FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes Mostly All Baseball

Episode 297
FanGraphs managing editor Dave Cameron analyzes all, or close to all, baseball. Keywords: bias, human; Weaver, Earl; airport car rental, the horrors of.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 42 min play time.)

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42 minutes instead of a full hour? Hopefully that’s an indication that the intro was kept to a reasonable length today.

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Today on FanGraphs Audio, our guest is Dave Cameron, the managing editor of the aforesaid website, FanGraphs, to which you, the hypothetical listener, may be accustomed to visiting for the sort of crack baseball analysis which you expect from, uh, from this website, and which you will indeed find on today’s edition of FanGraphs Audio, the guest of which, as I already said, is Dave Cameron. In this installment Dave Cameron analyzes, if not all baseball, at least mostly all baseball, or rather, that amount of baseball which we find is humanly possible to analyze in the span of roughly 43 minutes, or 42 minutes, or perhaps 42 and a half minutes. Topics to be discuss include the following, presented in alphabetical order and indeed also presented in rhyming couplets…