting to be a lot of websites, right? Anyway, we had a blast talking baseball and touched on a slew of different topics.  We will now be recording the podcast every Thursday night, so if you’re free, please feel free to join us.  If not, don’t worry; we’ll have the entire show available on all of our sites the following day.

Here are some of the topics we discussed on Thursday’s show:

-       MJ is the new editor for HaloHangout.com, so he describes why he’s an Angels fan.

-       Why are the Braves so willing to ship Prado? How much are they expecting for Jair Jurrjens, and is he really healthy?

-       Where will Prince Fielder land? Nationals, Mariners or a mystery team?

-       Why does Ryan Zimmerman fly under the radar? Can the Nationals sign Prince Fielder and ultimately re-sign him?

-       What is Kenny Williams doing? Are the White Sox rebuilding or contending? Mike shares his frustrations…

-       The Marlins are officially a team full of nut jobs.  Will all of their personalities mesh or are we in store for utter mayhem?

-       What prospects are we looking to see in 2012? Obviously Matt Moore and Bryce Harper, but who else? Speaking of Harper, it’s always fun to speculate on whether he can break camp with the Nationals.

-       Most importantly, be sure to tune back in next week as we debut a new series, “Ask MJ” where we will spend 10-20 minutes asking MJ whatever question we want.  We welcome any questions from our readers and listeners as well. The more ridiculous, the better.  I personally can’t wait.

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