Effectively Wild Episode 1464: The New Hot Stove Survey

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Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller banter anew about José Abreu’s perplexing RBI total, then predict and discuss the answers in the sequel to “the Crasnicks,” a survey of front-office executives on hot-button offseason questions conducted by ESPN’s Jesse Rogers. Along the way, they touch on the four-player Padres-Brewers trade involving Luis Urías and Trent Grisham, the Orioles placing Jonathan Villar on outright waivers, the definition of a “splash,” and more, plus post-discussion banter on the baseball as an object to hold in one’s hand and Ichiro Suzuki as a post-retirement two-way player, and a remembrance of the late Seymour Siwoff.

Audio intro: Courtney Barnett, "Anonymous Club"
Audio outro: Sleater-Kinney, "Anonymous"

Link to Rogers survey
Link to last Crasnick hot stove survey
Link to Sam’s first analysis of Crasnick survey responses
Link to Sam’s second analysis of Crasnick survey responses
Link to FanGraphs breakdown of Padres-Brewers trade
Link to Ichiro story
Link to The Numbers Game
Link to Siwoff obituary
Link to order The MVP Machine

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