Effectively Wild Episode 1917: You Seem Upset

Meg Rowley returns from her trip to Seattle to banter with Ben Lindbergh about attending the 18-inning ALDS Game 3, the Mariners’ heartbreaking loss, the fans’ heartening response, and the franchise’s future, as well as overmatched postseason hitters, what scoreless extra-inning games could portend for the zombie runner, the outcomes of the other Division Series, why the NL’s upsets prompted playoff-format handwringing, the cognitive dissonance required to put stock in postseason success, the outlook for the ALCS and the NLCS, and much more, plus a Past Blast from 1917.

Audio intro: Dentist, “Upset Words
Audio outro: The Wombats, “I Don’t Know Why I Like You But I Do

Link to Meg’s dispatch from Game 3
Link to Davy Andrews on Game 3
Link to Raleigh injury news
Link to Jay Jaffe on the Dodgers
Link to Ben Clemens on NLDS managers
Link to Jake Mintz on Marsh’s hair
Link to Jay on ALDS Game 5
Link to Boone/Holmes comments
Link to Rosenthal on the playoff format
Link to study on playoff randomness
Link to Ginny Searle on the playoffs
Link to Rob Arthur on stratification
Link to Joe Posnanski on playoff Ks
Link to FG’s NLCS preview
Link to 1917 story source
Link to Shore’s SABR bio
Link to SABR on Shore’s perfect game
Link to Shore EW discussion
Link to Batting by F.C. Lane
Link to Jacob Pomrenke’s website
Link to Jacob Pomrenke on Twitter
Link to rigor mortis quote
Link to Schwarber homer
Link to Harper GIF
Link to Patreon/Discord instructions

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