Effectively Wild Episode 1179: The Nate Colbert Report


Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about the Rays’ Carlos Gomez signing, the Padres’ improbable all-time home run leader, and the players’ portion of MLB revenue, then answer listener emails about running a team with the eye test or with stats, the effects of breaking the batting order, a serial rebuilding team, a pitcher fatigue indicator, team-based baby names, a flamethrowing knuckleballer, the value of leverage in transactions, the financial effects of expanding rosters, and an anti-tanking incentive clause, plus a Stat Blast/email answer on the best and worst extra-innings players.

Audio intro: Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers, "Lonely Financial Zone"
Audio outro: Parliament, "Wizard of Finance"

Link to franchise home-run leaders Sporcle quiz
Link to Ben’s baseball economics article

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